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    S 12 ready conditions

    Good idea. Same thing I do with my Atlantic Firearms Trench 12 "firearm". Only I load 8 shells into the Csspecs 10 rd steel box mag with a aluminum snap cap on top. Safety is off. I only have to quickly rack the shotgun. Ir would be a hoot to get some brass 3 inch empty cases and have fun working up a max load number 4 or number 1 buckshot load. Reduced velocity. More pellets. The barrel is 12 inches long. Should spread very fast.
  2. I was just one hour post op from major lower back surgery just transfered from recovery to my private room 3 miles from a B52 capable regional airport with a long thick runway when a nurse or somebody was crying and screaming in the hallway. Medford Oregon. Providence Hospital. Third floor. North side. Big window. My RN who was super good and very cute asked her what was wrong and the person in the hall screamed that "They just NUKED the Pentagon!!" . Lots of running in the hallways. Loud scared voices. I was very stoned via a Morphine pump. Ah shit! Talk about being in exactly the wrong physical condition and the worse possible location. They just finished fusing THREE back disks. I had a broken back for years and didn't know it. Yeah I am tough. Anyhow, through my morphine fuzz, (great stuff) I understood that if it was WW3 there was nothing I could have done about it. I was totally and completely fucked. My RN told me days later that the floor was supposed to have 12 RN nurses. Primary care med surg floor. NINE RN nurses abandoned their patients. The floor was down to only three. Several hours later when things settled down the nurses and other staff returned to the hospital and their jobs. Nobody was fired. Seems most the hospital staff ran for the hills. Interesting for several hours let me tell you. I was resigned to a quick horrible death. Big surface H bomb burst on the runway. Medford Oregon remains a B52 dispersal base in time of emergency. Long post. Sorry. I do not hit this forum that frequently nowadays. My bad.
  3. Got a Trench 12 "firearm" from Atlantic Firearms. Then bought four, (4) 10 rd steel box mags from Csspecs sight unseen. All four fit perfectly. Tight. No wobble. No fitting necessary. Function perfectly. I am jazzed. Now learning how to load a full 10 rounds on a closed bolt. Fun. Thank you Csspecs. :)
  4. Sometimes an old man just carries a nice well used USMC K-Bar utility knife. Left hand shief. (sp) Oregon knife carrying laws are very tricky. Sometimes speelll chzk ist ein hoot. :)
  5. I have Fifteen, (15) Ruger BX-25 mags and all fifteen, (15) run 100% from start to finish. For the usual summer dinky various garden monsters I prefer to use the German GSG 110 round rotary drum. One hundred percent function with Aquila SSS 60 grain solid lead sub sonic rounds slightly hollow pointed with the usual hollowing pointing tool. Shoot 50 rds then rewind up the spring. Shoot 50. Check you chamber to see if you have any extractor chamber peening. My short barrel folding stock suppressed Ruger 10-22 does not like to be dry fired. Green Mountain Bentz 8" HB SS 1x9 twist threaded barrel. Elite Iron Echo Two 6 Inch can. The usual Vorquartson insides. Stock recoil spring. Do you have a bunch of plastic dummy rounds you can cycle and snap through the action? Good luck. All Oregon State Laws, US Code Laws, NFA Laws And BATFE Rules And Regulations Apply. Your State Gun Laws May Vary Greatly.
  6. I think this time it would be a fun somewhat easy very non expensive project. Perhaps something to get the grand kids interested in. But they all went home. Too much wild fire smoke here. A 15 round double stack on a Saiga would be cool. On my Trench 12 firearm better. Have held both shotgun and magazine and discussed with our gun shop owner. Mossberg mag. Saiga lower. Many differences but that is not to be said it could not be done. Consider it something to save mankind from the Zombies and you are bound to succeed. Yep ... like already said, what would be easier and better? A double stack 15 on a Saiga or Trench 12 or just find some good 20 rd drums that always work.
  7. Don't go too small. Have you considered an older used but good baby farm tractor? Perhaps with just some towed gang pulled reel mowers? Lots of times in farm country the older smaller equipment becomes available cheap. Why take all day when it can be mowed in just one hour?
  8. It appears the California State Supreme Court has thrown out the petition. So much for due process.
  9. Put on a threaded 18 inch bull barrel twisted for heavy bullets. Run a very nice can. Put a nicer thermal scope on it. Do not forget the BAR box mag option. Make a super pig shooter. Just me. www.eliteiron.com All Oregon State Laws, US Code Laws, NFA Laws and BATFE rules, regulations and whims apply. Can site will not link. Dunno why.
  10. HB of CJ

    Need Side Rail for Tromix S17 to Mount RDS

    Good to hear no shimming. Bad to hear the optic died. What to hear about your shoulder? Ouch!
  11. A dog and pony show designed to take attention and effort away from the important stuff. Classic Commie tactic. Hopefully it will fail.
  12. What if it passes? Then what? Courts or Congress?
  13. Maybe Kennedy told the hold bitty if I go, you go too. One can hope.
  14. This has the potential to be huge. If President Trump can actually nominate and get into the Supreme Court a very conservative pro gun Justice that will defend all our Constitutional rights we might, just might, start to turn around the Nation. Today the Court released lots of good rulings. In Oregon a very very nasty initiative petition was thrown out by a very liberal State Court. Vague and misleading language in the title wording. So far today, 27 June, 2018 has been a very good day.
  15. I wonder where that sky shot round ended up! You got good color and value there!
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