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Sdustin

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  1. As long as mossberg puts it in a deserving weapon not the 930
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    Kudos to Gerber

    Because its cheap Chinese steel. Really cheap. Cause 8cr13mov is actually decent steel.
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    Kudos to Gerber

    I almost bought a Gerber knife the other day. The ghostrike, I really like it. Want crazy about the steel, 420HC I mean come on. But I saw it at the local box sports store. Hung under a 25 dollar price tag. I figured for that price I'd try it out. Got to the register and it was 59 bucks. For so,so steel I said no thanks. Several years ago I had a us made Gerber knife. It was a good piece of steel. Lost it though. Kershaw is another company that will really take care if there customer. I have basically the same story with Kershaw. SOG on the other hand, I have a pentagon elite the clip broke I've messaged them 4 times trying to buy a new clip I get nothing. One email to Kershaw and literally 3 days later I had an entire rebuild kit for my knife.
  4. Very well said. I hope Mossberg really doesn't just slap your mag in a 930 though. If they have any sense they will be looking to do something bigger, and more deserving of your mags. I see a folding stock, pistol grip, make two visions. One is an 18 inch shotgun the other make a really short "firearm" with folding arm brace. They have a huge opportunity here and should spend the time and money on designing and bringing a totally new firearm to market. Mike if you have any pull at all with Mossberg please in part this on them.
  5. They used it on a pump!?!? Is it possible they tried it on the 930 and the magazine couldn't keep up. But with a pump you don't have to have your magazine present the Shell as fast.
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    Fixed tubular stock

    So are there any options to easily change the new fixed skeleton stocks? I don't mind a fixed stock but I don't like the idea of looking like a folder that doesn't fold. Also I see in some other threads some people have said that some more of the folding stock that's welded open will be coming in soon. Is that a pipe dream to wait and buy one of the ones with a folding mechanism. Also is there any vepr12 in stock anyplace with a regular ak fixed stock.
  7. Had anyone made one of the non nfa shotguns? Shockwave tech has what they call a raptor out to shorten the barrel and mag tube on a Mossberg or maverick 12 ga. Along with their pistol grip you can make your own non nfa shotgun with a 14" barrel. http://shockwavetechnologies.com/site/?page_id=2990
  8. But all those hoops to save what 5 inches? The beauty of this thing is no extra paper work.
  9. Had an insurance job. My roof replaced. About 9 guys showed up and had my old roof ripped off wood replaced as needed new roof on and everything cleaned up in about 6 hours. And I got a 3500 square foot home. Those guys knew what they were doing.
  10. Have you seen the brakes that have the cover over them that supposedly send the blast forward? And is a silencer out of the question. Cause it'll do everything you need.
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    AR build

    Ever seen a barrel headspace​ wrong on in spec ar15 parts? Doubt it. Most people just want a decent rifle not a nra high-power comp gun. Building an ar15 is super easy and can be done with some wood blocks a vise and barrel wrench hammer and some punches.
  12. Nearly 500hp. Will be an awesome family car.
  13. I really want a 2016 with a v8. Maybe in about 5 or 6 years ill be able to afford a good used one.
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    Questions on barrel size and threading 308-223

    lol Well push comes to shove, remove barrel pin, pull barrel, insert it into a lathe, dial in concentricity, mark proper length, insert threading tool, select proper settings (Speeds and feeds baby.), turn it. Check threads with thread gauge, remove from lathe, repress barrel, insert barrel pin. There is always a way when you have enough material. But most just wanna use a die. It's understandable. Don't forget your Tap Magic and to make sure your threads are concentric to the center of the bore before you start tapping. My wife's uncle is a machinist. He was able to Chuck my whole rifle in his lathe and thread it. He does have a very large lathe though. And experience doing unusual work. Sounds like he has something with about a 3" or larger spindle bore. I hope to have a machine with a spindle bore that large someday. It would greatly simplify a lot of the odd barrel threading that I get. It's big. Last time I was over there he had a 450pound piece he had machined. It started at 700 pounds. I was pretty amazed. He had to use an engine hoist to set the stock in the lathe
  15. This is spot on. Unless the gun has replica written on the side, and not 50AE. If you get the reference we can be friends.
  16. I remember when we would welcome new members with a nice semi nude pic of a fat lady......the good ol days. Lol
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    Magwell Help

    Ask and receive
  18. You can get an lcr in 9mm. Most really small 9mms are going to be pretty snappy. I suggest revolvers most of the time.I equate revolvers to automatic cars, and automatic handguns to a 5speed, to drive a 5 speed you have to be into it. You have to want to drive the thing. Anyone can drive a simple automatic car. They are simple and easy. A revolver is simple and easy. You know if it's loaded easily you don't have to "drive" the gun if it has a malfunction just pull the trigger again. And for women they can fire from a purse or in a struggle with a bad guy. Chances are women are typically attacked because it's a sex crime or kidnapping. In that situation a revolver will fire if grabbed by the attacker. And keep firing.
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    Magwell Help

    No help on yoyr question. But have you tried the csspec mags? They rock and lock. But for a s12 there the best you can get. And they are steel.
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    Questions on barrel size and threading 308-223

    lol Well push comes to shove, remove barrel pin, pull barrel, insert it into a lathe, dial in concentricity, mark proper length, insert threading tool, select proper settings (Speeds and feeds baby.), turn it. Check threads with thread gauge, remove from lathe, repress barrel, insert barrel pin. There is always a way when you have enough material. But most just wanna use a die. It's understandable. Don't forget your Tap Magic and to make sure your threads are concentric to the center of the bore before you start tapping. My wife's uncle is a machinist. He was able to Chuck my whole rifle in his lathe and thread it. He does have a very large lathe though. And experience doing unusual work.
  21. I agree with a lot of this. And while I like the smith guns a lot better, I think the LCR/LCX is a more practical appliance. The plastics make it lighter and more comfortable to carry, and I found it very easy to shoot well with, which I can't really say for a J-frame. J-frames are good, but for me at least, they require a little more concentration than the average handgun. YMMV. Your spot on. But my lcr in 357 is 2oz heavier than my Smith tee with wood grips.
  22. I've gotten used to iwb appendix carry. Its not the the best for speed of presention but great for hiding the gun. That plus when im in public with a gun on my side I'm always worried about who is standing next to me. With appendix im basically hovering over the gun.
  23. Most gun shops I go to would be totally cool with you trying on a gun and holster combo. As long as they made a sell. It would be a dick move to window shop in that manner. But from my experience it's easy to shoot or easy to carry. Pick one. Although the small guns tendencies to be hard to shoot well can almost always be over come. I actually shoot smaller groups with my lcr shooting 357 than 38. I don't know why that is. Maybe a concerted effort in terms of grip, sight alignment, and trigger pull since I know it's going to kick like a mule on meth. And as far as carry gun I hands down recommend a small 38 or 357 if you don't mind the little bit of extra weight. they carry great in almost any method andwith training you can shoot them very well. Also they don't jam. Check out the smith and wesson 642 or 442 pro. they come cut for moonclips and with no lock and case hardened internals not the MIM parts of the production guns. The trigger is very good on these guns. I have both. And i prefer the Smith trigger over the LCR that everyone seems to think is the be all end all of snubnose triggers. I just couldn't justify the 800 bucks for the Smith airweight 357 and I really like the fact the lcr can fire 357 only weighs 5 oz more than the Smith340 and costs half as much.
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    Lone Star Arms Vepr 12s

    Very sexy. Could use a different buttstovk in my opinion but. Nice looking shottie
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