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BUFF_dragon

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About BUFF_dragon

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  • Birthday 07/10/1981

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    Cynthiana/Sadieville, KY
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    Vehicles and Guns.... whats not to love........
  1. oh shit!!! talk about havin some serious gas problems.....
  2. first time I heard about them was from a friend who told me about this 'weird mag=fed shotgun' so I started researching and found the Saiga family of shotguns. I went to some shows and shops but couldn't find one. Finally I talked to the counter-guys at one of the shops and they told me that they could order me one. after that, it was all downhill....
  3. Red Star Arms fully adjustable trigger you may have to modify your safety selector to clear it and work correctly, but its TOTALLY worth it.... I LOVE mine I have mine adjusted so that I have a super light takeup and hard, crisp break with no overtravel
  4. Nope, you can move the trigger group without cutting the tang, the only reason you have to cut the tang is to install certain stocks, you cut the tang, weld on a backplate and mount the stock that way. With other stocks you simply unbolt your factory stock, slide it out, slide in the new stock and screw it in solid.... piece of CAKE
  5. You dont have to cut the tang to do a folding stock conversion. Just look at Carolina Shooter Supply, he's got stocks that'll bolt right on no cutting required....
  6. you're worried about close quarters and you're workin with a 21" barrel??????? I'm sorry but you are contradicting yourself all over the place on this one.... anyway, to your questions. All you need to get is a 'trigger set' which will come with hammer and trigger, Red Star Arms makes a really good adjustable one, but you'll have to grind the side of the hammer to get the BHO to fit, as you will with the Tapco trigger, Tromix and Dinzag both have pre-ground ones that work well also (I have a Tromix in my shotgun)- The tromix kit also comes with a 'shepards crook' to lock the pins back in, I have used e-clips, and also cotter pins.... all methods work so far, haven't had any issues with any of them, the e-clips are easiest to get on and off though. square nut to drop through the receiver to attach the pistol grip
  7. I didn't even need a file on my 223, the square nut dropped right in a hole that was already in the receiver..... it took me longer to get the factory stock off than to get the rifle converted.
  8. personally, I wont have one of those things on any of my guns. They all feel flimsy and half-assed to me. Why is it that you are afraid of the conversion? If you are in or feel like making a trip to Central KY I will help you do the conversion if you bring the parts... its not hard and will take us 1 afternoon. it is nothing to be scared of, and really changes the way the rifle feels in the hand, the weight distribution is just TONS better.
  9. since WFO2 stole mine... I'll have to go for 2011 the next generation of the 1911
  10. the one that I have found best is on Carolina Shooter Supply..... great videos
  11. I prefer bore snakes to rods, the only time that I use a rod is when I have a blemish in the bore which is VERY VERY rare. Just get a rod for a 22LR if you prefer rods, if you try a bore snake, I think you'll fall in love
  12. I think the only reason that they say you slap the trigger on a shotgun if because they have gotten used to a sloppy trigger that you do that to on the shotgun....
  13. ok, here ya go, do you want the gun to be a longer-distance super-accurate shooter? typically you want this only with rifle calibers or slug guns.... if you want the gun to be a 'quick to target and shoot' then the RSA is overkill.... that's what I'm hearing from most people.
  14. I found it simple enough to adjust the trigger pull before putting the safety on.... adjusted the trigger by dry-firing... when it went together it was GREAT, haven't even noticed if I can or can't adjust the screws once I got it all together
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