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  1. Rio is dirty and you get what you pay for. Federal is better, but I only run AAs now.
  2. Uh link wrong video? No Death Star. Pretty close to a DQ on the top video.
  3. We have different definitions of safety. But I agree with the rest. It is very helpful while on the clock.
  4. I just bought three more cases of these AA's. They have always run well for my comped XN. http://m.academy.com/shop/pdp/winchester-aa-target-load-12-gauge-shotshells/pid-1002140?deviceType=true
  5. In what "everyday use" would an MKA be practical outside of competition? I don't consider it an "everyday" gun. Don't get me wrong, I love my MKA. But I don't really see it as a personal defense weapon or typical hunting SG. Drums are awesome. Extended mags are awesome. MKAs are awesome. They all have pros and cons. I just don't understand your point.
  6. That question would start another flame war. Let's not go there.
  7. A new fore end would be on the top of my list. I love my lvl 10 from Tooth and Nail.
  8. Do they run out of the box or is there a similar break in period?
  9. These are the AA's I use, but mine has been well broken in for quite a while. You'll likely want something heavier for break in. http://www.midwayusa.com/product/199249/winchester-aa-light-target-ammunition-12-gauge-2-3-4-1-1-8-oz-7-1-2-shot
  10. That's pretty cool! Here I thought 3gun was primarily a U.S sport. Guess I need to get out more often.
  11. Jim you are such a hypocrite. Your own disassembly instructions say to use a brute force method. http://www.centerfiresystems.com/pdfs/MKA_Handguard_Instructions.pdf Disassembly: Remove upper receiver from lower receiver and disassemble upper completely removing bolt carrier assembly. Remove spring guide rod by unscrewing it from the receiver... turning counter-clockwise. This may be accomplished by using a vise to hold the rod then turning the receiver by hand. Some MKA 1919’s may have LoctiteTM in these threads and may require you to use a lever such as a large wrench passed throu
  12. That's an option too and people do that. The problem is, it's not making a dent in the population.
  13. I would love to heli-hog slaughter. They desperately need to be thinned out. Why not have some fun at the same time. It's the closest I'd ever come to being an AC-130 gunner.
  14. Careful. You wouldn't want to fall off of that high horse.
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