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About JonWienke

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  1. .338 Lapua seems a bit overkill for prairie dogs...
  2. I've standardized on .300BLK. I's a lot easier to get it to run reliably in an AR platform, wally world and other big-box stores are carrying it now, it works great in short-barreled guns with minimal energy loss, and fired from a 16" barrel, the supersonics aren't much louder than a.22LR--you can fire supersonics unsuppressed without making your ears ring, although I wouldn't call doing so "hearing safe". You almost don't even need a can. It's highly effective on deer, pigs, and thugs out to 200+ yards from a SBR, pistol, or rifle. And suppressed it can be as stupid quiet as a .22 with subson
  3. You must not be very old to not remember liberating Kuwait from Saddam Hussein's invasion...
  4. It's far easier to find subsonic .300 Blackout than subsonic 7.62x39.
  5. And a lot of them grow up to be keyboard commandos.
  6. Sights make a huge difference if you ever shoot slugs. And they make it much easier to actually center a shot pattern on the target.
  7. You're not very bright, asking that question on a gun board. How about the guy who owns a firearm with a barrel 0.1" shorter than some arbitrary number, who gets sentenced to a lengthy term in prison even though he never used it to commit a crime or acted irresponsibly with it. Who is the "victim" if someone merely owns a firearm that fails to meet certain arbitrarily-defined unconstitutional criteria?
  8. The 80% polymer lowers I've been using (EP Armory) are thicker in that area than a milspec forged aluminum lower, except for 12:00 where the charging handle has to clear. Were the failures you reference pistol builds with naked buffer tubes, or were they SBR/rifle builds with shoulder stocks? I would think shouldering a stock would transfer some of the impact shock from the buffer tube threads to the shoulder of the shooter.
  9. I disagree. Polymer handles shock better than aluminum. Aluminum will dent and crack under an impact that will only deform polymer momentarily, then spring back to its original shape. Also, if there is concern about the hammer pin holes opening, KNS pins offer additional support and wear prevention, especially if you loctite the hammer pin to the receiver and pin supports.
  10. Evolution IS a religious debate--an attempt to use misuse science to explain past events that cannot be observed by present-day humans. For example, evolution offers no coherent or plausible explanation for the origin of life. If you read the literature, there are endless theories on how life began, but they change constantly as we gain greater understanding of how life actually works. Until someone can synthesize a colony of viable living organisms from inorganic materials in a lab, even a simple bacteria, it's all speculation and fairy tales, not actual science. Real science is observable an
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