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    63728 63729 63730 Former Phoenix SAU...

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    Former Phoenix SAU shotguns originally built by Vang Comp. Returned to Vang for:

    - Refinish (burnt bronze cerakote)
    - Armorer work
    - Updated ejector
    - NP3 coating on...
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    That person doesn't understand how semi-automatic...

    That person doesn't understand how semi-automatic pistols work.
  3. I can tell you that I've put just north of 20,000...

    I can tell you that I've put just north of 20,000 rounds downrange through Gen5 G17 pistols with Apex triggers and trigger bars in them with absolutely no change in the behaviors of the pistols.

    I...
  4. The interaction between the trigger bar and the...

    The interaction between the trigger bar and the disconnector is crucial.

    Polymer injection molding is an art and science. The molds themselves wear over time, changing the dimensions of parts...
  5. Definitely worth checking on the fire control...

    Definitely worth checking on the fire control parts carefully if the trigger pull starts changing...and the sooner the better.

    That way you avoid the fate of a couple of folks in my last...
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    I'd be really surprised if it was. Firstly from...

    I'd be really surprised if it was. Firstly from an engineering standpoint. Secondly from a marketing standpoint. As best I can tell that is some sort of exclusive package branded with Vickers...
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    It's the same as the Benelli M4 front sight. I've...

    It's the same as the Benelli M4 front sight. I've compared both side by side. I've asked the head of Beretta's shotgun programs and he's confirmed they are the same.

    My 1301's have the...
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    "Useable" and "reliable" are subjective...

    "Useable" and "reliable" are subjective evaluations.

    Every Glock I've purchased, including my two Gen5 guns, have come from the box with sights I could use to make a hit out to 50 yards with 115...
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    I have ACRO's mounted on my carry gun and my...

    I have ACRO's mounted on my carry gun and my backup gun.

    I have zero concerns using the optic to give additional leverage on the slide if I need to run it. I don't run around deliberately...
  10. You've never met any of my exes, I take it.

    You've never met any of my exes, I take it.
  11. I've shot thousands upon thousands of the...

    I've shot thousands upon thousands of the Winchester SuperX bulk packs without problem, usually purchased by the case several cases at a time. Generally in #4 or #6 to try and stick as close to the...
  12. You have to accept a hard reality: There is...

    You have to accept a hard reality:

    There is only so much people can absorb in a day.

    I know what you're trying to do. The urge to give them what they absolutely need to know, in your...
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    Of all manually operated systems, the pump...

    Of all manually operated systems, the pump shotgun is the most robust and least prone to failure. (Lever action rifles are a fucking disaster)

    When one "short strokes" a pump gun, it's usually...
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    The green Holosun optics are preferable to the...

    The green Holosun optics are preferable to the red ones for me because the red ones wash out more easily.

    I have a Swamp Fox Justice on my backup 1301. It's running just fine.
  15. https://twitter.com/MidnightMitch/status/132228293...

    https://twitter.com/MidnightMitch/status/1322282936347947008

    Click the link. Let the video play.

    I laughed so hard I think I pulled something.
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    If I were stupid rich I might pay that for one of...

    If I were stupid rich I might pay that for one of Eastwood's Model 29 revolvers.

    Might.

    But I'm talking stupid, stupid rich. Like, I also have an Eleanor Mustang clone with an engine that has...
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    Makes me wish I'd invested heavily in plywood.

    Makes me wish I'd invested heavily in plywood.
  18. Thread: Hunter's emails

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    Our betters will tell us what matters and when. ...

    Our betters will tell us what matters and when.

    Sort of like how they modified #BelieveWomen when Biden was the subject of accusation. They'll tell us what information to pay attention to.
    ...
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    I expect the "progressive" shock troops will...

    I expect the "progressive" shock troops will misbehave. National guards have been activated in a number of states and businesses in cities are boarding up preparing for the worst.

    May the...
  20. Thread: Hunter's emails

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    Tim Poole has done several stories on it on...

    Tim Poole has done several stories on it on Youtube.
  21. Most have had one show up. A couple of times new...

    Most have had one show up. A couple of times new in the box. One unfortunate fellow had a brand new 930 and 590 still in the cardboard. When the 930 shat the bed he switched to the 590...which locked...
  22. The reliability question is one of context. In...

    The reliability question is one of context. In the context of repeating shotguns in the 20th century, the 870 was a godsend. It was dramatically less complicated than older pump guns. Those guns are...
  23. Thread: Hunter's emails

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    Good ol NYT covering everything except what's...

    Good ol NYT covering everything except what's actually important in the story.
  24. Thread: Hunter's emails

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    A book deal does seem to be the go-to when one's...

    A book deal does seem to be the go-to when one's transition through the revolving door is interrupted because their incompetence or malfeasance becomes so blatantly obvious that even the swamp can't...
  25. Thread: Hunter's emails

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    That depends on why they walked off the job. ...

    That depends on why they walked off the job.

    Some of them walked off the job to more lucrative opportunities. More of that whole revolving door thing.

    Some of them probably had a very...
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