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    "NEW: @RepRalphNorman...

    "NEW: @RepRalphNorman tells me his understanding is that Dr. Robert Lesslie was treating Phillip Adams and had stopped giving Adams medication - he says he was told that triggered the killings -...
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    I think it would be the trigger bar and springs....

    I think it would be the trigger bar and springs. Are you using the Wilson bar? The cost of that longer Wilson stroke is going to be less slop on the reset side of things.

    Maybe Beretta made some...
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    That will probably not happen with the slide on...

    That will probably not happen with the slide on as the slide holds the hammer back just slightly to allow for the reset.

    I had a similar issue with the trigger bar and it was caused by grunge on...
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    45dotACP Man that sucks. Thanks for fighting...

    45dotACP

    Man that sucks. Thanks for fighting the good fight. Thanks for sharing.
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    I still find it pretty hard to understand how a...

    I still find it pretty hard to understand how a very lightweight hammer could cock itself against the force of the hammer spring. Inertia does not seem like a strong enough force.



    Don't forget...
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    First off: I have zero concerns about a Beretta...

    First off: I have zero concerns about a Beretta being drop safe even in single action.

    Second: Do you think when you dropped it the slide and entire action moved on the rails and cocked the...
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    Somehow I feel like that was one of the most...

    Somehow I feel like that was one of the most heavily armed mountain bike group rides ever.
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    The DXR is really nice. But I found the older...

    The DXR is really nice. But I found the older 92Ds I have acquired even nicer in the trigger dept.

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    Mine is about 8#2oz and it feels great.

    Mine is about 8#2oz and it feels great.
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    Very much this. I can run the trigger on a non...

    Very much this. I can run the trigger on a non DAO gun better than I can control recoil. This probably means I should learn better recoil control, of course. For me, recoil control is the most...
  11. I just don't see how that is possible with wood....

    I just don't see how that is possible with wood. Amazing really.

    OP: love the Pole Barn and the work you have started.

    Y'all make me feel inadequately manly.
  12. We just use OR towels and build up as necessary...

    We just use OR towels and build up as necessary for micro surgery. But the range of motion is not as large as they are dealing with on this model. Kinda cool.
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    Genesis Arms Gen-12

    Did we do this? Because if we did, I missed it and this looks damn cool.

    https://www.genesisarms.com/product-page/gen-12


    https://youtu.be/sKAgduimGVM

    Anyone have one?
  14. Read and enjoyed Alone at Dawn. I found the...

    Read and enjoyed Alone at Dawn. I found the descriptions of the overall ground situation (and maps) were not as clear as how it was described in The Mission, The Men and Me. Both should be read to...
  15. Thread: Bad day.

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    https://heavy.com/news/eric-talley/ Good write...

    https://heavy.com/news/eric-talley/

    Good write up. Sad day.
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    My LCR 9mm has been brilliant and incredibly...

    My LCR 9mm has been brilliant and incredibly durable with little maintenance. Plus moonclips are amazing and if the ammo is available I would go this route all day long. Great to carry, kinda...
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    The Glock 48 feels amazing to hold, shoots meh,...

    The Glock 48 feels amazing to hold, shoots meh, and requires a totally new magazine set up from the double stacks.

    It is one of the only Glocks I have sold and never missed.
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    Either of those or P2000sk LEM

    Either of those or P2000sk LEM
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    I have always liked Walther and that post makes...

    I have always liked Walther and that post makes me like them even more.
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    The book is great.

    The book is great.
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    Take the cylinder and crane off and the tool has...

    Take the cylinder and crane off and the tool has a crane that lines it up with the barrel. Spin tool to cut cone a bit.
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    https://www.brownells.com/gunsmith-tools-supplies/...

    https://www.brownells.com/gunsmith-tools-supplies/handgun-tools/deburring-tools/revolver-deburring-tool-cutters-prod678.aspx


    If that were in stock I would consider buying one and opening the...
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    Its extruded aluminum and needs to go back to the mothership for someone to be pulled aside and scolded.
  24. Thread: Ruger MAX-9

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    An optic ready Ruger 365 the size of a Kahr? ...

    An optic ready Ruger 365 the size of a Kahr? Count me as interested.

    But: 3lb trigger?! Thumb safety?! Nope to both.

    Between Ruger, Sig or Kahr I will pick the Ruger every time.
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    I agree with this and while I kept the Aridus on...

    I agree with this and while I kept the Aridus on my original 1301, when I got a back up I just stayed with the OE hand guard. I did change the stock on both though.
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