Here is an interesting homespun test for rust prevent qualities of some lubes
I like the Marlin 336 for another reason, it is really easy to take apart and detail or repair.
Spoke to him a couple weeks ago, nothing unusual sounding then. Left a voice message and he called me same day.
Have had both. I am not a wimp and I have tried a variety of autos.
I agree with Jocko.
A PM40 is for those who have the hand...
Kahr/ Micro Eagle
I have not seen the Kahr in our local shops either.
I did get to handle the Micro Eagle.
Nice stout little metal gun, BUT...
Mac, I see you mentioned cleaning the mags. This is very important on a CZ. The whole gun needs a scrubbing to be sure you get the factory oil...
If I recall that is similar to the CZ line.
You will find many CZ posts on THR and a nice CZ forum on the net with practical hands on...
Well I got the LCP and tried it today.
I really like it, just cleaned the factory oil off and lubed it with FP10.
No jams even after...
What he said, leave it alone and do some practice, great gun for the $$
I got mine used and like it. The first owner did have the frame replaced under factory update. The only eject issue mine had was the last...
You are going to like it!
Pass on it
I am ok with tinkering, but I find this product in .40 unreliable.
My aluminum frame cracked in 300 rounds---twice.
Some of the replies are drifting a bit off subject- your specific question originally asked about stock G33 and G27 (.40) barrel swap....
Looks like his luck is wearing thin..........
Good comments all, I agree with trapperjohn too. As a practical matter a good outcome. Wisconsin...
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Mom Fights Back Against Burglar
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MILWAUKEE -- A Milwaukee mother woke up Thursday...
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