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  1. shoobe01 liked bc1023's post in the thread Interarms Mauser P08 Luger American Eagle.

    Those 1970's Mausers were nice pistols. I've had a couple over the years. I do own a 9mm Sport model, which is a keeper. They were...

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  2. shoobe01 liked gc70's post in the thread Interarms Mauser P08 Luger American Eagle.

    The background on these guns is that Sam Cummings of Interarms found -and bought- the tooling for the Swiss Model 1929 in a Swiss armory...

    Mauser_29-70.jpg Dec 2, 2022 at 10:27 AM
  3. shoobe01 liked lightman's post in the thread Interarms Mauser P08 Luger American Eagle.

    Don't know much about them but the ones that I have seen had exceptional fit and finishes. Its probably worth what you offered.

    Dec 2, 2022 at 10:27 AM
  4. shoobe01 liked someguy2800's post in the thread Accuracy Goal for a Keltec Sub2000.

    I have no experience with a sub 2000, but the 4 different 9mm carbines I’ve owned, which were a hi point and 3 different AR’s, would all...

    Nov 30, 2022 at 1:11 AM
  5. shoobe01 liked mshootnit's post in the thread Accuracy Goal for a Keltec Sub2000.

    Well this is the internet so anything should do "1/2 MOA all day long"

    Nov 30, 2022 at 1:11 AM
  6. shoobe01 liked derek45's post in the thread interesting way to clear a squib.

    I would never do that. I keep a brass "squib rod" in my range bag. I saw one at a USPSA match many years ago, you can find them at...

    Nov 28, 2022 at 7:53 PM
  7. shoobe01 liked trackskippy's post in the thread interesting way to clear a squib.

    Autos are usually pretty easy to deal with, especially if the bullet is near an "end". They usually tap out without much effort or...

    Nov 28, 2022 at 7:53 PM
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