“I've learned that when I get frustrated enough I'll either get hurt or break something “
You must be my long lost brother...
*I own a Rolex. I have to agree. As I was once told, if you want to be able to tell time, buy a Timex not a Rolex.
And if what is said in the thread to be true in respect to quality, I won’t be investing in any old ones!
Interesting to hear it is maybe better, now may consider one
I’m sure anything can break at any point?
I only know of some timing issues after a good deal of wear and tear. Everything breaks
minimag only to get it to cycle
A couple of these trays,( post baking for cosmoline removal)
Note the milling on block on right to lighten, this is done throughout the...
I have the complete 22 bolt OEM but then sent out for semi conversion.
I would say 250-300?? dummy rounds?
You can use metal or cloth.
It is quite an endeavor to convert in this day and age. Parts, especially the block are hard to source from NOS when these conversions were made....
Started back on this old project. I had some pierced primers. Before shortening the spring a bit I considered whether the 22 cartridge was really...
If they turn out to be a quality piece, it will have some impact on the price of the used market especially shooter grade guns. There will...
Impractical but a Blast
My point was not to advocate for the high dollar ROA in respect to value rather the safety factor.
I made many mistakes early on
Browning hi-power (I’m sure I just got a bad one)
Bought it on a whim, sold it promptly
I started w a ruger old army
U can safely make many mistakes without concern
5 FA, all model 83 (22, 22 mag, 357, 45 acp, 45lc, 45 win mag, 454)
I’m at target/bench guy so my set ups only involves scopes or silhouette...
I love my pmr30
Fun woods plinking with a 50 round box split between gun/mag in holster
That is too bad
took the Excalibur micro out for some target practice
Soda can gives u reference as to how small this bow is. Weight is around 5 lbs. It still...
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