They actually tested as the ‘best overall pistol’ in the US Military trials to replace the aging 1911 45ACP with the Beretta, but Reagan wouldn’t let them be selected as the build site was too close to the Iron Curtain.
Well, the board is either fixed, or it's going to run terribly. Cross your fingers and hope for the best. I'm at my technical limit right now.
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- Wed Jan 02, 2019 7:25 pm
- Forum: General Firearms Topics
- Topic: RIFLE BORE PHOTO GUIDE
- Replies: 35
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Here’s the photos taken of the bore on a Trapdoor using one of those LED 5.5mm endoscopes that are sold on the likes of eBay and Amazon, usually around $15. The 1st ones plugged into the USB port on laptop, but I had an old Google Nexus tablet (seen them used $25!) that was sitting unused and it is ...
- Thu Dec 20, 2018 3:02 pm
- Forum: Swiss Rifles
- Topic: ‘Out of the box’ accurate (or is it precise?)
- Replies: 6
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Nice rifle! But that target is demonstrating precision, not accuracy. But who really cares about that right now, as you just got it and that target shows it will SHOOT! Now you can get a taller front sight and then ‘dial it in’ to where you want to be. Then you will have both precision and accuracy...
- Mon Dec 10, 2018 12:23 pm
- Forum: General Gunsmithing
- Topic: Slugging a bore, how I did mine.
- Replies: 6
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TIP - Once one gets a good slug - however you obtained it - if/when you have a bore with an odd number of lands & grooves , use a locksmithing SS shim stock, one on each side at the micrometer anvils, to get a good reliable measurement. Subtract 2X the land height (or bore depth) to get the bore di...