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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I have some gun oil, motor oil and transmission fluid that have all worked well for me. Can't say that one worked better than the other, but I've not been in 100+F sandy/dusty conditions for more than a couple hours, nor have I been out in subzero temps for more than a couple hours at a time with my...
- Wed Dec 06, 2017 8:49 pm
- Forum: M16/AR Style
- Topic: Are all AR15 front sight towers
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I don't know what you are asking. Are the front sight blocks all the same? No. There are many different varieties. A1 and A2 varieties, with and without bayonet lugs, low mounts with and without a rail to mount a front sight, flip up front sights, etc. As you mentioned, they do come sized for differ...
- Mon Nov 13, 2017 10:41 pm
- Forum: General Ammunition
- Topic: AMMUNITION ACCURACY
- Replies: 28
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A cartridge that is fairly new that I've been playing with that out performs it's size is the .22TCM. Out of a 1911 pistol it is amazing. It will go through a 1/4" steel plate at 50 yards and it's case shape should not work for accuracy but it does I have a 1911 and the bolt action long gun from Ar...
Ok, I'll try(before I read the earlier replies) #1 Just guessing- I read recently about some P-17 rifles modified for patrol use in an artic country. Was it Greenland? 2 Maybe a Bannerman rifle, combining a springfield barrel and P-17 action and stock. 3 Standard M-1917 Us 4 P-14 Edit: Went back an...
burning it out has already been suggested.. Use air pressure? Air compressor or maybe high pressure bicycle pump with something to seal the muzzle end and push it back toward the breech? would also have to seal the gas system. A longish skinny drill bit (have to be careful since bits are pretty hard...