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Posted in thread: Engine Oil...? on 10-29-2014 at 03:26 AM
Mobil 1 for me; doesn't run off the metal when the engine is at rest, therefore it's lubing
even during startup.
Posted in thread: Tried an M&P Shield 9mm - 8 round on 10-15-2014 at 03:28 AM
I also tried the Shield, about a year ago. Unlike the OP, I found everything else fine, EXCEPT
the trigger, which was awful on the one I used. I asked the range owner about his experience
with them (s...
Posted in thread: Charter Arms Revolvers on 08-10-2014 at 02:29 AM
I have a recent vintage Mag Pug, and it is a POS. If you want the details, PM me. A most
Posted in thread: help? concerned I may have damaged stock. on 08-09-2014 at 03:45 AM
You haven't damaged anything. But what you did would not have helped/prevented anything,
either. Remember that the maker knew in advance that owners use gun oil (for the metal parts),
and that some co...
Posted in thread: Blackpowder substitutes ? on 08-08-2014 at 01:34 AM
sorry but bp subs are more corrosive than the holy black."Sorry" is right, because that
statement is flat wrong. And I proved it.
Posted in thread: Blackpowder substitutes ? on 08-07-2014 at 03:19 AM
I have tried all the substitutes for black powder, other than the pelletized ones, since I have
a repro 1858 Rem revolver. They ALL work well. They are ALL equal to BP in performance (using
Posted in thread: What revolver would you suggest on 07-01-2014 at 07:58 PM
Ruger GP100. Strongest .357 Mag ever designed (outside of a couple Ruger SA-only offerings).
Wide choice of barrel lengths. Best customer service. Stainless for minimal upkeep, blued for
tradition. I ...
Posted in thread: A new acquisition on 06-04-2014 at 07:40 PM
You should be very aware that the .38 S&W is a low-powered round, and hard to find. The gun was
probably originally designed for black powder. Any attempt to use "hotter" smokeless rounds
Posted in thread: Gun Smithing Tool Advice on 05-21-2014 at 03:50 AM
I can't see any need for a normal gunsmith to have any type of CNC machinery. Not unless that
'smith began specializing in making replacement/modified parts for a few model firearms, and
could be guar...
Posted in thread: New Member from Vermont on 05-13-2014 at 08:57 PM
To the OP: (Silverado)Welcome to this forum. Don't ignore the other forums which you might be
aware of, mainly to increase your chances of doing serious business.I have property in VT, even
though I d...