Last Activity:04-24-2008 8:53 PM
Posted in thread: Wolf .223 Ammo on 04-14-2008 at 04:24 AM
Not sure as to the gas block adjustment. Most FTF and FTE problems in the WASR-3 stem from bad
magazines. I would reccomend picking up some Wieger Magazines. They are about the only reliable
mags for ...
Posted in thread: AR-15 Mags on 04-12-2008 at 02:33 AM
PMags from Magpul Industries. These are the best mags out there at any price. Luckily they can
be had for around 15 bucks each. [ame]
Posted in thread: Looking for a certain revolver. Any help? on 04-10-2008 at 12:31 AM
e A grip change can be as simple as removing a screw. Lots of grips available, from budget to
high end custom grips. Check out Eagle Grips for some ideas as to what's available. couldn't
in good fai...
Posted in thread: Looking for a certain revolver. Any help? on 04-09-2008 at 06:00 AM
Smith and Wesson "L" Frame. Perhaps the 586, as you could shoot 38 Spcl rounds for plinking and
target work, and load up with full house .357 magnum rounds for defense. The "L" frame was a
Posted in thread: Loading Die Clean-Up on 04-08-2008 at 04:54 AM
+1 on robocop's advice. I like would reccomend the use of brake cleaner (cheap at the local
parts house) to flush the dies while cleaning. Much cheaper than Gun Scrubber, but works
equally as well. Ju...
Posted in thread: AR 15 Colt or another brand? on 04-08-2008 at 04:45 AM
Colts are great, no argument there. At 350$+ per thousand, 5.56 can get pretty spendy to shoot.
I say if it is to be a safe queen, buy a COLT and sit back while it appreciates. If you plan to
send a l...
Posted in thread: Primer Pocket Swager on 04-02-2008 at 09:40 PM
Thanks 1Hole. I already have a case trimmer much the same as you describe, though it was made
by Hornady/Pacific. Perhaps the case care kit will work with it. Thanks again for the info.
Posted in thread: Homeland Defense Rifle on 04-02-2008 at 04:12 AM
Folks in my circle refer to them as ATW's (Anti-Tyranny Weapons). I admit however, that your
terminology has that certain "something" that will appeal to the masses. Homeland Defense Rifle
it is. Well...
Posted in thread: Primer Pocket Swager on 04-02-2008 at 03:57 AM
I actually prefer the Lyman primer pocket reamer/crimp remover tool and use it in my case
trimmer to keep things aligned.Please elaborate. I have never seen one. I assume it uses the
collet from the c...
Posted in thread: What is in your CCW pistol? on 04-02-2008 at 03:48 AM
Kimber CDP Pro, loaded with 230 grain Golden Sabre. Alternate is my Robar High Power loaded
with 147 grain Golden Sabre. Golf gun is a SeaCamp in .32 or my new Ruger LCP in .380. Have
also carried my ...