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I have an old .38/44 Outdoorsman, from the late 1930s, bought by my Dad in 1942, and never out of family hands since. It is in great shape, but the original box is kind of rough. Is a Letter of Authenticity from Smith going to substantially increase the value? otherwise, why pay $75 for the letter?
Hi, I recently got an old Magtech 586 12 gauge for $10 at auction. It was cheap because it didn't have a barrel, but is complete and in good shape otherwise. I purchased a barrel from Numrich, but to make it fit, I'll need to find a longer Magazine cap 1"-1 1/4". Numrich couldn't tell me what other brands would interchange if any.
Hello everyone. I am new to the site and excited to be here! I am having a serious brain cramp with my Post 64 Model 70 bolt. It is out of the rifle and accidentally is now on fire instead of at the halfway position of safe on the 3 stage safety. Everyone has said it has to be re-cocked, but when I grab the tab with my padded vise, I can pull it out, but it will not stay out. I know it's not right because when putting it back into the gun you cannot pull the trigger.
i just purchased the XDE 9mm, with 3.3" barrel.
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This gun rocks. It's my new carry firearm. Out of the box, the case is very nice, almost as nice as a pelican case which I thought was a nice touch. It comes with an 8 round single stack magazine, and a spare 9 round mag. The 8 round mag has one of those pierce extensions that gives your pinky some grip, while the 9 round mag comes with that typical XD mag extension...
Ok guys im not a AR expert and i have recently purchased Ruger 5.56. My brother and i had went to the shooting this past weekend and fist mag went through no problem. 2nd mag third shot bullet didnt fire. So i ejected the shell and looked at the firing pin mark and looks like it barely hit. So rest of the mag went smooth. 3rd mag same thing 4th and 5th bullet same thing no fire. So my question is, do i need to send my gun back to the manufacturer or is there something that i can look into to fix myself? I have asked around to some locals and they have not heard of anybody having this problem. On the picture below it is not my bullet. This is to show you about what mine is doing. Mine is not as much as the middle one its just a little softer but can see hit
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