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    It's hard to imagine any scenario that would...

    It's hard to imagine any scenario that would justify participating in a rolling gunfight.
    The boy will have the opportunity to convince the judge otherwise.
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    No.

    No.
  3. Thread: Magguts

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    The original factory Sig magazines are a bear to...

    The original factory Sig magazines are a bear to load, but with the +2 Magguts kit, they're much easier.
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    Yup. Sometimes chunks of brass or unburned...

    Yup. Sometimes chunks of brass or unburned powder get stuck in there, and the spray-cleaner won't get it out. Periodic disassembly and cleaning is pretty important if your goal is to come close to...
  5. Thread: Magguts

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    I have the one with the leaf-style spring. It...

    I have the one with the leaf-style spring. It didn't require looking at the instructions, other than the orientation of the springs, if I recall correctly. Loading is easier than with the factory...
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    Right or wrong, the dude DOES sound like a...

    Right or wrong, the dude DOES sound like a sniveler. I don't like snivelers, but I'll still shoot his ammo. You're right about the gambling. One might assume increased demand for ammunition...
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    1990-1964=26 That's nothing.

    1990-1964=26
    That's nothing.
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    That's a pretty good price. I'd buy it.

    That's a pretty good price. I'd buy it.
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    I wouldn't sweat it. I've shot a lot of old...

    I wouldn't sweat it. I've shot a lot of old surplus ammo, and never had a problem with corrosion. Just clean your guns when you get home. I'm still burning through a bunch of .45 ACP made in 1956....
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    Pages don't display right with https

    It seems that https isn't displaying properly from where I'm sitting. A couple graphics show up, but the tables and formatting are all gone. Http displays fine. Https blows up on both Safari and...
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    CCW Safe.

    CCW Safe.
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    My dad had guns. Probably more than many, but he...

    My dad had guns. Probably more than many, but he wasn't a big collector. A couple years ago he tipped over, and my siblings and I had to divest ourselves of all his stuff. I think my brother got a...
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    I have one holster with elephant embellishments. ...

    I have one holster with elephant embellishments. It's cool, but realistically, plain old horsehide or cowhide is more sensible.
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    Out of stock now. I think I paid a LOT more.

    Out of stock now. I think I paid a LOT more.
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    I doubt that that any additional spring tension...

    I doubt that that any additional spring tension would cause the magazine catch to fail. I suspect your problem might be similar to what I had on my P380. Like you, I would sometimes find the...
  16. Thread: Anons

    by RustyIron
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    Oh, Steve. Clearly you need to get woke. I...

    Oh, Steve. Clearly you need to get woke.

    I don't have time to read books on the Conspiracy Theory Du Jour.
    If it made a lick of sense, it could be summarized right here.
    If someone can't...
  17. Thread: P380 inbound

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    I'm with Ed on the Magguts kit. Also with the...

    I'm with Ed on the Magguts kit. Also with the Fiocchi ammo. I've lightened my extractor a bit, but haven't had any Fiocchi ammo to try with it. It runs perfectly with other ammo, so I just might...
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    Hi, Ralph. I enjoy Kahr triggers, with their...

    Hi, Ralph.
    I enjoy Kahr triggers, with their long, light trigger-pull. I find it perfect for concealed carry. The other striker-fired gun that comes to mind and is similar is the Sig P365. But...
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    That's a beauty. I'm not even a revolver guy,...

    That's a beauty.
    I'm not even a revolver guy, but surely couldn't have passed that up.
    Have fun with her.
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    Metallurgist? Machinist? It's ok that the...

    Metallurgist? Machinist?
    It's ok that the picture isn't displayed, as I'm fairly confident your barrel is fine.
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    Magguts comes with its own follower, and I don't...

    Magguts comes with its own follower, and I don't think the whole system would work with the Lakeline. Magguts looks goofy, but IMO, works better than the stock follower from Kahr.
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    If I had a Kahr in 9mm, it would already be on...

    If I had a Kahr in 9mm, it would already be on order. I have a Magguts kit for my P380, and it's truly the shizz. Not only do I get a 14% increase in capacity, but I think the Magguts follower is...
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    Excellent! I was lucky to have bought mine...

    Excellent! I was lucky to have bought mine during a time when Kahr was coughing up an extra magazine. Interesting that you carved up your extractor. I did mine after it choked on Fiocchi ammo. I...
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    Cool! Mine is stainless, purchased about the...

    Cool! Mine is stainless, purchased about the same time.
    A buddy had a Mustang, and the little Government was WAY more fun.
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    That's EXACTLY why I pull out strikers and firing...

    That's EXACTLY why I pull out strikers and firing pins periodically. Brass shavings, unburned powder, potato chip crumbs, all have their way of getting blasted into areas where you don't want them.
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