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Handguns and Revolvers / Re: Rails on pistols
« Last post by TXAZ on Yesterday at 06:40:24 PM »
Rails on guns are kinda like the curvaceous parts of women. 
Some like rails on guns and big curves, while others just like everything flat.
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Just not a fan of plastic guns.
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Handguns and Revolvers / Re: Rails on pistols
« Last post by pistolpete on Yesterday at 06:18:01 PM »
I don't even have a train, don't want no stinking rail.
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Rifles & Shotguns / Re: Ordered a new Custom Action
« Last post by Txhillbilly on Yesterday at 03:29:22 PM »
Next,I installed the TriggerTech Diamond trigger on the action.



Then I put it in the Bravo chassis and torque the action screws down. After that the rings and scope get mounted,leveled,and bore sighted.

The ARC M10 34mm rings-



Here's the final setup,ready to shoot! Now if it will just quit raining when I'm off work,I'll see how it shoots!







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Rifles & Shotguns / Re: Ordered a new Custom Action
« Last post by Txhillbilly on Yesterday at 03:20:01 PM »
I'm waiting on my rings to show up. USPS has been sending them back and forth between Seattle and Ft.Worth since June 4th.

Had you at least looked through one before ordering?

Their business model perplexes me. Cool tech and very interesting, but I will never buy a scope/optic without "hands on"/looking through it.

So I may have to pay you a visit when USPS gets their head out of their you know what. :)

Sorry for the much delayed response. Yes,I spent a long time handling one of these scopes before I decided to buy one. The guy's at Gunwerks that make Revic scopes know their stuff. They basically installed everything but the range finder from the G7 BR2 into this optic.
The scope is built by LOW in Japan,and is basically the same scope as a Vortex Razor HD gen 2 with a ballistic computer installed inside.

I still haven't had time to mess with it yet,but I did get the rifle built last week.


My action finally arrived,so here's the pics of the build.

 



Since the recoil lug indexes off the groove in the scope rail,I bought ARC's Barloc system instead of using a standard style barrel nut. It's an ingenious invention by ARC. The only tools needed to install and headspace the barrel is the small spanner wrench for the nut,and a hex wrench for the Barloc,along with your Go - No Go gauges.

 



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Outdoors / ..Ground Broken..
« Last post by Tango on Yesterday at 02:16:27 PM »
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yippee - ground was broken yesterday for the pad upon which our new (steel) Barn will be built (will post pics as work progresses) - the Barn will be somewhat close to the house, at the top of the front pasture (about 5 acres) and will face down-pasture, towards the street

this will be a center aisle Barn with 2 stalls on either side - a Tack/Feed room on one side and a Wash room opposite on the other side.  a double sliding door both front and back and then the stalls will have sliding doors (servicing both stalls on each side), allowing access to all stalls from the right and left sides of the Barn or from the aisle inside.  We'll have electrics and water running to the Barn.  Then there will be a 12' lean-to on both sides - our Boys are gonna love - shucks, I'm gonna love it !

funny thing - their Cat was brought in on a very long flatbed trailer, pulled by a semi - that rig got hung up on our driveway curb with it's drive wheels off the ground (couldn't move) so the Dirt Honcho asked if he could get a "push" by my little 39HP Kubota - sure enough it became the little old Tractor that could.....

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Politics, Gripes, Complaints / Brett Kavanaugh
« Last post by busykngt on Yesterday at 12:42:28 PM »
If Grassley will ever get the daxx,...darn thing out of Committee and throw it over the wall to McConnell, then maybe Kavanaugh still has a fighting chance.  But the longer Grassley mucks around with it, the worse it gets for Judge Kavanaugh.  At this point, I trust McConnell to handle it way better than Grassley has!
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Politics, Gripes, Complaints / Re: Brett Kavanaugh
« Last post by DCD327 on Yesterday at 12:34:11 PM »
I agree. If McConnel said that, then he is prolly as good as in.  :thumbsup1:
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Politics, Gripes, Complaints / Re: Brett Kavanaugh
« Last post by TXAZ on September 21, 2018, 11:54:31 PM »

I HOPE he will be confirmed.
I think everyone see's right through the shit trick the dems are trying to pull.

 Wait for ruthie to take a dirt nap,   then we will really get to watch the dems have a melt down.  :thumbsup1:

There was a major signal today:  The Senate Majority leader said "We're going to 'plow right through' and get Kavanaugh confirmed".

McConnell is politically astute enough to not make a comment like that unless he had the vote.  To me that says he's tired of the drama and he has the vote.  We'll see on Monday.
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Politics, Gripes, Complaints / Re: Brett Kavanaugh
« Last post by DCD327 on September 21, 2018, 11:28:06 PM »

I HOPE he will be confirmed.
I think everyone see's right through the shit trick the dems are trying to pull.

 Wait for ruthie to take a dirt nap,   then we will really get to watch the dems have a melt down.  :thumbsup1:
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