I have one. Here is a pic of it removed i fount on the innerweb. Most folks glue in the side pins. They have a big tapered head. The block is hard...
Ive only used it at 3oz or so. I dont like the nothing triggers set below 2oz. I can feel a 2oz trigger but not an under 1oz. 3oz has never been...
A big punch and hammer. The big pin holes are the issue. I havent seen a colt with the block since like 2000. Think it came out in 1994- the range...
Quiz: Who did this 3 lever conversion? Itll set to less than 1oz and never fail
I want an FN. got the colt- dont use it. Now the armalite is a different story
Does the air dry colors not match the H series?
No loss. Have you seen current colt branded production quality?
Yes. The hole was put there later to aid in sear adjustment like the hole in a remington trigger. It was handmade by alan hall when he worked...
Ed and alan must have made this one secretly
I hunt at a place that grew cotton up until the 70’s when the govt started paying him to NOT plant cotton. He planted the fields with pine trees...
Those first pictures triggered me. Im going to my safe space now
But if you just had to use that brass try a small base die
Anybody who has served in korea
I havent found a rifle YET that likes it. I have about 6lbs of that junk left. I got it for 68gr bullets in a 6mm rem ackley and it sucked so bad...
I really wish francis would gain more traction. I really want him to be the nominee
I have met a lot of “seals” over the years. Some weigh 350 now. But over the past 5yrs or so you wouldnt believe how many add in “team 6” now.
Maybe hes one of the secret ones
I guess yall missed the part about the 264 expander in a 243 die. The knurled part is bigger than the expander is supposed to be.
If you cant slip a bullet in a fired case you have found your answer. If you dont believe me mark your cases and shoot groups. Let us know how the...
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