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  2. The only thing about them I don't like is the safety.
  3. Some people have difficulty with the process of taking these apart and reassembly. First off you don't need to do this after every shooting session. Doing this way too often is not good for the frame to upper fit. Just remove the grips and blast it with spray carb cleaner. That removes most everything that can cause a problem. No need to go through the entire process all the time. Even if you shoot a lot once a year will be enough.
  4. These are not known for match grade accurate. Too much flex in the receivers. But they normally shoot much better than that.
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  6. Hi William, I think you actually have a couple of options here. EGW makes this mount, if you have the Walther slide -- https://www.egwguns.com/vortex-viper-venom-colt-1911-22-rail-gun-walther-slide-22-sight-mount-fits-burris-fastfire-and-docter And MSP has this model -- https://www.mountsplus.com/1911-red-dot-mounts.html
  7. I own a Colt/Walther Rail Gun and would very much like to shoot it in our informal competition club in Vincennes, IN. My problem is I am unable to use the standard iron sights that came with the gun (old eyes). I would like to put a reflex sight on it, and was wondering what I need to mount a reflex sight on it.
  8. Welcome sir. You'll likely see a few common friends from 308 over here as well.
  9. I have been a long time member of the 308AR site. Like most normal people, I have a variety of things to amuse myself.
  10. Man, I'm starting to think the 'rona got everyone. Nah, j/k. But it has been dreadfully slow here.
  11. Any chance you are still making selling these bad boys?
  12. Hi, I shoot 3 pistols with my mp15-22 and the others are improving their weapon, mine is not competitive yet and I would like to improve my weapon. I already have an MOE-K2 + grip, Magpul CTR stock, Taccom3g Ultralight handguard, Tacticool22 Charging handle, and MTAC Burris scope. I would like a 1 step trigger that weighs more than 3 lbs, but I haven't found any that weighs more than 3 lbs. Which is the best ? Is it worth changing the barrel and the extractor? Which are the best? I would also like to know if it is worthwhile to put a compensator and which one. I know it's a lot of questions, but it's very helpful for me. Thank you very much. .
  13. I saw foundry outdoors have https://www.foundryoutdoors.com/collections/5-56x45-ammo-ar-15
  14. Aloha everyone 🤙 im new to the rimfire world and looking forward to choosing my very first rifle soon. Hope to learn from others experiences here! Mahalo🙏👊
  15. Hopefully when i retire I’ll have more time to experiment with a bunch of different 22 rounds!..... it says 100 yards and beyond, how far is “beyond”
  16. I was pretty surprised but my Mark IV loves Armscor 22
  17. Rifling82


    Hello everyone. Look forward to learning from everyone, looks like a good place to hang out
  18. Took the GSG5 out of the safe today. Ran a couple mags through with no issues. Then it failed to fire. Attempt to pull the bolt back and it gets about half way back and stops. It ejected the spent round and loaded a fresh round but did not cock. The bolt retracts enough to let the next round out until just the case is out of the chamber but the bullet is still in so I cannot remove that round. Any thoughts as to the way forward?
  19. I accidentally ordered the California complaint 416 22. It was just shipped and cannot be returned. I’ve not received it yet but I’m curious if anyone knows the differences and if it would be easy to convert the stock to a standard stock or is it a specific weird California size? i don’t mind the mag limitation as I can buy different mags. But I’m wondering if this is going to be a big difference and if I should just sell it. thanks,
  20. Does anyone out there know if a model 241 barrel will fit on a model 24?
  21. Come on folks, this could be a really great site if everybody came back to create some civil conversation pertaining to the BEST caliber firearms there ever were, are and will be. I'll bet none of us started out shooting a .458 Winchester Model 70, or worse yet a Weatherby .340 Weatherby Magnum. 10 to 1, most everyone who visits here at one time or another, began their first shooting experience with a .22 rimfire. The heck with those others who think they are the "premier" rimfire sites, like RFC. They've gone down the toilet with much of what gets passed along there as fact for the last 5, or more, years. There's more bickering and false statements that are posted there than anywhere else on the inter-web. Here's a great chance to get the truth about rimfire firearms and how they function and can be repaired, than that floundering forum will ever know, or accept. I'm willing to do what I can to resurrect activity here and invite you all to send all your rimfire friends to at least visit this site and "lurk" for a while, or better yet, contribute your rimfire experiences with all the the others who stop by. Like, what is your current .22 rimfire, rifle or handgun?
  22. SGW Gunsmith


    .22 rimfire ammunition is the most dirtiest of all metallic cartridge ammunition. I use a "Simple Green" type of cleaner in my ultra-sonic apparatus. Due to that stuff being water soluble, a good wipe down after the parts are dried with a product like EEZOX is a good idea
  23. Well, it's now 2020, and there are some really effective synthetic gun cleaning solvents currently available. The brand that I have on my bench currently is EEZOX. this CLP is easy to use, I just run two wet fel cylinders soaked with EEZOX through the bore, let it sit for 15 minutes and then dry the bore with a dry fely plug: If a centerfire bore has a bullet jacket coating involved, then, if you can stand the ammonia smell, Sweete's 7.62, will get the fouling out in short order, just don't leave the bore wet and once cleaned, a light coating of oil will protect the bore.
  24. Fire lapping .22 rimfire bores with the grit impregnated lead bullets has been known to move the leade area just ahead of the chamber forward, sometimes more than ¼ of an inch. Consider this before you do ANY lapping in a .22 rimfire bore. The rifling to bore height is only 0.0020 to 0.0025 of an inch and that's less than the thickness of a sheet of computer paper. Lapping will easily ruin a nice bore, if over-done.
  25. Is that a "threaded spud" on the table that you used get the threads for the compensator aligned with the bore?
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