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  2. The ATF can't make up their collective hive-mind from day to day. They are about as useful, and decorative, as a hub cap on a tractor. https://www.80lowerjig.com/blogs/80-lower-blog/can-you-shoulder-ar-15-pistol-brace-2019/ I've never had a problem "accidentally" shouldering a brace at any range....of course that was not my "intent".
  3. Bear Creek Arsenal 7.62X39 complete upper (includes BCG and CH) with a AT3 Tactical RD-50 red dot. Has flip up rear sight that will co witness with the front sight through the red dot. Red dot was zeroed at 50 yards and the charging handle has a left side extended latch. Comes with one 10 round C-Products mag and four 28 round C-Products mags. Less than 200 rounds down the tube. Shot well with a couple of malfunctions on mag dumps with the bolt getting dry. I have only shot it with the 10 round mag so the 28 rounders are brand new. My wife wants a .224 Valkyrie for long range shooting and the lower I had this on has a CMC trigger and I have an AK so this gets to go. Priced to move at $325 for everything FTF in the Nashville area. Would ship at actual cost. Thanks for looking and PM for info or questions
  4. https://www.sigsauer.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/atf-letter-march-21-2017.pdf
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  6. They also sell a Roni Pistol Carbine Conversion that does require a NFA stamp since it uses a stock instead of a brace. For me I don't see the point since they elongated the brace for the MCK. But of course there are SBR advantages to be had if you are so inclined. We were at the convention in Indy back in April (yes the wife loves those events too, bless her), at their booth. Pretty crowded so didn't get to talk with them but great to see them busy. My G17 MCK was BO'd for awhile (supply meet demand); so had to wait about a month after order.
  7. They also have kits for Sig and Smith.
  8. Some of us (old guys) even remember a man that climbed into a capsule on top of a missile designed to deliver a nuclear warhead.
  9. At 3:17 PM today it has been 50 years since we heard those words. Vice President Pence gave a rousing speech today from Kennedy space center. Reviving the space program would be quite a feat. I’m sure we have the ability, but I question we can get anything done that requires the approval of congress.
  10. I just need the frame. But may be interested. Send me some pics and details.
  11. Starts gun forum, 8000 posts, numerous builds, started EDC with an SAA...might know a thing or two...
  12. I've got a Sport 2, stock except grip and added red dot. Does everything I need it to do. I also looked at the Ruger, slightly better finish. See them both routinely on sale for $500. For my second, if I ever do it, will be a build, in a different caliber. Good luck!
  13. I have two new Magpul MOE mil spec black stocks (MAG400) sitting around that I will not use. I purchased these with rifle kits and switched them out for the Magpul CTR which I like better. I'll include the CTR box and paperwork with decal with the purchase of the MOE stock. $20 each, $25 if need to be shipped ($45 shipped if you buy both). Can meet FTF in or around Fairview. If shipping, payment by paypal (friends & family) or USPS Money order. Let me know if you have any questions.
  14. I would love that trip. I hope you all enjoy it. I would suggest, if you have time, going up to see Big South Fork, and riding the train at Stearns, Kentucky. it goes through an old mining town. We really enjoyed that, and most people don't know about it.
  15. That sounds like a wonderful trip! Your grandson is lucky to have you two in his life. Have you all ever considered getting up to the headwaters of the Mississipi? It's a State Park, and a pretty wonderful place. Kind of awe inspiring to see what's there and think about what it becomes... ETA: https://www.dnr.state.mn.us/state_parks/park.html?id=spk00181#homepage
  16. I'm glad you like it. I'm making two more with different handle material...one which is already sold.
  17. Oh my. The pictures don’t do these knives justice. Beautiful work GT.
  18. Sounds like a nice trip. Stay safe and hope you guys don't have any mechanical troubles along the way!
  19. I’m going to go ahead and ask, because others have got to be thinking it also. Does that not make you think of “Don’t worry Sir; I’m from the internet”?
  20. I will say, in my opinion, cross bolt safeties on a lever action are an abomination. Avoid them at all cost.
  21. We are making plans to go on another fall trip. This time my sweetie found an article, in our Country Magazine, about a scenic trip along the upper Mississippi River. They have a Scenic Byway on both the Missouri, Iowa, and Illinois sides of the big river. We plan to drive to Moline Ill and view the John Deer Museum, and cross over the river into Missouri, then travel the Byway north that runs beside the river to Dubuque Iowa. Then crosses back over the Mississippi to Galena Illinois. We have plans to spend 3 weeks on this trip. We will be stopping at Galena, the Mississippi Palisades State Park, Moline, then cross the river to Hannibal Missouri. Explore that area of Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn, then travel on to Alton Ill, then on to St. Louis where my sweetie wants to go and see the Budweiser Clydesdales farm located there about. We have been shut ins because of the hot weather as I have asthma and can’t take the very hot times of the year. Air conditioning is my best friend right now. Was 98 here yesterday and with the heat index 111. Asthmatics have a hard time breathing in such conditions. Our plan is to leave here on Sept 16th and return by Oct 5th. Then we will spend the last 2 weeks of Oct in Ashville N C, and Pigeon Forge TN. The October trip has been our tradition for the past 15 years. The Great Smokey Mountain N P is one of my favorite destinations and we try and visit a couple times per year. We also like the Blueridge Parkway, out of Ashville N C, equally as well. We have plans to spend a week at each place and do some serious leaf peeping while there. We once hiked a lot, but at 71 and with my knee, and 69 with her bad hip, which is set to be replaced on the 4th of Nov, we can no longer go on long strenuous hikes. We do short ones and do most of our leaf peeping through the windshield now. Our first grandson (26) will be traveling with us. He has been all over the U S with us in our RV. Lack 3 states and he will have been in all the lower 48 states. He has Downs Syndrome and really enjoys our trips. He has a T V and his electronics in the back seat of our truck and enjoys them as we drive. He will be singing Charlie Pooth, Michel Jackson or Willie Nelson’s “On The Road Again,” or something else as we drive down the road. He also entertains himself off of satellite TV or Movies he watches on the TV screen mounted on the back of Mimi’s seat head rest. Talk about having it made! I will be taking my guns as Missouri and Iowa honors my TN Concealed Carry Permit; however, Illinois only allows me to have a gun in my truck and does not honor any states CCP. I also keep one(Mossberg 20 Ga) in my 5th wheel RV which I pull behind my truck. So I will be able to protect her, grandson, and myself should the issue be forced upon us. My sweetie carries also which is comforting. America is great, and God is good, guys!
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