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jonathon1289 last won the day on October 4 2014

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  1. I filed a few days ago for my wife and I. $250 if/when it arrives buys some more ammo..... One thing I read said that the absolute earliest any settlements would be mailed was January 2020 (01/24/2020 I believe?) due to the discovery process and court proceedings? If true I am fine with waiting to do my small part in making them pay.
  2. Disclaimer - this pistol belongs to a family member, but is in my possession and all communication / transaction will be with me. They bought this, shot it then bought a 43x when it released several months later. This is offered for sale only, no trades. A bill of sale is requested - buyer's name and the SN on a basic form is sufficient. With that out of the way, used Glock 43. Exact round count is unknown, 300-500 guesstimate. Includes the case and two magazines, one of the mags has a Pearce +0 pinky extension installed. Stock sights. There is some very light holster wear, and the mag release has been flipped to the right side (for a left handed shooter). Located in Columbia but can meet around the area. Asking $375.
  3. I had a SSA-E once and it was great. But then I received a MBT2 (not long after first release I think) and it was great. I ended up selling the SSA-E and went with the MBT2 in all my ARs except one (ALG single stage in a carbine). Great trigger especially with the $87 price. When I ordered my last with the Cyber Monday deal I was told by a rep they were over 60k sold already. I don't recall hearing the final before Christmas tally.
  4. They will read them for free. They don't, or at least are not supposed to, clear them for you.
  5. If I was buying something today I would also look at one to connect to a phone app, as they (at least the couple I looked at briefly last year) offer a whole lot more information and can even record some performance data to your phone for review. I have this one from Amazon, bought it years ago and have used it a handful of times. Autel AutoLink AL319 OBD2 Scanner Automotive Engine Fault Code Reader CAN Scan Tool
  6. I received a larger refund this year, which was a nice surprise because I had adjusted my withholding and was expecting less of a refund. But we received the child credit on both kids this year which resulted in the large refund and a net tax payment 50% less than the prior year. My effective tax rate went dropped from 13.x% to 11.x% before the child credit, which then dropped us down to 6.x%. I paid 50% less tax this year than last year, and my taxable income went up by 15k so we are happy.
  7. I'm putting together a 18" rifle build with FSB and need a rear sight. Figured I would ask here before buying. Detachable carry handle or a fixed (not folding) rear sight as I intend for this to remain irons only. Found one.
  8. I have an Atlas, it was tough for me to shell out $300 for a bipod but I hated the Harris style bipods I had at the time. The Atlas ended up being well worth the price. A couple of months ago I bought the Magpul bipod. I haven't had many chances to shoot lately, but the couple of range trips I made it has worked well off of the bench, holding up an 11# rifle. I bought the ARMS style and LaRue QD mount, so total investment was about $150. If you have a dedicated rifle to leave it on then it is a no brainer at $90ish for the mlok or pic style IMO.
  9. I hated the Magpul AFG, pretty sure it is still in my parts box. I ended up with a vertical grip on two ARs (Magpul VFG and BCM short VFG). When I was outfitting my CZ Scorpion I tried a Strike Industries Link angled grip and it stayed. The grip area is larger and is comfortable for me to use. I don't think either style has helped accuracy but both are comfortable for my shooting positions.
  10. I was excited to see the leaks and the official announcement, particularly for the mags. The 30 round mags make some PCC stages troublesome (reload required) and there are very limited extension options out there. I really like the grip (Yeti Wurks) and mag paddle (Shooters Element) I have installed so will likely keep them but it is great to see a large company jump into supporting this firearm. Also, if you haven't seen them PSA has a 35 round mag that fits the Scorpion. I just ordered two the other day to test out for $20 each but that won't stop me from grabbing the Magpul version when available. https://palmettostatearmory.com/psa-ak-v-9x19mm-35-round-u9-patterned-magazine-5165448274.html
  11. I haven't seen one in store that I recall, but I bought one online a couple of years ago. It works great IMO - I carry an extra Glock mag in my front pocket. The mag comes out easily and the "snag" works to catch on my jeans every time.
  12. Agree with the points made - don't touch the bulb directly and check out some of the "drop-in" LED kits. There are multiple $40ish kits on Amazon with good reviews if you want to stay on the cheap side, and better kits that go up from there available elsewhere. Additionally, brightness and to some degree longevity will depend on the bulb type. My car calls for 9006 bulbs which are terrible, but 9012 bulbs are much brighter while remaining safe - from a voltage and other driver perspective.
  13. So was I..... I have watched several in similar condition sell for this price recently without the ammo (not here). Sold pending meet.

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