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TGO David

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  1. I don't think any of that really matters to these people. It didn't matter to them that the deceased was a criminal thug, either. They are propping him up as a victim. That whole culture dumbfounds me.
  2. https://www.wlbt.com/2019/06/14/dps-gangster-disciples-have-called-deaths-police-officers The deceased's church youth-group is now calling for peaceful protests against law enforcement officers.
  3. @Ratfink ... Please update the group on the status of this item? Thanks!
  4. https://heavy.com/news/2019/06/brandon-webber/ More on the deceased.
  5. Price lowered to $110 shipped. It won't go any lower than this. I'm listing it on Facebook next.
  6. Like New! Agency Arms Drop-In Trigger for Gen 5 Glock 17 or 19. Used for about a month. Switched out for a Zev trigger to match the Zev slide because I am OCD like that. Agency MSRP is $160. Midway gets $150 but is backordered for God knows how long. I'll sell it for $110 shipped to your door. Paypal only. Marketing verbiage: The Agency Arms Drop-In Flat Faced Trigger is a huge improvement over the OEM Glock trigger, and has an incredibly short and crisp reset and smooth overall travel. It features an aluminum flat shoe with an OEM polished trigger bar and OEM minus connector set to 3.5 lbs. The flat shoe is available in black or grey. Compatible with Gen 5 Glock 17 and 19 pistols.
  7. If that's where you're storing your magazines...
  8. Price lowered to $475 for Memorial Day weekend.
  9. There's a lot of truth in that.
  10. It really is. Jeck @ Rocket City Stippling does amazing work. I can't recommend him enough.
  11. Sure! I like taking pics of guns!
  12. Photos do not do these knives justice! Thanks again, GT!
  13. I'd keep the Shield. That's what I did. Prices for them on the primary market are low enough right now that folks expect you to give them away on the secondary market. It's a good "mowing the yard" gun, or "washing the car", etc.
  14. Benchmade's massive booth at NRAAM 2019 was never empty of attendees ogling their knives. I wanted to ask if anyone had been making dickish comments to them, but figured I also didn't want them to tell me I was the first to bring it up. While neither the NRA nor the average member are necessarily paragons of unwavering, uncompromising, support of the Second Amendment, the crowd seemed to have move on past the "cutting up of guns" unlike most of the Internet.
  15. TGO David

    TAURUS TX22

    My buddy and podcast co-host, Mark, got his TX22 this week and loves it. He's not quick to heap undeserved praise on a gun, so this is a very strong endorsement from a guy who works in the industry and handles more different guns in a week than a lot of folks will see in several months.
  16. That nitrided 416-R stainless steel is going to be fun to dimple. If you have access to a drill press, chock an end mill cutter of the appropriate size into it and use that to spot-face the dimples to get through the hardened layer. You'll eat up a bunch of regular drill bits otherwise.
  17. I've made some changes to my formerly-stock Gen5 Glock 19 and more changes are on the way... I had good intentions of leaving this one stock. And then I had the frame stippled by Jeck at Rocket City Stippling. That was clearly the gateway drug to yet another pile of OEM parts left lying on my workbench.
  18. I bought the SLR Rifleworks jig and used it to dimple the Ballistics Advantage barrel on my recent .300BLK build. I wouldn't trust using set screws without the barrel being dimpled. What's the brand and model of the barrel you are using?
  19. Apex has you carefully remove the trigger, trigger bar, and sear assembly together and then reinstall them the same way. What Scott told me was that S&W puts the sear in first and then rams the trigger bar into it as they drop in the trigger. This can bend it slightly. Not a big deal with the factory S&W sear actuator, but it can cause problems with the Apex forward set sear actuator.
  20. Bumping this back to the top. I've got another project I want to start on so this big boy really needs to go in order to make way for it.

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