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Gotthegoods last won the day on June 17

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  1. Stabilizing Brace on a PPS-43C?

    Why does this quote from Atlas Shrugged haunt me: There's no way to rule innocent men. The only power any government has is to crack down on criminals. Well, when there aren't enough criminals, one makes them. One declares so many things to be a crime that it becomes impossible for men to live without breaking laws. Who wants a nation of law-abiding citizens? What's there in that for anyone? But just pass the kinds of laws that can neither be observed nor enforced nor objectively interpreted—and you create a nation of lawbreakers—and then you cash in on guilt. Now that's the system, Mr. Rearden, that's the game, and once you understand it, you'll be much easier to deal with."
  2. Stabilizing Brace on a PPS-43C?

    To clarify, remove the butt plate, sorry. Retain the two legs Attach brace to legs. My original plan was to SBR it, just considering a possible and faster alternative.
  3. Rural King has a sale on the Canik TP9SA

    I keep forgetting we have a RK near Knoxville
  4. Stabilizing Brace on a PPS-43C?

    It's not in SBR form. The attached complete folding stock is still in permanently disabled configuration. Being a novelty firearm of recent manufacture, a legal, un-restricted modification would be cheaper and easier to later transfer and/or transport than a trusted firearm
  5. Being thrifty, I have been looking at different ways to make my more functional. I may have stumbled on to a solution using and AK brace. I'll need to do some more measuring and research, but here's what I have: 1. Remove buttstock and destroy 2. Extend legs of non functional stock and lock permanently. 3. Attach stabilizing brace to legs of stock. Or, totally remove stock and see if I can attack a hinged type. More research and measuring needed. Thoughts, opinions, advice?
  6. My next project - 22lr Gatling Gun

    New career: specialized period movie prop guy, live action, why CGI just won't work. With period correct uniforms spanning it's service life, not only the prop guy, but in the movie and credits as Gatlin Gun Operator #1........Hozzie Seriously though, a lot of history can be taught, from manufacture to end use for fun and organized demonstrations. Good luck, please keep us posted!
  7. Got to meet!!!

    .380, all of South America can't be wrong. After checking out ShootingtheBull, I bought some precision one. He did the tests, so it should work. Runs reliably through my Kimber Micro. Did not reliably extract from the FI (and no, Doug is not just not finding out as he reads this) Comparing the FI to a similar era Llama i once owned, I think the FI is a little better. Prag, thank you for your friendship as well!
  8. Got to meet!!!

    Doug /Erik, Thank you for the kind words, it is my pleasure to have had the opportunity to meet both of you. Regarding the transaction, Bulk Hungarian 7.62x25 brass, non corrosive. Cleaning out the closet sale price, under promised and over delivered! We did some trading, my favorite, to complete the deal. BG is know the proud owner of an FI Industries Mod D .380 with the coolest roll mark ever "Wash DC" It fits Doug's needs as it adds another .380 to his standard defense caliber. I'm pretty happy as it took a neat gun from a drawer and gave it a new life in the daylight with someone who will appreciate and use it.
  9. Steel Guide Rods... Have you ever broken a plastic one???

    My 75B is an 06 model with thousands of rounds fired. Replaced the recoil spring at some point, used the original plastic guide rod. Sent to CGW, returned with new, but plastic guide rod. If non metal is interior, why weren't all these firearms designed using metal? Save a few bucks doesn't make sense since so many are duty rated and approved Mil/LEO firearms. It is plastic; inspect periodically for damage or wear. If metal is superior, KAHR shouldn't have to recommend replacing the entire metal assembly after only 2500 - 3000 rounds.
  10. Knoxville Civic Coliseum Prohibited?

    Posted and last time I was there bag searches and wanding
  11. That It for Butch?

    My disappointment comes from seeing occasional great execution. They have some talent and can win. Yes, the players have to perform, but the coach is the person who takes that individual talent to obtain consistent, successful team execution. If Butch and his staff don't have that intangible skill, they need to find work elsewhere.
  12. Just thought I would ask?

    CZ52 and a PPS-43c
  13. .357 sig

    John, if for recreational or novelty purposes, go back 70ish years and look at 7.62x25 tok. I think this is cool little round, new mfg available on line, PPU actually makes a HP. The guns that shoot it however, are not necessarily shining examples of higher end, precision made, comfortable shooting delivery systems. Of the handguns, the CZ (vz.) 52 uses a neat roller-delayed system and sports a Buck Rogers look. I've got one - from the internet, seems to be the best made/assembled of bunch but I havent handled a TT or it's clones. Recoil is minimum, ergos were a secondary or tertiary consideration. Parts are available from Harrington. I recently obtained a PPS-43c; cold war stamped steel goodness. Choices are limited if you end up going down this rabbit hole...come on down and join me.
  14. The Gorilla the antis haven't identified (yet)

    If we as gun owners start being more diligent with securing extra firearms, it should reduce the 200,000 per annum theft rate, shows we proactively using responsible and reasonable precautions and helps take away the argument. As I originally posted, a few of my extra guns are not stored in my safe and secure only until a drawer is opened. How inconvenient is it to lock up, then access the extras? Not too. Tactically sound to lock them up? Normally have a gun on me and not likely to experience a John Wick style home invasion requiring multiple handguns stashed in critical locations.

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