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Number of Posts:181
Registered on:7/22/2013
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re: Buying a Tundra - Buck_Rogers
[quote]Ugly trucks[/quote] Maybe, but at least they are reliable. Unlike union made garbage....
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re: school me on 1911's.... thinking of getting a kimber - Buck_Rogers
[quote]Yea it has a MIMed frame...[/quote] Are you sure about this, or did you mean an investment cast frame? MIM and investment casting are two different animals....
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re: school me on 1911's.... thinking of getting a kimber - Buck_Rogers
Metal Injection Molding. It's a precise way to make parts without having to machine them. Basically, powdered metal and a binder are mixed and fed into moldings. After the molding sets, the part is heated to extreme temperatures which basically melts the metal dust into one solid part while the bond...
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re: school me on 1911's.... thinking of getting a kimber - Buck_Rogers
[quote]And a question on MIM parts. I really know very little about the process of creating them. Why are they less desirable?[/quote] MIM has come a long way since it was first used in manufacturing, yet many still hold on to the old thought that it is a poor process to use. Much like cast was nev...
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re: What is the most accurate/affordable pistol on the market? - Buck_Rogers
Sig 210. If you look around, you can find a used one in decent condition for just over a grand....
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re: suggestions for an AK - Buck_Rogers
I don't think you can go wrong with any of them as far as reliability is concerned. Cheaper ones like the Romanian WASR aren't as pretty and have had issues with canted sights, but always go bang. The Yugo variants are the only ones that I kbow of who didn't chrome line the bores. I never hear anyth...
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re: suggestions for an AK - Buck_Rogers
I don't think you can go wrong with any of them as far as reliability is concerned. Cheaper ones like the Romanian WASR aren't as pretty and have had issues with canted sights, but always go bang. The Yugo variants are the only ones that I kbow of who didn't chrome line the bores. I never hear anyth...
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re: Anyone else find this stuff scary? - Buck_Rogers
[quote]Negative, most accidents occur in a persons home...[/quote] Negative. Most accidents happen in the home, because more time is spent at the home on average. This is the same reasoning as saying most car accidents happen within 1 mile of the home. Well, of course they do, since you always ha...
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re: Anyone else find this stuff scary? - Buck_Rogers
[quote]So are there no preventative measures...[/quote] Your best preventative measure to not dieing is to stay home. You have a better chance of death in a car wreck on your way to Grand Isle, unless you are old and weak. I don't understand how people ever live when they constantly worry about die...
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re: Posting one's entire gun collection online - Buck_Rogers
I think it's a bad idea on account of thieves. As far as the government goes; when they decide to use that type of information to start seizing guns is when I start using them....
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re: Remington 870 tactical vs Mossberg 500 tactical - POLL TIME - Buck_Rogers
I don't think you can wrong with either, but for what it's worth Mossberg is the only shotgun to pass the Mil-Spec 3443E test....
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re: What are the boards thoughts on the .357 Sig? Is it superior to the .40 Cal? - Buck_Rogers
Are you telling me that, with only a handgun, you would actively seek out a target at 100+ yards, when that target has a rifle and you nor any one on your side is in imminent danger? That is what combat is defined as in my book. Other than that, it is self defense....
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re: What are the boards thoughts on the .357 Sig? Is it superior to the .40 Cal? - Buck_Rogers
I was a Ranger for 17 years. I can tell you that no Ranger would appreciate being called a trooper. Yes we were troopers at one time, but we worked hard to earn that Ranger badge....
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re: What are the boards thoughts on the .357 Sig? Is it superior to the .40 Cal? - Buck_Rogers
Back in my day, one had to be a level II or higher trooper to become a Ranger....
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re: What are the boards thoughts on the .357 Sig? Is it superior to the .40 Cal? - Buck_Rogers
My bet is he's talking about a Texas state trooper....
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re: What are the boards thoughts on the .357 Sig? Is it superior to the .40 Cal? - Buck_Rogers
[quote]POShits they are[/quote] I like to think of them as disposable....
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re: How do I get rid of crabgrass in my lawn? - Buck_Rogers
Dantiger, I'd like to see some pictures of your results....
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re: What are the boards thoughts on the .357 Sig? Is it superior to the .40 Cal? - Buck_Rogers
[quote]40 s&w = 155 grains, 582 lbs/ft [/quote] This is a very hot round loaded above SAAMI pressures. Buffalo Bore even warns against using these in unsuppoorted chambers such as found in Glocks. ...
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re: What are the boards thoughts on the .357 Sig? Is it superior to the .40 Cal? - Buck_Rogers
[quote]Originally envisioned as a do-all combat round. [/quote] What some call a "combat round" is nothing but a glorified term for a self defense round. No one in their right mind would willingly go into combat with nothing more than a handgun, when they could use a rifle. As Colonel Cooper said....
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re: What are the boards thoughts on the .357 Sig? Is it superior to the .40 Cal? - Buck_Rogers
Please enlighten me on what the 10mm was originally designed for. Maybe the recoil was a myth and maybe it wasn't, but no one can argue that the 40 did not start off as a full power 10mm....
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