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    Roger9mm you know they sell swap-able Trigger groups that have another selector position ????

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    Quote Originally Posted by anm2_man View Post
    Roger9mm you know they sell swap-able Trigger groups that have another selector position ????
    Yes sir.. I have no $ lol. How is that xd40 treating ya?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger9mm View Post
    Yes sir.. I have no $ lol. How is that xd40 treating ya?
    Absolutely GREAT. I ran about 500 thru it the first couple of months, but alas it hasn't been out for the last 2-3 months. Bought one of those Springfield 911 in .380. Been busy with it. Both good and bad. Its already made a trip back to the factory (Due to user error or a design problem - Long story). After going thru a couple hundred rounds, I realized I need to fix that $.38 / round cost. Had to start reloading for it - That takes time. But the .40 is quite accurate for my old eyes. I'm happy with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elguapo View Post
    Way cool. That thing take an AR bayonet?
    Yes sir! I sold the folding stock, bought an ONG wood stock. She's done now. I end up with this shotgun and $60 in my pocket. I'm a happy camper.


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    Quote Originally Posted by anm2_man View Post
    Absolutely GREAT. I ran about 500 thru it the first couple of months, but alas it hasn't been out for the last 2-3 months. Bought one of those Springfield 911 in .380. Been busy with it. Both good and bad. Its already made a trip back to the factory (Due to user error or a design problem - Long story). After going thru a couple hundred rounds, I realized I need to fix that $.38 / round cost. Had to start reloading for it - That takes time. But the .40 is quite accurate for my old eyes. I'm happy with it.
    I am glad it worked out well for both sides. I just converted that glock over to 9mm and use it as my edc. Posting more pics to not get fully off topic.

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    Since the picture links were bad I figured I would repost these

    Definitely far from an AR. This is my Martini .310 Cadet in the original chambering. Once I got a load figured out I was astounded by the accuracy, even with iron sights.

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    Couple of levers, 336BL in 30-30 and my 1895 SBL in 45-70.

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    Here is my FDE Tavor, not an AR.

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    Here is my ARish SIG 556R in 7.62x39

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    Me Likey!
    "I'm not good with the technical jargon. All I know is I flip the button thingy and I can see toncs at night. Don't complicate it.
    Kinda like bayonets; pointy end goes into the other guy. Simple." Carlos M. Roman

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    Me likey that Martini!
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    AK I purchased with the intent to demill and rebuild. But... I think I'm just going to keep it as is.


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