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  1. School me on Lever Actions (please?)

    @meh Thank you and after a look through the Henry lineup this one looks like what I'm looking for: https://www.henryusa.com/rifles/big-boy-all-weather-side-gate/ Big Boy All-Weather Side Gate.44 Magnum/Special, .45 Colt, .357 Magnum/.38 Special and it even say's OK for leftys.. And buckhorn...
  2. School me on Lever Actions (please?)

    I've poked around this thread but was wondering what the consensus is for a 44 mag lever gun, for a lefty if that matters. My eyes have seen better days so I need a 4x scope. Looks like Henry or Rossi are the best options, with Winchester and Marlin not offering any .44 offerings. I'm not overly...
  3. Remington parts?

    Look on gunbroker, they have lots of parts and if you are looking for just a barrel you don't have to involve an FFL
  4. Taurus revolvers?

    Carl at Four Seasons told me he won't sell them due to quality problems and the company not backing up defective units. Lots of options with new and used Smiths and Rugers
  5. Nighthawk Customs 1911 Build - 10mm or 45acp?

    Have fun, get what you want.
  6. Nighthawk Customs 1911 Build - 10mm or 45acp?

    Before I spent $4,300 on a semi custom gun, I'd give Greg Derr a call. I had a full custom 1911 in .45 done for $2500 10 years ago. Do you reload? If you have the equipment 10mm is an option, if you don't reload stick to a .45
  7. Steyr AUG M1 A3 Purchase

    My plan, move in 5 years, buy an AUG
  8. What's your favorite .22 LR rifle? (Non semi auto)

    Winchester model 62. I had a Taurus clone for my kids and it came with a kid and an adult size butt stock. I sold it off to a member.
  9. What to look for in a Python?

    I blame the Walking Dead for the price increase. Tim at Gartman told me to watch out for timing on Pythons and that it was tough to fix, just passing it along
  10. Semi auto shotgun

    Buying a Charles Daly shotgun is like buying a Westinghouse TV, different designs renting a well known name. Finding instructions on how to take apart can be tough as well as finding parts. You do need to keep the gas system clean so you do have to take it apart. Film your work so you have some...
  11. Shotgun Barrel Ding

    A competent gunsmith should be able to remove the ding, and don't shoot it until it's fixed and tested on a stand.
  12. Well I bought another HK.

    I had a HK USP 45 pistol that I bought because it could be reconfigured to a lefty safety. It took me 9 months to acquire the $75 part and the only person I could find to assemble it was backlogged 18 months, so I sold it. Fine gun but there was a hefty HK tax for ownership
  13. Gunsmith recommendations Framingham/Natick

    As does his co worker. They have worked on dozens of mine.
  14. Best MA-compliant Government Frame 1911?

    Live a little and have Greg Derr build you what you want.
  15. Educate me on the Ruger Deerfield Carbine

    I had a Ruger Deerfield second gen, the mag fed one, not the tube fed one. I bought it in 2001 and sold it to a board member last year after sitting in my safe for too long. I shot 240 and 270 gn loads, both store bought and hand loaded. Lifetime with the gun I shot it about 400 times ( I keep...
  16. What can I do with my circa 2009 AR lowers?

    Pretend it is 2009 and follow all the laws of the time, nothing has changes except for the bloviation of one certain individual with a little boy hair cut. SAT word of the day bloviation
  17. Glock 43X trigger SUCKS and hurts my finger - Can I replace it with a better one?

    I agree with you on the trigger, it kept blistering my finger. I replaced it with: https://www.lonewolfdist.com/Detail.aspx?PROD=919469 and all is good now. Not to hard to do after watching a few YouTube videos
  18. Punch broke off inside the bolt catch of my AR15. Help please

    Time to bring it to a gunsmith, as a wise man one said.....
  19. .22 revolver question.

    I bought a Ruger SP101 in .22 and gave it to Tim at Gartman Arms to tune. One heck of a gun. Remember not to dry fire .22 revolvers, they even eat .22 snap caps.
  20. Thoughts on what to do with sks

    Send the trigger group to SKS triggers, improve the safety of the SKS carbines For $65 you will get a much improved, safer trigger. I did a post on it $68 SKS trigger job by Kivaari - Wow! He does good work cheap and this is easy
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