Similar to the crusher run mentioned above, I use recycled concrete. It packs quite well but still drains excellent, looks like crushed stone (without the tire plowing that stone does) and is a bit cheaper than stone products.
Tapco made the mags for Masterpiece Arms. They work so much better than standard Sten or Indian mags. The Brit mags, when loaded to capacity jam because the rounds wedge in the mag. Brass rails added to the Indian ones were supposed to stop it but I’ve still had them wedge.
I made a Mk2 SBR (stamped) because I can’t stand 16” barrels on sub-guns. Indy Ordinance bolt and tube, rest of the parts from a demil kit. I salt blued it myself, but if you glass bead it before the salt bath, it’s close to Park looks wise.
I’ve been shooting my whole life. But always on private property with friends. It took joining a club and the action shooting community to meet the people you’re talking about. You also have to remember that within the firearms community there are divisions as to what should be legal. Just...
I remember. But that was Watertown. Trying that shit where the houses aren’t that close together won’t fly.
Slightly unrelated anecdote: My neighbor across the street is a 70yo woman that lives alone. A car went off the road into her side yard. She called 911 and as the first cruiser got...
MK Tek for me as well. He’ll spend as much time as you need to set up a combination that works for you. He said my clip/strap preference is unusual, but that gun and holster take a beating and stay put. Not sure where you are, but he’s in Rockland MA.