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The road to 1,000 was quite a boring journey for the Glock 43, Taurus Slim and Walther PPS, which continued to run with five-minute breaks between strings of 100 rounds. All three evaluators rotated and pushed these pistols through several rapid-fire sessions at near-80-degree temperatures. After the 1,000-round mark was met, Eric Poole decided to push all three pistols through one final program he calls the “typewriter test.” This drill draws from different loads and bullet weights staggered in each magazine — usually leftover ammunition from other tests. Though all loads were of Winchester’s manufacture, the audible report heard through ear muffs is akin to a typewriter smacking paper. Springs and small parts must instantly react to the changing pressures resulting from different loads.These last 50 rounds did nothing to affect the performance of these pistols. The Glock 43, Taurus 709 Slim and Walther PPS all successfully pushed to 1,050 rounds fired.
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Bought a beat up Type 53 that I'm gonna save and a Yugo SKS
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Yep it has tech sights! Came with the originals as well. I won't be able to fire it for a few weeks, but the sight picture feels natural when shouldering it. I'm on the hunt for some inert grenades or a golf ball launcher for the grenade launcher.Nice Yugo, looks like it has tech sights on it? Lemme know how you like em as i have been thinking about trying out the tech sights. IDK if its the pic but did the previous owner cut the stock on that T53?
I like the corncob forend. What did you use for stain?