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1968 No. 1968 ID: 2e672b hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
The purpose of this thread is to post dirty guns.

Mention how many rounds were fired through them, what type of ammo was used and how hard they were to clean.

Bonus points (but not required) for additional info.
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>> No. 2001 ID: d7fa88
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Couple hundred Wolff 230gr Ball.

Last range trip was Thanksgiving time 2012
Never bothered tho clean it.

Who bothers to clean Glocks anyway, unless they are truly atrocious ... ?
>> No. 2002 ID: d7fa88
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That ring ... The hood marks in the gunk .. :)
0 malfunctions with ball. Ever. Though that is the standard line I kind of go by. Feed a Glock Ball, and you will never have a problem. Ever.
In the mags .. Win RA45T .. they do just fine as well.
>> No. 2107 ID: 6efaef
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PTR-91 bolt assembly, after only 20 rounds... kinda dirty, but it wiped right away
>> No. 2111 ID: 6efaef
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shitty pic of a pretty dirty gun after a carbine class
>> No. 2174 ID: 338a69
I posted these a while back. My grandfathered S&W 2206 probably was never cleaned since my dad bought it back in the mid 90s.

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2077 No. 2077 ID: 6efaef hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
A probably needless tutorial, but content is content.

Step 1: Assemble the shit you need:

1. Gun
2. New grips
3. High quality precision screw driving tool
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>> No. 2081 ID: 6efaef
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Step 3a:

The other side.
>> No. 2082 ID: 6efaef
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Step 4:

Verify your mags still fit properly and the new grips don't rattle or move around when gripping the weapon.
>> No. 2083 ID: 6efaef
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Then try to take a pic of it in better light.

Fail, and promise to try again with better lighting and a better camera.

I will try again with better lighting and a better camera.
>> No. 2102 ID: f6543f
How do the new grips compare to the old - do they have the same profile? Is the checkering difference noticeable?
>> No. 2103 ID: 6efaef

Slightly thinner, which is neither here nor there. The checkering is better than the plastic, which to me always felt a little slick.

What I really didn't like about the plastic grips is that sometimes when shooting I could sort of feel them flex and bend. That may be more a function of the single screw attachment than the material, but if I can get away from that I would be happy.

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2084 No. 2084 ID: 6efaef hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Another topic that probably doesn't need to be gone through, but in case you ever need to do this, here's how.

Yes my other desk is messy as fuck, don't judge.

So the Sig Mosquito is kind of a shitty gun. I picked this one up here on Opchan and took it out to the range a couple of times. As the internet states, it does not enjoy a wide range of ammo, and pretty much only shot reliably with CCI.

Another thing that the internet says, is that Gemtech's replacement barrel solves this problem, and is threaded in a standard dimension as well in case a silencer is desired (we will see).

So, I asked Gemtech if they planned on making any more of them, and they said "maybe". I signed up for email alerts and a few months later they sent an email saying they had exactly 23 barrels, one of which I purchased.
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>> No. 2093 ID: 6efaef
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put the screws back in, make sure you put in the little spring stopper thingy, and re-assemble.
>> No. 2094 ID: 6efaef
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and done.
>> No. 2095 ID: c17aca
>Supposedly improves the gun a billion times over.

So you mean it still sucks, even with the new barrel?

I kid, I kid
>> No. 2096 ID: 6efaef

We'll see how it goes.

If it doesn't improve things drastically this will go straight up on gunbroker.
>> No. 2097 ID: 5c0e1d

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3628 No. 3628 ID: 10f34c hide watch expand quickreply [Reply] [Last 50 posts]
Note: This thread was originally posted by me December 2011 and lost in the Great Fiasco. I now present it again in its entirety.

So I just reloaded all my loose 7.5x55 Swiss brass. Let's start from the beginning.

Here's my bench, made from 2x6 cutoffs and a couple of 2x4's. 30"tall x 4' long x 2' wide, screwed together, glued, reinforced and sealed with a couple of coats of polyurethane.
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>> No. 3680 ID: b93bdd
I mean hand primer vs the safety prime
>> No. 3681 ID: 9a4cd1
Great posts would you mind detailing the process one might go through to determine the proper powder to use for a particular cartridge? I'm looking to build a precision rifle in .260rem and haven't had too much trouble choosing most components other than powder. Is there any major factors to consider when choosing the appropriate brand and etc?
>> No. 3682 ID: f1f2a8
you need to consider burn rate, energy density and load density, costs and availability. you won't get insight into most of those without trying or quickloading, so the easiest way is to search for recommendations of experienced loaders.
>> No. 3683 ID: d07210
Don't have any reloading equipment, but I am saving my GP11 brass for when I have some.

A fudd at the range told me I can't reload GP11 ammo because they use Berdan primers.

Is he full of shit?
>> No. 3684 ID: 42e9c9
you can reload berdan primed cases. there are several approaches from simply priming with berdan primers again to converting the case to boxers. you'll figure out the most practical solution when it's time.

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2009 No. 2009 ID: 0a9437 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
So, my Colt used to belong to my dad before he gave it to me as payment. It's a post ban and had a pinned brake and bayoless FSB. It also had an old(late 90s) ugly, heavy, out of spec rail on it.

I wanted to put regular handguards on it. So I dremeled around the pin on the muzzle brake, it wasn't welded, and pulled the pin out with a vice grip. It came out fine, with no damage to the barrel, and I put a plain Phantom flash hider on it. I then went to take off the FSB and it was being a major bitch. Turns out the gunsmith put the damn taper pins in the wrong way. I checked it with a caliper and they were definitely in backwards. Anyway, I dremeled those fuckers out and now I'm going to pick up a regular FSB with a bayo lug.
>> No. 2010 ID: 1341b4
Don't take anything for granted. There's a "usual" direction for the taper pins. But there are so many damn exceptions, I wouldn't bother trying to remove them without checking first.
>> No. 2013 ID: a468a6
In fact, Smith & Wesson ream their M&P rifles in the opposite direction as the vast majority of people.
>> No. 2014 ID: 1341b4
They also install with a 20 ton press or something. Shit is tighter than hell. Ask me how I know...

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1759 No. 1759 ID: c3e6b2 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Someone on /k/inder is making this. It's like a full circle with P90 now.
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>> No. 1889 ID: c3e6b2
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These works with upper that doesn't need buffer tube
>> No. 1935 ID: 0a7788
Any updates on this gun? I'm extremely interested on seeing the outcome.
>> No. 1944 ID: 6977ee
they posted a update on reddit a week ago.
>> No. 1945 ID: 123dc5
A portfolio of his work on imgur.
>> No. 1946 ID: c3e6b2
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Thank you for the link got some of the STL file downloaded but it's made in Solidwork 2013 don't have that version... yet

I was thinking what about getting his files and modify it to have these "casting plugs" (in red) in the trigger/hammer pin hole, trigger hole and fire select. So technically it would be an 80% lower which means someone can print it and "share" as 80%. All you have to do is cut out the plug clean up the hole carefully like a model kit.

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547 No. 547 ID: 394c39 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Look what I picked up today, paid for it couple months ago. Call them Thursday and they say I can come pick it up. They had 5 nuggets left in the box so they just put them on the shelve and let me have the crate.

It barely fit in my Scion xB I had to scoot the front passanger seat forward a little for it to fit. It was kinda funny I walk in the gun store and there was a bunch people waiting for range, I walk up to the counter and told them I am here to pick up the crate and two of the people came out behind the counter and help me load it in to the car. It was all mysterious and everything.

I went back into the gun store looking around and one of the lady who was waiting ask me what's in the box?
me "Nothing... nothing at all" then I left.
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>> No. 617 ID: 30d3db
Friend of mine know I like nuggets and posted a picture of local gun store with a crate of nugget, jokingly I made a post of their Facebook page asking how much would they sell the crate. The reply and tell me to call the owner, it was $65 for the crate.
>> No. 627 ID: 361c0a
I've got one of these in my basement that I got from a local gun shop a couple years ago. They had two and I asked if I could take one, they checked it to make sure it was empty and I took it out free of charge.
>> No. 1423 ID: 4bcb07
I wish any local shops around me had a nuggetcrate. I wanna make a table, dammit.
>> No. 1424 ID: 627ca2
I have the measurement here >>/z/720

You can make your own crate
>> No. 1943 ID: eb37bc
>"Nothing... nothing at all" then I left.

Like a boss.
Shit made me laugh.

Personally (as a carpenter) I'd want to get a nugget crate as a camping box/table.

Just mount four solid legs onto it (fold up, screw on, however) and add folding table wings on the sides (so the lid can be cleared off to open more easily, and viola a great way to store shit in a table, be perfect to take camping.

That or I may just look for some scrap wood I can make a copy out of.

>the box itself is 29x13x5.5
Good to know, if I decide to fabricate one for myself.
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1592 No. 1592 ID: c6755d hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
I took the mag disconnect safety out of my Hi Power today. While I was at the shooting range the trigger stopped resetting about half of the time and I had to manually pull the trigger forward to reset it.

So I took it down a few times at the range and, being unfamiliar with the Hi Power platform, took a little while to figure out what was wrong with it.

Turns out it was the magazine disconnect. I started suspecting it when I realized that when the trigger didn't reset, if I hit the mag release the trigger would then reset.
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>> No. 1608 ID: d0bddf
Nice HP.

Have you ever considered installing an SFS kit? No real reason to, but if I ever got an HP, I'd pull out the mag safety & put in an SFS, just for fun & mechanical novelty value.
>> No. 1609 ID: 601156
  When I took mine out I found this method much easier.

Only required taking off the slide, knocking out one pic, then wiggling the disconnect out through the mag well.
>> No. 1611 ID: c6755d

Thanks, thought about it but I like having it how it's meant to be. Maybe someday, though, seems like a cool idea for carrying it.


I actually watched that video and tried it that way but I couldn't get it to come free. That's when I ended up having to take out the pins to get it to come out.

I think I was doing something wrong when trying to wiggle it out from the mag well? Not sure. Either way, I envy you being able to do it that way.
>> No. 1612 ID: 601156

I had to wiggle it around a bit, and slightly pull on the trigger to get it to maneuver into a better position, but didn't have too much trouble.
>> No. 1942 ID: eb37bc
Can't blame you for removing the mag safety, I pulled mine from my HiPoint .45 months ago.

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1799 No. 1799 ID: 9eaa48 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
I bought a Glock 17 with the intention of reducing the grip. I may fuck it up royally or, I may get it reduced and my wife still doesn't like it. There is only a slim chance of success.

The gun should get here late next week. This pic is of my G19. I'm trying to figure out what can be relieved.

Does anyone have a M&P9 and a caliper?
>> No. 1806 ID: a26a45
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Fiddling with anything above the magazine release is risky business if you ask me. I'd chicken out and talk with a professional about what exactly the problem is and what you'd like done and where.

Although I guess if you cock it up enough to mess up internals, you can just buy a replacement, aftermarket frame like the Lone Wolf Timberwolf or whatever.
>> No. 1807 ID: 9eaa48
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The stuff above the mag release is going to be relieved equal the the already existing dip. There is a lot of extra plastic there. And I will probably only do it on the other side where her trigger finger goes. I just didn't have a good flipped over gun pic. This pic is a better example.

If I fuck it up I will consider trying a Timberwolf. I looked at them, but the thing that turns me off is no return policy. You are supposed to buy the thing and love it? You can't hold it anywhere, how can they expect people to like a gun sight unseen?
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Jesus christ, and I thought factory Glocks were hideous
>> No. 1931 ID: eb37bc

If you want ugly, try a HiPoint.
That said have still yet to have a single stoppage or any malfunction with mine, it's .45, so who cares.

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1893 No. 1893 ID: 1f0cd1 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
I know this isn't exactly fudd-central, but do any of you have any experience with a Browning A Bolt? My friend got one used, and low and behold, it's safety won't engage (as in, it's always on fire).
Apparently, this is a somewhat common problem, though often times reversed (safety won't switch off). I have googled and googled trying to find a way to fix her particular problem, with no results. She has called Browning, and they told her to send it in to them, or seek a licensed gunsmith.

Anyone have experience with this problem?
>> No. 1894 ID: 29caff
Just send it in? I suspect Browning will pick up the tab.

Check with them. Safety is not a matter to take lightly, even on a bolt action.

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