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Doc Flimshaw Sass# 73310

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  1. I live in L A and watch the news every day, have not heard word one about this “story”.
  2. I seems very obvious that eventually all will go to some kind of safety, it’s only a matter of time. The uberti design is very easily defeated, and since most people seem to mod their guns anyway, I don’t see what the big deal is. I’m also pretty sure most of their sales are not to sass members.
  3. Isn't that below the mfgs. recommended minimum load?
  4. On my richards mason conversions (essentially the same as open tops) I simply don't drive the wedge in as far as it will go. You can actually see how close it's getting. It's not the best way to fix it but on mine it works. It's a very well known issue
  5. I’ve had guns worked on by very well known smiths that still had to go back for more work a second time to make them work correctly, so the fact that some factory guns don’t work out of the box doesn’t surprise me.
  6. Ya know, it's not hard to defeat the firing pin safety if you want to. Three clicks or 4 clicks I couldn't care less if they work.
  7. Many years ago (maybe 10) you did a pair of Pietta GWII's for me and they were the only guns that never gave me any trouble. I regret selling them.
  8. I have a set of three click guns and it's so distracting because in a match every time I pull the hammer back I count the clicks and they're different
  9. Is there any current source of parts for these shotguns? Thx.
  10. I have one and would also like to know how it's done.
  11. In a word.... Yes. You go from bay to bay and don’t stay in one place. Carrying ammo, shotgun, rifle and all the rest from bay to bay is not going to be any fun.
  12. Sounds more like a gunsmith issue than the method itself.
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