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  1. 23 hours ago, Phantom, SASS #54973 said:

    This would imply that you know costs needed to produce.


    How do you know this?? I'm impressed!



    We have a difference of opinion deal with it.

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    On 12/14/2023 at 12:31 PM, Pb Mark said:

    Absolutely not trying to offend, discuss the latest on the pistol brace topic or anything other than make a suggestion if you want this to clear via shipping to an FFL holder with no concerns.  Plus get it sold without a second thought.


    Take the brace off.  Take down this ad, take new picture and relist the pistol. Send just the pistol to the buyers FFL contact and transfer it.  Send the brace to the buyer yourself.  Let the buyer decide if they want to play the current game and attach it.  Again, just giving you a thoughtful suggestion. 


    Personally, I really wanted a CMMG Banshee 45....

    Federal Judge issued a stay on the ATF's brace opinion. Right now until that judges ruling is overturned a braced pistol is legal to own and use. And it appears it might just have to be the a Supreme court ruling to over turn it. 



  3. Here's the Kirst conversion I did, the shorter one is a Howell conversion. They have been fun projects. the shorter one is 4-3/8ths " . Its just long enough to put a kirst conversion in and use a ejector rod.



    1858s (Small).jpg

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  4. On 10/25/2023 at 9:02 AM, Colorado Coffinmaker said:

    Wild Bill Jake


    Just pressing the hull down on a primer will result in some fail to fire as the primer doesn't seat fully.  I found that the hard way.  I now have the RCBS die and shell holder in an inexpensive single stage press for de-priming and priming.  Using a proper press and shell holder eliminated fail to fire completely.

    I've not had that problem but then I check each one to make sure the primer is fully seated. Have not had the first fail to fire with new primers.

  5. On 9/28/2023 at 6:08 PM, Chief Rick said:

    I have a FA unit and it has a gasket.  I use a dab of whatever soap I'm using to clean with (Dawn or Meguire's car wash with wax) on both sides of the gasket prior to sealing the lid.  Using this method, I don't have to crank down the lid and it doesn't leak.


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