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Dirsh the Micro Dot pattern i use doesn't cut into your bare hands.  I have examples if you'd like to further look into customizing your polymer pistol. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us.
General Discussion / Re: Message to Brian Schatz
« on: June 03, 2014, 11:30:11 AM »
I can do better than that!  ;D

Dats fuckin Funny
General Discussion / Re: Brian Schatz Anti Gun Commercial
« on: May 08, 2014, 04:23:29 PM »
Some one needs to make a nice letter to send to Mr. Shatz  Team that we can all copy and paste. I love spaming Dems.
Deals and Sales / Re: Mossberg May!
« on: May 07, 2014, 04:56:06 AM »
sorry usmc
it's just weird to see someone's real name
i can barely remember people's screen names, much less their real names
No worries …Names aren't my strong suit either!
Deals and Sales / Re: Mossberg May!
« on: May 06, 2014, 10:44:49 PM »
re: may 1 facebook post-
what's a fred wolfson?
Dam MacSak had me scrambling thought I had spelt GreenStompers name wronge.  :thumbsup:
Deals and Sales / Mossberg May!
« on: May 06, 2014, 04:22:37 PM »
Mossberg 500/590/590A1 $40.00
Function Check/ Full Disassembly/ Cleaning/ Bolt Polished/
Magazine and Follower Cleaned and Smoothed Over/ Trigger Adjustment

Brings us your Mossberg 500/590/590A1 and we will perform a complete function check of your shotgun before a complete disassembly of the the action. We go through and clean all parts ,the bolt will then be polished and hand fitted for the smoothest, fastest action possible. We will also clean and smooth over the inside of the magazine tube and the follower for improved feeding performance and reliability.

Any upgrades that are requested at this time or any required replacement parts are at parts cost only, no additional labor charge with action work no i repeat no parts markup.

This special runs for the month of May only.

Any questions or concerns please feel free to contact us.

Doherty J.
Red Letter Industries / Re: Custom Saiga-12 for SK
« on: April 30, 2014, 11:43:23 PM »
Gorgeous work Craig!

Doherty J
Rook Gunworx & Design
General Discussion / Re: Gun Pic or Gun Related Pix Thread
« on: April 30, 2014, 11:30:08 PM »
Just finished building up a Glock 22. Been a fun project, gonna put her through the paces this weekend. I 'll give an update let you guys know how it goes!

Wanna thank Red Letter Industries & Moore Tactical Coatings for the gorgeous professional cerakoting and the friendly service. Slide and frame were Cerakoted, Slide Gunmetal Gray/ frame Black sorry i don't remember the actually names of each color used

Carry Slide Melt MOD-CM1/Full Stippling MOD-S3/ Magwell Cuts-Moon/ Undercut Trigger MOD-TG1/Trigger Guard Reshaping MOD-TG3/ Mag Release Recess MOD-MR1/ ALL Internals Polished MOD-TJ2

Performance Parts Upgrade- Titanium Pin Set, NDZ Billet Mag Release, Lone Wolf Stainless Guide Rod Running a 11lbs Guide Spring also have the 15lbs,  VICKERS Slide Catch, ZEV Race Connector, ZEV Spring Set, Fully Adjustable Phantom Trigger, New Channel Sleeve, Billet Slide plate, Lone Wolf 40-9mm barrel.
Firearms and Accessories / Re: 300 blackout
« on: April 25, 2014, 11:24:22 AM »
Its a fun littleround, built an upper about 4 months ago. I used H110 with good results,with the usually H110 problems. Good luck again post some pics!!
Reloading / Re: Reloading the 45-70
« on: April 22, 2014, 09:18:54 PM »
Aloha again i apologize for not reading fully all the post before posting i did have a bit of a knee jerk reaction. I have that knee jerk reaction because i've had to listen time and time again over the last 15 years about the lack of performance of the 45-70 and how outdated such a round is. Many like to keep such a round as it was originally loaded which is perfectly fine. I made the mistake of letting my passion get the best of me. You are correct the load i enjoy is a midrange load if you were referring to the bullet weight of said round. The load of 48.5 of IMR 3031 is actually half of grain over the starting load but its what my guide gun loves.  I wasn't referring to the load as heavy to clarify i was referring to the load as heavy in reference to using IMR 3031 with bullets in the 300 to 405 grain range. Using bullets in this range is a heavy load for a powder in the middle of the burning rate like IMR 3031. I understand you were trying to get across  about the difference but i was not i was very clear and not reckless about what i thought. Just so your aware 48.5 grains is close to filling a 45-70 case using said powder. 54 Grains of IMR 3031 is considered a compressed load. You'd never be able to get anywhere near 70 grains in the case but thats beside the point i don't see why you even went in that direction. In my post i never mixed the two that being black powder and smokeless sir. All i said was if you'd like to get decent performance out of a lever action with a 18.5" barrel that is the guide gun use smokeless modern powder. Yes black powder has to be used under compression to avoid the spike in pressure and for a nice complete burn but that had nothing to do with what i was trying to get across. You kept referring to originally loads and originally bullet weight but what he has is not originally in anyway its a 18.5" barrel pack gun. Hell 45-70 405 was the originally load but even that is a little misleading you know there were many different loadings for the 45-70 many of them can be found in JS and Pat Wolf's book on the loading the 45-70 for rifle and carbine.Yes detail about particular loads was not what Irishd asked for and again i apologize for knee jerk post. I don't see where i was reckless is anyway I've always been very careful answering reloading questions. I don't see anything i said as dangerous. I only gave one load data and that load dat i gave is very safe. Only time i used the word "heavy was referring to the bullet weight in conjunction with IMR 3031 powder. I will do my best to make sure next time i don't let my love for the tried and true 45-70 fog my post reading skills!! I am sorry. Irishd everything inspector originally posted was spot on.
Uploading a few more examples of the different jobs we have taken on or that we have just finished in the last week. Is there a certain section that we should be posting info and current projects? Is there a Project Page?? Be nice to see what every one once was working on!!

1. Mossberg 500 Full Dissemble/ Cleaning/ Action smoothed/ Bolt polished/ Trigger adjustment
2. Mossberg Finished
3. 1851 Navy Indian Head Nickel Grips
4. Mosin 91/30 Bolt the before. bolt was brought to us after a botched bent bolt attempt
5. Mosin 91/30 Finished Sal Guerrierra's (Our Metal Man) Skillful work. Also was able to hunt down the extractor since it was broke with the correct markings for the rifle.

Doherty J.
Rook Gunworx & Design
Strategies and Tactics / Re: what if Hawaii was invaded?
« on: April 20, 2014, 02:48:35 PM »
Reloading / Re: Reloading the 45-70
« on: April 20, 2014, 02:39:16 PM »
 Unless I am missing something ... Which I might be cause I did just skim over the comments and i aplogize if i did. Why is everyone talking about  black powder and other low velocity powders? If I read correctly you purchased a modern guide gun in 45-70 by Marlin. I have got one for a backpacking in the Northen Rockies.. If you want that lead chucker to hum use modern smokeless powder. Its called a guide gun because it's carried by guides to drop brown bear, moose or anything threating life or limb. It's not an ole trapdoor or rolling block that you have to worry about the barrel and pressure issue's. Marlin's action is strong of course I'm not saying load her to hilt and be dangerous, but you don't need to pussy foot around her. My personal favorite is an old stand by IMR3031, performs amazing in the straight walled case of th 45-70 with heavy grain weight. It's in the middle of the burn rate chart and has been used in the 45-70 really since the introduction of the powder back in 1916. You have to remember when loading for the 45-70 your going to find two sets of reloading data. Most IMR reloading data books have the reloading for 45-70 for the trapdoor rifle. Usually trapdoor is put in parentheses next to the data. So for safety reason if you load your modern rifle using modern powder to data that would be acceptable for the century old trapdoor you won't have any problem. I like 48.5 grains of IMR 3031 using Starline brass with Remy large rifle primers and with either Remington 300 SJHP or Remington 405 SP both perform very well and drops pigs like a sack of potatoes. @100yards it's shooting 2" groups and performs very well out to 200 yards. With a +3 @. 100 yards MPBR(max point blank range) is just about 189 yards. Unfortunately most data and Sami specs are inline with the old trapdoor loadings again for safety and legal issues, they didn't want to cause a mix up. Really the modern 45-70 rifles are very comparable to 450 Marlin loadings. Congrats on your purchase one of my all time favorite rounds.
Hunting / Re: ANOTHER NICE BOAR - 11 APRIL 2014
« on: April 18, 2014, 03:08:18 PM »
Very nice!! :shaka:
Hunting / Re: Optimum caliber for Hawaii Game ?
« on: April 18, 2014, 03:01:25 PM »
I think the optimum caliber would be the 7mm-08. Great ballistics, great grain weight, reloading components are easy to find and it just comes down to a great balance between bullet weight for knock down power and having the legs for some of the longer shots. I don't  personally have one ha-ha I have admired from a afar. I use a 30-06 in a Remington 700 mountain LSS. Anything for this island short of the Mad Wild ASS Cows on Maui, 120-160 grain is plenty. Hell they have a 195 grain Barnes hunting round with a bc of .570 not to shabby,  I have seen as high as .750 bc. Light weight rifle platform, very good MPBR and I am hoping if I talk it up enough I’ll talk myself into buying one ha-ha. Look in the end between most of those calibers we are just splitting hairs.
General Discussion / Re: Gas Piston vs. Direct Impingement?
« on: April 18, 2014, 08:44:15 AM »
Gas piston is the ONLY way to go.  All REAL guns have gas pistons.  Direct impingement is doo-doo.  Not only will it explode in your face every single time you pull the trigger (even when the gun isn't loaded!!), but it causes genital warts, herpes, and Liberalism.  Obama would rather take your direct impingement away from you because he likes it better.  Don't be a herpetic cankerous libby.  Support the Constitution and buy gas piston.

Joe n Henry @ WGS is my go to spot if I look local. There a good pair of guys.

When not local really find luck on good ole Gunbroker.
Firearms and Accessories / Re: List of AR15 lower manufacturers
« on: April 17, 2014, 10:50:21 PM »
Good job with the list.
I been looking for some pre 1899 gems. Either a Spencer carbine or a good ole Remy Rolling Block in either 50-70 or the much more rare 50-45.

Why? Cause it's history and cause u ain't shooting unless you making smoke lmao.....
 Wanted to take a minute and thank everyone for the interest I've gotten in the recent days. I look forward to meeting and working with all of you, again thank you!

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