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General Discussion / Re: Happy Thanksgiving
« on: November 25, 2021, 11:10:28 AM »
Have a wonderful and blessed Thanksgiving! Thanks for all the info and entertainment!  ;)
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Political Discussion / Re: families can "rest easy" about the economy
« on: November 24, 2021, 07:45:47 PM »
Eat bugs, pleb!



Typical left wing dipshit….someone should drop her off something….head first…..🖕🏻
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Off Topic / Re: Merry Christmas, Ya Filthy Animals!!
« on: November 24, 2021, 11:13:20 AM »
Good one less bastard to deal with! Hope he’s burning rite now! >:D
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[quote author=Flapp_Jackson

“called kuru, started
with unsteadiness and tremors, then progressed to emotional instability, incontinence, unresponsiveness,
ulcers and, ultimately, death.”

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Sounds like Biden. Can only hope the end comes soon! >:D
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General Discussion / Re: No rail for light?
« on: November 24, 2021, 10:51:05 AM »
Another example of NYC scum…..they should be exterminated IMHO!
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Political Discussion / Re: Texas Independence Movement
« on: November 22, 2021, 06:16:16 PM »
We could get rid of half the population in CA by sending ICE to deport the illegals.  Sanctuary?  Not according to federal law!

Just start by staking out the Home Depots, construction sites and janitorial companies.  Bring the IRS along, and audit the books to make sure employee withholdings and taxes are current.

That's just to start.  Heck, after cheap nannies, housekeepers, gardeners and day laborers are no longer in abundance, many legal residents may voluntarily leave the state, too. 

Before burning them out, let's try up-ending their lifestyles perpetuated on the backs of illegals.  Win-win!!

Sounds good!
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Political Discussion / Re: Texas Independence Movement
« on: November 22, 2021, 04:34:34 PM »
Too merciful.  Make them suffer with the New Yorkers.  Plus, it would radiate the land, making it tough for us to reclaim it.

One day soon after, we can build a wall around NY City, too, and turn it into a prison.

I think there's a movie predicting that.

"Snake Plisskin?  I thought you were dead."

Ok good point but nukes would be fun to watch….especially if we do it on July 4th….. >:D






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Political Discussion / Re: Texas Independence Movement
« on: November 22, 2021, 04:32:57 PM »
If you nuke them into the drink they will end up washing up on the shores here after the resulting tsunami. Its kind of a lateral move at best.  :(
Besides im sure other countries wouldnt want us littering their shores with our trash carried from the resulting wave. They might give us a littering fine.

Ok you got me! Good point…. :D
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General Discussion / Re: Ahmaud Arbery
« on: November 22, 2021, 04:29:29 PM »
Ahmaud Arbery trial.
Is there already a thread ?

My opinion manslaughter.

+1
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Political Discussion / Re: Texas Independence Movement
« on: November 22, 2021, 12:52:10 PM »
Build a wall around California.  When they try to enter the US illegally, we invade, relocate the inhabitants to New York as "refugees", and annex the land back into the US.

It could happen!   :geekdanc:

That would work but small nukes cheaper and faster….. :geekdanc:
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Political Discussion / Re: Texas Independence Movement
« on: November 22, 2021, 11:32:06 AM »
How about California become independent so we don't have to have them here anymore.

Better yet bury thermo nukes along the San Andreas fault and detonate them. Fun to watch Kali slide into the ocean… :thumbsup:
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Political Discussion / Re: Texas Independence Movement
« on: November 22, 2021, 11:29:43 AM »
Aboriginal Hawaiians are not the only ones who wishes to sever ties with the US empire.



I’m all for it and will move and fight for it when the time comes. The U.S. won’t let the Republic of Texas go without a fight but bring it on! :thumbsup:
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Oh well…I got 3 Moderna Vax. Diagnosed with murmur and aortic stenosis before the pokes so I really don’t care and no worries. When your time is up, that’s it, owadi masu, nothing you can do! IF this is true it will be a great way to control the population and provide fertilizer for food crops. :shaka:
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Biden got a black eye and bloody nose when the proctologist shoved the scope up his ass……. :wave:
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General Discussion / Re: “Servicing” o/u shotguns?
« on: November 20, 2021, 06:53:14 PM »
Hi G
Thanks for the offer!!!  I’ll try doubles and let you know in case you want to join us.  I think the trigger will reset for the second shot.  To be safe, I’ll avoid grease and just use oil before I reassemble it.  If it works with no issue, I’ll use light grease on the action

BTW I guess me no read everything in your last. Lithium grease is great on all bearing surfaces on the receiver and the trunions where the barrels meet the receiver. Ejectors/extractors like the CLP…
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General Discussion / Re: “Servicing” o/u shotguns?
« on: November 20, 2021, 06:34:17 PM »
Hi G
Thanks for the offer!!!  I’ll try doubles and let you know in case you want to join us.  I think the trigger will reset for the second shot.  To be safe, I’ll avoid grease and just use oil before I reassemble it.  If it works with no issue, I’ll use light grease on the action

Sounds good but I recommend not using grease except on the sears. Lithium with PTFE is best otherwise CLP…..
Lemme know when ya go….
Gil
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General Discussion / Re: “Servicing” o/u shotguns?
« on: November 20, 2021, 06:11:54 PM »
I'm not anywhere near an expert, but according to the responses in your linked thread, the Browning 725 trigger being used as an example is not a "true mechanical" trigger.  "It clicks without recoil but does indeed require recoil force to reset the lifter to the second sear."

For your shotgun, the information I linked describes it as a selectable mechanical trigger.  You can set either barrel to fire first, and then the other will fire with the second trigger pull.  If the first selected barrel fails to fire, you can then select and fire the other one.

I can't find any schematics of the trigger parts for that model.  It's discontinued, so who knows if that's online. 

I'd say try switching the barrel selector a few times to see if the reportedly non-firing barrel will fire as the first one selected.  If the selector makes no difference, it could be a problem with that sear, a spring, or even that firing pin.  Tough to analyze if the only info you have is second hand. 

If you have some 12g Snap cap rounds (I assume that's the right caliber), you could put tape over the primer area of a couple Snap cap shells, and see if you are getting a primer strike from each firing pin.  Might be easier than waiting to see if it goes "BANG!" at the range.   :thumbsup:

Yup the citori is a hybrid action. Part mechanical part inertia. The only true mechanical trigger that I know of is the Cynergy…..
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General Discussion / Re: “Servicing” o/u shotguns?
« on: November 20, 2021, 06:09:24 PM »
Citori 725’s aren’t a true mechanical trigger and do have an inertia block. Is the action on the franchi blued, stainless or plated? Reason I ask is if stainless you can soak the entire action in high grade kerosine for a few days. That will remove any gunk, carbon, etc. after the bath hit it with LP air to low the kerosene and gunk away. If the action is the same or similar to the 725 you can easily remove the firing pins just make sure the action is cocked. They are probably held in by pins that you drift out. The lower pin points down at a 45 degree angle and should have a spring. The upper will not have any springs. These firing pins corrode and pit over time and can affect firing. New ones are cheap both for about $20. When the pins are out you’ll need to clean the channels with Hoppes and a Q tip till thy come out clean. Lube is not required but I use CLP very lightly. If you want I have a 12ga snap cap and some special adhesive paper dots that go on the end of the snap cap. When you fire it you should see a deep divot that actually breaks thru the tape. If it does, it’s good. You’re welcome to borrow it.
I give my citori trap that bath every 5k rounds and replace pins at 10k. If you want we you can come on over and I’ll take a look.
Gil
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Off Topic / Re: Lunar eclipse
« on: November 19, 2021, 08:25:34 PM »
Anyone check out the lunar eclipse last night ?

Was like watching a sunset on the moon. Over the moon ? You get the picture.
I didn’t even know it was gonna happen until a neighbor came out with his dog and told me it was going down.
Not sure if it will happen again tonight but last night was impressive.

https://www.staradvertiser.com/2021/11/19/photo-gallery/hawaii-views-partial-lunar-eclipse/

Yup saw it too! Was really nice. Sat in the yard sipping Hibiki 25 yr whisky and watched the entire event.  :thumbsup:
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