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Posted: July 05 2016 at 2:58am | IP Logged Quote yaybacon

  My apologies for being fickle, but the sights I was so in love with in theory.  In practice, aren't working out so well... I think it is because the back of my brain wants a pistol smoother, to not snag inside of a holster or pocket.  Either by the addition of wood to smooth things out, or by making the sights much lower, smaller.



  A slot was cut to hold a smaller rear sight.

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Posted: July 05 2016 at 6:03pm | IP Logged Quote backbencher

Like the Taurus Curve w/o the LASER - a Han Solo Special?
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Posted: July 20 2016 at 1:14pm | IP Logged Quote yaybacon

Driving up to the wedding, we found a good spot to pull off the road and finally shoot the nickle plated one. happy to say the sights are fairly straight, was hitting dead center on some styrofoam cups I had

In the boredom of the road, I figured out 2 changes to make to the feed levers, I put ears on both levers to keep the rounds from falling out, when it really only needs one on the left side. The removal of one, would allow much more room for your thumb during loading. Secondly, cut a cam into the side of the reciever under the tension spring for the feed levers, so it relieves the tension when fully closed, as the cartridge moves into position. It jammed on me a few times because I tightened the spring before I left and the magazine spring couldn't overcome the added friction -facepalm-
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Posted: July 20 2016 at 6:19pm | IP Logged Quote backbencher

Hope the wedding went smoothly. You're a helluva brother in law.
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