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Carr wrote:
yeah, fox doing their job correctly aren't going to let you see them, but that is easily corrected with relatively inexspensive Gen I NV, certainly not the best, but gets the job DONE, trust me. Where money no object I'd have later generation on a flat top AR-15


SWEET PIECE!!! Is this the rifle that you brother worked on the trigger mechanism (sear)?
Like I always tell the good-old-boys:
"The trigger mechanism is the single most important part of any hunting rifle. A good trigger breaks like a glass rod with moderate pressure, minimum over travel and is a joy to use. The trigger is more important to practical accuracy (how accurately a rifle performs in the field) than any other aspect of the rifle. A poor trigger encourages flinching, "flyers" and results in wounded animals."

Semper Fidelis, Carr-man

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January 19th, 2012, 11:58 am
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Oscar I dont know what it is ...but I do know you better get out there this evening and make short work of it or you'll be minus more gamefowl...good luck brother! ..Hows the asil doing? ..Are you breeding him yet? I got 3 hens setting and about a dozen more laying...Been workin my but off setting up brood pens....didnt plan to start quite this early but the chickens decided they would start so I'm not gonna argue... I'm just going along...catch you later! Let me know when you need a few hens...still too many! yfis, Buck Sellers

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January 19th, 2012, 2:37 pm
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dpollock wrote:
Carr wrote:
yeah, fox doing their job correctly aren't going to let you see them, but that is easily corrected with relatively inexspensive Gen I NV, certainly not the best, but gets the job DONE, trust me. Where money no object I'd have later generation on a flat top AR-15


SWEET PIECE!!! Is this the rifle that you brother worked on the trigger mechanism (sear)?
Like I always tell the good-old-boys:
"The trigger mechanism is the single most important part of any hunting rifle. A good trigger breaks like a glass rod with moderate pressure, minimum over travel and is a joy to use. The trigger is more important to practical accuracy (how accurately a rifle performs in the field) than any other aspect of the rifle. A poor trigger encourages flinching, "flyers" and results in wounded animals."

Semper Fidelis, Carr-man

Thanks Cyber, yes, he did. Most of his attention was directed on limitting over travel, drilling and tapping and adding a 6-32 recessed allen set screw. I've taken it down twice since, doing it in degrees since I can't put the metal back after it's gone, trying to work improving the hammer's profile, making the notch shallower by that and polishing contact surfaces. I've improved the sear some as well, but will work on it again. It is beginning to approach acceptable, much crisper and clean, not as heavy now. It was like you'd left the safety on before, LOL. ATN NV req.s zero eye relief, this Tapco provides same

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January 19th, 2012, 6:16 pm
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Buckscocks wrote:
Oscar I dont know what it is ...but I do know you better get out there this evening and make short work of it or you'll be minus more gamefowl...good luck brother! ..Hows the asil doing? ..Are you breeding him yet? I got 3 hens setting and about a dozen more laying...Been workin my but off setting up brood pens....didnt plan to start quite this early but the chickens decided they would start so I'm not gonna argue... I'm just going along...catch you later! Let me know when you need a few hens...still too many! yfis, Buck Sellers


Hey Buck whats going on, that asil is doing fine, i got him over some hens right now. Hope all goes well with you. Saludos. YFIS


January 19th, 2012, 8:24 pm
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Wow mr carr, that's a nice one
I better be careful with you lol.


January 19th, 2012, 10:44 pm
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