Recent content by ReluctantDecoy

  1. S&W Shield

    I personally found the rear sight to be a bitch. I swear, that thing was red loctited on. Tried heat and solvents. Nearly stripped the set screw. Ended up messing up the slide at the end, so make sure it's all the way out and not just backed out before you start pushing. Everything else is...
  2. WWYD

    The biggest BS factor is that those protesters don't know if those diners actually support their cause or not, and even if the diners said they do, they would still run up in their face with this BS. So this isn't about any sort of cause. This is about making a video of yourself "making a...
  3. The US Postal Service MUST be allowed to go bankrupt

    It all depends on infrastructure. USPS happens to specialize in last mile. Otherwise, 1 lbs of 16 letters or 1 lbs of 1 box is the same. Just weight on a truck or a plane. If last mile infrastructure is in place already specifically for the task of delivering 16 letters for every pound, then why...
  4. Cumming to a pharmacy near you...

    If you're ever feel down, beat up, work sucks, things are rough....just remember that someone in Hanoi was earning only $0.17 for processing 2.2 pounds of used condoms, and probably did several kilo a day, every day. At least you aren't that person.
  5. The US Postal Service MUST be allowed to go bankrupt

    They don't even bother with ounce mail class. Closest would be that "up to 1 lb" at $8.23 where someone shipping an ounce item would get ripped off, so I'm not sure how you're getting $141/lb for ground shipping. But that wasn't really the point. I was just mentioning that in aggregate, the...
  6. The US Postal Service MUST be allowed to go bankrupt

    50 cents is short money. No argument there. But this is 50 cents for a maximum of 1 ounce. So in aggregate, UPSP is getting $8/pound. UPS' ground shipping starts at $8.23/pound. So user value expectations should be similar. USPS' saving grace is that their stamp rate has no zone restrictions.
  7. What’s That In My Foot?

    Wow...and completely intact. I'd save that as a lucky charm. Wonder if he was shot multiple times. They pulled one out thinking they found it, but there was a second in there.
  8. SIG P320 compact legos....

    Well, I'm sure Honda would love the money, but not at the risk factor that those aftermarket parts bring to the equation (and warranty). I suppose that lines up with what drgrant was saying about Sig not wanting to spend the R&D on something like this. I'm sure their QA process would make it a...
  9. SIG P320 compact legos....

    You're talking about low sales and then you say the "killer app" is grip modules. I don't see it when people already have the option to buy the exact pistol they want. But if you tell me that I have the option to mess around with PDW set ups without asking the government permission, then you...
  10. SIG P320 compact legos....

    Then why even bother with modular actions then? The entire point is to customize and swap frames, giving the end user options without having to buy a new gun.
  11. SIG P320 compact legos....

    People must be buying it if they're on gen 2 already. But that's besides the point. I was just pointing out that Sig makes this modular action that can be moved frame to frame without jumping through any hoops, makes a huge deal about it, then does nearly nothing to showcase that end. Sure, they...
  12. SIG P320 compact legos....

    With all of Sig's hype about the modularity of this system, I'm surprised they were beaten to the punch on actually doing something with the module.
  13. Glock versus Sig P365.. Will Glock make anything equal/similar/better etc??

    I have a free state P365. Excellent gun for what it is, and I must have lucked out and got one of the reliable second gen guns (the second gen was a soft upgrade, no announcement). The build quality is superb. No wobble on anything. But... I see no reason for Glock to join the subcompact arm...
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