Just was watching the School of the American Rifle video were he "autopsies" a Fail Zero bolt that...failed. As he is taking it apart he mentions that it has "YFS"" (?) fasteners holding the gas key on to the BCG body. Like mine. He does not favor these.
I guess I was just a little too subtle.
IF the state said, "NO ARs for you peasant!", the rifle would still be an AR, even if modified to bolt action, and liable to be banned/confiscated, correct? It's not a permanent modification.
It's a business, outside of the state. Not going to name them yet. Until I find out if they will do something to correct this. Sure, I probably could do it myself, but buying something which is not properly "built" kinda frosts my chaps.
Stopped there today to see if they had a few small items I needed.
Still a fair amount of long guns on the racks, but the handgun cases are EMPTY! (maybe 2 dozen guns?)The only thing I saw which caught my eye was tagged as a S&W M65-1 (651?), 2" barrel, in .22 Magnum.
Sported a tag that...
I'm 71 and I am also contemplating a move in the near future, probably by myself. Just have one major roadblock I have to consider.
I've got news for you. Californians, or other groups, are moving to all of the good states with the intent of ruining them. They did it to Washington State...
I've had a Scout Squad for a while now and have just gotten around to doing a field strip for cleaning and lubrication.
Now I've stripped down Garands and M1As before so I know the procedure. But on this one the lug on the op rod will not engage the disassembly notch on the receiver. I can...