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RPierceOhio

Member Since 10 Jan 2009
Offline Last Active May 31 2014 07:01 PM
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In Topic: The Techpb Gun Club

30 January 2012 - 03:05 AM

My cheap $30 chinese benchmade has done me better than a lot of my more expensive knives, including a $60 american Gerber knife.

But I suppose I don't need it for anything extreme, I just have it in my pocket at all times, as a pocket knife should be used.

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In Topic: The Techpb Gun Club

25 January 2012 - 02:08 AM

The only reason why I don't already own one of those Rhino's is because there is no single action. That hammer isn't a hammer, its just a lever. At least, that's how I had it explained to me.


Yeah, it's just a hammer actuator. I don't know how much that changes things. You might still be able to some sort of quasi-single action, I just think its a really cool design.

In Topic: The Techpb Gun Club

24 January 2012 - 03:36 PM

Speaking of bore axis. Has anyone heard of the Chiappa Rhino? It's a pretty ridiculous revolver that's from a company in the city I live in.
It's expensive as hell but I really want the chance to shoot one. It's a .357 with a claimed recoil the same as a normal .38 special revolver.


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In Topic: The Techpb Gun Club

24 January 2012 - 02:06 PM

Ruger makes great handguns, but you can find better versions of almost all of their rifles for about the same price. For example: Marlin 795 > Ruger 10-22.


To be honest, when the LCP first came out people were going nuts, but in my opinion it was awful.
When it first came a couple years ago out my dad and I went to a shooting range with both the Kel-Tec 9mm and the LCP.
Just looking at them you could see the Kel-Tec had more checkering on the frame/grip and was way easier to keep under control since it's so small.
BUT the problem we had was the LCP kept shaving brass and jamming. In 3 mags it probably jammed/stovepiped 5 times.
If I remember right it was after the gun got hot. It's so thin that if you shoot more than a mag or two it gets really hot and starts shaving brass.
but the Kel-Tec didn't have that problem at the same amount of rounds. This could be fixed by now but it definitely put me off their "Carry" guns.

In Topic: The Techpb Gun Club

23 January 2012 - 11:28 PM

A few hours and a set of needle files later, I have a complete product.


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