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    Yup. 175 SMKs. 168's and one 80s work very well...

    Yup. 175 SMKs. 168's and one 80s work very well also with R17 powder
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    The last LHO we produced between2009 and 2014...

    The last LHO we produced between2009 and 2014 went for $225 and I was hoping to keep this one somewhat less, but because we're now using high tensile steel this time, machining time increases and...
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    We should have taken a photo of the two parts...

    We should have taken a photo of the two parts disconnected. They are both machined from a solid block of steel. What you can't see in these photos is that they rear assist lever when pulled back...
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    At long last........ The LHO

    After six years we are finally there. This specialized steel will be shipped to us next Wednesday and it soon as it shows up at the door we will begin production.
    Patent has been applied for
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    105912 This is LHO prototype number one....

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    This is LHO prototype number one. Function smoothly both directions.
    All materials have been ordered for the shop and Lat will be bringing in all of the black screws required for assembly....
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    You wouldn't think that just a couple thousandths...

    You wouldn't think that just a couple thousandths would make a difference to where the point of the rearward assist lever touches the bolt plug, but it does. It's the difference between decent...
  7. Thread: STG57

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    Wun tuff gal, for sure. LOL

    Wun tuff gal, for sure. LOL
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    Thanks for asking. I lost my ability to type so I...

    Thanks for asking. I lost my ability to type so I switched to one of these new Dragon speech to writing programs and it seems to work pretty well. I just have to be careful how I enunciate things. Ma...
  9. Thread: STG57

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    Gentlemen, this is an exercise in logic. The GP...

    Gentlemen, this is an exercise in logic.
    The GP 11 came from the same munitions house in 1898 as the new run GP11 ammunition is being made and currently distributed among shooting clubs in Canada...
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    This is for left-handed K 31 shooters.

    This is for left-handed K 31 shooters.
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    The mythical LHO

    It looks like were far enough into the prototype to be able to field-test the end of next week, so it won't hurt to show you guys the first 3D drawing. There are a few things that don't show here...
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    Then, we agree to disagree, sir. The primary...

    Then, we agree to disagree, sir. The primary difference, and a big governing factor is neck tension differences between the two types of dies. There are other variables but this is nothing more than...
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    Gotcha. I solved that problem by retiring. P

    Gotcha. I solved that problem by retiring.
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    That's a good choice Amadeus. I've used RCBS ...

    That's a good choice Amadeus. I've used RCBS with this caliber for some 50 years or more........... never a problem. Most of the guys in the armory now are all Redding because my son is a stickler...
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    Actually Reading does make them however, I hope...

    Actually Reading does make them however, I hope you have deep pockets. The full competition set of dies is $225.
    R CBS has been the mainstay of reloading this caliber since the 50s in the new R CBS...
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    If you reload, roll your own. It's not difficult.

    If you reload, roll your own. It's not difficult.
  17. For the 1889, 1896, 96/11, G 11, Kadett, and the K 11

    Okay you Swiss riflemen. Here it is for the entire G11 series of rifles.. As is usual my elephant like memory is going the way of the African elephants.... Dwindling. I forgot to have my son order...
  18. Thread: Swiss 1911 Help

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    Most likely Pavia. It would be nice if he let us...

    Most likely Pavia. It would be nice if he let us know what happened.
  19. Thread: 25 yard zero...

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    Yup. When our type P/S 1000 yard Diopter system...

    Yup. When our type P/S 1000 yard Diopter system was proofed at Quantico, the first shot was at 25 yards.
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    It may be a matter of terminology for you, and...

    It may be a matter of terminology for you, and the projectile will be fired up to reach a further range of course, but nothing rises of its own accord. No matter how high up you point that barrell,...
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    I do understand what you're intending to say, but...

    I do understand what you're intending to say, but for those who don't quite understand, no projectile can rise. At the point it leaves the muzzle it is dropping, indiscernible at first but unless...
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    Yup. Patrick is right in there. The simple...

    Yup. Patrick is right in there. The simple solution is to do it at 100 yards and we have the G11 front sight blade that will put you dead on at 100 yards. In fact we have all three, the G 11, the K...
  23. Thread: Swiss 1911 Help

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    Rapping on the bolt handle with anything at all...

    Rapping on the bolt handle with anything at all to remove a stuck case is a sure way to stress that op-rod and lug. Never, ever use a mallet or anything else on a k31 bolt handle.
    So how do you...
  24. Thread: My SIG 550's.

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    Good morning Dan. I looked for my old records...

    Good morning Dan. I looked for my old records this morning but the file has so many things starting in the 70s that I couldn't locate the original invoices. I do remember bringing in 20 of these back...
  25. Thread: My SIG 550's.

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    Very cool Daniel! P

    Very cool Daniel!
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