Gas Piston 6) Trigger Housing 7) Trigger 8)


Gas Piston 6) Trigger Housing 7) Trigger 8) Hammer 9) Disconnector 10) Butt stocks 11) Forearm 12) Magazine body 13) Followers 14) Pistol grip OP: Simply email BATFE and they will give you the information you need to remain in lawful compliance with 922r in relation to a Benelli AccessoriesM2 (or Benelli AccessoriesM4) with a…

Gas Piston 6) Trigger Housing 7) Trigger 8) Hammer 9) Disconnector 10) Butt stocks 11) Forearm 12) Magazine body 13) Followers 14) Pistol grip OP: Simply email BATFE and they will give you the information you need to remain in lawful compliance with 922r in relation to a Benelli AccessoriesM2 (or Benelli AccessoriesM4) with a magazine capacity over the “sporting use” import limit of 5 rounds. Best to keep the email from BATFE since they occasionally “change their mind” on what is lawful. I have been dealing with BATFE/NFA issues since 1968. StrangerDanger 3/6/2011 3:27:14 AM Listen to Leid. twistedcomrade 3/6/2011 8:58:52 AM This is not intended to be a smartass question, but has anyone ever been prosecuted for breaking an executive order? Homeinvader 3/6/2011 12:52:36 PM Originally Posted By twistedcomrade: This is not intended to be a smartass question, but has anyone ever been prosecuted for breaking an executive order? 922r is the law, as in 18 USC 922(r). It’s not an executive order. RobNC 3/6/2011 3:32:47 PM So if I get a Mesa Tacutical Urbino stock and Nordic follower for a Benelli M2 Accessories tactical I will have enough US made parts to add a Nordic +3 and still be in compliance? Confusing sh!t….

‘Operation Medicine Drop’ Set For This Week
‘Operation Medicine Drop’ Set For This Week ‘Operation Medicine Drop’ Set For This WeekEvent offers safe way to dispose of unused medications Robbery Reported on East CampusIndividual reported robbery between Bassett, Brown Residence Halls Duke Police Officer Receives Crisis Intervention AwardOfficer recognized for efforts in handling mental illness, crisis intervention Duke In Pictures: Tips N’ […]

‘Operation Medicine Drop’ Set For This Week
‘Operation Medicine Drop’ Set For This WeekEvent offers safe way to dispose of unused medications Robbery Reported on East CampusIndividual reported robbery between Bassett, Brown Residence Halls Duke Police Officer Receives Crisis Intervention AwardOfficer recognized for efforts in handling mental illness, crisis intervention Duke In Pictures: Tips N’ Treats With … Continue reading

‘Operation Medicine Drop’ Set For This Week
Event offers safe way to dispose of unused medications

Robbery Reported on East Campus
Individual reported robbery between Bassett, Brown Residence Halls

Duke Police Officer Receives Crisis Intervention Award
Officer recognized for efforts in handling mental illness, crisis intervention

Duke In Pictures: Tips N’ Treats With Police
The Duke University Police Department hosts their biannual meet-and-greet series

Duke Officers Volunteer At Youth Camp
Summer camp hosts children of fallen police officers

DukeALERT Test Scheduled For Oct. 26
Outdoor sirens, other emergency tools will be activated at 10 a.m.

Glock Accessories
4/17/2012 12:59:07 PM Gentleman4561: Handydave: Glock Accessories in Smyrna will install aftermarket glcok sights if you ask nicely. They put my warren tacticals on my g17 I use in competition Do you know the hours they are open? I assume bankers hours 9-5 I’ve always gone midday when I have a vendor pickup down the […]

4/17/2012 12:59:07 PM Gentleman4561: Handydave: Glock Accessories in Smyrna will install aftermarket glcok sights if you ask nicely. They put my warren tacticals on my g17 I use in competition Do you know the hours they are open? I assume bankers hours 9-5 I’ve always gone midday when I have a vendor pickup down the street Tim2hunt

Rifle Scopes
5/31/2010 9:55:33 PM For most

5/31/2010 9:55:33 PM For most <300 yard venues involving the 223 cartridge...the triangle will give you all the accuracy you could desire....and trump the German #4 below 100 yards with regards to illumination. I'm new to the game so what is generally considered the "best" magnification range that would do the job from CQB out to the usual max distanced that you guys see in most matches. I presently have a Trijicon Accupoint 1.25-4x (German #4) that works great out to 225y for me, but I’m thinking that the lack of bullet drop or a holdover scale is going to limit what I can do out to the furthest targets in the various stages. So: * What is out there that is thought of to be the best Rifle Scopes for 3 gun right now. * What is considered to be “enough to do the job” in magnification . (1-4 with a bullet drop built in?) * What is the usual size steel out to 500 – 600y ? Thanks. J223… Gregory_K

SureFire G2
4/30/2009 6:09:09 PM 12_gauge:I have had my SureFire Surefire G2 on a primary arms light scope mount for a while now… but im looking to upgrade to something smaller, and that will keep the light tight on the rail and relatively close in. not looking to spend a fortune so could someone send me in […]

4/30/2009 6:09:09 PM 12_gauge:I have had my SureFire Surefire G2 on a primary arms light scope mount for a while now… but im looking to upgrade to something smaller, and that will keep the light tight on the rail and relatively close in. not looking to spend a fortune so could someone send me in the right direction? what do you guys use? im looking into this:: http://www.gggaz.com/Surefire G2-flashlight-mounting-ring.html thanks guys 3-gun

Larue Tactical
Larue Tactical I got my new OBR in with lots of goodies, but no dillo dust or dillo. That’s OK though, LT did send me more than I expected (as always)…great people at LT! I have 1 dillo, so I’m good for now. EDIT: But I do want more dillos. I have 2 open orders…

Larue Tactical
I got my new OBR in with lots of goodies, but no dillo dust or dillo. That’s OK though, LT did send me more than I expected (as always)…great people at LT! I have 1 dillo, so I’m good for now. EDIT: But I do want more dillos. I have 2 open orders with Larue […]

I got my new OBR in with lots of goodies, but no dillo dust or dillo. That’s OK though, LT did send me more than I expected (as always)…great people at LT! I have 1 dillo, so I’m good for now. EDIT: But I do want more dillos. I have 2 open orders with Larue Tactical right now, so we’ll see what swag is sent with it. AlvinYork 4/8/2012 12:35:51 AM EDT Damn, I gotta get out of this fucking state and move closer to the center of the AR universe. pondfly 4/8/2012 2:10:18 AM EDT Originally Posted By AlvinYork: Damn, I gotta get out of this fucking state and move closer to the center of the AR universe. I did and it’s only a couple miles away. It’s so much better than living in IL for 37 years. joeil 4/8/2012 8:55:03 AM EDT Originally Posted By AlvinYork: Damn, I gotta get out of this fucking state fify and get in line with the rest of us rant warning : Instead of my machine shop working overtime , they just subbed everything out.

Shooting Targets – Chinese receiver and several Springfield
Shooting Targets – Chinese receiver and several Springfield Armory, Inc. receivers. Chinese receiver and several Springfield Armory, Inc. receivers. It would not insert into the operating rod channel. The operating rod looks very good but I recommend having a M14 Scope Mounts gunsmith fit a TMI operating rod to your receiver. The Pictorial M14 Scope […]


Shooting Targets –

Chinese receiver and several Springfield Armory, Inc. receivers.
Chinese receiver and several Springfield Armory, Inc. receivers. It would not insert into the operating rod channel. The operating rod looks very good but I recommend having a M14 Scope Mounts gunsmith fit a TMI operating rod to your receiver. The Pictorial M14 Scope Mounts Magazine Identification Guide remains free and available for unlimited distribution. I […]

Mesa Tactical
Mesa Tactical Mesa Tactical – Mesa Tactical Mesa Tactical – Mesa Tactical Stencils – MIL-SPEC MONKEY STOREOur CC security can be a bit strong at times, please use paypal or google checkout to pay if you run into issues (no special signup required). After an order is … Although FN did not get the Garand replacement Although […]

M14 Scope Mounts
M14 Scope Mounts – 11/3/2010 8:29:06 PM EDT Oh hell ,why not ? Any way I have a Larue Tactical LT- 129 Cantilever mount that I bought with my Aimpoint ML3,and I have to say the mount is rock solid and I switch out that mount with […]

Mesa Tactical
Mesa Tactical – Received this from a Threeper I trust implicitly regarding LaRue Tactical quality control problems and service issues. He included a copy of a series of emails back and forth beginning in December of last year. Here’s his latest to me: Mike, I’d like to warn […]

Mesa Tactical
Mesa Tactical – Mesa Tactical

M14 Scope Mounts
M14 Scope Mounts – Actually, the problem with the Mesa Tactical connectors is usually that the pins allow enough slop in the FCG that it wobbles in the receiver (ETA: which is what they said to you), causing feeding problems. There have been some problems with them pinching the receiver early on as well (I […]

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Actually, the problem with the Mesa Tactical connectors is usually that the pins allow enough slop in the FCG that it wobbles in the receiver (ETA: which is what they said to you), causing feeding problems. There have been some problems with them pinching the receiver early on as well (I would say those are stacked tolerance issues where less than stellar Mossberg manufacturing combined with connectors that allowed the pinching to occur), but typically the problem is the wobble. Good that your shotgun is working. acidman 9/29/2010 8:47:27 AM I’ve had my Mesa Tactical 930 side saddle sitting in the pile of “shit that don’t work as advertised” for over a year now. My original issue was the supplied chicago screws were of a smaller diameter then the stock mossberg pins. When called on this, they denied any issue and said it was the first they heard of this. The trigger assembly would float in the recevier and the gun would not fire more then one shot. I was stuck with this $50 paperweight because there was no way I would ever sell this side saddle on the EE because it never even worked. It turned my 930 into a club.

“This is not a done deal today,” said
“This is not a done deal today,” said Council member Claudia Walters, who represents the district where the development would be built. “This is a kicking off of the public process.” Councilman Tom Rawles voted against the motion for a reason he did not want to discuss publicly. Rawles said he was concerned with an […]

“This is not a done deal today,” said Council member Claudia Walters, who represents the district where the development would be built. “This is a kicking off of the public process.”

Councilman Tom Rawles voted against the motion for a reason he did not want to discuss publicly.

Rawles said he was concerned with an item on the incentive list. Mayor Keno Hawker abstained because his back yard abuts the mall site.

A pedestrian-oriented theater district on 30 acres would be the first phase of construction, which could begin in about 18 months.

That includes a 57,000 square-foot Cinemark theater, the second the national chain would locate in Arizona, and 103,000 square feet of retail space.

“This is going to be a place where you want to be,” said head architect Robert Saemisch of Saemisch DiBella Architects Inc., which will design the theater.

Future phases include the Bass Pro store on 25 acres, a 110-acre retail district where the Super Wal-Mart would locate, a 30-acre auto mall and a 45-acrecommerce park.

Bass Pro Shops, an outdoor sporting-goods giant that sells everything from rods and rifles to hunters’ underarm deodorant and camouflage infant booties, attracts millions of tourists annually.

The Missouri-based chain is opening its first Western store in Las Vegas on Nov. 11. Saemisch estimated that the 180,000- to 200,000-square-foot store in Mesa Tactical could attract 2 million tourists a year.

The developers’ proposal will be considered at several City Council sessions and planning and zoning meetings.

The city also plans to hold several public meetings on the development.

markm
8/20/2004 12:19:37 PM

But Tempe Mayor Hugh Hallman didn’t see it as a battle, instead hoping both developments could “complement each other” and become a regional retail force.

Who is Hugh Hallman? I though Tempe’s mayor was that Peter Puffing Homo, Neil Guliano!

(Hugh must be his Homeland Security Advisor.)
mylhouse
8/20/2004 12:42:25 PM
I think Guiliano finally retired to go chug cock elsewhere than the upsidedown pyramid…
TimW
8/20/2004 6:22:17 PM
Guilani retired
Hallman got elected.

The use of taxpayer money to “lure” businesses is repugnant, no matter what business it is.

Will Glendale give a Blimpie’s owner a multi-million (hell—multithousand) dollar tax break like that? I mean…sales taxes in Glendale and jobs, too…?

Answer is no. No city will.

It’s bullshit and taxpayers should be outraged.

TimW
Phoenix
innocent_bystander
8/20/2004 6:38:05 PM
Tim,

I’m sure the city is thinking about their new tax source is trying to bring in buisiness. Maybe a $40 million dollar investment isn’t a bad thing if the city stands to make $10 million a year in income.
TimW
8/20/2004 7:14:59 PM
Originally Posted By innocent_bystander:
Tim,

I’m sure the city is thinking about their new tax source is trying to bring in buisiness. Maybe a $40 million dollar investment isn’t a bad thing if the city stands to make $10 million a year in income.

Why don’t they try creating a business environment where they don’t have to give taxpayer-funded bribes/kickbakcs/payoffs (which is all this is) in order to attract businesses.

I can’t imagine that residents wouldn’t like their portion of the $40 million instead of it going to a government-funded giveaway.

Tim
tfod
8/20/2004 8:42:42 PM
Better than spending money on a stadium.
TimW
8/21/2004 12:10:42 AM
Originally Posted By tfod:
Better than spending money on a stadium.

Tell me about it. I spent enough of my own money trying to get it stopped.

TimW
(Glendale) AZ
The_Macallan
8/21/2004 12:50:50 AM

I’m with TimW on this one. I’m repulsed by the basic principle of using taxation as a means to coerce or bribe individuals to do or not do something.

SPECTRE
8/21/2004 11:36:46 PM
Originally Posted By The_Macallan:
I’m with TimW on this one. I’m repulsed by the basic principle of using taxation as a means to coerce or bribe individuals to do or not do something.

AMEN !!


Mesa Tactical

Received this from a Threeper I trust implicitly
Received this from a Threeper I trust implicitly regarding LaRue Tactical quality control problems and service issues. He included a copy of a series of emails back and forth beginning in December of last year. Here’s his latest to me: Mike, I’d like to warn people about buying scope mounts from LaRue Tactical since you […]

Received this from a Threeper I trust implicitly regarding LaRue Tactical quality control problems and service issues. He included a copy of a series of emails back and forth beginning in December of last year. Here’s his latest to me:

Mike,

I’d like to warn people about buying scope mounts from LaRue Tactical since you may well not get the one you need, and then they won’t do anything about it. When you spend $250.00 for a scope mount, it damn well be the one you needed, especially when you called and spoke to their rep before ordering.

If you could warn your readers, I think it would be a great service to them. Perhaps ask David to do the same. The story is in the below email stream.

The picture of my rife, scope mount and scope fitted and bore-sighted attached. As you can see, it has to go all the way up to the turret to get a decent eye relief. Also, I had to crank it all the way up to get it bore-sighted for 100 yards, leaving no more elevation for greater distances.

Before anyone buys a quick disconnect sight from LaRue Tactical, they better know exactly what they need to get because the reps at LaRue have no idea.

The shame is that I have previously purchased two other mounts for ACOGS for my other rifles from them. Still they have no interest in rectifying this situation.

Thanks,

WarriorClass
III

My son has been collecting the components to build himself a 7.62 NATO sniper platform on an Armalite receiver much like the one pictured. He was thinking, if memory serves me correctly, of getting a LaRue Tactical mount like the one pictured. I will discourage him from doing so. –
M14 Scope Mounts

M14 Scope Mounts
All CAS-14/Cluster Rails’ will be sold exclusively by Springfield Armory. The weight difference between the VLTOR and the Sage is enough to definitely matter. H2O_MAN [Team Member] 9/23/2009 11:31:20 PM I bet the weight difference between the Vltor and the M4 style SAGE stock is negligible. M14 Scope Mountsxx1 [Member] 9/24/2009 12:36:44 PM Sage folding […]

All CAS-14/Cluster Rails’ will be sold exclusively by Springfield Armory. The weight difference between the VLTOR and the Sage is enough to definitely matter. H2O_MAN [Team Member] 9/23/2009 11:31:20 PM I bet the weight difference between the Vltor and the M4 style SAGE stock is negligible. M14 Scope Mountsxx1 [Member] 9/24/2009 12:36:44 PM Sage folding stock? Thats awesome but do you have a link? I cant find it. REM40X [Team Member] 9/24/2009 3:41:25 PM H2O_MAN [Team Member] 9/24/2009 3:53:11 PM REM40X, nice rig… what does it weigh? REM40X [Team Member] 9/24/2009 4:50:23 PM Originally Posted By H2O_MAN: REM40X, nice rig… what does it weigh? Thanks. Shoots great too. 13 lbs as pictured with an empty magazine (medium heavy barrel). Gunluster [Team Member]I’ve got a nice CMMG AR that I’m thinking about trading for a Polytech M14 Scope Mounts. I have 3 other ARs but no M14 Scope Mounts-style rifles. Both guns have about the same amount of use, apparently (a few hundred rounds).

M14 Scope Mounts
Not good for Close Quarter Combat Excellent! I have been saying all this stuff for years and years. Despite all this, we still can enjoy our M14 Scope Mountss and M14 Scope Mounts-EBRs because we are range ninja’s. No need to make stuff up about how awesome the platform is like some people do here […]

Not good for Close Quarter Combat

Excellent! I have been saying all this stuff for years and years. Despite all this, we still can enjoy our M14 Scope Mountss and M14 Scope Mounts-EBRs because we are range ninja’s. No need to make stuff up about how awesome the platform is like some people do here
GeorgeCostanza [Member]
8/9/2010 2:53:39 PM
Originally Posted By Milo5:
This is my rifle.

http://www.fototime.com/98BC1BA33ED3510/standard.jpg

The M4 EBR stock is based on the Navy SEAL EBR stock.


3/1/2012 9:19:08 PM EDT Originally Posted By boywonder777: Originally Posted By SSeric02: Not Aimpoint branded but virtually identical and probably from the same source: http://www.midwayusa.com/product/412445/leupold-30mm-rifleman-vertical-split-rings-weaver-style-medium-matte cool i found those as well. since ARMS used 1″ weaver mounts for their flashlight mount, it would make sense that they used whatever commercially available parts were available that they didn’t produce in house. guess Aimpoint might have done the same. Haha, I discovered the same thing with the old school Surefire flashlight mounts from that era- actually 1″ Weaver mounts. boywonder777

M14 Scope Mounts
M14 Scope Mounts – “This is not a done deal today,” said Council member Claudia Walters, who represents the district where the development would be built. “This is a kicking off of the public process.” Councilman Tom Rawles voted against the motion for a reason he did not want to discuss publicly. Rawles said he […]

M14 Scope Mounts

“This is not a done deal today,” said Council member Claudia Walters, who represents the district where the development would be built. “This is a kicking off of the public process.” Councilman Tom Rawles voted against the motion for a reason he did not want to discuss publicly. Rawles said he was concerned with an item on the incentive list. Mayor Keno Hawker abstained because his back yard abuts the mall site. A pedestrian-oriented theater district on 30 acres would be the first phase of construction, which could begin in about 18 months. That includes a 57,000 square-foot Cinemark theater, the second the national chain would locate in Arizona, and 103,000 square feet of retail space. “This is going to be a place where you want to be,” said head architect Robert Saemisch of Saemisch DiBella Architects Inc., which will design the theater. Future phases include the Bass Pro store on 25 acres, a 110-acre retail district where the Super Wal-Mart would locate, a 30-acre auto mall and a 45-acrecommerce park. Bass Pro Shops, an outdoor sporting-goods giant that sells everything from rods and rifles to hunters’ underarm deodorant and camouflage infant booties, attracts millions of tourists annually. The Missouri-based chain is opening its first Western store in Las Vegas on Nov. 11. Saemisch estimated that the 180,000- to 200,000-square-foot store in Mesa Tactical could attract 2 million tourists a year. The developers’ proposal will be considered at several City Council sessions and planning and zoning meetings. The city also plans to hold several public meetings on the development. markm 8/20/2004 12:19:37 PM But Tempe Mayor Hugh Hallman didn’t see it as a battle, instead hoping both developments could “complement each other” and become a regional retail force. Who is Hugh Hallman? I though Tempe’s mayor was that Peter Puffing Homo, Neil Guliano! (Hugh must be his Homeland Security Advisor.) mylhouse 8/20/2004 12:42:25 PM I think Guiliano finally retired to go chug cock elsewhere than the upsidedown pyramid… TimW 8/20/2004 6:22:17 PM Guilani retired Hallman got elected. The use of taxpayer money to “lure” businesses is repugnant, no matter what business it is. Will Glendale give a Blimpie’s owner a multi-million (hell—multithousand) dollar tax break like that? I mean…sales taxes in Glendale and jobs, too…? Answer is no. No city will. It’s bullshit and taxpayers should be outraged. TimW Phoenix innocent_bystander 8/20/2004 6:38:05 PM Tim, I’m sure the city is thinking about their new tax source is trying to bring in buisiness. Maybe a $40 million dollar investment isn’t a bad thing if the city stands to make $10 million a year in income. TimW 8/20/2004 7:14:59 PM Originally Posted By innocent_bystander: Tim, I’m sure the city is thinking about their new tax source is trying to bring in buisiness. Maybe a $40 million dollar investment isn’t a bad thing if the city stands to make $10 million a year in income. Why don’t they try creating a business environment where they don’t have to give taxpayer-funded bribes/kickbakcs/payoffs (which is all this is) in order to attract businesses. I can’t imagine that residents wouldn’t like their portion of the $40 million instead of it going to a government-funded giveaway. Tim tfod 8/20/2004 8:42:42 PM Better than spending money on a stadium. TimW 8/21/2004 12:10:42 AM Originally Posted By tfod: Better than spending money on a stadium. Tell me about it. I spent enough of my own money trying to get it stopped. TimW (Glendale) AZ The_Macallan 8/21/2004 12:50:50 AM I’m with TimW on this one. I’m repulsed by the basic principle of using taxation as a means to coerce or bribe individuals to do or not do something. SPECTRE 8/21/2004 11:36:46 PM Originally Posted By The_Macallan: I’m with TimW on this one. I’m repulsed by the basic principle of using taxation as a means to coerce or bribe individuals to do or not do something. AMEN !!

Not good for Close Quarter Combat Excellent! I
Not good for Close Quarter Combat Excellent! I have been saying all this stuff for years and years. Despite all this, we still can enjoy our M14 Scope Mountss and M14 Scope Mounts-EBRs because we are range ninja’s. No need to make stuff up about how awesome the platform is like some people do here […]

Not good for Close Quarter Combat

Excellent! I have been saying all this stuff for years and years. Despite all this, we still can enjoy our M14 Scope Mountss and M14 Scope Mounts-EBRs because we are range ninja’s. No need to make stuff up about how awesome the platform is like some people do here
GeorgeCostanza [Member]
8/9/2010 2:53:39 PM
Originally Posted By Milo5:
This is my rifle.

http://www.fototime.com/98BC1BA33ED3510/standard.jpg

The M4 EBR stock is based on the Navy SEAL EBR stock.

The SpecOps works off two springs and the main one can jump the pin in the receiver mount. There are no user repair parts so the stock is then FUBAR and good luck getting one from Black Hawk. Knoxx made a good product, damn shame who they sold it to. The transition of the recoil to the rear and back is smoother with the Mesa Tactical w/Endine Buffer. The Mesa Tactical will last the life of the weapon. I can not say that for the SpecOps.

Grip Pod
Anyone have use with both that can make a comparison? I like that the grip pod can still be used as a VFG when the bipodis deployed I dislike that it is so skinny and does not accept pressure pads for a light Anyone want to way in on this? ChuckD05

Anyone have use with both that can make a comparison? I like that the grip pod can still be used as a VFG when the bipodis deployed I dislike that it is so skinny and does not accept pressure pads for a light Anyone want to way in on this? ChuckD05

M14 Scope Mounts
M14 Scope Mounts M14 Scope Mounts – Mesa Tactical M14 Scope Mounts – Mesa Tactical

M14 Scope Mounts
M14 Scope Mounts – Mesa Tactical

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Mesa Tactical