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Cheflife15

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  1. I would be in for a meet up. I'd love a Sunday range day.
  2. I have no problems upgrading certain parts. It's more the size and dimensions of the gun that draw me to it.
  3. Interesting feedback. Pmd
  4. That's a pretty brutal review lol. My accuracy point is in terms of at distance compared to a daniel defense. The only info I have on this gun is what others wrote about it. @Displaced Texantrigger comment could be a huge reason for less than ideal accuracy. I always thought when reviewers discuss accuracy they would use a bench rest, thus taking the human error out of the equation but that probably isn't the case.
  5. The reviews I've watched on the tavor and hellion have stated they're not as accurate. As far as the spinal surgery part, I find holding bullpups to be less taxing on my back. The Daniel defense i have is only .5 lbs heavier then my beretta cx4. It feels significantly heavier. I also have an easier time holding the Beretta closer to the body without extending my support hand further, thus taking some pressure off as well. Shorter barrel was the wrong term where I meant shorter guns in general. Can I ask what you didn't like about the tavor?
  6. I recently purchased a Daniel defense ddm4 v7. It’s accurate and aesthetic. However I think because of my spinal surgery, I prefer Bullpup style guns. I like shorter barrel, easy to hold guns. I’m debating selling or trading for a Springfield hellion or an iwi tavor x95. Is there any disadvantage to a Bullpup that i will lose by switching? I don’t really see myself ever shooting past 100 yards.
  7. The more I read the more I'm open to 2 stage. I'll look into this. It seems at close range single stage vs 2 stage is negligible. Interesting, so hypothetically speaking, the hiperfire would be MORE reliable? Any negative side effects to a heavier hammer?
  8. There is no budget. What do you mean hits harder? Also trying to keep this trigger as reliable as possible
  9. What would you suggest? I would like all options on the table.
  10. Ammo and training are already in the budget. I'm here for a trigger. Let's not derail please.
  11. So I was looking at single stage triggers. I'm not quite sure I see the advantage in a 2 stage. Why would you pick that over a one stage?
  12. Looking for a single stage trigger. Would like something with a light clean break. I would like the pull weight between 3.5 to 4 lbs. I'm currently debating between these 2 but all recommendations are welcome. RISE Armament RA-535 Advanced-Performance Trigger Timney Triggers AR-15 Competition Trigger
  13. I understand the experiment. My point is, the psychological evaluation is done based on what they said. What other conclusion would they have come to? do you think psychologists have no basis to make proper diagnoses because if this study?
  14. Would you give someone a clean bill of health if they had told you they were hearing voices? It's literally what being schitzo in remission is.
  15. Well I mean if they went to the psyche ward because they said they were hearing voices then what else would they be diagnosed with?
  16. Except that they will be, and the reality is you live in a state where you and everyone else let them be infringed. And if kids keep getting shot in schools, there will be more infringement. That's the direction this is going. So it's time to start thinking of ways to keep legal guns out of the hands of nutjobs.
  17. I didn't think they would last as long as a honda. They're also more expensive to maintain.
  18. I see where you are coming from. However we are arguing seperate points. I'm saying what it should be to help the current problem, and you're arguing what it could become. This is why I too am hesitant. Because I don't trust they will have our best intentions in mind. In a better world though, I would be ok with an unbiased and moderate person deciding this. Unfortunately everything is a slippery slope
  19. Feel free to voice your opinion. I'm far from soft. I disagree still. The shrinks not looking to see if you're gay, cross dress etc. It's to potentially see if you are vengeful, angry, resentful. Self harming doesn't carry the same weight as being gay. "Cantonal police don't take their duty doling out gun licenses lightly. They might consult a psychiatrist or talk with authorities in other cantons where a prospective gun buyer has lived to vet the person." The issue with your Argument is you're doing it from the prospective that every shrink will be a bleeding heart anti gun liberal. For it to work the person would have to be unbiased and work from structured questions. The current political climate isn't going to allow us to deal with this. They are going to continue to ban guns if people are legally buying guns and shooting children.
  20. Unfortunately this is still the dilemmna I have. I agree with you. That's why this is an issue. Here we have so many anti gunners due to situations like this. In Sweden and Norway, it's not as prevalent because these shootings don't occur as often. It's almost like you have to cut down on these shootings to normalize gun ownership in this country.
  21. I do see that, but If criteria is concrete then there's less room for interpretation. Has this person self harmed? Any history of threats? There's no denying the steps in place don't work if this nut got a gun in the time it takes to make a phone call. If they don't make it harder, and these shootings keep happening, they will take everything at some point. It's that simple. Parents don't want to see kids getting shot weekly on the news.
  22. Maybe some type of psyche evaluation like they do in Sweden and Norway. I can't imagine anything more then a 30 minute conversation with this kid or researching his social history posts could've stopped or delayed him from getting a gun.
  23. I agree with all of this. Your 1st paragraph is my main dilemma. Any unbiased person can say the steps we have In place don't work. There's a way to make it better without neutering/taking things away. Truth is, If these shootings keep happening, They will keep taking things away and banning them. Parents don't want to send their kids to schools that look like rikers Island. We are in the minority here. If we as lawbiding gun owners don't make it harder for criminals to LEGALLY get guns, we will lose more rights. That's the point I'm making.
  24. Yes let's send kids to schools designed like prisons because better background checks are too inconvenient. I can't get behind this logic. The issue is nics doesn't stop criminals from LEGALLY getting guns. Hence there is an obvious problem with it.
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