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About Mauser88

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  • Birthday 01/01/1970
  1. Well what are we waiting for? Let's have a Saturday or Sunday shoot. Email me at Mauser88@comcast.com and let's put it together already!!!
  2. Don't be turned off with a Kimber. The early versions with external extractors had some problems. They dispensed with them and went internal. Fit, finish and quality are really nice. My TLE II in stainless and my SIS both work 100% right out of the box. Nothing wrong with the Sig if that strikes your fancy. Just stay away from the low end versions of 1911's and as they are not worth the hassle. If you can find a nice condition Colt series 70, that's the best way to go.' Your welcome to try mine anytime at CJ.
  3. You get what you pay for. The APV is 100 times better then the Bushnell. Optics are super clear. They are great scopes. So he should of just spent $2k and gotten a SB, or USO. =) For $50 or less it is tough to beat that value. If you spend $150 or so, Muellers are great scopes. Only a keyboard command would buy a USO scope. If your going to spend that kind of money only a Night force or Leupold will be. However anyone who buys a Kimber Tactical rifle as a sniper doesn't have a clue!!!!! Ignorance is bliss!!
  4. You get what you pay for. The APV is 100 times better then the Bushnell. Optics are super clear.
  5. Good luck with that. No way this will ever be NJ legal.
  6. Tokarev and the Czech CZ-52 are worth the price of ammo.
  7. Hope it works out for you but the better choice would have been the Mueller APV. It is a great scope but also 2.5 times the price. =) There is no right or wrong. =) My Mueller APV was $129.00. I found it on Ebay.
  8. Mauser88

    Magpul PRS stock

    No one knows. Why not write a letter to the AG's office and find out???
  9. Mauser88

    Magpul PRS stock

    To: EPS Directorate Subject: Question about legality of Magpul PRS rifle stocks in New Jersey Hello, I have a question about the New Jersey Assault Weapons Ban. As you probably know, the federal ban expired in 1994, but certain states have their own AWB that did not expire. New Jersey's is similar to the federal ban in regards to flash hider, collapsible or telescoping stocks, bayonet lugs, etc on semiautomatic weapons. My question is in regards to a stock for AR-15 type rifles, known as the Magpul PRS. As quoted from Magpul's website, the stock is adjustable for length of pull. "Compared to the A2 stock, the PRS can shorten the LOP by 0.25" or extend it by 0.75"." (http://www.magpul.com/catalog/index.php ... o&cPath=70 _88_90&products_id=193). Does this constitute a collapsible or telescoping stock? It is my understanding that the Magpul PRS is designed to be adjustable only for shooter comfort, not for concealment purposes. The only part of the stock that is adjustable is the butt pad (which will only adjust 1''), whereas the main body of the stock is fixed and does not move. Thank you for your time Their response below: Thank you for contacting the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives. The stock in question is a collapsible stock. ATF - Enforcement Programs and Services
  10. Hope it works out for you but the better choice would have been the Mueller APV.
  11. Mauser88

    .357 Suggestions

    S&W 686 is the way to go.
  12. Make sure you use FMJ bullets. Anything else will be a jam-o-matic.
  13. Stuff happens. Life isn't perfect.
  14. Mauser88

    Magpul PRS stock

    Really??? The ATF says otherwise.
  15. So how many do we have here?
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