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  1. I’ve never ordered a gun from evike but they’ve shipped me parts no problem. I usually get my guns from eBay.
  2. I don’t think it’s *required* but the timing can be advanced to use it. Even my Focus ST can pull enough timing to use 87 because mfrs know people are morons and don’t pay attention if premium was 12% more expensive but it gave you 25% more power and mileage why wouldn’t you?
  3. I’m going from memory because I don’t have that stock any more but I think there is a clamp that is fastened with a screw up by the castle nut. Since the screw can only go through there where the position selector rail doesn’t exist, there is no way to move the stock back without drilling said rail. as long as you’re willing and able to do that modification I’m sure it would be sufficiently “fixed”. But if it was me I’d get a new stock.
  4. So you have that exact configuration? If so that’s the magpul fixed carbine stock and it can’t be adjusted. You’d have to get a new stock and pin it where you want if you’re saying you’ve already swapped that out then all the other posters’ wisdom applies
  5. That’s doesnt look like normal wear is there something protruding under the sight inside the slide? I don’t think the falling-block 92 doesn’t make the same “barrel smiles” that the camming-barrel Browning pistols do but if that’s a scratch in the barrel nitriding something is not right
  6. This is the Burris Speedbead on my 870. I know they make one for the OP’s 1301, not sure about an Escort - only if the stock mount is similar to a well known gun I would guess its made to fit a fast fire but it’s really low and out of the way. I haven’t decided whether I like a dot on my shotgun but I think this is a neat solution
  7. I think I use the same, although my Stealth Gear IWB is a “vent core”. Isn’t “mini tuck” a Crossbreed model?
  8. That was written by an NPR correspondent and published by vanity fair so take your grains of salt but if this guy Wayne actually cared about the NRA he’d fall on his sword, guilty or not. Take his golden parachute and GTFO so the rest of the organization can move on
  9. I have a 1-6x Strike Eagle (they make 1-8 now too) and it does everything I want it to do. Only a few hundred bucks and good warranty edit: never mind I see you want precision work out to 300 yards. Probably not a great fit then, but I really like the new LVPOs bc they act like almost a dot up close and still can take the longer shots.
  10. Don’t need a receipt unless possibly it’s for warranty work. Just block those TP9 mags
  11. Idk if this source is any more trustworthy than any other but it says the assistant director who handed AB the gun actually called out “cold gun!” When it wasnt https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-59024820 …unless AB slipped him some cash to be the fall guy
  12. I think it’s not explicitly illegal but it’s hard to stay under the required weight limit of 50 oz that applies to handguns that have a magazine outside the grip. Plus no handguard. edit…this is what is no good: A semi-automatic pistol that has an ability to accept a detachable magazine and has at least two of the following: (1) An ammunition magazine that attaches to the pistol outside of the pistol grip; (2) A threaded barrel capable of accepting a barrel extender, flash suppressor, forward handgrip, or silencer; (3) A shroud that is attached to, or partially or completely encircles the barrel and that permits the shooter to hold the firearm with the non-trigger hand without being burned; (4) Manufactured weight of 50 ounces or more when the pistol is unloaded; and/or (5) A semi-automatic version of an automatic firearm; and
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