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  1. I've got several units still in the box they came in.
  2. Man, so I had to go back and dig this old thread up. I just today shot this rifle and can for the very first time. Do you guys do that too? Buy something then stick it in the safe and take forever to get back to it? Geez...……. Anyway, super quiet can, great shooting rifle, real nice combo. This should be a good pig harvesting setup.
  3. I know Jen from Texas Tactical, she is indeed good people.
  4. Interesting read, thanks for posting. If you follow his name link you'll find more interesting reads. Not everything he writes is spot on with my views, but he has opinions, no doubt. https://medium.com/@bjcampbell
  5. Red - please post a bit more descriptive title to your threads. Thank you sir.
  6. Thx for the reply. No sir, I have the disconnect and sear oriented correctly. And this is a series 70 configuration.
  7. I'm working on a new build and am hung up on assembly. When I get the mainspring housing pinned and cock the action, I drop in the thumb safety. After that, I can’t get the hammer to return, the trigger is completely locked out. If I just take the thumb safety out and let the grip safety hang loose, the trigger will action the hammer. I’ve tried several different mainsprings and several different grip safeties, to no avail. Can anyone help me with what’s catching on what? Thanks all, appreciate any input.
  8. Madhouse


    And the rain just keeps coming here in Houston too. Flooding is happening in spots again, this is getting old.
  9. Tom, I'm with you, FFDP is my go-to band, has been for the past few years.
  10. The safe with AR's have them all leaning a different way, alternating - the stocks keep me from stacking one in every slot. In the hunting rifle safe, they're stacked three deep, leaning on each other - I minimize contact with each other using gun socks, etc. Dang, I need another safe.
  11. shepp - it was just west of SLC in Tooele, at the Ford Performance Racing School complex, although most of the day was well off campus out in the dirt and mountains sketch - the lie-o-meter tells me 16 all day in town, when I drove to STL last Christmas I got 19 on the open road. I do go off-road, for sure, this is my hunting rig, it performs very well. We've had a ton of rain for a while now and this spring has been a mud fest up there, she's gotten her feet very dirty. Towing, if it's relatively regular duty, will do just fine. But if I were towing big loads frequently, I'd have a 3/4 ton of some flavor.
  12. This is my third truck with the 3.5L eco-boost. Believe me, I'm a fan of V8's, but after driving this little powerhouse around for 7 years, I'm not sure I'd go back. There are rumors that they'll swap in the flat 5.2L V8 in the Raptor just before they do a new body in a few years, but I doubt I would swap just for that.
  13. That's an interesting one. Lemme know if it pokes its ugly head out again.
  14. Madhouse


    I just heard about the 3-2-1 method this past week, gonna have to try that. Those look real good shepp.
  15. Man, that was an amazing experience! Aside from seeing some of Utah which I'd never seen before, the Ford Performance Racing School did an awesome job on the Raptor Assault experience.
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