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  • Birthday 01/21/1985

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    Matt Huhn

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  1. Does anyone know if the center locations for the trigger and hammer pins on a large pin receiver are the same as the small pin?
  2. Looks about like what I did. I just opted for the darkest shade of JB Weld and the black aluminum blasting media. I've shot about 1k rounds through it since and haven't had any problems at all.
  3. midget

    Pot Holes

    Just about lost a spine Friday... Hit one on the Street Triple R... Talk about HANG ON!
  4. midget

    Pot Holes

    I just got back from changing my wife's tire. There goes another 150$....
  5. Nevermind, I am a dumbass. The collet wasn't locked into the holders cap.
  6. Gentlemen, I need your help with a simple problem. I am having issue mounting end mills in straight/centered in my er20 collets. No matter what I do, they tilt. http://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-Ak3G0IabNIE/U0SiURYEXjI/AAAAAAAAQL0/7rVnAZ8eoLM/s1024-no/IMAGE_148.jpg
  7. I have not, but if it is bad enough, I would call Mossberg and get a replacement. I know there are guys here saying that mossberg's service sucks, but personally, I've never had a problem.
  8. I wouldn't worry about it. As long as it is a surface imperfection rather than a crack.
  9. KKM. Their only job is barrels.
  10. midget

    Glock 22 vs 35

    Also, it is worth mentioning, that if you get a gen 3, you can get a long slide conversion if you want to.
  11. midget

    Glock 22 vs 35

    The only advantage is the longer sight radius, but if you shoot the 22 well, I wouldn't worry about switching. I built my limited gun off a 22 and have no desire to go to the 35.
  12. Because some of us ended up shooting Open with a single stack because of .2oz
  13. Matt, I do not forsee an issue with this with the exception of maybe not making the legal weight. Just be sure it is the proper length as outlined in Appendix D5 of 3.25 inches measured from rear of the slide stop pin to the front of the dust cover. John -----Original Message----- From: Matt Huhn [mailto:mattjhuhn@gmail.com] Sent: Tuesday, January 14, 2014 5:08 PM To: DNROI Subject: Re: A single stack question John, This one doesn't belong to me, but this is the same idea: http://www.calhouncustomfirearms.com/?p=160 Thanks! -Matt On Tue, Jan 14, 2014 at 5:06 PM, DNROI <dnroi@uspsa.org> wrote: Matt, The square trigger guard is fine, do you have a picture of the square dust cover? John -----Original Message----- From: Matt Huhn [mailto:mattjhuhn@gmail.com] Sent: Tuesday, January 14, 2014 10:44 AM To: dnroi@uspsa.org Subject: A single stack question John, As per usual, there is a debate over on Enos and I would like your input. I'm in the beginning stages of putting together a new single stack gun and want to double check on the division legality of the frame. I am wanting to use a frame with a square dust cover (trimmed to legal length) and square trigger guard. The debate is about whether a squaredust cover is allowed. Any input you can provide would be great. Thank you! -Matt
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