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Kevin Spencer

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  1. Try magblueprinting.com , Adrian Cobb. He does mine and they've always worked. Kevin Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk HD
  2. The work bike is a Police Bike. The 1911 is my duty weapon. The j frame is my back up. The 22 mag is my hideout. The Uzi is my long gun. Space is very limited on a police motorcycle. I looked at several weapons platforms that would fit in a saddle bag & this was my best option. I can fit a M4 SBR but it takes up more room, as does the HK MP 5. I had a mount made that holds the Uzi against the side of the saddle bag, giving me more room in the bag. We already the Uzi's so there was no additional cost to our agency. I was looking for a weapons platform that would cover 25 to 75 yards & the Uzi fills the bill. I can engage targets out to 100 yds with no problem. I have been able to engage steel targets from a supported rest out to 200 yds. Kevin Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk HD
  3. Thats on my work bike. When I am on my personal bike, I usually just carry a 45 in a Milt Sparks IWB holster. Kevin Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk HD
  4. 1911 Govt model on a belt holster, S&W 642 in the left front pants pocket, & a North American Arms Black Widow 22 mag inside IWB, with a Uzi subgun in the left saddle bag. Kevin Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk HD
  5. I have one mounted on my 550. It is useful to keep track of the powder charge in the cases. If I forget to charge a case it will alert me or if I double charge a case. Although with the double charge, there is usually powder spilling out Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk HD
  6. Its my understanding that unless the pilot is using night vision goggles, Lasers are very inevictive and hard to see from the cockpit. I was in a training class last year with our Medical Helicopter pilots and they told us we could use the lasers from our Tazers to direct them to our LZ. They use night vision and I guess it stands out very well. We have a state law prohibiting the pointing of lasers at aircraft but like was mentioned earlier, there other elements to the law that also have to be met. Using the laser in an emergency situation would be allowed. Kevin
  7. Apex products will not work for Smokshwn's application. He has to pass an armorer's inspection twice a year. I tried to pass a Apex product through and the armorer caught it. It was on my competition production gun, so I didn't get in trouble. Craig, Burwell's welded over travel mod might pass. I played with one at this years Nationals and as long as the trigger pull stays around 5lbs, the Rangemaster will not disassemble it. You also want one of the other 2 to do the inspection. They will notice the lighter trigger pull, and look to see if the springs have been changed but after that, they haven't been able to figure out where the lighter pull is coming from. They just assume its from the pistol being shot and worn in. Craig, you do know the 1911's will be authorized withing the next 6 weeks? Kevin
  8. I am very disappointed in the Riviera. I hope this is the last year here
  9. After updating I found Microsoft Office doesn't work with Lion. Looks like someone will have to address that. It looks like all my Adobe software works though
  10. Rich, Will your Bomar base allow it to be installed in a Colt Series 80? As it is now, all the Bomar's I have seen on a Series 80 has to have the rear sight blade hang off the back of the slide to clear the Series 80 internal parts in the slide. Thanks Kevin
  11. I feel your pain. I went through this a few months ago. Getting old is not for the week.
  12. Kevin, Cops watch cop shows ?? I love it ! Next thing I'll find out is Craig O. owns Backdraft on Bluray ! Southland is pretty good.. I would bet he does own Backdraft. If not he should.
  13. So I am in a gun shop looking at a 1911. The clerk checks the chamber first, then hands me the gun with the hammer back. I double check the chamber and then lower the hammer. I lower the hammer by holding the hammer back with my thumb, pull the trigger rearward & then lower the hammer. After doing so, the clerk tells me, that by lowering the hammer the way that I did, causes damage to the sear. I know I should have probably just dry fired it but I have an aversion to dry firing someone else gun in a public place. Any way has anyone else ever heard of this? This was a first for me. I don't see how it could do any damage but then I am not a gunsmith.
  14. I am enjoying the show. Their LE technical adviser is pretty accurate with most of Law Enforcement stuff. Its still Hollywood, but it's nice to see them trying to be accurate. Last season, Cooper & the rookie respond to a Domestic Violence call & Cooper gives them a divorce "by all the power invested him by the State of California". I have wanted to do that in so many calls. Here is your divorce, now one of you go this way and the other that way. Don't call us again. Another time Cooper is directing traffic and someone comes up to him asking what happened? He replies, "nothing, a UFO landed, move along". I loved it. :roflol:
  15. I have 2 of COM belts and I really like them. Rick is a good & honest person to deal with. I believe he will treat you right. For a company to outsource their belts is not unusual. SHOT always takes up a lot of Company's time to prepare for. I have a belt on order from Safariland and it doesn't look like its going to ship anytime soon. Kevin
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