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BigBamBoo

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    Stan Clewett

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  1. He is EXTREMELY busy right now, but he does respond quickly via Facebook.
  2. No sir...I have run the 10/22 trigger parts in mine for quite awhile now. Have never had any issues.
  3. Huh....ran my 38SC that way. Guy I sold it runs it that way. He even set his other SC rig up that way. yes, it is a bit harder to rack with the hammer down, buy unless you are girly, it is not an issue. Again, this is not a new thing and has been around awhile....in fact you yourself wrote about it here some time ago. Cheers
  4. If you want to make your rig shoot “flatter” and not use the heavier main spring...try a flat base firing pin stop. This will slow the unlocking and slide movement and make the gun flatter. This has been around a long time, so you can do a bit of searching and find lots of info on it. Have fun.
  5. Tool less guid rods and zig rackers on both my open rigs. Makes for easy take down.
  6. I have a Taccom mag splice (colt pattern) and want to use the roll pin technique to join the springs. Just wondering what size roll pin to get? Also, do folks solder the pin, crimp it, etc.? Thank you.
  7. Most WSB I see say something like, “seated in chair, back touching back of chair, etc.”. I am not trying to cause trouble, the wording above is from the WSB. Just wondering how many are going to sit ON the chair back and jump to the starting position. The wording really is pretty vague IMO.
  8. Ok, say a stage has a chair start. And the stage briefing says: “Sitting on chair, loaded gun on table, muzzle pointed down range with trigger guard centered over "X". Now to me....I am taking that as one can literally “sit on” the chair....not in the chair. What say the crowd?
  9. Looks like a nice rig. Welcome to open! For me open has been the funnest devision to shoot in bar none.
  10. I did not build the gun so...no, “I” did not.
  11. Don did it again. I have a good friend who is always helping everyone else out and asks nothing in return. So a bunch of us from our club came together and with the help of Don and were able to get him an open gun setup. Here are the before and after pics. A true testament to Don's work.
  12. Congrats on the new rig. You will have lots of fun with it. Don builds fantastic pistols.
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