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this thread is haunting me , this is the 4th time that I have read it.

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My second time back. Not quite the quivers yet, but as confession I'm certain there have been a couple of muzzle devices that have passed through my hands that would probably give a reasonable individual pause. Even I ended not using them after sensible thought returned.

My setup on my MSAR was tacticool to a painful extreme, but I've since gone through therapy over than one. However I haven't been cured enough to stop wanting a Super Mario Bullet Bill engraved on a future AR build. Wink



Sorry about the size; not my pic. But its scale about sums up my obsession. Big Grin
 
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That was money that could have gone to ammo or range time.


So is the $100 wagyu tomahawk steak just had. I don’t regret either Wink


I think I will go buy a pistol bayonet now. Smile


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That was money that could have gone to ammo or range time.


So is the $100 wagyu tomahawk steak just had. I don’t regret either Wink


I think I will go buy a pistol bayonet now. Smile


Now you’re talkin! You never know when it will just be you and your pistol storming a WWIesque trench!


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OK. I spent $12.99 on some 9mm ammo yesterday and I shoot on public land for free. I think I can justify spending $25.59 on this:

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Firef...p2060353.m1438.l2649


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At the local gun show last week, I saw a gizmo similar to the one the OP showed. This one was designed to mount an RMR type sight on. It seemed impractical but practical at the same time.


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If its cool, and makes you lovingly stroke your firearm late at night, then its worth it.


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thats actually a pretty cool add on and practical in the sense you can beat meat or chest press a perp...

Soggy, that's a big fuggin boolit, do you carry the USS Missouri to fire it? LOL



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Actually, no. One of my biggest pet peaves major psychotic hatreds is people putting pointless aftermarket junk on a perfectly good gun. Especially the guys who have more than $200 invested in aftermarket parts for Glocks which seems to be all the fashion these days.


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...the guys who have more than $200 invested in aftermarket parts for Glocks which seems to be all the fashion these days.


Yup, Thats me! Cost just over $200 to convert them to .38 Super, The first one with the Burris topped out at just over $350. I have two of 'em now. Big Grin



My other Sig is a Steyr...
 
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Actually, no. One of my biggest pet peaves major psychotic hatreds is people putting pointless aftermarket junk on a perfectly good gun. Especially the guys who have more than $200 invested in aftermarket parts for Glocks which seems to be all the fashion these days.


What do you care?

What's it to you?

Make me wanna zev up my Glawk, boy...
 
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