------------------Originally posted by Ned Christiansen:
"Hopefully we can skip the part about getting killed by them".... me too....
Hey George, whaddya say we go the other way and collaborate on the design of a new, life-saving guide rod that chambers a .22 magnum, so that if, say, after 27 reloads the fight is still not over, and you need just one more shot, you can fire this .22 mag by maybe holding a Bic lighter under the dust cover until it cooks off?
Dep. Tom, I remember those Detonics rods-- man that was a while ago. That was the first use I ever saw of a urethane buffer, and I liked that it was sandwiched between two steel plates. Had the dual springs and all-- I used it on a bowling pin gun for a long time and it seemed to work well in my case, I don't recall any problem with it locking back or anything.
Ned, I told someone on this forum That I'd been around for a while.Just because there's snow on the roof,doesn't mean..er..eh??..well never mind.tom.( first stages of altzheimers or just getting old?HA-HA!)
Keeping it simple by not using a guide rod-- nothing wrong with that. I'm about 50/50 on them-- not a big issue for me either way.