Midland285AmmoLandReviewed by HCom on Feb 18Rating:
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I just bought a Remington 700 compact for my wife seven days before the recall notice. I have made arrangements with a gunsmith to mount a scope on the rifle. Would Remington send a trigger assembly to the gunsmith and let him swap the defective trigger out? It would be a lot less hassle for me because the gunsmith resides 280 miles from my home and I have to deliver the rifle to him to get the scope mounted. My wife plans to use the rifle for an African hunt in a few weeks. That doesn’t leave much time to send the rifle to Remington. Thank you and please let me know Remington’s thoughts.
pure Agenda 21 bs
what a tangled web
partnership= nobody accountable, skew the lines, overlay the existing, obfuscate truth
TRANSLATION/ trout,quail and horses off limit
I had the Mossberg 500 or 590 in mind until I saw the Saiga. I like the idea of the semi-auto clip to avoid the need to pump.
I’m strictly home defense as I’m getting a bit elderly, but don’t want a hand grenade just yet.
Question… will the damn thing ever jam? Of Course, I have nightmares about jamming… what’d u do if that happens…. toss the whole gun at the intruder and wait to see if he can unjam the thing and drill me? Tain’t funny.
If you can have only one, which one would it be.
The only viable argument that I have read here is the issue of trying to make Bundy pay back taxes on the grazing fees, and taking his cattle to settle the fee issue. That is not right, Ill give you that. But too many of you are looking to make this an issue so you can use your high powered toys and start a blood bath. That is where you will ultimately loose. If Bundy does not own the land, ( he needs to prove that in court ) and is required to pay fees like everyone else.. he does NOT get a free ride on MY DIME! He is an ignorant farmer who does not think he has to answer to any laws. Go ahead, start your war, you also may want to write some wills while you are at it.
Hope more people come to their senses in the “Land of Lautenberg”.