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Sharkey

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  1. So what was the point of even posting?
  2. The teeth on that thing are serious too. Take a chunk out of ya if you aren't careful with it... And in a "non-shooting" situation, that LAST thing anyone would want is that thing in their chest I can promise you..
  3. [ATTACH=CONFIG]2542[/ATTACH]Briley Door Breacher Compensator and my one round extension cap below. The Briley is nice because it's got a portion along the bottom with no holes so it helps keep the muzzle down and the cap clean...
  4. I use the Briley Door Breacher Compensator on mine with the teeth. Attached it using the improved cylinder choke and love it. I put it on ONCE and it's never left the gun since day one. If that's a muzzle brake, how much does it claim to decrease recoil?? I'm certainly no professional on shotgun brakes but I was under the impression that recoil reduction through a muzzle brake device on a shotgun was marginal at best but of course, I could be wrong. It should at least look nice though..
  5. Sharkey

    Who's with me?

    Now THERE is a man that thinks ahead....
  6. Sharkey

    Who's with me?

    Yep. When you first get one, they sound kinda grainy and just don't seem to have it yet. Then suddenly, a couple of hundred rounds in, that's when the music starts. One night you'll be cleaning it or changing your load around or whatever and suddenly you slide the bolt and go, wow... I gotta do that again... And then again. That's when the music begins to play and you realize you have broken in one of the best pieces of shotgunning machinery ever designed and built. And you realize that the price for such a weapon really wasn't such a tough pill to swallow after all - these things a
  7. Sharkey

    Who's with me?

    Yes. Also, maybe 1 out of 3 cleanings, I'll also put it on sort of like they do with Froglube (from what I've been told anyway). I'll clean the **** out of everything and then, since I don't like "boiling" my parts, I'll heat em up with a heat gun. I bring the BCG and even the gas pistons up to where they are JUST at the edge of too hot to handle and then coat the heck out of everything liberally with a nylon brush and some TW25B in a stainless steel cup I use. Then once they have cooled, I'll wipe away most of it and put it all back together. Like I mentioned, one trip to the range
  8. Sharkey

    Who's with me?

    I've been favoring the TW25B in my long guns for a little while now. Everything 'practically' wipes clean after a day at the range and even in the cold (10 to 15 degrees Fahrenheit one day at the range) it kicks ass all day long. A day at the range for me is between 100 and 200 rounds per weapon so it's no small thing to be able to reduce cleaning time in several rifles, pistols and my M4.
  9. Sharkey

    Who's with me?

    Being "crazy" would certainly NOT be the worst thing I've ever been accused of man...lol Glad you're on board and understand though...
  10. Sharkey

    Who's with me?

    Take away all the fancy parts, mag tubes, a multitude of stocks, God knows how many different optics, titanium charging handles, forends, and we all know the list. Anyway, forget em all. Now, close your eyes and slowly cycle the action on your broken in Benelli M4 and just sense and feel the action as you slide it back and then let it ease back into battery. Flowing just as smooth and easy as if it was softened water flowing over smooth rocks. Made of metal, but just gliding through it's cycle as if sliding two melting fudgecicles together on a hot day.... THAT'S the beauty
  11. Coming along nice M2S.... Got any rounds through her yet? That's when she'll REALLY start ta shine....
  12. That's funny they call it "Check Point Charlie".... Brings back memories... They've got some neat stuff in there Badkins. Nice link thanks...
  13. I only prefer them because bandoleers are a "short term" solution only to me. Long term would be your back pack or ruck or caches that you would set up in a survival situation in which case, you would hopefully not be under constant and heavy attack from the walking dead types... Bandoleers to me are "grab and have" type things in a pinch and when you need to move fast but certainly nothing I'd wanna have to live with. Also, in a survival situation, living off of my shotgun full time is NOT within that plan. It's a short term, blast your way out or through weapon and not something in
  14. I actually HATE gloves and barely ever wear anything more than a set of fingerless "hand covers". In a long term situation though, I would recommend those mittens with the flip top so you can uncover your finger tips quickly. They make em now with velcro to hold the cover in place when over the fingers and then velcro em back when uncovered. I know a lot of guys have "these awesome gloves" but I've been through extreme cold weather training in two different countries and your fingers are gonna take a beating during long term exposure to cold no matter what you wear AND if you plan on being
  15. The part I bolded is good SF but is it always warm where you are? It's 26 degrees where I am and if I were to need to "feel" for anything, I would be darn hard-pressed after a short time if it were something even as simple as shell length unless they were side by side and different enough to really be tangible with numb fingers. Not picking at all but just read your entire post and saw that and was adding in the variable of temps during short and long term exposure to cold vs common tactile senses. Just a thought for your planning is all.
  16. Bandoleers for sure. They aren't meant to last forever, just for when you need to go with more than a pocket full or what's on yer gun. http://www.amazon.com/Sports-Shotgun-Shell-Bandolier-Rounds/dp/B00551HARU/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1391903443&sr=8-1&keywords=shotshell+bandolier I've got a few of em loaded. I don't mix em up on the bandoleer though. I've got one filled with Dupo28s with another 8 on my rail that I bought on the cheap when they first came out. (Love those things but won't buy more at current prices) Another filled with TruBalls, and a few filled with
  17. We're the same age but I've been pretty lucky and still hangin on to enough conditioning to be able to handle and enjoy the big stuff. Of course, I don't spend much time trapsin the countryside either though so ya know, humping the heavy stuff from my truck into the range house ain't so bad...lol
  18. Poor Bugsy never had a chance... I miss fried Rabbit. Used to have it all the time at the post I was at in Germany about 100 years ago...lol Early 80s actually. Gunna have to git me some...
  19. Thanks guys. All good stuff here. I appreciate the posts. Sharkey
  20. I've got one on mine and not a single issue. I also have one of his bolt release pads which is an excellent design with no worried about wearing it out. Simple and works great. Mag tube went on perfectly and not a single complaint. I think he puts out great stuff.
  21. I'm definitely "in" and thank you for the opportunity Sir..
  22. That's funny truckcop and exactly what I suggested as well. I told him I can find some solid recommendations but the proof is always in the pudding so he needs to get to a range and make some friends and see what they are using and maybe try a few out. He's a good guy and will get along well. I'm just doing some looking for him and God knows I'm partial to Benellis. He sold a Gold Wing. Dunno what year or model but he and his wife have done some serious touring on it. Thanks for all the info guys. I knew I could count on you for the good stuff.
  23. I've got a friend who's 73 and had a bit of shoulder work. He can't ride anymore and sold his scooter and is now looking at taking up trap shooting but is concerned about recoil. I could use some solid recommendations for him please guys. He's an Old Retired Soldier who's just looking to do some shooting and be able to enjoy himself doing it. Thanks in advance. Sharkey
  24. That's funny. I'm a member of this forum and entitled to my own opinion just as you are. You can be a member of anything you like but doing something like this is wrong and should not be perpetuated. Good luck in your search though. Gee, I wonder if the federal government monitors any of these weapons sites....derrrr.... And for your information, for a good many years, the law WAS my business.... Dear Boy... FYI - The term solicitation is used in a variety of legal contexts. A person who asks someone to commit an illegal act has committed the criminal act of solicitati
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