Decided to give the 45/70 an upgrade and lashed out yesterday and bought this,
Myself and family are in good shape and living in the country has big benefits. Sydney is copping it big time with a second outbreak of the Chink bug now infecting suburbs and the big hope is that none of these idiots will come out this way and infect us but people are just stupid.Kevin, I sent you a pm a wk back but checking back, no record here...dont know what I did or didn't do. Trying again on open forum.
Re fires that about engulfed you. W no news other than wrongful killin of some worthless dude that deserved sanctioning, idjits rioting and of course WuHan stuff, Down Under is definitely back burnered. Fill is in on status, impact, fall out when you have the time. Stay well and keep Thumpin w your punkin launcher. Tom out
There's a Weaver rail on it that I bought a few months back because I was looking at buying an AimPoint but the price for the AimPoint was way out of my price range.Nice. I hadn't seen that one yet. I just bought a Sig Romeo5 (2 MOA) for an AR, and have been using an Ultradot 4MOA on my Buckmark pistol for almost 20 years. Very handy for quick sight pictures. Do you mount it with a Weaver rail?
Mate honestly if brains were dynamite most of these animated meat socks wouldn't have enough to blow the hat off their heads on a windy day.So good to hear that you and yours are above the Chink fray.
Ya know, if Dumba$$ was a Conspiracy Theory, i would have to agree. So many idjits worldwide are dues paying members, totally unbelievable.
Ill be helping a neighbor pick, load melons a bit later then do donuts (go in circles) awaiting the Census to call. They dont have all their oars in the water. And when they do, well half the oarsmen are facing the wrong way. I just smile, say Yes'm, my new supe is a Shiela, and collect my temp part time check. Popped for an AMP annealer w Phase 1 earnings. Nice bit of kit, as you would say.
Well Mate, keep yer powder dry and keep chunkin those punkins.
Yeah I'm finding that out the hard way but hopefully will have that problem fixed by the weekend. I'll post pictures of the finished setup when that does happen.Kevin, the Weaver is not exactly the same as a 1911 Picatinney rail, which is waht the military uses. They are close, but not identical. The 1911 has more slots and more evenly spaced. The Weavers are not, usually. My Buckmark is a Weaver, and I had to make sure my Ultra Dot has individual rings to make sure it fit in the slots.