I made this wallet holster out of some leather scraps I had laying around. NOT PRETTY, but I wanted something that covered the mag release and had a textured back, and no one makes one with those features.
2004 Rubicon - 4.0 - 5 speed manual - Rough Country 4" Stage II lift, RC front adjustable track bar, 2.2 shocks, 33x12.5x15 Goodyear MTR with Kevlar on Crager soft 8's, 4 Hella Black Magics, Edge Trail Jammer with Intake, JL TR 2-ways in the pods, Kenwood Excelon deck in the dash, Rough Country Stinger & Winch Plate, Trail Gear rear bumper w/ tire carrier, HiLift, Rock Krawler X Factor Plus Steering
Here's one of mine, a Rock River Arms Ar-15 5.56
It's a hog killing machine
2004 Jeep Rubicon, stock (so far), 285/75-16 Kevlars
85 Toyota Truck lifted with 33's
Originally Posted by 5-90
This is an online forum, and the written word is the primary method of communication. If you make an effort to communicate clearly, people will be willing to communicate in return. If you don't make an effort, I don't see why I should - write like an idiot, and I'm going to think you're an idiot, that's just how things work.
Originally Posted by Piet
FYI: For concerned parents out there. The wrangler has fairly good frontal, offset, and rollover crashworthiness ratings. IE: You walk away from a crash, and write posts on how you plan to re-build your rig.
I haven't had a chance to shoot it yet, but I hope to next week. I haven't found a holster yet that accommodates the laser either so I'm undecided if I want to leave the laser on it or put it on my P22.
My bolt is pretty smooth, sometimes it'll randomly stick after a while of shooting. I'll have to use to hands to get the bolt to open, but that might be like 5 out of ever 100 shots. Maybe it has something to do with the heat the gun produces after shooting a while.
and im using just your run of the mill russian surplus ammo, it's corrosive but im pretty good about keeping it clean.
The chamber just needs cleaned really well. Take a 20 gauge cleaning brush and chuck it in a drill, add cleaner of your choice and go at it. MN's have this problem.
Hex receivers aren't necessarily any better than pre-war round receivers. Pre-war finish is usually better but that doesn't affect functioning.
Yeah somebody told me that at some point but i think i proved that wrong because mine is a pre war hex receiver and it sticks like crazy even on the first shot. I'm no pro with MNs but i did a fair amount of research before i picked mine up a while back. I've cleaned and done the 20ga wire brush in the drill trick but still no luck. I'm beginning to think its my bolt or extractor if i load a spent casing into the gun the bolt seems to stick because it can't grab on to the rim. I've also tried breaking the bolt down and soaking it in gun solvent for a day. Its a shame everyone i shoot with agree that it would be a fun to shoot rifle if only the bolt didn't stick 99.9% of the time. Its a plus that the ammo is cheap and its also packs a huge punch.
[QUOTE=TheBoogieman;12766892]Jeepinmichguy is a jerk.[/QUOTE]
How about this, if you had the Jeep Spirit, you wouldn't abuse the rest of us trying to enjoy a nice day out wheeling by bringing your brokeass broken down junkyard crap out to play where it can't handle it?[/QUOTE]
[QUOTE=JeepForum123;13578398]you all have nice rigs, stop being f****** a**holes.[/QUOTE]