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SHS 32- Browning Hi-Power

On this episode of the Second Hand Showcase, we are taking a look at a Belgian made Browning Hi-Power. This particular example is in very good shape. Here are the stats: Belgian made. Manufactured date: 1969-75 estimate.  Blued finish. Caliber 9mm. 2 factory magazines. Leather case.  Fixed front sight.  Dovetail rear sight.  Single action only.  Mags don’t drop free.  Magazine …

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Removing the SCAR Front Sight

The video below better explains the process for removing the factory SCAR front sight. The short version? Drive out the roll-pin on the right side nut. Unscrew the T25 screw holding that nut. Take a hammer and punch and drive out the sight from the gas-block dovetail. Left to right. Special note: There are some parts that fall out when …

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FN SmartCore SCAR Rifle Shot Counter

A buddy of mine is at the IDEX Arms Show in UAE this week. Knowing I am a SCAR rifle guy, he wanted to know when I was going to get the drop-in black-box system that counts shots? Wha???? It seems FN has a product called the SmartCore shot counter than tracks rounds fired and even has the ability to …

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Armory Chat EP14 — The People Have Spoken

It appears folks have chosen the 223 FN FAL as the first rifle to shoot some drills with. In order of votes: FN FAL 223. SIG 551a1 close second. Beretta AR70 ……. distant 3rd. Marky www.john1911.com “Shooting Guns & Having Fun”

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Video — Testing New Pig Load SCAR 17

A buddy of mine has a new hunting load developed for our 2017 Texas Pig Hunt. He knew I was benching some rifles testing torque so he wished to come along and share in the cold weather misery. Also…we expect the Texas pig trip will be early enough that we might very well see near freezing temps. So he wanted …

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Backwards Primer Caught on Video

A few months ago I posted an image of a friend of mine getting some time in on steel. His first shot was a dud since the primer was loaded in backwards. Something that can happen on progressive presses. Yes, it was reloads. But I HAVE SEEN this happen with factory ammo as well. If you shoot long enough, you …