Last month, I asked the guys in #GBC if someone made an AR Trigger that used the auto position for a match trigger (2.5lb-ish, short travel, for distance shots), and the semi auto position for more of a standard 4.5lb-ish trigger for running around. Someone thought that Tac-Con’s 3MR did that, but upon investigation we realized that’s not how that trigger operates.
Last week, though, they announced the Tac-Con 241, which does exactly what I want.
I’ll take two. No, three. WHAT DO YOU MEAN IT’S NOT OUT YET!?!?!?
So where can I get some of those windows? They appear to be made with the same laminated glass as a front windshield.
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Well, it’s the last day of me wearing a kilt for a good cause, and here’s an actual action shot:
That’s me changing out a turn signal light on my mom’s car at the local AutoZone.
Speaking of a good cause, it’s not too late for any of you to chip in for prostate cancer research. All you have to do it click this link, hit the box stating that you’re donating as part of a fundraising team, select “team Oddball,” and filling out the rest.
Unfortunately, I couldn’t find a linkable video for this song, so I’ll just leave this link here.
Browning Buckmark with Fire Sights and an A2 Birdcage
If it looks familiar, it’s because you’ve seen it before. And here is oddball’s review of those sights.
Well… we’re in the final stretch of Kilted to Kick Cancer month, and… um… I’m nowhere near the top of the list. Of course, this is about raising money for a good cause, and every bit helps. Hell, I’ll just pretend that the donations that weren’t assigned to anyone were actually mine and feel better.
Speaking of throwing money at a good cause. If you’ve got some spare cash to donate to prostrate cancer research, I’d appreciate it if you did so by following this link, clicking on the “team donation” check box, and selecting Team Oddball.
And on to the fun stuff.
Fun fact: my wife (then girlfriend) spent 4 years pestering me to buy my first kilt. I now own one for every day of the week.
And with this shirt, I have to post this song:
By the way, Marc Gunn is an great musician and an awesome guy. If you’re interested in filk or more traditional Irish music, check him out here.
Pretty. So, so pretty:
I’ve owned a couple of 1911s (and shot many more of course), but I’m not a 1911 guy. This one, however, makes me want to get another one.