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the M21 Beretta. Look punk, just because YOU can't handle a particular job doesn't mean a REAL smith can't do so. You are just too inept, or too cheap to have a real man work up such a gun, that's all.
 

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like re-shaping and bending a trigger instead of simply installing a overtravel stop?


I doubt that you even know a real smith, let alone are capable of doing any quality work yourself.


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alright, smartass, TELL us how you'd

add an overtravel screw to a 1/8" thick, HARDENED trigger, that abutts an ALUMINUM frame, dummy.
 

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I'm not the one claiming to be such a wonderful smith.

Plus, I woundn't waste my time on a pos.

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Well,whats's stopping you from putting the set screw into the AL frame?
 

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oh, things like it won't permit DA pull,

if set to remove ALL overtravel. Things like the trigger guard,which offers a trick you probably DONTknow about, things like the frame being too THIN to reliably hold the screw at the proper point, even if it is locktited. i made nor make any claims to being a "wonderful" smith, just a LOT better than you know nothings, that's all.
 

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Re: let's SEE u get it done in 3 minutes, without

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any problems, too. :)
Doing it right is more important than doing it fast.

Why suddenly does it have to take 3 minutes?

I could care less if it took an hour, as long as the end result was a quality job.

From your posts, quality isn't a high priority on your projects. You always go for the cheapest pos and then hack on it.

I would rather spend the money up front, buy a quality firearm and then if there are any mods I feel are warranted, have a good smith do it right.

but, that's me.

If you want to go the cheap pos route, that's your business, but it clearly isn't the best way to go.

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YOU ARE A <font color=red>[**censored**]</font>ING ASSHOLE.FRANKLY,MY SYMPATHY FOR YOUR OBVIOUS MENTAL ILLNESS IS AT AN END.
PLEASE FIND A HOLE,CRAWL UP IN IT,AND DIE.
& TAKE YOUR TOY GUN WITH YOU!
 

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ok, dumbass, NAME the "quality firearm

that is 5" long, weighs 11 ozs, is 2" at 25 yds, is easy to attach a can to, offers cocked and locked carry option. Dumbass.

as for YOU, bozo, YOU could have spent the time and effort to keep this place alive, but you were/are too LAZY to do so, So <font color=red>[**censored**]</font> off.
 

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personally I have no need of a can on a pistol.

You invent criteria that YOU like. Not everyone agrees with YOUR opinion.

You don't understand tactics and try to make up for it with crap like the "can".

Suppressors have their place, but they are not the end all, be all tool that you try to make them out to be.

And, yes, I HAVE shot suppressed weapons before.

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223 fan said:
add an overtravel screw to a 1/8" thick, HARDENED trigger, that abutts an ALUMINUM frame, dummy.

Ever see what happens to hardened metal when heated enough to reshape it, and then NOT properly draw it back? Anyone who's actually worked metal knows (and know what grades of metal are used in hardened pistol parts). You obviosly don't
 
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