Hand Crafted Grips?

I would like to share the steps I take to produce my grips.

My grips are not mass produced like others or manufactured overseas. They are made here in the USA in my very small woodworking shop. Most of my power tools you can get from just about any hardware store.

There is an exotic wood store not too far away that I go to and pick out a few boards at a time.

I start with maybe a 3 foot board that I can get about 10-12 sets of grips from. I use a desktop jointer to make sure that I have at least one straight edge on the board. I use a portable table saw to cut the board to a good width. Then if the board is thick enough, I cut the board in half right up the center. I use a planer to get the right thickness for the type of grip in mind. I use a miter saw to cut squares at the correct height for each set. Then to a router to machine the shape and holes. At this point the grips are rough. I use my combination sander and hand files to clean each set up. I hand stain or paint as needed. Then I test fit and package them.

Taurus TX22 Table Top Review

In this review I go over the Taurus TX22. Overall the gun is really cool and I’m looking forward to taking it to Steel Challenges. Please like and share and thank you for watching.

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AR trigger

Looking to start a build. I have a cmmg lower parts kit but want to upgrade the trigger. My other lower receiver has a trigger that came with the parts kit. It is the first build in 556 and is used for plinking. The other one has two stage Jewel trigger. The stock trigger is not very good, lots of gritty creep and over travel. The Jewel is great. My next build is going to be used for hog hunting.  As in all things, economics is a defining limit. Another Jewel trigger is out of the budget limit. I am looking for a trigger for around $150 or less. That has a nice clean break, very little creep and as little overtravel. That is a tall order, maybe to much to ask for. Does anyone here any knowledge of a trigger that could work?

Is it illegal to purchase the sponsored silencers/suppressors disguised as fuel filters on Facebook?

You see these fuel filters which are obviously suppressor/silencer kits advertised on your Facebook news feeds constantly. These people are obviously pulling the wool over Facebook’s eyes or they choose to ignore it because they desperately need advertisers. Is it illegal to buy and sell these kits? Or as like most things, are they so ignorant that they believe these things are fuel filters?

David Lopan

Ol’ Jack says Xi Jinping/Whinne the Pooh is actually David Lopan…..