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Exactly! We've got to spread the word (plus I've only spent $8 on ammo in the last 6 months). I'll make sure to give them both a proper workout on a regular basis. I'm curious how you liked to hold the bigger one. So far the most comfortable grip for me is hammer with two fingers in the loop and the palm swell in my fist. Did you have an intended grip?My day is made brighter and better by your kind words.
I feel a keen sense of accomplishment when someone like to shoot what I made.
Thanks to a for the kindness and to inspire paying forward is hiney in my coffee.
That pfs is among the first I tinkered. Worm attachment before I knew how to do it better.
Rich Neeman sent me a teak gapper that is a prime example. That helped, but I feelnit is important to pass on the piece with glitches and blemishes...the real character of the flip and maker.
Ans Kawkan has instilled in me a love for 1632 and 1636 with 5/16" steel.
Mikey, I believe us Gapper guys and gals and other lightweight shooters should proselytize as many as possible. Hahaha...