It is the smallest flyer I have ever received, and there are absolutely no reloading components, ammo, magazine
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As you are probably seeing by now, it is nearly impossible to get ammo and components right now. When things come in stock, they are gone within minutes.
A good friend of mine emailed me the following about the shortage. This just goes to prove "Just because it is on the internet, that does not mean it is true." So grab some tin foil and read on!
Wow, I have never seen anything like this in my 20 years of going to gunshows!
Shot some ammo through the Steyr since the extractor change. Runs like a champ and all the brass ejects into a consistent pile. Needless to say the new extractor performs much better than the old.
204 Ruger- The Newest Project
By The Giant Ginger
I am a self-proclaimed black gun guy, so why is it that I am writing an article on the 204 Ruger?
One of the questions I get rather often is in regards to reloading. Is it worth it? How much does it cost? Do you blow up your guns? Can you make ammo for me for free? Well, sit back, grab yourself a tasty beverage, and read on to find out! This will be Part I, since there is no way to put it all in one posting and still keep your attention (let alone mine)
On the last update on the Steyr I reported how the extraction had been rather random, and said I would email Steyr about the newer upgraded extractor. Wednesday the 6th I emailed them, and Monday the 11th I had this in the mail. Talk about good customer service!