Review: Ruger American Pistol Compact Pro by Greg Ritchie Quick review...
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I finally got to the range today with th ar I put together and first pull bang, second pull just a click. I had to pull the charging handle to chamber a round everytime.
What did I do wrong?
Gave my wife a b-day wish list...
She picked out a very nice CCOP universal mount bipod for my Mossberg Plinkster. This is a very nice bipod for a very reasonable price. Well constructed and nice quality.
She also picked out a new conceal carry ankle holster for my Cobra Denali .380. This is an excellent pull on neoprene ankle holster. Has top retention strap and lower zipper to facilitate donning. Also has an extra magazine pouch. The only draw back is you have to plan for this holster as it does not have the traditional wrap around Velcro for easy on off...
My setup is a Ruger RPR in a 243 topped with a 5 - 25 X 56 scope with an 8oz trigger
Today I went with the old saying of "Use a scope worth as much or more as what gun cost".
I removed the TruGlo RD I had on my 9mm carbine after I did a complete teardown and cleaning thoroughly. I thought what if I really did use a scope I had that cost as much as what my carbine cost back in 2009 or thereabout.
Seems just about everyone has built one of these so figured I would too.
While somewhat limited, it's still a viable weapon especially as an emergency back up. Several can be built disassembled and stored sealed in large pvc pipe and buried. You just never know!
This one is roughed out, still need to fab the firing pin and buy the proper hardware to finish it out.
Has currently a 24" barrel. Wanted a bit closer pattern than the usual 18". Had a bunch ofleft over AR stuff to use on the build. It's quite comfortable to hold/aim/fire.
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