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 Post subject: 9mm Condor............
PostPosted: Fri May 03, 2013 7:16 pm 
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I was in Central Alberta for work, Met up with Kim, tried to catch up with Walter (darn work). Long story short a couple pics will explain I guess...
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.25 condor (Walters work) next to the new barrel
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Kim is a handy guy!

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PostPosted: Fri May 03, 2013 7:47 pm 
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Nice!
Really liking the Air Force's modular design!

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PostPosted: Fri May 03, 2013 10:06 pm 
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What you don't have it together yet. :shock: lmao. Oh yea your single with other things on your mind :oops: instead of hiding in the garage putting guns together. ha ha ha :D :wink: :wink: Couldn't resist budz. Look forward to a review later with that new valve stem.

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Fuzzy pics are to protect the secrets hidden in the valve stem or maybe I need a better camera.

Think I might have to pawn the vcr before my next Red Deer trip

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Are those O'rings on your barrel bushings? If so, why?

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PostPosted: Sat May 04, 2013 4:35 pm 
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Are those O'rings on your barrel bushings? If so, why?


Yes those are o rings upon the barrel bushings. They are there to keep th barrel bushings true in the shroud area once the grub screws are tightened up. Since so many shooters of an AF platform add frame extenders and I myself blew off a muzzle break upon the frame extender. It only made sense to keep the bore true. It also enables a very easy big bore barrel change.

Hope that answers your question.

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That some nice kit Ralph! Kim was shooting the 9mm really nice
And powerful at the Air FT meet!!! It will make a great shooter I'm sure

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Great deal of talent on this forum - love seeing this stuff and the possibilities they represent!

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Guess it is near time to see what she likes to be fed...................rumor has it she will have a 9mm repeater as a friend soon :mrgreen:

Last weekend she was .25 and shooting 150 yards, ten minutes to switch back to 25

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Guess it is near time to see what she likes to be fed...................rumor has it she will have a 9mm repeater as a friend soon :mrgreen:

Last weekend she was .25 and shooting 150 yards, ten minutes to switch back to 25

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"Need new camera first .............And Well how does it shoot" I am blaming the ipod or maybe i suck at taking pics.....cant afford a new camera spending to much on toys lol. I will clean the lens before i take pics of the new toy......

Going to cast a few boolits and polish some brass

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Some exciting times ahead!!!! Which mold are ya casting?
124 gr? Looking forward to another update soon!

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Hi Dan,

Got a couple molds.....124 and 1 a lil bigger, in search of a 360 roundball mold. This just came to a screeching halt because i like to tinker and i may have "over polished" a part, wasted a lot of air trying to get it to seal and the shoebox decided it wants new orings at the same time :cry:

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Duh! Got excited and over rubbed eh;). I'm sure in good time
It will be a nice 9mm shooter! A
Totally different animal.
Those 124 gr. shoot bang on.

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