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Re: Muzzle Block Safety Sleeve (MBSS).

Post by Mac » Tue Aug 13, 2013 3:01 pm

The devices are certainly going to get some attention in Germany. They are very well made and probably go well beyond what would be necessary to make a gun safe.

Len, thanks for being there when the FT people need parts and innovation. I can often think things up, but Len always makes it better than I thought it would be.

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Re: Muzzle Block Safety Sleeve (MBSS).

Post by dHb » Tue Aug 13, 2013 4:17 pm

Excellent work, again.
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Re: Muzzle Block Safety Sleeve (MBSS).

Post by pirellip » Thu Aug 15, 2013 11:53 am

WOW!! Typical Len - Amazing Design and Top Quality craftsmanship. I WANT ONE!!

When shooting my Piston rifle, I ALWAYS keep the cocking handle unlatched between lanes and it hangs down from the barrel an inch or so, as it is resting against the unsprung spring.

This is a visual indication that the rifle isn't cocked, as if it was cocked, the cocking handle would be free to fall all the way down - and is the traditional method used to show that your rifle is safe. Too bad das Germans do not accept this traditional method of proving the rifle is unable to discharge.
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