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    Let me know what you think of that JP spring.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GOST View Post
    Let me know what you think of that JP spring.
    Well, if it means anything, I did not even hesitate at the cost on this one. This is my second one, for the Umbrella SBR, and for anything I put a suppressor on, it will get one of these. I balked at the cost when I first looked at them for my 300BLK sbr, and ran the standard spring/buffer. SPROING SPROING SPROING was all I heard shooting suppressed subsonics. But I still balked... I ordered a different buffer spring, because they claimed and swore it would stop the spring twang.Yeah, it didn't. So I choked down the pride, ordered the JP, installed it and shot it. And it was GLORIOUSLY quiet. No twang, no sproing... just (quiet silence). So far it has been perfect on the 300BLK, and the 5.56 as well as the 458Socom uppers I have.

    If it gets a suppressor, it gets a JP is now my motto. (not that I'm a fanboi tho! )
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    Quote Originally Posted by UWone77 View Post
    What do those 3x ELCAN's run? How do you like them?
    Best price I've seen is $950. I hope to shoot in the next two weeks. So far I like the evrything about the TA33 3x Acog better except for the CQB friendly reticle of the Elcan. I expected clearer glass. Still, I'm happy as I didn't care for the one I traded.

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    Nice haul Jim!1 Always wondered if them JP's were worth the squeeze/$$..lol..


    Quote Originally Posted by Uffdaphil View Post
    Fresh out of the box. Swapped 1.5x ACOG for this 3x Elcan. Shorter than my 3x ACOG pictured, but 5oz heavier and glass not as clear. Rubber knob bumpers added on mounted pic. Very nice illuminated reticle.

    Nice!!..You are winning so far...lol..

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    haha! Guess I had a good week...

    Got my new Mossberg 930 JM Pro

    Picked this up as I had nothing to run my incoming Salvo12 on

    And while picking up my shottie, and dropping of AK parts to cerakote, my crack dealer gave me this to try out
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    And you guys call me moneybags... Jim's got me beat by a mile...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dstrbdmedic167 View Post
    And you guys call me moneybags... Jim's got me beat by a mile...
    Overtime has been good to me the last few months... but don't tell the wife. She thinks it got saved! :D Silly girl...

    (pics not showing for me... you guys see them?) - EDIT: Eh, dropbox is down
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    Quote Originally Posted by SwissyJim View Post
    Overtime has been good to me the last few months... but don't tell the wife. She thinks it got saved! :D Silly girl...

    (pics not showing for me... you guys see them?)
    Haha that's sweet and no I can't see them but I'm not at a PC

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    dropbox s down at the moment... they are there in the code, should see them later.
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    Smh. For you moneybag .



























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    I also sold a Mossie 500 Mariner since it would not accept chokes... does that help lessen the moneybags? LOL

    Of course, now is probably not to time to add the photos of the 10/22 upgrade parts that I just got too
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    Quote Originally Posted by SwissyJim View Post
    I also sold a Mossie 500 Mariner since it would not accept chokes... does that help lessen the moneybags? LOL

    Of course, now is probably not to time to add the photos of the 10/22 upgrade parts that I just got too
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    Good stuff jim....

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    Quote Originally Posted by mustangfreek View Post
    Good stuff jim....
    Gonna be it for awhile... a long while probably. Got everything pretty much the way I want it, and just waiting for the suppressors to exit the jail. Gotta recover from those and work some more overtime.
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    Always wondered if I should trade my 3.5x35 (TA11J) ACOG for a 3x/TA33 model, although I love the eye relief on the TA11 more than the 4x32/TA31 I've used. I like the look of the smaller ones and it's not like I'd be losing a lot of magnification, just half the weight. Just a matter of finding one the same age and condition for an even swap. The TA33C .223 is sweet

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