You used to see some write ups on them in the gun rags in the early 90's but other than reading about them, I have no 1st hand experience with them.i know I never did.
I think the first I became aware of them was because I saw one on a forum.
No wonder they nixed it from the website. You can still see it on the email. Bad, bad, bad . . .. We try to always practice safe gun handling around these parts, so you can keep yours and maybe others.Cocked, with finger on the trigger and pointed at your leg... hmmm!
I bought one of those brace/stock adapters for my Ruger Charger a year or so ago and really like it, in fact it's rare when I shoot my full size 10/22 now days and if you get a folding adapter it makes for a very compact package.
My ultimate goal may be to SBR it, I have the full sized takedown stock from my 10/22 and it would be an easy conversion.
I don't really see what they are going to do with the serial. Doesn't bother me any.Is everyone here comfortable about the serial number at times being displayed?
Perhaps, I'm the only that NEVER puts photos of anything on the net.
Am I overly cautious?
Is there such a thing when it comes to the net?
I don't think so.
The way I see it it's an SBR so the feds already have everything they want on me. Big whoop. But if private companies are doing that, IF, then that's messed up.Have you heard about:
Facebook and Google Indexing Firearm Serial Numbers
Is this on the level?
Don't know, but if it is, it helps prove my point...