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Well sorta.

I pulled a lever, undid two bolts and BAM! Look what happens!!!!! :eek:



Sending the receiver out to Bill for a trigger job and figured wth lets pull the barrel off to. It's amazing how this gun come apart!
 

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You wont be unhappy with the trigger, that is for sure. I am amazed at how easy this thing breaks down every time I take it apart.
 

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I'm also impressed with the little things; the retaining clip thats fitted into the lower for the front take down pin, the hammer pin has one to. the gas system is so simple but so well done. Nice job Robinson!
 

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Is that a streamlight TLR-2 ? If so how does it work ? Is it easy to adjust ? How far does the laser go out to ?
 

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Is that a streamlight TLR-2 ? If so how does it work ? Is it easy to adjust ? How far does the laser go out to ?
Ya it's a TLR-2, I like it,

Light is good, just as bright as my Surefire X200, I understand the new x300 is brighter but it's also almost as spendy as a TL-2 with out the laser.

The laser is easily seen as far as I can see in any light condition in side the house. Out doors in the sun it fades prity quick, 25 meters tops on a light surface. Dusk /overcast 50. At night it will light up trees at 100 and reflective objects (street signs) at 200.

I have it set up with a pad in the TD grip.

Biggest bad is you have to dismount the light to change the batteries, but thats my only gripe. You also need the light, an adapter and then a remote pad if you want to use a remote, I wish they just had a package but not the end of the world.
 
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