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by 4thPointOfContact
30 Jan 2011, 08:38
Forum: PS90 & Other 5.7x28mm Rifles
Topic: Loading the PS90 Magazine
Replies: 26
Views: 4463

Re: Loading the PS90 Magazine

I cradle the magazine in my left palm and depress the previously loaded round down with my left middle finger as I load with my right hand. It seemed natural. That's close to what I do as well. My only change is that I partly depress the round in the magazine with my thumb (letting it get a headsta...
by 4thPointOfContact
05 Oct 2010, 11:39
Forum: PS90 & Other 5.7x28mm Rifles
Topic: folding stock possible on AR57?
Replies: 1
Views: 463

Re: folding stock possible on AR57?

The AR57 uses a buffer and spring located in the standard position. As the AR57 has a proprietary upper, I don't believe you'll be able to use a folding stock http://www.57center.com/uploaded/images/Product%20images/upper%20assemblies/16%20Standard%2057%20Flash%20Catalog%20w%20title%20and%20copyrigh...
by 4thPointOfContact
17 Sep 2010, 19:31
Forum: PS90 & Other 5.7x28mm Rifles
Topic: P90 parts kit
Replies: 38
Views: 8639

Re: P90 parts kit

I want it ....
well the little plastic cleaning kit, at least.
by 4thPointOfContact
12 Sep 2010, 17:00
Forum: PS90 & Other 5.7x28mm Rifles
Topic: p90 suggestion questions
Replies: 30
Views: 991

Re: p90 suggestion questions

The "standard" vs "single stage trigger" and "ambidextrous" vs "lever safety" is just the result of two different people entering information in the database. All PS90 triggers are the same. If you get the one with the standard RingSight, it is removable and can be replaced with an aftermarket rail ...
by 4thPointOfContact
05 Aug 2010, 13:51
Forum: PS90 & Other 5.7x28mm Rifles
Topic: P90 internal laser
Replies: 39
Views: 4989

Re: P90 internal laser

What are chances of putting the battery box in the rear compartment? (the one you can see when removing the trigger group)
by 4thPointOfContact
02 Aug 2010, 07:06
Forum: PS90 & Other 5.7x28mm Rifles
Topic: Oops! Paint /Finish Chip on my PS90 Receiver (Suggestions?)
Replies: 12
Views: 610

Re: Oops! Paint /Finish Chip on my PS90 Receiver (Suggestion

Just as a suggestion for anyone... IF you can do without the 'exotic colors', make a visit to Sherwin-Williams and check out their line of POLANE paints. Internet rumor is that it is the same formulation as Duracoat. 1) exotic - Duracoat comes in almost a dozen shaded of green. 2) POLANE is technica...
by 4thPointOfContact
01 Aug 2010, 21:21
Forum: PS90 & Other 5.7x28mm Rifles
Topic: Oops! Paint /Finish Chip on my PS90 Receiver (Suggestions?)
Replies: 12
Views: 610

Re: Oops! Paint /Finish Chip on my PS90 Receiver (Suggestion

toyslr wrote:Had the same issue with mine, up around were the mag seats. Had the entire upper recoated for like $45.00
That sounds familiar. On my PS90 both top and bottom machined areas at the front where the magazine seats are entirely bare. It took less than a day for both areas to lose their paint.
by 4thPointOfContact
06 Jul 2010, 21:29
Forum: Shotguns
Topic: Mossberg 930 SPX
Replies: 23
Views: 15060

Re: Mossberg 930 SPX

I have a 930 SPX as well and that review pretty much covers it. One thing that can't be emphasized too much is that contrary to a lot of safety practices, Do Not dryfire the 930 prior to disassembly. It's almost a sure way to have the loaded chamber indicator and hammer spring get lost. (Don't ask h...