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Bumpin' Yota

jager
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Well my bolt had a lug shear off at the range. I spent today trying to call them and their phone is permanently off the hook or something as it only rings busy.

Does anyone know are they still around or were they impacted by Harvey?
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I don't know if they were affected by the hurricane, but I have bought 2 bolts. First was a 7.62x39 bolt, which looks fantastic and works great so far. It's a little heavier than most with thicker walls around the case head and a nice radius at the root of the lugs. Then I bought a Grendel bolt expecting the same things. This bolt was out of spec and wouldn't even work.  They exchanged it for another one, but that one was bad also. I had to go to the cc company and dispute the charge after sending it back in order to get a refund. I won't do business there again. Too inconsistent.

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Bumpin' Yota

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Roger that.  Ill source another company to get a new bolt then.  Disappointing to say the least.

 

Now that my 7.62x39 AR is down for a while, my mosin nagat m53 and my muzzle loader got some 200+ yard action on steel.  The mosin is a mosin and just goofy fun belching fireballs and such, but man I forgot how accurate this T/C Omega is with 150gr of pyrodex pellets behind a 250gr shockwave sabot.

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