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This is a fun first person view of shooting the CZ Scorpion EVO 3 S1

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Let's take a look at what Muzzle First has been up to lately and sneak a peek at a few of my latest acquisitions.

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There is a new car wash in my area called Tiger Express Wash. Excellent place to get your car washed. The premium package is $20 but that includes something they call Lava Wax and a 48 hour guarantee. You can go back anytime within 48 hours and they will wash your car for free. Of course they do the towel dry, provide you with towels to clean the interior and the vacuum you can use for free. Great deal and they do a great job.

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I wanted to share with you my new truck. The 2018 Ford F-150 in race red. The truck topper is made by A.R.E.

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Sit back, relax and find your inner zen while you watch a Pileated Woodpecker. 3 minutes of nature.

The pileated woodpecker (Dryocopus pileatus) is a woodpecker native to North America. This bird normally inhabits deciduous forests in eastern North America, the Great Lakes, the boreal forests of Canada, and parts of the Pacific coast. It is the second-largest woodpecker in the United States, after the critically endangered and possibly extinct ivory-billed woodpecker. The term "pileated" refers to the bird's prominent red crest, with the term from the Latin pileatus meaning "capped".

Adults are 40 to 49 cm (16 to 19 in) long, span 66 to 75 cm (26 to 30 in) across the wings, and weigh 250 to 400 g (8.8 to 14.1 oz), with an average weight of 300 g (11 oz). Each wing measures 21.4 to 25.3 cm (8.4 to 10.0 in), the tail measures 14.0 to 17.4 cm (5.5 to 6.9 in), the bill is 4.1 to 6.0 cm (1.6 to 2.4 in) and the tarsus measures 3.1 to 3.8 cm (1.2 to 1.5 in). They are mainly black with a red crest, and have a white line down the sides of the throat. They show white on the wings in flight. The flight of these birds is strong and direct, but has an undulating quality, similar to the relatively unique flight-style of all woodpeckers. Adult males have a red line from the bill to the throat, in adult females these are black. Two species found in the Old World, the white-bellied and black woodpeckers, are closely related and occupy the same ecological niche in their respective ranges that the pileated occupies in North America. The only North American birds of similar plumage and size are the ivory-billed woodpecker of the Southeastern United States and Cuba, and the related imperial woodpecker of Mexico. However, unlike the pileated, both of those species are extremely rare, if not extinct. Most reports of the ivory-billed woodpecker are believed to be erroneous reports of the far more common pileated.

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Sit back, relax and find your inner zen while you watch Canadian geese. 3 minutes of nature.

The Canada goose (Branta canadensis) is a large wild goose species with a black head and neck, white cheeks, white under its chin, and a brown body. Native to arctic and temperate regions of North America, its migration occasionally reaches northern Europe. It has been introduced to the United Kingdom, New Zealand, Argentina, Chile, and the Falkland Islands.[2] Like most geese, the Canada goose is primarily herbivorous and normally migratory; it tends to be found on or close to fresh water.

Extremely successful at living in human-altered areas, Canada geese have proven able to establish breeding colonies in urban and cultivated areas, which provide food and few natural predators, and are well known as a common park species. Their success has led to them often being considered a pest species because of their depredation of crops and issues with their noise, droppings, aggressive territorial behavior, and habit of begging for food (caused by human hand feeding), especially in their introduced range. Canada geese are also among the most commonly hunted waterfowl in North America and northwest Europe.

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In today's tech tip I show you how to use Microsoft Office for free.

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Let's take a quick look at the Firm Grip Extreme gloves and see what we think of these innovative gloves.. These gloves are made in Vietnam and imported by Big Time Products LLC.

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Welcome to Episode 7 of Subscriber Shoutouts. This is my January 2018 Subscriber Shout-Outs.

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Be Sure To Checkout Milsurp Mike's Video
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This is a quick look at the Ka-Bar Zombie Death Dagger. The wicked blade on the Zombie Killer Death Dagger is modeled directly after the fearsome Western L77 blade - one of the great classic fighting knife designs of World War II.

Ka-Bar (trademarked as KA-BAR) is the contemporary popular name for the combat knife first adopted by the United States Marine Corps in November 1942 as the 1219C2 combat knife (later designated the USMC Mark 2 combat knife or Knife, Fighting Utility), and subsequently adopted by the United States Navy as the U.S. Navy utility knife, Mark 2. Additionally, Ka-Bar is the name of a related knife manufacturing company, Ka-Bar Knives., Inc. (formerly Union Cutlery Co.) of Olean, New York, a subsidiary of the Cutco Corporation.

Although Ka-Bar Knives, Inc. currently makes a wide variety of knives and cutlery, it is best known for the Ka-Bar Fighting/Utility knife, which has traditionally used a 7 in. (178 mm) 1095 carbon steel clip point blade and leather-washer handle.

The owner of the KA-BAR trademark, the Union Cutlery Co. of Olean, New York, began using the name on its knives and in its advertising in 1923 after receiving a testimonial letter from a fur trapper, who used the knife to kill a wounded bear that attacked him after his rifle jammed. According to company records, the letter was only partially legible, with "ka bar" readable as fragments of the phrase "kill a bear". In 1923, the company adopted the name Ka-Bar from the "bear story" as their trademark. Beginning in 1923, the KA-BAR trademark was used as a ricasso stamp by Union Cutlery Co. on its line of automatic switchblade pocket knives, including the KA-BAR Grizzly, KA-BAR Baby Grizzly, and KA-BAR Model 6110 Lever Release knives.

Camillus Cutlery Co., the first manufacturer to supply the Ka-Bar Combat Knife under contract, also produced the largest number of such knives, producing over 1 million examples marked "Camillus.N.Y." on the knife's crossguard before the war ended. Besides Camillus, the Union Cutlery Co., Robeson (ShurEdge) Cutlery Co., and the PAL Cutlery Co. all produced the Ka-Bar knife under military contract during World War II.

The Union Cutlery Company, the first company to manufacture a knife trademarked KA-BAR, was founded in 1897 as the Tidioute Cutlery Co. The Tidioute Cutlery Co. was dissolved and its assets taken over by Wallace R. Brown, who renamed the company Union Razor Co. which shortly thereafter became the Union Cutlery Company in 1909, headquartered in Olean, New York.

After the end of World War II, Utica Cutlery Co., Conetta Cutlery Co., Camillus Cutlery Co., and (beginning around 1980) the Ontario Knife Co. all produced the Ka-Bar under contract for the U.S. military. From approximately 1945-1952, Weske Cutlery Co. of Sandusky, Ohio purchased leftover and overrun parts from wartime Ka-Bar knife contractors and assembled them into knives for commercial sale, polishing out the original manufacturer and military markings, and fitting them with ungrooved leather handles. Though W.R. Case made two prototype Ka-Bar knives as part of a contract submission in 1942-43, no contract was ever awarded to Case for the production of military Ka-Bar Combat/Fighting Utility knives, either during or after World War II. In 1992, Case would release a modern commemorative of these, the Case XX USMC Fighting Utility Knife. The Case XX USMC Fighting Utility knife is actually manufactured for Case by Ontario Knife Co.

"KA-BAR" was a trademark of one of the four wartime manufacturers, Union Cutlery Co. and had been used on several of their previous knives since 1923. They stamped this trademark on the ricasso of all the Mark 2 knives they produced - and were second only to Camillus in terms of production, producing about 1 million knives during the wartime contract. Marines as early as 1944 began universally referring to their new combat knife as the "KA-BAR", regardless of manufacturer. The popular designation of the knife may also have resulted from contact with Marine Corps close combat instructors in San Diego, who appear to have used the term Ka-Bar when training recruits in the skill of knife fighting.

From 1923 until 1952, KA-BAR remained a legal trademark of Union Cutlery Company. However, in 1952 Union Cutlery renamed itself Ka-Bar Cutlery Inc. in order to capitalize on widespread public recognition of the name and trademark, which had by then become synonymous with the Mark 2 Combat Knife.

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Ebomey posted a question "Do you carry a revolver?". Do I carry a revolver? Sometimes yes I do.

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The original Centennial model was introduced in 1952, and was named for the company's 100th anniversary. The 642 has an aluminum frame and stainless steel cylinder.

S&W Centennial is a family of revolvers made by Smith & Wesson on the "J-Frame". Depending upon caliber, the cylinder holds either 5 (9mm, .38 spl, .357 magnum), 6 (.32 magnum), 7 (.22 magnum), or 8 (.22 LR), cartridges. Centennials feature a fully enclosed (internal) hammer, which makes them Double Action Only (DAO) firearms. Like all other "J-frame" Smith & Wesson revolvers, they have a swing-out cylinder. Centennial models have been made in different versions like PD "Personal Defense", LS "Lady Smith", and M&P "Military & Police"

Smith & Wesson (S&W) is a manufacturer of firearms in the United States. The corporate headquarters are in Springfield, Massachusetts. Founded in 1852, Smith & Wesson's pistols and revolvers have become standard issue to police and armed forces throughout the world, in addition to their popularity among sport shooters.

Apart from firearms, Smith & Wesson has been known for the many types of ammunition it has introduced over the years, and many cartridges bear the company's name.

Horace Smith and Daniel B. Wesson founded the Smith & Wesson Company in Norwich, Connecticut in 1852 to develop the Volcanic rifle. Smith developed a new Volcanic Cartridge, which he patented in 1854. The Smith & Wesson Company was renamed Volcanic Repeating Arms in 1855, and was purchased by Oliver Winchester. Smith left the company and returned to his native Springfield, Massachusetts, while Wesson stayed on as plant manager with Volcanic Repeating Arms.

As Samuel Colt's patent on the revolver was set to expire in 1856, Wesson began developing a prototype for a cartridge revolver. His research pointed out that a former Colt employee named Rollin White held the patent for a "Bored-through" cylinder, a component he would need for his invention. Wesson reconnected with Smith and the two partners approached White to manufacture a newly designed revolver-and-cartridge combination.

Rather than make White a partner in their company, Smith and Wesson paid him a royalty of $0.25 on every revolver that they made. It would become White's responsibility to defend his patent in any court cases which eventually led to his financial ruin, but was very advantageous for the new Smith & Wesson Company.

About 2006 Smith & Wesson refocused its marketing on big box retailers, according to Smith & Wesson CEO Mike Golden in a 2008 conference call with investors.

In December 2014, Smith & Wesson Holding announced it was paying $130.5 million for Battenfeld Technologies, a Columbia, Missouri-based designer and distributor of hunting and shooting accessories. The company made the acquisition with the eventual intent to merge all its existing Smith & Wesson, M&P and Thompson Center Arms accessories into a single division.

In August 2016 the company bought Crimson Trace, a laser-sight manufacturer, for $95 million and Taylor Brands, a tool and knife maker, for $85 million. In November 2016 the company bought UST Brands, a survival equipment maker.

Model 640

A Smith & Wesson Model 642 revolver with an open cylinder and ergonomic rosewood grips
The Model 640 revolver has been in production since 1990 and was chambered for .38 Special.

Model 442 and 642
The 442 has an aluminum frame and blued carbon steel cylinder. The 642 has an aluminum frame and stainless steel cylinder.

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Today I decided to try the 5x5 Drill as posted by The Scab Ugly Channel. My results were mixed but it was a lot of fun.

5 rounds, in 5 seconds, in a 5 inch circle, from 5 yards away

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Just a little range time with the Zastava M57.

The Zastava M57 pistol was a standard sidearm of the Yugoslav Army. It is a single-action pistol chambered for the fast and powerful 7.62×25mm Tokarev cartridge. These are very popular surplus weapons in the West, as they are affordable and plentiful. Zastava Arms still produces them new even today.

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In this video we will disassemble and reassemble the Zastava M57.

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Information on the Zastava M57 Pistol:

The Zastava M57 pistol was a standard sidearm of Yugoslav Army. It is a single-action pistol chambered for the fast and powerful 7.62×25mm Tokarev cartridge. These are very popular surplus weapons in the West, as they are affordable and plentiful. Zastava Arms still produces them new even today, rather than just importing the surplus weapons. Adopted in 1957, the M57 was a license-produced copy of the Soviet Tokarev TT pistol, although the M57 had a longer grip to accommodate a larger magazine (holding 9 rounds, versus 8 rounds in the TT). Around 1970[citation needed], Crvena Zastava began production of a similar pistol, the M70A, chambered in 9×19mm Luger. As of 2014, Zastava currently manufactures new production M57s, M70As and M88s. M57 pistol is short-recoil-operated, locked-breech pistol that uses a Browning-type action with swinging link. The trigger is of single-action type, originally the pistol has no manual safeties except for a half-cock notch on the hammer. Due to import restrictions, a manual safety was fitted to surplus models and the new manufacture pistols have a manual safety that is mounted on the slide rather than the frame. The new versions of the M57A/M70A also feature a magazine safety and render the gun unable to fire unless a magazine is inserted into the grip frame. Magazine is single-stack 9 round capacity.

Today we are going to unbox and clean the Zastava M57. This will be a rather long video but it takes a little time and elbow grease to remove all the grease these come packed in. This M57 was purchased from Gander Mountain and has not been cleaned or fired since being imported by PW Arms.

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Information on the Zastava M57 Pistol:

The Zastava M57 pistol was a standard sidearm of Yugoslav Army. It is a single-action pistol chambered for the fast and powerful 7.62×25mm Tokarev cartridge. These are very popular surplus weapons in the West, as they are affordable and plentiful. Zastava Arms still produces them new even today, rather than just importing the surplus weapons. Adopted in 1957, the M57 was a license-produced copy of the Soviet Tokarev TT pistol, although the M57 had a longer grip to accommodate a larger magazine (holding 9 rounds, versus 8 rounds in the TT). Around 1970[citation needed], Crvena Zastava began production of a similar pistol, the M70A, chambered in 9×19mm Luger. As of 2014, Zastava currently manufactures new production M57s, M70As and M88s. M57 pistol is short-recoil-operated, locked-breech pistol that uses a Browning-type action with swinging link. The trigger is of single-action type, originally the pistol has no manual safeties except for a half-cock notch on the hammer. Due to import restrictions, a manual safety was fitted to surplus models and the new manufacture pistols have a manual safety that is mounted on the slide rather than the frame. The new versions of the M57A/M70A also feature a magazine safety and render the gun unable to fire unless a magazine is inserted into the grip frame. Magazine is single-stack 9 round capacity.

This video is a step by step guide to disassembling and cleaning the Zastaba M57 magazine. I also show you a trick to fix an issue with these magazines that can arise during reassembly.

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The Zastava M57 pistol was a standard sidearm of Yugoslav Army. It is a single-action pistol chambered for the fast and powerful 7.62×25mm Tokarev cartridge. These are very popular surplus weapons in the West, as they are affordable and plentiful. Zastava Arms still produces them new even today, rather than just importing the surplus weapons. Adopted in 1957, the M57 was a license-produced copy of the Soviet Tokarev TT pistol, although the M57 had a longer grip to accommodate a larger magazine (holding 9 rounds, versus 8 rounds in the TT). Around 1970[citation needed], Crvena Zastava began production of a similar pistol, the M70A, chambered in 9×19mm Luger. As of 2014, Zastava currently manufactures new production M57s, M70As and M88s. M57 pistol is short-recoil-operated, locked-breech pistol that uses a Browning-type action with swinging link. The trigger is of single-action type, originally the pistol has no manual safeties except for a half-cock notch on the hammer. Due to import restrictions, a manual safety was fitted to surplus models and the new manufacture pistols have a manual safety that is mounted on the slide rather than the frame. The new versions of the M57A/M70A also feature a magazine safety and render the gun unable to fire unless a magazine is inserted into the grip frame. Magazine is single-stack 9 round capacity.

This is a quick look at how I store my CR2032 batteries in my range bag.

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Let me show you how to make a "Double Bullet" as seen in the movie "Bullet To The Head" with Sylvester Stallone.

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What's in the box? Today I visited my FFL and picked up 5 AR-15 lower receivers that I ordered from Primary Arms.

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I wanted to show you what I do to transport my paper targets back and forth to the range without them getting tore up. This is a cheap and easy trick that anyone can do.

What are shooting targets? Shooting targets are objects in various forms and shapes that are used for pistol, rifle, shotgun and other shooting sports, as well as in darts, target archery, crossbow shooting and other non-firearm related sports. The center is often called the bullseye. Targets can for instance be made of paper, "self healing" rubber or steel. There are also electronic targets that electronically can provide the shooter with precise feedback of the shot placement.

Most targets used in shooting sports today are abstract figures of which origins often are not given much thought, but given the military and hunting origins that started most shooting disciplines it is not hard to understand that many of the targets at some point originally resembled either human opponents in a battle or animals in a hunting situation. For instance, the well known circular bullseye target might originally have resembled a human torso or an animal being hunted.[citation needed] Notable instances of shooting targets with martial origins which are considered abstract today, are the field targets used in Det frivillige Skyttervesen where the original intent was to resemble amongst other wheels of vehicles (S25 target), barrels (tønne), bunker openings (stripe 30/10 and 13/40) or enemy personnel (1/3, 1/4, 1/6 and 1/10 figure, minismåen, etc.). The origin of these targets are not usually given much attention (or is even known by most shooters), and have been kept around for variation and tradition.

Some types of targets are:

- Steel targets
- Paper or cardboard
- Frangible (such as clay or tiles)
- Self healing rubber target

FITA targets are used in archery shooting competitions within the World Archery Federation. The targets have 10 evenly spaced concentric rings, generally with score values from 1 through 10. In addition there is an inner 10 ring, sometimes called the X ring. This becomes the 10 ring at indoor compound competitions, while outdoors, it serves as a tiebreaker with the archer scoring the most X's winning. The number of hits may also be taken into account as another tiebreaker. In FITA archery, targets are coloured as follows:

- 1 & 2 ring: White
- 3 & 4 ring: Black
- 5 & 6 ring: Blue
- 7 & 8 ring: Red
- 9, 10 & inner 10 (X) ring: Gold

3D targets are life-size models of game used in field archery.

Dart targets are a special form of bullseye targets.

Air rifle field targets. In the outdoor air gun discipline field target metal targets of various shape and forms are used. The metal plates are often shaped to resemble small game animals, although there is currently a move towards simple geometric shapes.

- A crow-shaped, knock-over metal air gun field target. The black painted metal paddle must be hit to make the target fall over, and the target can be reset by pulling the orange cord attached to the face-plate.

Clay pigeon targets are usually used as flying targets for clay pigeon shooting, formally known as Inanimate Bird Shooting.

In fullbore target rifle within the International Confederation of Fullbore Rifle Associations (ICFRA), competitions can be held in either a short range or long range format, with distances either in yards or meters. F-Class shoots at the same targets as Palma, but during the scoring process an extra inner ring (which is half the diameter of the V-bull) counts only for F-Class. While short range is shot at a different target size for each of the six distances, long range is shot at the one and same type of target at different distances.[1] Below are the official target sizes, and approximate subtensions in milliradians and arcminutes depending on distance.

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Taurus Model 94 Tracker 9 shot 22 LR Revolver.

From Taurus website:

The ultra-compact 94 and 941 give you your choice of either .22 LR with a nine-round cylinder or the .22 Magnum with an eight round cylinder. We'll repeat that, 8 or 9 shots. This impressive innovation has become a favorite of shooters, writers and editors everywhere, as both the 94 and 941 feature single/double action triggers, adjustable sights and an extended ejector rod for faster reloading. Consider one for your nightstand, tackle box, or for endless plinking in the summer. 2-inch Ultra-Lite® models are also available.

Taurus Security System (TSS)rs: Taurus family of semi-auto pistols all feature the Taurus Security System, which provides instant-ready defense with built-in ability to secure your pistol and make it inoperable at the turn of a key. When the Security System is engaged, the pistol cannot be fired or cocked and the gun's manual safety cannot be disengaged. As with our revolver Security System, the device is part of the firearm and cannot be lost, and the same special Security Key works for both the revolver and pistol Systems (two keys come with most guns). To engage: simply insert the Key into the button on the rear or side of the pistol and rotate one-quarter turn clockwise. This engages the Security System. The manual safety cannot be moved and the trigger cannot be pulled. To disengage: simply rotate the key one-quarter turn back. This releases the Security System, yet leaves the pistol's manual safety in the "safe" position until you are ready to release it yourself and fire the gun.

Transfer Bar: The transfer bar mechanism prevents the hammer from striking the firing pin unless the trigger is pulled fully to the rear.

Model: 94SS4
Finish: Stainless Steel
Status: Discontinued
Caliber: .22 S/L/L.R
Grips: Rubber
UPC: 7-25327-20125-0
Capacity: 9
Weight: 25 oz
Rate of Twist: 1:15"
Barrel Length: 4"
Height: 4.98"
Frame: Small
Width: 1.346"
Action: DA/SA
Front Sight: Fixed
Length: 8-3/4"
Grooves: 6
Safety: Transfer Bar
Trigger Type: Smooth
Order #: 2-940049
MSRP: $486.00
Rear Sight: Adjustable
Grooves Turn: Right

Forjas Taurus is a manufacturing conglomerate based in Porto Alegre, Brazil. Founded as a tool and die manufacturer, the company now consists of divisions focusing on firearms, metals manufacturing, plastics, body armor, helmets, and civil construction.

Taurus produced its first revolver, the Model 38101SO, in 1941. Beginning in 1968, it exported revolvers to the U.S. market through a series of importers.

In 1971, the Bangor Punta Corporation, then the parent company of Smith & Wesson, purchased 54 percent of Forjas Taurus, allowing the two firearms manufacturers to easily share information regarding design and manufacturing. In 1977, Taurus was purchased from Bangor Punta by its current owners, and its ties to Smith & Wesson were severed.

In 1980, after Italian arms manufacturer Beretta had completed its contracts to produce firearms for Brazil's military, Taurus purchased Beretta's São Paulo manufacturing plant along with the tooling, technical drawings, and work force necessary to produce several different pistol designs.

In order to more effectively tap the U.S. market, the company created a subsidiary, Taurus International Manufacturing Incorporated, also known as Taurus USA, in 1984.

In 1997 Forjas Taurus purchased the rights & equipment to manufacture Rossi brand revolvers. They currently manufacture three .38 Special models and four .357 Magnum models under the Rossi name, manufactured in São Leopoldo, Brazil.

The current product line includes steel-frame pistols, polymer-frame pistols, revolvers, and law enforcement weapons submachine guns and rifles, the latter intended for the domestic Brazilian market. The company manufactures and sells its firearms for generally less than other manufacturers due to low labor costs, as well as having the facilities available to build virtually
Taurus was originally known for manufacturing revolvers similar in design to those offered by Smith & Wesson. The company moved away from this realm by offering larger framed models such as the Raging Bull (.454 Casull) and Raging Hornet (.22 Hornet) revolvers as well as the Judge 5-shot revolvers (.410 bore and .45 Colt).

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This is a repost of my video "A Sneak Peek At The Rebirth Of My CZ Scorpion EVO 3" with the original audio track. As soon as I uploaded this video some douschenozzle hit me with a copyright claim on the audio track even though I had a valid license to use the audio track. Since I WON my dispute on the copyright claim I wanted to share with you my video with the audio track that I wanted to use. Enjoy.

I am finally nearing the end of my journey to make my CZ Scorpion EVO 3 into the rifle that I wanted. It's been a long and kind of expensive trip, but I am starting to see the results of my labor. Feast your eyes on my CZ Scorpion EVO 3...

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Today we are going to take a look at my new pistol from Springfield Armory. If you missed it, Springfield Armory has a fantastic rebate offer right now. They will give you 4 free magazines, a holster and a mag pouch. You just enter your information online and wait by the mailbox.

You can watch my video on the Springfield Armory promotional offer here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rBnmyT0YXkM

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Here is how Springfield Armory describes their 1911 Range Officer:

For shooters who need a competition 1911, the .45ACP Range Officer® from Springfield Armory® offers finely tuned performance without breaking the bank. The .45ACP Range Officer® brings the precision of a competition pistol in a simple and straightforward configuration.

The .45ACP Range Officer® has the same quality forged national match frame and slide as the Trophy Match™ and TRP™ 1911s. It gets the same precision fit as these pistols, too. Add in the same match grade stainless steel barrel and bushing, and you have a pistol that shoots well beyond its price tag. The .45ACP Range Officer® is topped with a fully-adjustable rear target sight, so you have maximum flexibility. The beavertail grip safety, extended lightweight trigger and flat mainspring housing allow the pistol to sit in your hand comfortably for long periods of time at the range. The single-sided thumb safety keeps things simple and functional. It all adds up to a pistol that will let you seriously compete in a variety of matches.

If you want to get into the game and bring a gun that will surprise you with its performance, try the .45ACP Range Officer®. Are You Ready?™

I am finally nearing the end of my journey to make my CZ Scorpion EVO 3 into the rifle that I wanted. It's been a long and kind of expensive trip, but I am starting to see the results of my labor. Feast your eyes on my CZ Scorpion EVO 3...

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