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Don357
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Don357

G&G Enthusiast, Male, from Semmes Alabama

Don357 was last seen:
May 22, 2017
    1. littlejoe872
      littlejoe872
      Hello. What unit patch is your avatar? A relative of mine served in Vietnam, and was killed in action before I was born. I've seen a picture of him in fatigues, and the patch on his right shoulder looks like your avatar, but green and black. Thanks for any info you can give.
      1. Don357
        Don357
        It's 18th ENGR BDE. I was assigned to the 46th ENGR BN @ Ft Rucker AL '77-'81
        Aug 2, 2014
      2. littlejoe872
        littlejoe872
        Thank you
        Aug 3, 2014
    2. Enscribe
      Enscribe
      I don't know anything that would fit if it's not threaded. You could just find any .30 cal falsh hider you like and have your barrel threaded by a smith to that flash hiders thread pattern.
    3. just_a_car
      just_a_car
      Well, if you're looking for a long flash hider, the L1A1 FAL hiders are rather nice (and we have one member here with one on a CETME, but he bought it with it already threaded on). I also like the tabuk/SVD AK-variant flash hiders and bought one for my AK-variant. They can be had from nodak spud, in the white, so you have to finish them... I parkerized mine.

      The FAL hiders can be purchased on-the-cheap from gunbroker.com, but if what I think you're saying is what you're saying, then you don't have any threads on the end of your barrel and you'll have to thread the barrel no matter what you go with. This is really your best option (and make sure you have a reputable gunsmith do it) as that will keep the hider in-line so that bullets don't glance of it and cause damage. That's been known to happen with clamp-on styles of hiders, such as those for the AK-variants.
    4. Don357
      Don357
      I'm not really sure, you may just have to compare cylinder dimensions with a few .44mags and some 6 shot .44spls. I know the cartridges are supposed to be the same diameter, but not sure about the spacing. Sorry I couldn't be of more help.
    5. nameless535
      nameless535
      In regards to one of your posts about the schofield...Where can you find speed loaders for the .44 russian? I've been looking everywhere. Any help you can offer would be great. thanx.
    6. Don357
      Don357
      No problem, I was just curious. We have a pair of Civil War forts here in the Mobile AL area and one of them is named Ft. Morgan and the other is named Ft. Gaines. They are on either side of Mobile Bay. I thought the shoots might be there.
    7. meatloaf
      meatloaf
      Sorry I didn't wright back, I actualy didnt know this message was in. The Ft Morgan machine gun shoot is in Ft Morgan colorado.
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