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Less than a month
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Multiple beavertails. Like i need to list them. =P
It's not a dye cocker, thats all that matters.
Looks good. Thats where it ends
Incorrectly designed, and has fatal flaws.
The beavertail is too short. Peroid. Thats the problem. My cocking rod smacks the back of the beavertail whenver my gun cocks. Its starting to wear into the black finish, and exposing the chrome underbelly because the cocking rod is denting/slicing the back of this thing, and slowly eating away at it. You also cannot take out the cocking rod without taking off the beavertail. The cocking rod will not fit through the hole in the back.
I would not wish this beavertail on my worst enemy. Dont buy it, unless your a masochist.
1 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, May 19th, 2003 at 7:02 am PST