Author and host of the hit OUTDOOR CHANNEL show SHOOTING GALLERY spouts off...
Also interested in seeing how long the SBR paperwork takes for the .300 Blackout pistol.If it was built from the start, or purchased, as a pistol why would you need SBR paperwork?
I like how Tritium is a battery backup or the sole low light illumination. I've heard it has a half life of 10 years. That seems too short to count on being able to use it. You guys must have older trit sights. How bright are they X years later?
Overload,I have Trijicon's on my Smith' Third-Gen" and they're going on 20 years old. The front sight is just starting to "dim". Too bad, as the rear sight's 2-dots are now brighter and it spoils the sight picture a bit. I'm going to buy a new set though, as I believe that they're an essential part of my required equipment.Life Member
Mine are around 13yo. When new, you could just about read a paper in a dark area with them, but now it has to be a dark area to see the green glow. Can't recall the brand, but marked MH3, and TRU DOT.
Michael, if you do your Form 1 through e-file and have a trust, the SBR stamp takes a little more than a month. Not sure about doing a non-trust Form 1.
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