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Old 04-15-2014, 11:04 AM
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Default Single Shot Equipped (SSE) Barrel kits for sale! Easy to install. Discount for FFLs.

Single Shot Equipped/SSE Barrels for Sale. Revolver kit soon available.

Pricing is $100.00 plus tax per barrel. Shipping is priority mail insured add $5.25. Free on orders of 4 or more.

These barrels are rifled (2 grooves), chambered in .25 ACP and NOW 9" long. Past the chamber area they are profiled to slide into most if not all .380, 9mm, 40 s&w and 45 acp chambered barrels. So I have 4 different barrels. The 45 will not work in the .380. The .380 will slide easily out of the 45. Please understand some minor fitting may need to done to insure fiction with some semi auto handguns. I am limited to what I can test these in. Easiest way to get the breech closed or locked is to align the relief cut with the extractor. Simply rotate insert so that the relief cut lines up to allow clearance for extractor if need be than you press the host barrel into battery



They will also seat into the chamber area for the host firearm in the following chambers;
.380 ACP
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So order a barrel based on what chamber or caliber you are wanting to convert to a SSE. .380 is the minimum sized chamber the barrel kit will work in.
They are functional and will allow for a loaded or primed case to be inserted into the SSE barrel and discharged with no other modification other than insertion of SSE barrel. Some handguns may have magazine disconnect features.



Keep in mind that .25 ACP will not be captured by a .380 magazine.
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Extremely simple to use. Remove slide and barrel from slide. Insert SSE barrel into host barrel. Align relief cut in chamber opening of SSE barrel to allow for clearance of extractor when reassembling host barrel with SSE barrel in place. Re-install recoil guide assembly and place complete slide back onto the frame.




This system is very similar to what many Gun Shops are doing to convert handguns to Single Shot Exempt. What an incredible opportunity it is for gun shops to offer greater service, wider selection of firearms and also charge clients anywhere from $50-$100 to Single Shot Exempt. Any monies spent on Single Shot Exempt kits can be easily recovered in 1 to 2 use of those kits.

Once installed into a appropriate semi auto firearm it will convert it to a single shot in .25 ACP with an overall length of over 10 1/2". Inserting the original magazine will not allow you to fire this firearm feeding .25 ACP from that magazine. You must individually place a cartridge into the chamber of the Single Shot Equipped barrel.



Pricing is retail $150.00 plus tax per barrel. FFL Dealer pricing is available. Shipping is priority mail insured. Free on orders of 4 or more.

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But not without a tasty link to a cool story..
IL-2 Sturmovik recovered from Lake- Images and story-Press Me

Freshly retrieved from 'Crooked Lake' near the town of Severomorsk in the Murmansk region of Russia is an IL-2 Sturmovik wreck. It was lifted on 21st June 2012 by a team named 'Icarus' from the city of Zaozersk

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Bumping this bad boy with a Old Nova program..
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Another awesome article for you to read.........

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Sorry for the out of line bump, but Matt P your bumps to interesting stuff is GENIUS!

I am reading 3 of the links you posted! thank you
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Awesome video to watch regarding bike messengers in NYC.
Turn out the lights and turn up the music....

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Without any doubt my most favorite video on the internet. That video with the music up loud puts me right there with them.....
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Red Bull Rampage MADNESS. Amazing how much air these guys get. Crazy the terrain...And on mountain bikes...... WOW

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Frozen in the sands of time: Eerie Second World War RAF fighter plane discovered in the Sahara... 70 years after it crashed in the desert



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Interesting article about what goes in to building a Wilson Super Grade 1911

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For those who watched Das Boat and also those who just love German submarines in general.

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An excellent article for you re-loaders just like me. Dan simplify s the process of finding an optimal hand-load.

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Marksmanship with the M1-Garand. Older US Military Training video.

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In 1975, when a Houston concrete contractor opened the doors of his new business venture, the event didnít exactly make ripples among the bench rest community. The project, an enormous warehouse on Houstonís east side, was built solely to be leased for industrial storage. And if the event went unnoticed, its builder, Virgil King, was equally unknown to group shooters. No one could have predicted that the Houston Warehouse and Virgil King would write one of the more fascinating chapters on the subject of extreme rifle accuracy.

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Awesome site for information about the 1911A1 series. A great place to do some research on that series.

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Medcop was shooting Urodojiís CAR-15 and had commented to him on the excellent, smooth
trigger. I was asked to send Medcop a description of how this was done. Urodoji got Medcop in touch with me, and I did some sketches, and described to Medcop how to do it.
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Raised from the depths: German seaplane recovered from fjord 70 years after it sank in such good condition it could even fly again

Heinkel He-115 sank after botched water landing in 1942
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Since 1996, The Golden Closet has been one of the leading vendors of authentic screen used wardrobe and props in the world. We have established a skilled team of experts who are devoted to the documentation and preservation of iconic costumes and props from all eras of entertainment history.


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Historical Background

During WW II, the US lost hundreds of aircraft in the China-Burma-India (CBI) theater of operations. Although hostile fire from Japanese forces accounted for many of these aircraft losses, the vast majority of US aircraft were lost due to inhospitable weather, mechanical failure or navigational error.

The Aluminum Trail, published in 1989 by Chic Marrs Quinn, lists over 700 US aircraft lost in the CBI theater. The personnel losses were far in excess of this number, as most aircraft had multiple crewmembers and were often transporting passengers. The US Dept of Defense stated in 2004, that more than 500 US aircraft and 1,200 crewmembers and passengers remain missing in the CBI theater, with an estimated 416 Americans still missing in India alone. Nowhere in the CBI theater were the aircraft losses higher than on the notorious Hump route between US airbases in northeastern India and airfields in China. Many of these aircraft have never been found, and their crews and passengers have since been declared Administratively Dead, Unrecoverable or MIA. The CBI theater and its Hump route might have more MIA US airmen than any other WW II theater of operations.

I have taken on the project of searching for and recovering these MIA Americans. For practical reasons, the initial focus of the MIA recovery project is on finding and identifying the crashed aircraft. Once the found aircraft have been positively identified, a review of archival records will quickly determine everyone who was aboard the aircraft when it disappeared. Generally speaking, most of the crashsites that I reach have unrecovered crewmembers and often some passengers. It was very rare that the personnel had safely parachuted from the aircraft and survived the crash. Next, a detailed report is prepared and posted on this website along with relevant photos. A copy of my report is sent to the appropriate government agencies. Finally, I make every attempt to locate and notify the surviving family members of the personnel who were aboard the missing aircraft. Any human remains which I find at a crashsite are delivered to the US Dept of Defense for DNA matching and then repatriation to the families.

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Ghost Town - Introduction

My name is Elena. I run this website and I don't have anything to sell. What I do have is my motorbike and the absolute freedom to ride it wherever curiosity and the speed demon take me.

I have ridden all my life and over the years I have owned several different motorbikes. I ended my search for a perfect bike with a big kawasaki ninja, that boasts a mature 147 horse power, some serious bark, is fast as a bullet and comfortable for a long trips. here is more about my motorcycle

I travel a lot and one of my favorite destinations leads North from Kiev, towards so called Chernobyl "dead zone", which is 130kms from my home. Why my favorite? Because one can take long rides there on empty roads.

The people there all left and nature is blooming. There are beautiful woods and lakes.

In places where roads have not been travelled by trucks or army vehicles, they are in the same condition they were 20 years ago - except for an occasional blade of grass that discovered a crack to spring through. Time does not ruin roads, so they may stay this way until they can be opened to normal traffic again........ a few centuries from now.


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Are your barrels rifled?
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Yes they are rifled. Very beginning of my post offers that they are rifled.
To not have that could create a smooth bore barrel or shotgun barrel.

One of the VERY BEST stories on Digging for WW II artifacts..AWESOME

60 years ago a Kiev's area witnessed some of the most severe battles of WW2.
Covered with earth from explosions the humans, arms and ammunitions were left on the battlefields.

With entering this site, you will join me and my friends for visiting a historic places of battles. We don't take standard trips with their boring guides, we take shovels, detectors and plenty of water. Water because the only way to find something is to dig and when you dig, you drink. You drink a lot because once you found a relic you can't stop digging, you know, it is real, it was there in time of a great event and you know that next item can be this special one worth all you efforts...

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Metal Detecting WW2 German & Russian Military Relics in Estonia.

Digging WW2 Artifacts Not By Choice

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Below are images that the above individual collected from Russian Artifact Diggers. There are links to the pages with the images, but they are in Russian for the descriptions.

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Awesome stuff about World War II and items recovered. A fantastic list of interesting images and stories.
Enjoy as I have been doing...

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A little bit of work and you can uncover all kinds of cool content. Only cool if you love this kind of stuff. I do.
Its a little bit of work to make my threads interesting, but worth it for me and cal gunners who have been so wonderfully generous to me.

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If you are into WW2 plane and tank relics and restoration, then enjoy the collection on this channel.

I try to only put up quality footage and images to save you all trawling through the masses of info out there.
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These barrels are rifled (2 grooves), chambered in .25 ACP and NOW 9" long.
Would you be able to re-send the .45 barrel in a 9" barrel? The one I just got from you is only 7".

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Welcome to my web page, where you can accompany me on my visits to the Guadalcanal battlefields during 1995 - 2012.
I live in Melbourne, Australia and have been into history since I was a kid. During 1995 -2012 I have made 9 trips to explore the Guadalcanal land battlefields. My next trip will be in July 2013.
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I don't do PMs, please e-mail me at sales@taftguns.com. Definitely interested in your product.
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Matt P....

  • Thanks for production line of great useful product! Esp given this is a time-critical year, legislative
    risk, etc.
    .
  • Please do not do stuff for "revolvers" [except perhaps last item below]: we cannot/should not
    conflate categories of "pistol" vs. "revolver".

    Very grey area about a revolver becoming exempt as a pistol given expert/traditional definitions;
    a revolver is a revolver, a pistol is a pistol. One exemption is intended for one category, another
    exemption's intended for the other category, and you shouldn't "mix & match" or exemption could
    be invalidated.
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  • A revolver should NOT be rendered "single-shot pistol exempt" with barrel mods/capacity blocking,
    as it'll still risk being considered a revolver.

    [However, revolvers CAN be Roster exempt thru conversion to a separate single-action revolver
    category with different dimensional compliance standards + min 5 rounds cylinder capacity.]
    .
  • The exception to the above would be if revolver instead had a tilt-out, single shot conversion 'slab
    chamber' dropped in.

    Then it'd be a sister gun architecturally parallel to the rarer Ruger "Hawkeye" pistol, which was built
    on a SA cowboy frame, but multiple expert testimony can be readily provided that this architecture
    is in fact a "pistol" and not a "revolver".

    This would be expensive, complex gunsmithing though. Cylinder changes in larger calibers involve
    alignment tests. Nonalignment results in lead 'spitting' and higher pressure risk and gun damage/
    injury.
    .
  • Small caliber barrel extension liners PLUS subcaliber cylinder inserts [with generous 'bullet jump'
    allowances COULD be used for revolver Roster exemptions in the following very specific cases, for
    the single-action revolver exemption:
    .
    • snub-nosed wheelguns that can be converted to single action (say, classic S&W Model 60,
      Chief's Special), etc via sear removal - but which don't qualify for single-action exemption
      due to shorter barrel plus shorter overall length dimensional compliance min. limits not
      being met;
      .
    • single-action "Sheriff's Model" cut-down SAA-style revolvers having shorty ~2.5" - 2.75"
      barrels, which also do not qualify for dimensional compliance portion of the single-action
      revolver Roster exemption...

    This process needs to be NOT CASUALLY DONE and very good testing done to have a truly safe handgun.
    Any Roster exemption process needs to pass the 'smell test' and result in a useful, fireable handgun that
    can be used repeatedly in a rational fashion, not cut your hands up, not blow up, be of tolerable accuracy,
    and not spit lead.
Bottom line, let's not mix up guns with exemptions as there is legal risk. We've done very well so far, let's keep it up!
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this is a fun thread. good reading from the links.

Neat little product too.
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Please take the time to enjoy a small selection of the artifacts that we have on display at the Museum of World War II. Every artifact in our collection has its own history, and ties to human lives. Each artifact has a small section of its story told here.

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Okay.. Lets take a look at some WWII German planes of the Luftwaffe. Currently I will continue with my World War II theme in post bumpage.

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Back to Relic Digging Up and what not. Becoming a slight challenge to find interesting media to bump my threads with. I should just be like most others... And just simply bump them.
Oh well....
Videos on this site. Quite a few of them. I do prefer pictures and typed words to watching a video.

History Hunter of World War II-Press Me

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A website listing the 10 Deadliest Snipers of World War II. Not surprising most are Russian.

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