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R51 General Discussion / Re: R51 Disassembly Tooling
« Last post by GerryR on April 16, 2021, 02:28:25 AM »
I now have a few sets available, if interested.
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Introductions section / Re: Hello
« Last post by R51Fan2017 on April 15, 2021, 12:01:44 PM »
Welcome aboard!
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General Discussion / Re: serial numbers again for R51G2 Smoke
« Last post by R51Fan2017 on April 15, 2021, 12:01:09 PM »
Wow! That is something collectors dream of.....getting a gun like yours. Great score! Who knows how much it could be worth in the future. Especially with that kind of provenance.
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Introductions section / Re: Hello
« Last post by lklawson on April 14, 2021, 12:49:20 AM »
Looking forward to Learning and participation in this forum. Thanks for allowing me in.
Hi.  Which are you using, the black or the smoke?  What's your ammo preference?  Had any issues with primer flow or with bullets plunking longer than the leade?  Is it a carry gun or a range toy?  What's your carry rig/preference?

Peace favor your sword,
Kirk
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R51 General Discussion / Re: R51 Disassembly Tooling
« Last post by GerryR on April 13, 2021, 10:40:35 PM »
I am still making the tools, but am out of stock right now.  I will have some available next week.  I no longer have a website; the website that FlatEarther posted is the person that makes threaded barrels and triggers for the R51.

You can contact me through private message, and I will send you my email address.  Pricing is $55.00 for the standard or threaded barrel tool and one thumb-pusher or $75.00 for both barrel tools and one thumb-pusher, plus $5.00 shipping to the lower 48 states.
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Introductions section / Re: Hello
« Last post by FlatEarther on April 13, 2021, 04:46:38 PM »
Welcome... Always glad see new folks on board! ... Joe
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R51 General Discussion / Re: R51 Disassembly Tooling
« Last post by FlatEarther on April 13, 2021, 04:45:08 PM »
Looks like he may have a new site...
https://dangerco.us/

EDIT ... the above site is for barrels and triggers
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R51 General Discussion / Re: R51 Disassembly Tooling
« Last post by mcrosa on April 13, 2021, 01:46:35 PM »
Gerry r is the tool still available?

Mike
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Introductions section / Hello
« Last post by mcrosa on April 13, 2021, 01:27:55 PM »
Looking forward to Learning and participation in this forum. Thanks for allowing me in.
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General Discussion / Re: serial numbers again for R51G2 Smoke
« Last post by Gorillaman on April 08, 2021, 10:19:01 AM »
It's from a very well know gun dealer/store in Huntsville that's been there forever. When I asked him where it's from he didn't think it was from an individual and said it's  from a dealer or factory sell from what he thought.  This gun store buys lots of bulk stuff and sells a ton of stuff.  He was just one of 20 workers in the store.  I was just trying to get my hands on a Huntsville gun and I mentioned on above post that I was there for the 45 from Huntsville first because of a flyer he put.  They were gone instantly, so I asked if they had a 9mm by chance since I missed out many times before and he laughed and said no way but then started to walk to next customer and went wait, yes, we have two used ones.  I thought to myself, it's a return because of the issues they have but wanted to look at them and never thought about what he said earlier from a dealer or factory sell.  One was a black Gen 1 version that was not built in Huntsville I then picked up the smoke and asked if it came with anything else.  He told me it did have a box and another magazine, so I bought one more to make three.  When he handed me the box walking out the door, I then noticed it had blemish typed on his sticker over the factory sticker.  I thought that was odd because it was a used gun and of course it might have a scratch on it but maybe he did it that way to show it on box to not confuse any workers it was not new because except for a slight scuff mark it's hard to tell from box or gun that's it's used.  It still could have had lots of rounds through it getting tested then put new magazine in box or scratched from photo shoots.
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