A Rebuttal to John Farnum on Aftermarket Glock Barrels

Recently, I ran across a fantastic article from training John Farnum on his perspective on the use of aftermarket drop-in barrels on Glock handguns (can be found here). In general, I agree with much of what he has said, but I think its a little too much blanket advice with not enough information. *Author’s disclosure … Read More … The post A Rebuttal to John Farnum on Aftermarket Glock Barrels appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

Loose AR Receivers? JP Enterprises Fixed Them with MicroFit Pins

To me, the only major and glaring design issue behind the AR-15 and similar two-receiver designs is the interface between the two receivers. By using only two pins and having variable tolerance between them for mass-manufacturing inevitably leads to excessive slop. This is compounded by the choices in materials as steel rubs on aluminum receivers … Read More … The post Loose AR Receivers? JP Enterprises Fixed Them with MicroFit Pins appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

A Rebuttal to John Farnum on Aftermarket Glock Barrels

Recently, I ran across a fantastic article from training John Farnum on his perspective on the use of aftermarket drop-in barrels on Glock handguns (can be found here). In general, I agree with much of what he has said, but I think its a little too much blanket advice with not enough information. *Author’s disclosure … Read More … The post A Rebuttal to John Farnum on Aftermarket Glock Barrels appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

Loose AR Receivers? JP Enterprises Fixed Them with MicroFit Pins

To me, the only major and glaring design issue behind the AR-15 and similar two-receiver designs is the interface between the two receivers. By using only two pins and having variable tolerance between them for mass-manufacturing inevitably leads to excessive slop. This is compounded by the choices in materials as steel rubs on aluminum receivers … Read More … The post Loose AR Receivers? JP Enterprises Fixed Them with MicroFit Pins appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

A Rebuttal to John Farnum on Aftermarket Glock Barrels

Recently, I ran across a fantastic article from training John Farnum on his perspective on the use of aftermarket drop-in barrels on Glock handguns (can be found here). In general, I agree with much of what he has said, but I think its a little too much blanket advice with not enough information. *Author’s disclosure … Read More … The post A Rebuttal to John Farnum on Aftermarket Glock Barrels appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

Loose AR Receivers? JP Enterprises Fixed Them with MicroFit Pins

To me, the only major and glaring design issue behind the AR-15 and similar two-receiver designs is the interface between the two receivers. By using only two pins and having variable tolerance between them for mass-manufacturing inevitably leads to excessive slop. This is compounded by the choices in materials as steel rubs on aluminum receivers … Read More … The post Loose AR Receivers? JP Enterprises Fixed Them with MicroFit Pins appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

A Rebuttal to John Farnum on Aftermarket Glock Barrels

Recently, I ran across a fantastic article from training John Farnum on his perspective on the use of aftermarket drop-in barrels on Glock handguns (can be found here). In general, I agree with much of what he has said, but I think its a little too much blanket advice with not enough information. *Author’s disclosure … Read More … The post A Rebuttal to John Farnum on Aftermarket Glock Barrels appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

Loose AR Receivers? JP Enterprises Fixed Them with MicroFit Pins

To me, the only major and glaring design issue behind the AR-15 and similar two-receiver designs is the interface between the two receivers. By using only two pins and having variable tolerance between them for mass-manufacturing inevitably leads to excessive slop. This is compounded by the choices in materials as steel rubs on aluminum receivers … Read More … The post Loose AR Receivers? JP Enterprises Fixed Them with MicroFit Pins appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

A Rebuttal to John Farnum on Aftermarket Glock Barrels

Recently, I ran across a fantastic article from training John Farnum on his perspective on the use of aftermarket drop-in barrels on Glock handguns (can be found here). In general, I agree with much of what he has said, but I think its a little too much blanket advice with not enough information. *Author’s disclosure … Read More … The post A Rebuttal to John Farnum on Aftermarket Glock Barrels appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

Loose AR Receivers? JP Enterprises Fixed Them with MicroFit Pins

To me, the only major and glaring design issue behind the AR-15 and similar two-receiver designs is the interface between the two receivers. By using only two pins and having variable tolerance between them for mass-manufacturing inevitably leads to excessive slop. This is compounded by the choices in materials as steel rubs on aluminum receivers … Read More … The post Loose AR Receivers? JP Enterprises Fixed Them with MicroFit Pins appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

A Rebuttal to John Farnum on Aftermarket Glock Barrels

Recently, I ran across a fantastic article from training John Farnum on his perspective on the use of aftermarket drop-in barrels on Glock handguns (can be found here). In general, I agree with much of what he has said, but I think its a little too much blanket advice with not enough information. *Author’s disclosure … Read More … The post A Rebuttal to John Farnum on Aftermarket Glock Barrels appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

Loose AR Receivers? JP Enterprises Fixed Them with MicroFit Pins

To me, the only major and glaring design issue behind the AR-15 and similar two-receiver designs is the interface between the two receivers. By using only two pins and having variable tolerance between them for mass-manufacturing inevitably leads to excessive slop. This is compounded by the choices in materials as steel rubs on aluminum receivers … Read More … The post Loose AR Receivers? JP Enterprises Fixed Them with MicroFit Pins appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

A Rebuttal to John Farnum on Aftermarket Glock Barrels

Recently, I ran across a fantastic article from training John Farnum on his perspective on the use of aftermarket drop-in barrels on Glock handguns (can be found here). In general, I agree with much of what he has said, but I think its a little too much blanket advice with not enough information. *Author’s disclosure … Read More … The post A Rebuttal to John Farnum on Aftermarket Glock Barrels appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

Loose AR Receivers? JP Enterprises Fixed Them with MicroFit Pins

To me, the only major and glaring design issue behind the AR-15 and similar two-receiver designs is the interface between the two receivers. By using only two pins and having variable tolerance between them for mass-manufacturing inevitably leads to excessive slop. This is compounded by the choices in materials as steel rubs on aluminum receivers … Read More … The post Loose AR Receivers? JP Enterprises Fixed Them with MicroFit Pins appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

A Rebuttal to John Farnum on Aftermarket Glock Barrels

Recently, I ran across a fantastic article from training John Farnum on his perspective on the use of aftermarket drop-in barrels on Glock handguns (can be found here). In general, I agree with much of what he has said, but I think its a little too much blanket advice with not enough information. *Author’s disclosure … Read More … The post A Rebuttal to John Farnum on Aftermarket Glock Barrels appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

Loose AR Receivers? JP Enterprises Fixed Them with MicroFit Pins

To me, the only major and glaring design issue behind the AR-15 and similar two-receiver designs is the interface between the two receivers. By using only two pins and having variable tolerance between them for mass-manufacturing inevitably leads to excessive slop. This is compounded by the choices in materials as steel rubs on aluminum receivers … Read More … The post Loose AR Receivers? JP Enterprises Fixed Them with MicroFit Pins appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

A Rebuttal to John Farnum on Aftermarket Glock Barrels

Recently, I ran across a fantastic article from training John Farnum on his perspective on the use of aftermarket drop-in barrels on Glock handguns (can be found here). In general, I agree with much of what he has said, but I think its a little too much blanket advice with not enough information. *Author’s disclosure … Read More … The post A Rebuttal to John Farnum on Aftermarket Glock Barrels appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

Loose AR Receivers? JP Enterprises Fixed Them with MicroFit Pins

To me, the only major and glaring design issue behind the AR-15 and similar two-receiver designs is the interface between the two receivers. By using only two pins and having variable tolerance between them for mass-manufacturing inevitably leads to excessive slop. This is compounded by the choices in materials as steel rubs on aluminum receivers … Read More … The post Loose AR Receivers? JP Enterprises Fixed Them with MicroFit Pins appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

A Rebuttal to John Farnum on Aftermarket Glock Barrels

Recently, I ran across a fantastic article from training John Farnum on his perspective on the use of aftermarket drop-in barrels on Glock handguns (can be found here). In general, I agree with much of what he has said, but I think its a little too much blanket advice with not enough information. *Author’s disclosure … Read More … The post A Rebuttal to John Farnum on Aftermarket Glock Barrels appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

Loose AR Receivers? JP Enterprises Fixed Them with MicroFit Pins

To me, the only major and glaring design issue behind the AR-15 and similar two-receiver designs is the interface between the two receivers. By using only two pins and having variable tolerance between them for mass-manufacturing inevitably leads to excessive slop. This is compounded by the choices in materials as steel rubs on aluminum receivers … Read More … The post Loose AR Receivers? JP Enterprises Fixed Them with MicroFit Pins appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

A Rebuttal to John Farnum on Aftermarket Glock Barrels

Recently, I ran across a fantastic article from training John Farnum on his perspective on the use of aftermarket drop-in barrels on Glock handguns (can be found here). In general, I agree with much of what he has said, but I think its a little too much blanket advice with not enough information. *Author’s disclosure … Read More … The post A Rebuttal to John Farnum on Aftermarket Glock Barrels appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

Loose AR Receivers? JP Enterprises Fixed Them with MicroFit Pins

To me, the only major and glaring design issue behind the AR-15 and similar two-receiver designs is the interface between the two receivers. By using only two pins and having variable tolerance between them for mass-manufacturing inevitably leads to excessive slop. This is compounded by the choices in materials as steel rubs on aluminum receivers … Read More … The post Loose AR Receivers? JP Enterprises Fixed Them with MicroFit Pins appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

A Rebuttal to John Farnum on Aftermarket Glock Barrels

Recently, I ran across a fantastic article from training John Farnum on his perspective on the use of aftermarket drop-in barrels on Glock handguns (can be found here). In general, I agree with much of what he has said, but I think its a little too much blanket advice with not enough information. *Author’s disclosure … Read More … The post A Rebuttal to John Farnum on Aftermarket Glock Barrels appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

A Rebuttal to John Farnum on Aftermarket Glock Barrels

Recently, I ran across a fantastic article from training John Farnum on his perspective on the use of aftermarket drop-in barrels on Glock handguns (can be found here). In general, I agree with much of what he has said, but I think its a little too much blanket advice with not enough information. *Author’s disclosure … Read More … The post A Rebuttal to John Farnum on Aftermarket Glock Barrels appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

Loose AR Receivers? JP Enterprises Fixed Them with MicroFit Pins

To me, the only major and glaring design issue behind the AR-15 and similar two-receiver designs is the interface between the two receivers. By using only two pins and having variable tolerance between them for mass-manufacturing inevitably leads to excessive slop. This is compounded by the choices in materials as steel rubs on aluminum receivers … Read More … The post Loose AR Receivers? JP Enterprises Fixed Them with MicroFit Pins appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

A Rebuttal to John Farnum on Aftermarket Glock Barrels

Recently, I ran across a fantastic article from training John Farnum on his perspective on the use of aftermarket drop-in barrels on Glock handguns (can be found here). In general, I agree with much of what he has said, but I think its a little too much blanket advice with not enough information. *Author’s disclosure … Read More … The post A Rebuttal to John Farnum on Aftermarket Glock Barrels appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

Loose AR Receivers? JP Enterprises Fixed Them with MicroFit Pins

To me, the only major and glaring design issue behind the AR-15 and similar two-receiver designs is the interface between the two receivers. By using only two pins and having variable tolerance between them for mass-manufacturing inevitably leads to excessive slop. This is compounded by the choices in materials as steel rubs on aluminum receivers … Read More … The post Loose AR Receivers? JP Enterprises Fixed Them with MicroFit Pins appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

A Rebuttal to John Farnum on Aftermarket Glock Barrels

Recently, I ran across a fantastic article from training John Farnum on his perspective on the use of aftermarket drop-in barrels on Glock handguns (can be found here). In general, I agree with much of what he has said, but I think its a little too much blanket advice with not enough information. *Author’s disclosure … Read More … The post A Rebuttal to John Farnum on Aftermarket Glock Barrels appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

Loose AR Receivers? JP Enterprises Fixed Them with MicroFit Pins

To me, the only major and glaring design issue behind the AR-15 and similar two-receiver designs is the interface between the two receivers. By using only two pins and having variable tolerance between them for mass-manufacturing inevitably leads to excessive slop. This is compounded by the choices in materials as steel rubs on aluminum receivers … Read More … The post Loose AR Receivers? JP Enterprises Fixed Them with MicroFit Pins appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

A Rebuttal to John Farnum on Aftermarket Glock Barrels

Recently, I ran across a fantastic article from training John Farnum on his perspective on the use of aftermarket drop-in barrels on Glock handguns (can be found here). In general, I agree with much of what he has said, but I think its a little too much blanket advice with not enough information. *Author’s disclosure … Read More … The post A Rebuttal to John Farnum on Aftermarket Glock Barrels appeared first on The Firearm Blog.