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"tim knee" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

05:08 min | Last month

"tim knee" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"And if we can get to the tree fast enough We have a pretty good shot of being able to set him up. Right Bond this world their binoculars. Then there's nothing like seeing that squirrel top material and get the kid lined up and Taste them. You know exactly where to hit the shot. Squirrel heads facing up. You get all the time in the world, the head spacing down. You better hurry up. He's fixing the run. I promise you that I talked about this past. You know, I've been a lifelong square hunter. But I'm also lifelong, You know deer hunter and elk hunter and that kind of stuff, But I swear, I think Lauren, how to shoot a 22 rifle at a small target. I just think it makes you a better marks than I mean. No, absolutely. It's the same thing and you've got hit a small target with a little bullet. And you've got to do it right. You gotta press the trigger. You got it, but also You learn to anticipate movement and what you look at what the animals doing And you're working within that framework, you become part of the whole, uh, the environment out there. I mean, I know you love hunting, You know, deer and elk and everything else, But yeah, that's a not only is a great way to start out. But I think a lot of adults kind of think. Well, that's what kids do, and they're missing out on the fun of hunting squirrels. Okay. It makes you really words wise, and I'll tell you after, you know, an afternoon hunting squirrels. I mean, I can even see now the people that don't do a whole lot of screw hunting. They're starting to look for the oak trees where the squirrels were at our You've had an M early. You know if they're Red Oaks hit and most the masters in those Red oaks and all the critters around those Reddick trees, it doesn't take a kid or a young person or novice to realize that We probably don't need to be walking into ponds. If we want to go school. We probably need to go find those rats right out out. Oh, they learned how to be would wise and learned a lot about biology of the animal. And just the words you know. I was going to say, By the way, Congratulations. I mean, you guys just hit 75 years for Tim knee. That's a big deal. Fantastic. I mean, just an old iconic brand that's more relevant today than it was when we started. I mean, you have to think about it. We started Alan Timmy was making The boat gun triggers for folks who came back from if you know your American history, you know, we just want to war and they had a lot of people add their service rifle balance with you. They wanted to go deer hunting and they knew Was the first things they made to do was become more accurate with that thing with that rifle, so they wanted to trigger and that was 1946. And then of course you you fast forward to today and triggers are invoked. Now more than they ever been, you know. I've been with Timmy, I think this is my 17th year and losing track a little bit of time as I get older, but when I first started, you know there wasn't that many folks and I'm not contributed this to me. I'm just saying there wasn't that many folks talking about cherry respect, right? Every gun came with Juan. Most guns had a decent trigger in it. Um, you know, I heard a lot of people say, Ellison. Anybody going to write about treasures? Every gun comes with one and you're going to ask him to replace it, Uh, just between us and entire floats, all boats industry kind of Affected cheers up a little bit and triggers now are like I said, are more involved than they ever had been. And for us, That's fantastic because we get to listen to customer. They give us a platform and say, Can you make a trigger for it? And we're like, feels like a tympani. And it's easy to install and he's doing just will make you on if not sorry, folks, but It's um it's sure I was helping a 12 year old out the range yesterday morning. We get them all set up for, uh, trying to get his first deer shooting and they are and I'm down there with him. He's shooting sitting position. I'm down there coaching through and I'm watching the trigger. We finally got him shooting pretty well. But I'm watching in the Turkish growing creep, creep, creep, creep bank and digging. I think we're going to have to make a little replacement here because it's got just a standard A are trigger and we've got to put one of yours in there, so you'll be getting a call her shortly, man. I'll be born. Happy to help you got Yeah, up down you not only does it make a difference for seasoned hunter and makes you more active that rival, but it can make all the difference. I mean, you think about it If you want to hit the same spot twice the triggers gotta break the same way twice. I know that's really large. But that's just the way it girl and there's nothing more frustrating when, when the novice of the kid or whatever they're doing everything right. You know they got perfect. Aimed. They got they know exactly where that cross. There is the controlling the breathing. They know exactly. They're doing exactly right. But they just kept manipulate that trigger to go buying the same way twice and I'm like Man it to me. That gets me jacked up. Especially when you're talking about. You know, some of these deer rifles and 22 rifles that are really good for anybody, but we can't get right right? Exactly right. And that's real hunting rifles are technically kids rifles. But for me, man, they are just fun to shoot. Absolutely. Just tell people it's Timmy's t. I am in ey, Timmy triggers and the websites Timmy triggers dot com You can look right there. You can check out all the.

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"tim knee" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

06:55 min | Last month

"tim knee" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"It is, of course, that time of year again, whether is getting just a little bit cooler. Started getting just a little here to fall someplace is actually more than that up here in the mountains. We hit uh 38 35 to 38 degrees the other morning, so The colors are starting to turn up here at elevation. So it's it's gorgeous. Which, of course, gets us thinking about hiding. Which, of course, gets us thinking about our gear. So I've been out deliberate shooting with some rifles and everything else and just having some fun. Anytime we start thinking about hunting and talking about hunting and gear, I was like two Chat with my buddy chrysalis from Timmy triggers because I figured it. Mr. Squirrel hunters probably already been out there. How you doing, Chris? Hey, Tom. How you doing, buddy? I'm good. She chasing the squirrels. Well, our season comes in here in West Virginia. I got about another week or so. But I've been out the farm. A lot of Yeah. This time of year. I put in a lot of food plots and take care of the land, take care of the critters and try to walk around and see what mass trees are going to hit early from my squirrels, and then See what the oak trees and Decorate beach. What? What's going to be the nut producers this year? So I've been I've been hard after. I can't I can't lie about. So what do you do with that information? You walk around you check out the area. And you find out what's coming in. Okay? That's interesting. But what do you do with that information as a hunter? The hunter That just tells me where to start. You know, squirrel season for me is in six months of the year and it's It's very unique from early season, the late season so early season. Can be a lot of early like apples and hickories and walnuts and early You know for a master key is where our concentrate on And as it gets later in the year, they'll switch over to and squirrels migrate. They moved constantly trying to find boot. One of my favorite things is, you know Deer Hunter's Bow Hunters Club Dominga. Man. These girls were driving me nuts, all all fall along and you need to bring your dog out of a squirrel. Well, if it's January, chances are those squirrels have already migrated to the food source. They're gone. Um So it's constantly looking for food and the best way to do it Be honest, with the quickest way to do it is take a good squirrel dog a trillion dog into the woods. They'll show you exactly where all the mask isn't all that. So that's one of my favorite priest. Preseason dear Scouting to is take mass World dog. It will show you where the game is pretty quick, you know, heads up a tree. You can guarantee there's a screw up or somewhere and chances are early season. There's more than one. So, uh, report. What are you shooting squirrels with your You're not a shotgun guy. Are you are using a rifle. If it's just me by myself, which biggest mark of the time it is. I'm a rifle guy. Yeah, you know, I'm a, uh, West Virginia Appalachian boy. You know, to me five shooting 22 BNL the place step all exactly where it needs to be so that you don't lose a lot of that. The made for the For the further refused game game. Eels to me is highly important. But if I have a partner with me, my son or neighbor, kid, or whatever a generally give them to 22, because that's a lot of fun. And then I'll take the shotgun just in case that squirrel decides he's had enough and try September He's trying to timber and get back to his whole or his nest. Uh, that's when I get pretty excited because I don't like to let those little rascals get away. To be honest with you. All right, and I'll see you got something brand new from Tim Nails looking where you've got a trigger for what I would call one of the better squirrel guns out there. The C C 457. Yeah, that was so we've been around 75 years listening to our customers. What trigger would they like for us to build next? And you know that we've done everything them automatic. Both guns. I mean, we started out of the bolt gun company 35 years ago, but We've moved of our customers have asked system automatic like 10, 20 twos and a ours and and we've done a few shotguns triggers and, uh, you know, well, thanks to you we launched earlier this year We lost a pistol trigger, but Yes. So when I was looking at the data, and we kept getting requests for this easy for 57, I'm thinking that's a fire and shooting rifle. So once our engineers got it up and needed a couple beta testers, they contacted me earlier this year, it scroll season was still in in Kentucky. Late late late season, which would be Early spring for most of us, right? Yeah, I'll grab that rifle and I'll take my dog and, you know, I'm working twist twist my arm and make me go do that. Yeah, I hear you. Yeah, I had to make sure that that gun after four or five days, you know, and that trigger really, really, maybe more accurate. And Baggaley, It's a lot of fun. Yeah, we We're going to launch that at the NRA show. Of course, you know, you and I are supposed to be sitting at the edge of rigger boot. That's right. Yeah, I look forward to that every year beating you at dinner ratio and easily car about a little time and watch the people go by, but We We lost that trigger, said Monday last week, so we lost. It's doing really, really well. Just check the members on it, and, uh, again, Our customers are pretty savvy about What trigger that they would like to replace or fire and they like become more accurate with, so it's a heck of a lot of fun to listen to your customers and then Make something that feels like a Tim knee. So it's funny when I saw that because I got a good buddy who's uh, a really good shot, and he loves to hunt squirrels with a C Z rifle bolt rifle with a suppressor on it. He just thinks that is like the best thing in the world and loved. He has actually a similar set up with a short stock and the youth gun to use when he's introducing kids to it again suppressed 22. In the CC platform, So I see where you're going here. Well, I mean, you think about it, That's a perfect that's a perfect anybody rifle. I mean, you don't have to worry about hearing protection. Want to worry about hearing loss or hurting music can step on a good squirrel hunt. There's a lot of shooting. Mm it especially if you've got a good dog, I mean, and that's why I like to take neighbor kids and kids that hadn't really been introduced a whole lot to the woods because, you know When I turn the dog loose, Chances are it's not going to be very long before that dogs market and if we can get to the tree fast enough We have a pretty good shot of being able to set him up right behind this world good pair of binoculars. Then there's nothing like seeing that squirrels atop a tree and and get the kid lined up and Teach them. You know exactly where to hit a little bit. Ideologies squirrel..

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"tim knee" Discussed on Gun Talk

Gun Talk

03:36 min | 2 months ago

"tim knee" Discussed on Gun Talk

"We're back with gary killingsworth gun. Talk media talking about gear gear. We're not talking about the hunt. We're talking about the gear. All right welcome in gun. Talk hunt crew. You guys are here with k j your host and we left off last week. We left off last week Talking about not drawing tags and the draw process especially right up there in oregon so we do not even really get to touch on hunting gear. So i brought our good buddy and family member of gun talk media gary killingsworth back in and we are talking here but i wanna take a moment and thank our sponsors. Who's this brought to you by. Guntalk hunt is brought to you by tetra. Hearing tim knee triggers the world's finest triggers hodgson. Obviously the gun powder people and remington ammunition with that being said. Welcome back gary. Thank you glad to be here so last week. We got into this this talk and we almost started to touch on it. And if you haven't go back and listen the last week show if you're interested in you know draw tags or a super secret. Oklahoma draw tag. That doesn't cost hardly anything to inner. But you could draw a once in a lifetime tag. I've already said too much. Go back and check it out But we almost started talking about gear. And i wanted to bring you into gear. Because we're on two opposite spectrums of of gear you're up in that You're up in the north west. Rain becomes a factor in you. Have you have like just weird weather patterns like you just have weird whereas go my stuff. That hunt is largely like. I can look ten days out and it's gonna be pretty dang close. So where do you wanna start. 'cause i've got a bunch of gear here lay down on the table and i've got backpack because i've got you know waterproof bags. I've got bino harnesses. I've got boots. Do you wanna start. Where do you wanna start the ground up ground up. We're gonna boost grounder and go so we're going to go boots on the ground. What are you looking for. I guess. I what are you running because i. I think that's where we begin. Then we go from there. Yeah you bet co honestly for me I'm i'm pretty brand loyal when it comes to. I mean year in general but definitely foot where you kind of find. Find something that I've been ryan downers I mean you can never go wrong with banners I have a pair that i've been wearing. I mean it's pretty simple in. They're not very expensive but They're pronghorns the i four hundred gram. i believe. You are running an insulated boot year round. Yeah you're year round. I mean there's days you know especially in september when it's still pretty hot kinda kinda regret it but You know the the thing is is you get used to you get used to wide and so i kind of got into to dana's i mean even like with work boots and stuff around the house excetera you.

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"tim knee" Discussed on Gun Talk

Gun Talk

01:43 min | 3 months ago

"tim knee" Discussed on Gun Talk

"Is an work and firearms. Because i'm like you. I'm kind of gear junkie. So any of the new stuff that he's not kind of gear. Junkie is a boozy gun. War is appropriate description of. I'll take take So try and keep up with you know all the neutrons all the new stuff. That's coming out and watch all that. Because i love it So went from that to you. Know what if. I can really do what i love. It's not gonna be like working at all so Applied to a ton of different places went on a ton of different interviews and wound up choosing a ob because mostly because of the people right. Yeah like i'm on a trip right now or a gun talk and I think that if you choose the firearms people are. I have never met anybody in the firearms industry. Where i'm like. This is not a good person. everybody is like salted. the earth would bend over backwards for you. Just really good people but I found that the people at american outdoor brands were. It was more than that it was. It was like a family. You guys have a good group. Let's say it's a good dynamic a good culture there. We have some great people on the team. The brand managers are awesome the marketing coordinated the man. You know executive team everybody is just. It's it's an awesome company. Hey gun talk. Nations brought to you by tim. Knee triggers timmy. Triggers is celebrating their seventy fifth anniversary this year with the introduction of the alpha competition series handgun trigger the first company. They never made a handgun before this one is designed for glocks glocks jin three gen four gen five models and it's easy.

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"tim knee" Discussed on Gun Talk

Gun Talk

08:07 min | 3 months ago

"tim knee" Discussed on Gun Talk

"Hey listen up this episode. You could win something. How about that. We got jack holler from crimson trace. And if you go over to one of our video channels youtube. Facebook roku wherever liked to watch our stuff and comment your enter to win. They're going to give away. One of those scopes. You talked about the four to sixteen by fifty brush. Line pro from crimson trace. Hey welcome into gun. Talk on this gun. Talk hunt is brought to you by tim. Knee triggers the world's finest triggers. Today on guntalk hunt. We have jack collar. Jack is with crimson trace and also happens to be a gun nut in one hunter which is perfect for this. Thanks ryan next. So jack you and i met I don't know a couple of years ago and when we met you were not working with crimson trace. You were actually on the gun media side of things. that's right. yeah. I jumped ship. I was associate editor. Guns enam magazine. You know superfund job. I i still miss it sometimes. Yeah like that. You know truly unique experiences that It was a wonderful place to work. but then you know. I saw what crimson was actually Event crimson trace held Showcasing the new products that was when we first met. I believe yeah. And that was also kind of when i saw a this is what comes. Traces we also have this opportunity and Sometimes you you know you just see an opportunity to take no regrets. That's working out. Great man so i just jump right into this. You grew up. And i think hunting because this is a hunting podcast hunting for a lot of people the way you become a hunter as you grow up in hunting you know. It's it's a little harder if all of a sudden when you're twenty years old you go. I think i'm gonna try hunting and then you have to learn. How does this work. Where do i go and all that stuff you grew up in it because your dad tell talk about that he was. Your dad was a wildlife biologist. So i was blessed and i couldn't agree. More is incredibly challenging just to decide one day. hey. I want to be hunter. But i was blessed. I grew up. My dad was the district wildlife biologist for the illinois. dnr For knox county henry warren county Kind of northern illinois there. Okay so you know if anybody could be called an expert on midwest. Gay management hunting You know things of that nature. It is my dad so truly fortunate. You know i gotta grow up. My favorite memories were We would go inspect up lines on the mississippi river and doubts okay. We're doing this. Let's take a day off school so he was acting as i guess we'd all caught a game warden. No no yeah so the district. There's you know your game wardens guy in your district wildlife biologists. His job had many many responsibilities but he his was you know his favorite part of the job was always. He would work with private landowners to develop plans to manage their their land for what they wanted to do that. Will you know he would go to a place and they'd say i want a lot of deer and he'd say okay. Do this this. and this. And you know he'd assists them in finding people that can help them do it or you know. He'd occasionally find them help. Find them grains or various you know. Plants trees things of that nature You know and so turkey what have you. He would get them set up in his role of working for the state in his exact so so a landowner could reach out to the state and go. Hey most states have programs. Like i'm sure a lot of people don't even think of that like hey we've got all these experts wildlife biologist. This is what you need to do with the habitat and planting crops. A little different but pretty much. Every state has a dnr or equivalent with wildlife biologists that can teach them how to maximize their lands. You know he always taught me growing up. We are stewards of the earth. And it's just something that clicked with me from a young age. It's something that you know. I think about a lot and But it's you can't expect people you know that don't grow up in it to know how to do it. And it's awesome to be able to find resources like my dad and his equivalence throughout the country to You know maximize your land to so that you know for the sake of growing habitat growing wildlife you know just we're stewards of the earth taking care of the earth You know there's a write in a wrong way to do it and You know and it's nothing wrong with wanting to maximize your land for what you wanna do. You know if you're a duck hunter and say like man. I really want ducks on my property. Okay we'll either. You have the lands. You can do it or you can kind of. Make some changes to to do that. Yeah make it attractive to the animal that you're going. I i heard. Recently somebody say that hunters and in particular like landowners because some people go. Well how do you say you care about the animals when you want to kill the animals you know the way to think about this is like farmers. Farmers raise cattle to kill the cattle. And they still love the cattle and appreciate the cattle and take care of the cattle. And it's very similar in that way whether it's ducks are deer turkeys. I mean we're hunters were conservationists and it's kind of it is kind of funny i guess for someone. Go wait a minute. You're planting all these food plots and you're trying to manage the habitat and the protein level and all these different things to to grow the deer or or attract the ducks or whatever in order for you to hunt them. You know my brother he puts so it's he puts it in the funniest way he says if we don't hunt them they'll die but it's so true you know you know if we don't hunt them they'll die and that's you know proper game. Management is the reason we have this massive deer population in illinois. When my dad grew up apparently like it. He tells me all these stories. I it was a big deal if you knew a guy who drew a tag for deer in illinois when he grew up like that was a big deal and now you know. They're almost like rats. There's so many of them you know like are everywhere and you know they're their population has exploded and the you know the. They're they're big deer. I mean big deer in illinois and that's thanks to proper game management and having an appropriate. You know hunting management will goes along with that and hunting. He always say like you know. The dnr is one of the few branches of government that almost pays for itself in that. You know all these animals are held in public trust. And so you buy a tag for the right to go take an animal and that costs money and that money goes back into these wildlife habitat management programs. You know we set. Land aside for public hughes. We make sure that the game you know the game is managed so you know illinois in particular dear. Don't have a natural predator so if we don't haunt them inevitably their population will just explode. That's gonna lead to disease. More of them are gonna get hit by cars. You know it's just if we don't hunt them they'll die and there are use cases or studies on this. If anybody's wondering. Just google kibe desert in arizona where they basically outlawed hunting. The deer ate themself out of house and home and it destroyed that areas deer population for a decade or more. Because because we didn't hunt them right and it's a great point and we see that across the world and the cool thing is the north american wildlife management model going other places one examples. Africa people go. I don't like the idea of you hunting. These beautiful animals. That i've seen national geographic mike if the animal does not have value and i mean like dollar value it's not worth anything to the natives who live there and then it's just a nuisance right. I mean when someone will come in and pay big bucks for a big five animal now. The the natives are like wait a minute. Yeah let's take care of these buffalo elephant giraffe whatever this is. there's incentive. yeah there's some dumb hunter guy in america that'll pay me fifty grand exactly. Yeah yeah absolutely You know..

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"tim knee" Discussed on Gun Talk

Gun Talk

01:44 min | 4 months ago

"tim knee" Discussed on Gun Talk

"Get and mentoring youth and new hunters all this on gun. Talk hunt talk. Nation is brought to you by pyramid. Air your number one resource for everything arrogance whether it's ammo arrogant pistols air rifles. Anything you need they got it. Yep even targets and they even have co two to keep you loaded but anyway visit pyramid aired dot com and enter code. Guntalk hunt all one word for ten dollars off any fifty dollars. Purchase plus free shipping with any purchase of one hundred and fifty dollars or more. Find your next hunting partner at pyramid air dot com all right. Welcome into gun. Talk hunt i am your host caja de and joining me with me as a man. That probably doesn't need introduction because he is so well known in the hunting woods but We'll give him an introduction here in a second. But thomas allen just hold steady. I'm going to do these. Little sponsor reads but Today's gun talk. Hunt is brought to you by remington. Ammo is back and remington is a big big influence in that arena. Thank you for being back. It's also brought you by etienne. You're basically own the night with atm. They're beautiful and they are the future of optics and tim. Knee triggers. yeah. I've got a lot of them and It improve your shooting greatly. So thank you. Tim knee triggers. All right thomas. Allen has been with us before He he dabbles in fishing side just so he can get through his hunting obsession..

"tim knee" Discussed on Gun Talk

Gun Talk

01:35 min | 4 months ago

"tim knee" Discussed on Gun Talk

"Visited been brutal hunt covered a kinda ground not cnn. They weren't where i thought they were going to be. And i was watching the weather. So i was like i gotta pull out of here. I went home but in my own bed and then there's gonna be a snowstorm all day. Tomorrow i bet there won't be a lot of people out and i'm betting that the l. gonna pour out into this prairie Out about laflin and it was just one of those perfect storm of when it happened just the way you want it to where you plan came together and i'm like oh my god they're coming out and workout out. Good i got to. I got to tonight bilk and see in that but but that there. There's a lot behind that because when you're you're hunting these parcels of land. That especially people trash talk secretly. They're like no one goes out there. Because that's that becomes a little honey whole like. I've been accused of that before and i've done it before. Like oh now. I don't have a lot of luck out there but you'll see me out there but it's awesome. It's awesome so anytime someone sits there and tells you for our listeners out there if you're watching this if someone says mad i i don't know why you're out there you might be onto something. Just go with your gut. And that's that's a lot of what you did and To do it hand three miles back. What was that like i. It was hard. It was hard but you know it was worth it. Gun talk on is also sponsored by tim. Knee triggers get ready for hunting season with remington..

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"tim knee" Discussed on KTOK

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01:39 min | 2 years ago

"tim knee" Discussed on KTOK

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"tim knee" Discussed on KTOK

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08:11 min | 2 years ago

"tim knee" Discussed on KTOK

"Door to my office and he stood can Mike million FOX tax free. I wanna talk to you. She said. Come back later. I said, I'm listening, Thomas Gresham's gun off right now. A woman at one, a no. Hey, welcome back, Tom Gresham here. It's Gun Talk. Our number's eight six six talk gun. This gives me the chance to use a cool word vicissitudes. Yeah. The vicissitudes of the weather, we have big storm come through knocked us completely out fried some gear while the smoke lake that we got smoke stuffed back in we're backup and we're still talking about guns goods. You can't make stop simple as that having fun. Let's say range reports coming in Ron sands one in says, let's see. So I have a question about ammo manufacturers using small pistol primers on forty five ammo since I reload the brass that I buy, there's no published low data for using small pistol primers. I've tried to call, but I keep having problems connecting with that'd be because we were off the air. Sorry about that. Ron. But I was able to read that in fact here you go. Let's talk to a guy that, that he was actually with us. When we lost our power Tim Brant for. Rouag. Norma rejoins us Tim. Ear fall. Did you do this to us? I'm glad everything's good. And you guys got some great technicians. I thought it was something I said. I just think all right. So who do we tick off? Well, actually, the list is long. So there you go. But no, we're, we're back. It's when you get those storms rolling through, and you get the lightning strike ego K. What can we put back together make it happen. We're good. We're good. Listen, we were talking about Rouag and a normal, people know, the Norman name guy's been around for more than one hundred years, make an amer-. I did have this question from Ron. I don't know if you know that or would have to go to one of your tech guys whose asked about some Emma makers, are using small pistol primers in their forty five cases in Mexico. Tough to reload. You know, I've got I, I would defer to the experts because I'll throw out the disclaimer that I am not an expert hand. Loader reloaded. Might mean small rifle drivers. Oh, okay. But and I should know this better and some of my. Really make fun of me for this. When you get a chance and I should know too, when you get a chance check with your tech people and just shoot me a note. So I can feed information out sometime in the future show. Okay. Yeah. We'll, we'll definitely respond. But I think it's small rifle okay? Very good. So. I always try and study right before. This whole live actual interaction thing. Always gets. Oh, I know. People send me these going don't know. And then I said, well, that's okay. I'll ask in, you know, it's I'm so used to not knowing the answers, sometimes you you'll love this Tim people will actually, call me and they won't ask me the question they'll say, Tom, could you ask, if anybody knows the answer to this one? Well, thanks a lot. You didn't even give me a chance man. That's all right. For a minute here. You guys make rifle MO in different kinds you making hanging him now. You don't make shotgun. All right. Under the normal brand. That sounds not right now. Start rumors. Right here on the Sunday. But Norma is a is a complete line of Senator fire and rim. Fire amunition. We added a few rim, fire, low here, which is pretty exciting seventeen and twenty two Meg Niles. So what do people need to know about Norma? Okay. There's we're like go to the store. There's all this animal shelter in an ammo for the most part, most of it's pretty darn good Norma's reputation through the years has always been like this is really good people who are kind of the, the really in the know folks. Is that why does have that reputation? Speaking about before that storm interrupted us you. You mentioned that started in nineteen. One thousand two and they've just always been experts at loading ammunition. Like we talked about that means that they make their own primers. They make their own brass. Powder. So they control all the aspects of it. And they, they make and load some amazing bullets but they're not afraid to load other people's bullets to get everyone you know, the best load. So if you're a PR person, you know, they'll load a bullet. Right. And they've gotten better great fantastic. BC's everything you want. And same with hunting. You know, they make a lot of great ones bond strike as a brand new bullet tip strikes echo strike a lot of great things. But you'll also see some of the bullets that you've come accustomed to hunting rounds loaded enormou- as well. Yeah. I mean, if you say, okay, I really like Hornets the bullets I'm looking here. You got V Mex bullets. You've got, you know, different brands of bullets as well as your own bullets in their basic, whatever it takes wherever people like you'll offered. Exactly. And, you know, where we're comes in, and where you get that advantage on the shelf that you're talking about, is that ability to blend the best and then factory loaded on a large enough scale to keep the American market happy, and that's one thing that Norma since we've been on board in the last two years is really focused on. And that's why we were able to talk with K J at shot show about our new defense. Line that monolithic hollow point. That's why we're able to talk about bond strike. That's why we're able to talk about the new rim. Fire products because norm is making a significant investment, and commitment to this market. Well, it's interesting point because I would guess I'm just guessing that Americans probably shoot 'em. Oh at a rate. That's many times a multiple of what for instance Europeans do. Yeah. On the, you know, the hunting side there are many more hunting opportunities in the US now the hunting market in Europe is very strong and very dynamic just laying here, a lot of differences lot of 'cause or calls for specialty special performance. Now, the European competition, circuit is pretty significant. And there's a lot of, you know, dedicated shooters over there, both professional and amateur that, that put a lot of rounds down range in demand for absolute consistency ignition every time same groups. And that's why you saw Norma come out with film nine millimeter hexagon envy. And those are products that are really precision nine millimeter products in that hexagon is four pistol match shooters, and that envious for pistol caliber carbine shooters, Tim, take a quick break here. We're trying to make up a little bit on that from the technical issues we had earlier. And if you would stay with us going to talk a little bit more geeky about some of this ammo out encourage people. Your age to go take a look right now. Norma dash ammunition dot com. Pick illegal, we're talking about. We're talking with Tim Brant from normal. We'll come back to this just a second. The number here is eight six six talk gun. I'm Tom Gresham. For more than seventy years, Tim knee triggers has been enhancing the shooter's experience. Whether it's a local competition a day at the range for even the hunt of a lifetime setting the standard in aftermarket triggers. Tim knee is now producing more than one hundred and seventy.

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10:12 min | 2 years ago

"tim knee" Discussed on Tourist

"Terrible. Right. Now, look window stinky's window. And you'll say stock. What works Tim knee. The travel. Look. Yes. Yeah. No. I know that. I've seen that millions of times just not registered. Let's go. The trae go. Just like that. We arriving Stockport home to fourteen nature reserves three hundred eighty list of buildings the blossoms you've failed in tests daily in the nineteenth century, the sensor of the case. Hide industry an industry the case Hattingh industry. I real problem saying Hotson with Matiz in Hatton hot throughout this nation. You will hear me being very Yorkshire in Matiz in how to how I'm gonna wear my out today. Say doesn't come naturally. Can't do it. Apologize and it runs. My northern. We traveled untrained Stockport from Manchester Piccadilly, the average Jerry takes about forty minutes. And you can also get here on regular trains from the south East, Midlands, Yorkshire and Wales and the city also has a huge booth and Cape station. Making stock Paul very well connected. Indeed. We leave the train station and star little walks out works, which is just six minutes away. Very often down again. Yeah, I'm sure I've tick I recognize this the outside of the train station with the help. They've taught his up last time. I was here. There was a bit more scaffolding over that. It took me about fifteen minutes to get out because I was looking on Google maps, and it was all over the place. She's venture into put down on how to gray after noon. I'm I've been here a lot in it must just be forgived. Should you travel so much as a comment that now that's a real thing of going to places and not going to places, which these I've been Optima doctor who convention in Los Angeles, not left the grounds of the hotel. I mean that quite concentrates those things I was doing a show in the show is our on. And I was there for about two days that combined with seeing people that I'm doing the show and having jet, but you do go. This is a long I'm as well have been in Wigan. I saw Los Angeles. We continue to work to how it works through Stockport. And I was thinking about Toby sit on the train about being a nervous travel and not having the bulls to go off the beaten track. If you're a bit of traveler, museums are really the chicken Cole of Torres destinations. Aren't they like it's not quite the homeland chips of the hotel room? But it's not quite the Vindaloo of an underground strip joint. How adventures on holiday on a scale of chip zero to have been delude ten tellers tweet leaves a Facebook message tourist podcast. It's the perfect thing for somebody that does have curiosity, but also isn't very good at finding very places to say. Well, at least I've done the museum staves off the guilt as well. So an all in compensate tick box commute. Commute. Not to the facts. I wish I was better at finding out about things. But at least at least I've had to go. It's it's like when you you buy some low fat beans, Wall Street, a frie- up you go. We'll I've sort of like knowledge. The fact I shouldn't really doing this. Exact. Yeah. We've we're all about. Any favorite museums? I mean, I've I'm a I'm a geek do grew museum the ultimately AM. So there's a whole museum. Probably my favorite. Holography tinny wall are used to do with my son quite off Ronald like the museum of science technology in Manchester because when your apparent with a child, you wanna do something that isn't sitting around that will distract them. Spree on that there is to do. I used to go there quite a lot. But also have special exhibitions that don't exhibition they ones which I'm pleased to say I was in for free because because the man the man on the dole recognized may various doctor who exploits. So I was given for free. It was there. Your time in front of my children. I've ever felt important now the place Toby's on about was cold the museum of science and industry. And if now cold they science and industry museum. But it's a top after new now in Manchester. He's got planes engines, computed Aiden. Let's talk to experts anywhere else. Like free free dinner. Sometimes people will buy me a drink. Yeah. It's it's changed my working life completely. But I wouldn't say it necessarily opens the doors to social situations. I remember once I just finished my gigs for the year. And there's always a relief when you've done that last Christmas gig, especially if you've escaped unscathed when I was just walking on the half splat, and it was snowing on a police car pulled. It was winter. I'd go long to scoff. And I who says I'm gonna wear don't who's go, and please Coppell them on this policeman. Excuse me. You immediately feel terribly guilty that oh, yeah. Cannot just rely on the doctor who DVD's. It would be prison. But I'd be it would still be a surprise if somebody sidled up to be in forbidden planet, but a police. Field on testing or left. I was very because somebody take the trouble to say something else. But also because I quite Spiga policeman was big who fencers. The fact that it was so surprising cooling run live at. Live at. Have you must anything collection as big as to amuse him though? This is interesting because I know proper collectors again, I sort of have that desire, but I don't have the meticulousness. And I think you have to commit either one way or the other, you know, so I know people who've got every single doctor who on you'll I haven't every single there's two or three Ray ones that are really expensive. So you go is it really worth spending hundred something just for it to sit on the shelf. But then be thrown away. What I don't know what to do with it. So I have some stuff I have a motion from quite semes- in the pit. I have more hardest is in my house is normal. This isn't a cusp until people come to my house ago. How many of you perfectly normal number house is like museum in a way because by the office disabled, and so we have a lift and one of her friends came to the Panadura always been to pimp it up a bit friends said. Looks just like this hour. No. So we pay to guy to turn the lift into a tandis, which is very generous. Because his if I didn't use it. Tiny. She's a loads of Jackie COMEX she's never thrown away that she's going to do the inside of with because I had a load of eagle COMEX ego. There's a kid on. I've tracked them from house to house to house to house because I know when I was younger the eagle from the old days who law money, you know, you look on EBay and one hundred zero five nine thousand nine then you go on I said, I said I didn't want to do because don't these away now. But I'll never look at them. And the first thing will happen when I die is the kids will throw the way she said, why don't you use them to decorate the covered under the says? Because then you'll using them. You know, chucking them actually the cupboard under the stairs looks fantastic because the wallpaper is genuine old covers for Migo Kobe's. You. If you like if I knew then I'm gonna have to leave them all to me was this is a shame to be taking these apartment breaking them. But they've been in boxes untouched for twenty years. But I still feel like giving books to ups from because the something wrong with getting rid of books. I'm very sentimental about throw things away slip into being behold massively. I I feel emotionally attached to plastic measuring joke that we had when we were growing up very stealth. And I get very sentimental. The fact people preserve things from the past ninety two. I've got I've got things that have broken. But I can't quite bring myself to throw away getting so much. Yeah. How like a Cooper until scrapbooks? Whereas like every ticket cinematheque K. Yeah. I've got boxes I've got empty scrapbooks boxes of stuff to go in the scrapbooks. And what when I've probably got a deadline for novel or something. But I I will do my scrapbooks. Exactly gone weird. We arrive at the museum right on the dead busy right through Stockport. Go that. I say we genuinely shocked to see the museums window display of hearts. Hunts wasn't expecting. Yeah. Some short films with people in the industry telling this seems skinny dos, which is just amazing. And in the entrance is really great looking museum gift shop full of hats and to the right is reception. Where the Lookie Feo net welcomes the ball. The ball on that Severi early days of industry. The pre industrial section and explain t- flows of goodness. What do give yourself a few house to get around? All.

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"tim knee" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"tim knee" Discussed on KTOK

"Let's go straight to the phones line four Scots with us. Hey, scott. Thanks for calling. Give you some information. We were listening earlier, and we heard, you know, everything's taking place in Oregon and in Washington to and unloaded located in lewiston, Idaho. Which is directly across the river from Oregon Washington, and this is possibly the biggest biggest gun town in the United States. I don't know if that's correct or not. But that's what they tell us. This is. In the United States. All right. My wife, and I we own quarter minute magnums, and we built high end custom rifles just a year. You know, twenty thirty year. We were appalled of how many of our customers were not in our members. And how we made a decision that we were no longer going to Sala rifle unless a person unless they weren't NRA member. And if they weren't we also offered to go ahead and buy them a membership. It was a hard decision to make at the time. We made it. Well, that was a year and a half ago, and it's continuing to be harder. It is cut our business by fifty percent. What happens? What happens when you tell somebody your policy? Do they say, well, I'm not going to pay the thirty five bucks or even not gonna let you buy me the membership. I'm just not going to become a member. Yes. And this is this is almost sickening. What they say is. I don't want my name on a list. Oh, yes. And I almost freak out when they said, I I almost can't stand it like what they don't have a driver's license. They're not registered to vote. Your name is on lists everywhere. And yet they do not want to join the IRA. And so we simply won't tell them a gun, and then it becomes a sticking point. And like I said it's hurt our business fifty percent. But we're gonna ride this out to the end during fetal either bankrupt us or it'll turn around. And I don't know what she was going to happen. But I just thought you might be interested in in that information. Do you have a website? Yes, we do quarter minute magnums quarter minute magnums dot com. I'm clicking on it right now. Okay. Here's the deal. Man. I like it. I like what you do you building rifles chambered for magnum's that actually shoot. Well, a lot of people say you can't get a a magnum rifle shoot. Well, obviously, you can if you know what you're doing you can build a good rifle. Absolutely. And part of that process has to you just stick with. Now the words just because you build a gun, you take it out, you shoot it. But you, but you wanted to Hugh quarter inch. Well, guess what you pull off that barrel. You throw it in the trash, can and you redo it. Yeah. I remember a conversation that dad had with Kenny Jarrett many years ago and dad wanted a seven millimeter Remington Meg air rifle. Of course can be bills. Great rifles are super accurate. Can you said why we can't get a seven MAG shoot? Well, that's that's what I want said. Okay. I'll try and he worked at he said. Well, what do you want to say? Well, I want to participate. Oh my gosh. We can't get participation sheet. Well. That's just not going to work when he's done. I mean, this thing is shooting about point three with one hundred sixty grain submillimeter Nassir partition bullets obviously with the accurate bullets. It's even better than that. So they absolutely will do it. All right. Let me get this out again. It's quarter minute magnums dot com. If you want a really good shooting magnum rifle go check these guys out, and we'll see if we can drive some business your way. In the meantime, I'm gonna make a dry from cascade up to see you guys at some point. We're going to chat. Okay. That would be absolutely excellent. We would love to meet you. Thanks got. Appreciate the costs. Are you take care? We're going to do we're going to bring in GM right now. There will probably have to go to a break quickly Berlanga bringing my my good friend and a really keen observer of the firearms industry as a whole and kind of the political process Jim shepherd from the shooting wire the outdoor wire and all the other wires he puts out. Hey, doing buddy. Doing fine. Good quarter minute. But. Well, I could shoot a corner edge. Just gotta get close. Now, I understand the difference between a quarter inch and a quarter minutes. It's all about where the distance is. I get that. Zac quarter minute. Yeah. I know I understand that. Did you did you happen to be able to listen in on the interview? I did with the bitch made guy. No, I was not you've been following this ranch. Yeah. Okay. You've been following this bench made story, you know, what I'd like to do to give us some time. Oh, we'll take a quick break here because I want to come back. And let's talk about what happens on the internet. How companies are responding and how they should respond. And this is from Jim Shepard. Who is a veteran of the mainstream media been there done that can help out. We'll be right back with more Gun Talk. For more than seventy years. Tim knee triggers has been enhancing the shooter's experience..

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01:31 min | 2 years ago

"tim knee" Discussed on KTOK

"Neil Anderson from Illinois. So good news. All right. Eight six six talk gun those of you own hall. We're going to get to you just a second. If if you were on hold and dropped out. Call us back. We'll get you back in your eight six six talk. For more than seventy years. Tim knee triggers has been enhancing the shooter's experience. Whether it's a local competition a day at the range for even the son of a lifetime setting the standard in aftermarket triggers. Tim knee is now producing more than one hundred and seventy models of triggers. For bolt action rifles, shotguns, a are rivals. N semiautomatic rifles. Proudly made in the USA since nineteen Forty-six. Find your new trigger at Tim knee, triggers dot com. One great deals on guns ammunition and gear download the free gun deleo app today with gun deleo. You can search for deals. Listen to the Gun Talk podcast watch gun videos. Read gun news and get notifications right to your phone about deals and special offers save money on the products, you want from the companies you love new deals. Discounts and rebates added daily gun deleo available for free in the app store and Google play. This land once wild and free fades now from our memory..

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"tim knee" Discussed on KTOK

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09:51 min | 2 years ago

"tim knee" Discussed on KTOK

"Welcome Tom Gresham's Gun Talk where there's more to talk about than shooting. There's reloaded and hunting and self defense. We have a good time round here. Tom gresham. It's Gun Talk. We're in the crimson trace booth here at the shot show two thousand nineteen Las Vegas Nevada with all of our friends. Because most of my friends are in this business joined right now by God known for an awful long time, Chris Ellis from Tim new triggered, man. Timothy triggers, you guys are just knocking out of the park. Great year for Timothy. Yeah. It really is. Where a bunch of new exciting things coming down the pike. You know, I'm a lifelong hunter. So did you get this year? That's like asking if you breathe a little bit. I did manage to shoot a few dear and a few deer elk stood still long enough to to meet he got unlucky up close and personal encounter with an elk. Good. Good. Good. Good in my favorite passionate world knows. I'm a scroll hunter with my dog so precision twenty two shooting with. People want us so much fun. Well, I grew up in and we're Appalachian everybody hits grown. So. Scroll down. Don't know who scroll lock does scrotum with his nosers eiser his ear were located squirrel running up a tree in. Do. You have to have a good pair Benach knockers to look squirrel in the league and everything else because it's usually early season. Most most eastern states come in September and rented a winner. But yet so you have to locate the squirrel then you have to have a fine shooting rifle is always addicted to shoot him in the head. Yes. So now, we're talking about fifty cent piece which you say about that size of fifty cent piece as well for the tree. And but the other thing is if you haven't seen squirrel dog work, you understand that they will actually work that squirrel to move around the tree absolutely your partner. So you're on this side of the squirrels on the other side. He's high. These are no side of the truck. He's make sure you can't see them. But he's also watching that dogs the dogs once got yet. And so the dog will go around the other side of the tree and squirrel goes around the tree trying to make sure the dog can't see him. Now. You can see right. Absolutely. Your dog a good dog will learn how to hunt with you as a partner, and you're exactly right about my dog knows knows how a hunt speed. I like to hunt knows how to locate. Squirrels and helped me to be successful. We take it for granted. Because we grew up with that. But a lot of people have never heard of it certainly never seen a good squirrel dog work. And when you got one that understands what's going on. It's. It's almost to the point where you kind of hate to even go out without your. Oh, yeah. I would never my son. I started hunting in a I love to hunt, but you're hunting with your son. And with dog the same way, you know, that dogs one of my best friends in the world hunting part when I'm going squirrel hunting. He's with me. And I'm not going to grow. He is a trading. Feisty mountain Feist. I've never even heard of that breed. Appalachian breed. You have to go back, Tennessee, it's more proper nouns some of some of the southern states, but Tennessee, West Virginia. Some in Virginia. It's just it's just the way I was raised. We always had a score. You know for folks who grew up doing that tourney to him in the head Hans growth in the shotgun is just go sh. There's. You're right when it's heavy timber heavily. You gotta do what you gotta do. This girl's. David you get. Yeah. But but the game the game is a fine shooting twenty two rifle and very very nice piece of optic. Very nice. By the way. You cannot have an accurate gun without having a good trigger which brings us right back home. Sugars, which is one of my first loves in this industry was Tim new triggers because we make you more accurate with your rifle. Oldest TIMMY been around since nineteen forty six really. Wow. Okay. Because you'll actually see some of the old sport arised rifles that post World War Two. They would take those particular bolt action, Springfield, Springfield. And you'll you'll see that's a conic brand. Like, Tim interesting. It shows like you, you meet people whose grandfather, my grandfather had a had a mouse. And he brought it back from the war and rice, put her as derive one and the same thing we're doing today. Right. So this this show, we deduce a new trigger called delete hunter. It's I seven hundred actions seven hundred action direction. Clones. And. I think of my math, correct? Remington came out about nine hundred sixty two with that rifle Bonex drive and we've accident making a replacement traders since about nineteen sixty five. So we've talked about this before it's interesting to make a product like a trigger. It has to replace something that people already have in their gun. Yeah. Yeah. And you kind of have to get over that hop up getting people to understand. Yes. I know you're gone came with the trigger. But trust me, you're going to be so happy you did this today in two thousand nine hundred eighty I mean triggers are talked about a lot. Especially on find shooting rifles and with the boat action move. But now right now, one of the first things people will tell you when they start to describe their rifle and all the things they'll tell you which triggered the head. Yeah. I got to shoot the trick. I did not realize I did we were out at range day the other day, dander defense and their delta five new brand new bolt action wiser comes from the factory with this particular triggered. That's correct. That's correct. They were looking for a very robust user-friendly trigger hunting chair, and they came right to Tim knee. And we were like you're right at home with us. We've got to set the standard for aftermarket triggers. When it comes to bolt action rifles in tobacco rifles Nerissa Steph. So is a nice little partnership tickled to death a beautiful rifle. Sweet right. It is the bulk action on so smooth. And I mean, they know how to make guns make really good and they make their own perils. And they're really accurate. And I mean, I dropped in. And you know, me I'm shooting left-handed on the right hand bolt. So I drop in I'm working at Bolton's. I mean, the trigger so nice. You do not even think about your quack. Thank you, Calvin took a look at at that are seven hundred trigger in two thousand nineteen modern machines things change, right technology medal, changes were the leader. And after marketers have been since nineteen forty six. So we had Calvin steam take a look at it. And with today's technology and the machines he had he built one heck of a trigger. It is the best hunter roommate today. No kidding. Yeah. That's a lock your hunter triggers. And for you to say this the best one you make that impresses me. Yeah. Well, again, technology we grow and change. And you can do more you got machinery, but. I've been to your place. I've been watching these people make triggers. And the s you got world-class machinery more than that. What you guys world class people? That's it because every single trigger that comes off the machine goes through. I still blows me away to this day, all the technology. We have all the robotic machines all the state of the art all the things you should have for modern manufacturing facility all bottles, neck, down to one person taking action putting a trigger near testing it to make sure it feels like and adjusting it if necessary so that when you get it it actually has been hand adjusted before it goes into that package, which when you take it out. It's right. Our testers take great pride in it. They take great pride in the triggers they test because they know it's going into someone tried full. Right. And then know someone wants to be extremely accurate with that. It's a practical thing, it's a great little company. I love just depress me that. I mean, you guys make a lot of triggers. I mean, a lot of sugars, and the the very idea that someone sits there and puts it on action and. Test it tries to trigger pull on every time is just impressive as all get out. Well, that's the best quality control. Because again, people know what a Tinley feels like. Well, if they want the same field the same as it didn't a granddaddies mouser say, we've got oriented at least the regenerator triple using Timmy's now. So they know what it feels like. So it's our job to listen to them. They say, hey, it's time for new hunting Turkey. Let's make it fill is. Thanks for let you go one is chances are if you've got a good rifle, there's probably a Tim available for guests. And the other is not tell TIMMY sure because that's how you guys. I mean, what's the process every year? We we asked people. What would you like for us to make next? I mean be creative if it's a BB gun trigger. I'd right here trigger people with a trigger authorities. So some great triggers have been built that right now. Eight seventy trigger fix a are a lot of the the bottom tier since two thousand four km one hundred percent from seventy same please build this and make it feel like a Tim knee. And you guys look at it. And go. Oh, yeah. We can do that yet Calvin and these teams down, and then we go through a huge beta testing with as many people as we could find and see if they like it. And if it breaks if it doesn't break, you know, just make sure that it's dead nuts. Timothy quality intimate right there at Arizona. Everything's USA. Pretty good. Chris. Thank you, man. Thank you. Absolutely. The company is TIMMY, TIMMY triggers. A website is Tim nature's dot com dot com. I'm pretty sure that there's a trigger available for what you're not a little note right there. Let us know what you want to see never. No. All right. Appreciate it. All right. Don't go far Gun Talk. I'll be right back from the shot. Yeah. For legendary.

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KTOK

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"tim knee" Discussed on KTOK

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"tim knee" Discussed on KTOK

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01:42 min | 3 years ago

"tim knee" Discussed on KTOK

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"tim knee" Discussed on KTOK

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01:40 min | 3 years ago

"tim knee" Discussed on KTOK

"Trigger guy said, absolutely? You saying that went back? We will send you trigger that you need in one week, Tom. From the time. I sent that trigger back I had to correct trigger. No hassles. And I'd probably put a thousand rounds on that trigger. Maybe more maybe two thousand rounds, but they replaced it hands down without hesitation and it works flawlessly. So I wanna put kudos out those guys man they stand behind their stuff. You know? I love hearing the story by but I'm so not surprised I've been to the plant. I've broken bread with the guys from Tim ni. Classiest bunch of people you'll ever meet and they're real gun, folks. And they want you to have the right thing, and they're innovative and everything else, and they make really good triggers in there. You know, they have a pride in what they do. They don't want you to have anything that has Tim knee on it. That's not working one hundred percent. And so that basically, that's what you experienced because they're thinking, oh my gosh. We can't have this out there. And you know, they just make it right? Well, you know, and I had I had no issue because the reason that I didn't consider the trigger sooner is because it was a chimney, and I've I've got a kidney and my eleven hundred Remington eleven hundred competition. Shotgun that I probably tens of thousands of rounds through never had a problem. So so the fact that it could be a trigger issue never even entered my mind. Interesting exhausted all other possibilities. Sure. It turned out the trigger wasn't malfunctioning. It was just the wrong trigger. That's right. Okay..

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