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Still looking at the beige and the olive Harringtons. I owned one of the earlier pattern JtG Harringtons and liked it, except for the rough lining and the cut (too short, too loose around the waist and arms). Would welcome any input on the new cut and the fabric weight. Also wondering about the colour of the beige - I'd really like a darker, more khaki, look rather than the pale Ben Sherman stone harrington look.
Is the fabric on the olive raglan harrington different to the older jackets you were selling? Is it the same rough tartan lining? Thanks.
Not terribly authentic and probably fits like most of their stuff - loose for active wear.Orvis also do a blue and stone coloured Harry that looks nice - but would probably fit like a 90s G9.I'm looking for a slim fitting mid/dark tan to khaki version, preferably under $100. I already have a FP maroon and Merc blue and sold my JtG Harrington.
Has anyone seen the Dockers harrington? It looks nice on the Amazon pics, but I'd be worried about fit and lining. Baracuta closed their on-line store, Mercs have doubled in price. Options are getting slim!
If we are calling all semi-auto rifles 'assault weapons', can we designate all swimming pools as 'drowning pits'?
Because it looks scary?
Or an issue bayonet to use as a tentpeg or TP roll holder and a pocket knife you stole from some Engineering Corp sapper.
Well, you get the best of both worlds with a removable box magazine - you can often reload the mag with stripper clips through the receiver or insert a fresh mag, if you have one loaded. Most trained soldiers in WW1 could reload their SMLE rifles as fast with clips as by changing the 10rd mags. If you could engineer a reliable 40rd en-block clip I think you'd make some good sales.
Because of the lighter recoil.A more fair comparison would be rate of fire from an M14 and a Garand, no?
I really hate the way the debate has been framed with this term 'Hi Capacity Magazines' arbitrarily set at the number 10. The term implies that anything over ten is some evil after-market addition and not the norm. I regularly shoot an FN GP35, which was designed in 1935 to hold a 13 round magazine. It seems to me a more correct phrasing would be a ban on standard capacity magazines.
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