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Our routes this year will travel over exclusively gravel roads in the Tillamook State Forest with two days worth of great riding available with short, medium and long routes available each day.  Riders will get the opportunity to see portions of the Pacific Railway/Port of Tillamook Bay Railroad that is slated for conversion into the Salmonberry Trail – which, when complete, will allow travel from the Western Portland suburbs all the way to the coast on a motor vehicle free multi-use trail.  The working forest roads of Tillamook State Forest  afford an opportunity to experience all that gravel riding has to offer: stunning vistas, challenging climbs, and low, low traffic on the roads.  After the riding comes all the fun you can handle in camp with the amenities for which Cycle Oregon’s events are known.

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I recently acquired my second 1911, a COLT series 80 1991A1 (manu 1995) w the large roll mark on the left side. This sidearm is very clean and appears to have been shot very little. Having minimal experience and a sample set of one 1911 in which I have any serious #s of rounds downrage with, I do not have much experience in setting up or fitting parts. My question is this. After having completed the extractor test of 16 rounds my results were as follows: 8 rounds fired with both hands all 8 hulls were ejected to roughly 3-5 o’clock to my right side. 7 out of 8 rounds fired one handed flipped straight up into the air over shooters head headed in the 6 o’clock direction. The extractor will hold a loaded round snug against breechface in any orientation. Do I need to replace the OEM extractor or tension it a bit more???

So the final question is this… Did Azub find the Holy Grail? Is this the “true folder” we’ve been looking for? The recumbent equivalent of a Brompton? Yes and no. It does fold and unfold quickly and easily enough to do it multiple times a day, but it’s nowhere near as fast as most small upright folders. The final package isn’t as small as a mainstream folding bike either, but achieving that with a recumbent is just about impossible. The weight is a bit of an obstacle when carrying the bike in and out of buildings but I’d hardly call it a deal breaker.

Test p only cycle

test p only cycle

I recently acquired my second 1911, a COLT series 80 1991A1 (manu 1995) w the large roll mark on the left side. This sidearm is very clean and appears to have been shot very little. Having minimal experience and a sample set of one 1911 in which I have any serious #s of rounds downrage with, I do not have much experience in setting up or fitting parts. My question is this. After having completed the extractor test of 16 rounds my results were as follows: 8 rounds fired with both hands all 8 hulls were ejected to roughly 3-5 o’clock to my right side. 7 out of 8 rounds fired one handed flipped straight up into the air over shooters head headed in the 6 o’clock direction. The extractor will hold a loaded round snug against breechface in any orientation. Do I need to replace the OEM extractor or tension it a bit more???

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