The non-adjustable GI ones only work with some blanks unless you drill it out. They have been known to fly off the weapon and become a projectile if the threads get worn. Pops is a friend of ours and his BFA is the best one made bar none. It looks the best, and is the safest one out there. The Danish ones are not allowed due to fact that they look like crap. Even though the Pops one is $100, you get what you pay for. He will replace any BFA that does not work right. I don't think anyone has ever returned one to him.
Post by trooperbleed on Jul 15, 2015 8:17:17 GMT -8
I finally got my pops, just need to get it to the range and determine the proper aperture. I have a couple hundred 1909 blanks available. any recommendation on which aperture to start with or should I contact Pops for aperture blanks? any recommendation on ammo type? thank for the advice.
Post by trooperbleed on Jul 15, 2015 13:11:31 GMT -8
I was just curious if there is much pressure difference from the 1909 red tip blanks from the movie blanks that Pops says the BFA is intended to be used with. if they are similar in pressure, then I understand that you start large and work your way down.