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    Midnight Rider

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    Instructions on the barrel wrench...

    I picked up a new Midwest Industries rail. I like these and have had another or two. I'm impressed how they keep learning and adjusting their product to benefit the customer.

    Couldn't help but notice the printing on the barrel wrench in the package. Smart!

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    Done, done, and Iím on to the next one...
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    Plinker

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    Thatís awesome. I recently bought a set of Vortex rings and they too had the ring and rail clamp load printed on the rings. Some will think itís tacky but I think itís a great thing to have as an assurance.

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    Grandmaster Hookeye's Avatar

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    I like it when the muzzle has the fine print to not stick in mouth

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    Expert russc2542's Avatar

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    every direction or warning you see like that is a mistake someone made and a complaint to customer service.

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    Plinker spencer5650's Avatar

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    Reminds me of the postal vehicles that used to have the tire pressure on the fenders above the wheel.

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    Expert

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    I'm all butt chapped, these guys are assuming I can read...
    I'd give my right arm to be ambidextrous...

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    Expert russc2542's Avatar

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    Quote Originally Posted by spencer5650 View Post
    Reminds me of the postal vehicles that used to have the tire pressure on the fenders above the wheel.
    They don't still? maybe they just decided to not let anyone but the mechanics bother checking. I see the labels on all sorts of commercial vehicles.


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