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Just yesterday I was looking around a local gunshop and happened to have the opportunity to handle a Baer Premier II (which, of course, I took), and I noticed that there was quite a bit of movement of the grip safety, particularly side to side. I was kind of weirded out by this, especially because the gun was brand new. Is anyone else's Baer like this? Mine aren't, but is this a common 'problem' with Baer's guns? Come to think of it, is this even a real problem?
 

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No. It's not a "problem", but is a rarity for Baers, since they reflect the tightest tolerances in the industry. You ought to be able to slip a business card into either side of a grip safety of any gun, but not a credit card. Regardless, it would not effect the function of the gun.
 
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Yeah, you could probably have slipped a credit card in. Good to know that it's a rarity, though. Thanks, Ping!
 

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Weird my post disappeared .. no not a problem but none of mine are like that and don't think i would be happy with one
 
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Yeah, I think that would be a bit dissatisfying, especially because tight fitting parts are what Baer is famous for.
 

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Weird my post disappeared .. no not a problem but none of mine are like that and don't think i would be happy with one
I am doing the Jedi mind trick, swirly hand thingy, on Bud, all the time.

Woopie! Now I can even make his posts disappear!
 

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Keep it up ping I might use my jedi powers to make you disappear :rofl:
 

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Keep it up ping I might use my jedi powers to make you disappear :rofl:
Wow! Talk about leaving yourself open... :eek:

Congrats on the swift kill there Bud. :biglaugh:
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It's not a problem on mine.
 
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