We hope you had a hoppy Easter and are ready to spring into warm weather cooking mode! There’s nothing better than spending time outdoors with the sweet aroma of fresh cooked Ribs. Baseball season is also underway, so it's the perfect time to try out some chicken wing variations! We have Jamaican Jerk, Lemon Pepper, Fired-Up Wings and even a Whiskey Onion and Chicken Steak if wings aren't your thing. Bon appetit!
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My large has done that since day one. I've also had a firebox do that same thing and it was just replaced and it still made the noises the first time I cooked with it. It's definitely the bands or hinge. I have had mine apart a couple times for gasket replacement and adjusting the dome, used a torque wrench and all to tighten it back up. I think it's just the environment
I have a 938 Nightmare. Love the gun and a great shooter for it's size. Had a LC9 prior to it, keyword had. FME the smaller, lighter poly framed pistols are a little less accurate and when that was coupled with the mile long trigger pull on the LC9 I was better off just throwing it at the target. I had about 0 confidence in the gun. First trip to the range with the 938 I brought the LC9 with me and it was night and day difference in quality and accuracy. I am a bit biased though having several other sigs but once the temps drop and jeans come back out the 229 .40 goes back on the hip unless it's a business outing and I need a bit smaller piece to conceal and not spook the company. Also traveling quite a bit the 938 packs nicely and doesn't take up much space in the suitcase. I think the night sights are also the brightest I have ever seen. BTW I know a few cops too, actually lived with one for the first 18 years of my life and he happened to be on the firearms committee of a large metro department and certified armor for four or five different manufacturers. He didn't hesitate to pass along his wealth of knowledge