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It looks like he was clear behind so he wouldn't trip, and quick glances behind would show him that. I think the decision not to shoot was good for him and his family because it kept him out of the legal system, and the bad guy was prevented from doing further harm.
I did, however, figure out that a shift to 3:30 with a little more cant (is that the right word---the angle?) puts the butt right back up along my decreasing fat crease and is comfortable moving around and sitting and driving. I, too, enjoy my Crossbreed at 3:30 with good cant. Never been made, as ...
I like my Ram 2500 with Cummins, but with my last Lance camper and boat behind, I wished for a 1 ton dually, and the total load was less than 7000 lbs. Is the issue with being single rear wheel, or is it your gear ratio? ... So when you see a single rear wheel welding rig upside down in a ditch (I'...
I was thinking about looking at barely used 250's too. I don't tow more than about 7000 pounds, but why not make it an easy tow? I don't believe much I see in print, especially the tow ratings of pickup trucks. Maybe the rating is good at sea level on a straight and level road, but dangerous for cu...
Those who are not biased against a Christian cross on their holster choose the Crossbreed Supertuck. This is the original leather/plastic hybrid IWB and still the best. I've been using one for years and the all day comfort is amazing.
You'll get a better deal on a face-to-face sale off "INSERT YOUR STATE HERE GunTrader.Com". No paperwork. I always take a friend just in case to keep things on the level in the Walmart parking lot. Our police encourage sales in their parking lot as well. Who's gonna try to rip you off in ...
- Mon Sep 18, 2017 4:11 pm
- Forum: Scatterguns, Rifles & Non-carry Handguns
- Topic: Help me wiff my maff.
- Replies: 6
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Can't calculate deceleration without knowledge of the coefficient of friction of the projectile (size and shape). Considering the range, there's not much drop in trajectory in 1.2 seconds, the same drop as you would get dropping a baseball for 1.2 seconds, because earth's gravity is constant near th...
At 24 cents per round including shipping, that's a good price for NATO 9mm. However, I have never paid more than 20 cents for bulk 115 gr FMJ and I like it just fine for range ammo. An extra 4 cents per round really adds up with many thousands over the years.
- Wed May 03, 2017 10:21 pm
- Forum: Commercial Ammunition
- Topic: 9mm range ammo cheap at WalMart
- Replies: 0
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100 rounds per box for $20.44 including sales tax. Shelf price 18.97 per box. Federal brass case 115 grain FMJ. This is as cheap as I've seen FMJ even when I buy 1000 from internet, free shipping. My WalMart had many boxes on the shelf.
- Thu Apr 13, 2017 11:17 pm
- Forum: Carry Guns
- Topic: Glock standard for Preppers
- Replies: 4
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Nice setup, Matey. I've been shopping, but can't decide if the social disorder will get better or worse. How would you use an optic on that rifle?yankeejib wrote: Kel Tec Sub2000 folding rifle chambered in Glock 9mm and the normally goofy 33 round magazines
The first Sig I ever saw, about 1974, was made like a fine clock. Are they still made this way, so that they command twice the price of an M&P, or do you pay for the name?
When do you sleep? I cannot think you have any time to detail strip, as often as you shoot and size of your collection. Anyway, that's what children are for. I remove the slide, use Hoppes on the bore, spray the shit out of everything with WD40, blast it with compressed air, drop some oil or grease,...
Don't know about boresights, never trusted them. You must be tinkering with your daughter's new .243, and the picture looks like you can remove the bolt and look through the barrel. Why don't you eye-sight it? Because using a boresight will get him very close, so that when he sights it in the old f...
Don't know about boresights, never trusted them. You must be tinkering with your daughter's new .243, and the picture looks like you can remove the bolt and look through the barrel. Why don't you eye-sight it?
- Wed Nov 16, 2016 3:01 am
- Forum: Optics & Sights
- Topic: Price too good to be true?
- Replies: 4
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It's a good instrument, but I use an ACOG 5.5x50 on my 20" .308-AR. This .308 has the range to need a more powerful optic. I use an EOtech 512 on my 16" .308-AR for shorter range and to keep this lighter rifle as light as possible. Neither are for "hunting". If the seller can sho...
I once bid on a GB no reserve gun, and just when I was about to win at a super bargain price the auction was withdrawn. Gone. The seller was a conveniently local store, not a chain store, where the item was on the shelf at retail. I never entered that store again. They have since vanished.
9mm rifle Just bought another .308-AR (in anticipation of drastic price increases), and have lots of ammo. Got home guns and carry guns. Thinking about a 9mm rifle, small and light, for SHTF, but don't like the current prices/reliability/accuracy/form factor/etc. Can anyone suggest a particular mode...
Very visually appealing, it appears to be a single stack CC candidate. I looked up the specs, and I suppose 40 ounces plus cartridges, and probably 1.3" thick, is OK for Montana, but not for me in urban and suburban places. But I do like my S&W 3914 9mm for carry, I guess the baby brother o...