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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 t...
This post did make me unload, which is rare, and just see what was my natural motion. I find that I over hand when the goal is simply to get one in the chamber, which is rare, because there's always one in the chamber, but I underhand with the gun upside down when I want to catch the round in the ch...
- Fri Feb 02, 2018 10:32 pm
- Forum: Carry Guns
- Topic: MORE problems for the Army's Sig 320
- Replies: 6
- Views: 170
Ohio9 wrote:The sad thing is, after all their rigorous tests and trials, the army probably would have gotten better results by just sending some private into a gun store and having him ask "what's the best handgun you have"?
Probably good have gotten a better deal too on 200K units.
- Fri Jan 19, 2018 6:53 am
- Forum: Defensive Incidents
- Topic: Good shooting, lousy tactics
- Replies: 7
- Views: 212
No FTF's or FTE's. Yep, if it wasn't for those damn heavy double action triggers, I'd be happy to carry a revolver myself. Really after 120 years, you'd think someone would be able to make a DA revolver with a trigger that isn't horrible. Cocking the hammer on draw becomes second nature. My S&W...
Hand and Steel wrote:Loaded backwards into a magazine would be my guess.
I just tried it and it's possible. I've loaded 9mm into .40's before. They don't go very far. But never backwards. You have to wiggle it to get the rim past the mag lip.
- Fri Dec 22, 2017 5:24 pm
- Forum: Defensive Incidents
- Topic: The importance of practicing one-handed shooting
- Replies: 2
- Views: 175
Wild Dog wrote:I practice everyday, and am just as deadly with either hand.
My off hand is simply terrible and so is my point shooting. I always try to position myself to blade with my left shoulder forward to take any hits on my off-side and preserve my strong side accuracy. But that's just me.
I picked up a 1X Red Dot sight from a friend who didn't need it. I put it on one of my AR's to try it out. It seems very low and not very comfortable to sight. In fact, so low it's below the front blade. I guess I need a riser? Should I try to space it so it taps the top of the front blade or get ab...
- Fri Dec 15, 2017 4:50 pm
- Forum: Structural Security
- Topic: They Tried to Kick My Door Down
- Replies: 19
- Views: 2101
One time some punks broke into my home. Luckily for them i was away at the time. Let’s just say someone made them disappear off the earth, soon thereafter *wink wink* In case you've been wondering why no one responded to your dumbshit post (which it is, what grade are you in *wink wink*?), make no ...
Yeah, noobs see 361 or 134 posts and don't realize there's a decade of discussion behind it. Dammit. I miss the archives. Yup, we had a lot of great threads over the years. I owe a lot to about 15 folks here (some not with us anymore) who took their time to educate me over the last 10 years. Thanks...
Sorry, not many gecko45 types around here. I'm not some tough guy wannabe, I'm a professional armored courrier. So I don't appreciate the snark. So am I, and know of zero companies that allow backup weapons. Also every qualification for armed courriers is laughable at best. I’m also an Iraq and Afg...
No insights from warriors? How disappointing. There's your snark. You asked for it. Now, thick skins and forgiveness reign her so...ummm...get over it, no offense. I owe a lot to about 15 folks here (some not with us anymore) who took their time to educate me over the last 10 years. I believe the a...
samuelrp wrote:I've got that same gun and holster, but I wear mine in the woods. The wildlife doesn't mind.
686+ 7 shot. It's the first "non-carry" pistol I ever bought. So sweet. Nicest trigger. Hand rifle.
I rarely open carry, but I'm not opposed to it either. It may create social awkwardness, but that's not my problem and that's not my reason for concealed carry. I carry concealed to maintain an advantage. My Glock is the ace up my sleeve that you won't know about until I feel threatened. I do suppo...
So I've been OCíng since Friday here for the first time in western NC. No big deal. Nobody has said anything, nobody seems to stare, nobody cares. My wife took some photos of us out and about and posted them, and I can't believe the social media grief I've been dealt. You know the standard dumb shit...
I agree with Nate. The .38 rounds in a .357 frame feels like squibs, but still retain the required ballistics. Feel free to blabber away about your situation and don't be afraid to ask for assistance if you need it. This group never ceases to amaze me.
- Fri Nov 10, 2017 1:46 am
- Forum: Lighter Side
- Topic: Some things just get better with time
- Replies: 8
- Views: 322
If you ever get the chance, buy "Kung Faux". There's only 8 episodes on DVD. Old Japanese martial arts movies condensed to 30 minutes. The fight scenes are "Batman-ized" with dialogue balloons (pow, blam, etc.), a newsman narrator, and the voice overs are all NY hip-hop artists s...
- Fri Oct 06, 2017 5:21 am
- Forum: Scatterguns, Rifles & Non-carry Handguns
- Topic: Bye bye Bump-Fire
- Replies: 5
- Views: 472
I'd rather have a deranged lunatic shooting at me from 300 yards with a bump stock AR-15 than a blind drunk hunter with a Tasco scoped 30.06 mistaking me for a deer.