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  1. Two: 5.56 and 6.8. Wouldn’t be adverse to...

    Two:
    5.56 and 6.8. Wouldn’t be adverse to getting out of the 6.8.
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    You flexin’? Cause I feel like you might be...

    You flexin’? Cause I feel like you might be flexin’.
  3. #COVIDdistancelearning...

    #COVIDdistancelearning
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    If it’s primarily to carry it, I’d get a 2.5-3”...

    If it’s primarily to carry it, I’d get a 2.5-3” round butt Kframe with a bobbed hammer and go to town. All of them I’ve handled, fired, or owned have been fantastic. If you get a new one and the lock...
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    I got one a while back, and like the feel, but...

    I got one a while back, and like the feel, but lost the nut the grip screw threads into, haven’t replaced it yet, and didn’t have it long enough before I lost the nut to have done more than dry fire.
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    I’ve got Pachmayr Compacs on one of my Jframes....

    I’ve got Pachmayr Compacs on one of my Jframes. They really make for more of a handful of grip when compared to boot grips, with a nicely covered backstrap and increased trigger reach. I also have a...
  7. Thread: Lever Guns

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    Carried the Marlin 1894 while hiking/scouting...

    Carried the Marlin 1894 while hiking/scouting deer yesterday. I have never carried it anywhere except to and from the car to go shoot it since I bought it.

    Oh, my! What a pleasant little rifle...
  8. Only the Shield EZ are hammer fired, the other...

    Only the Shield EZ are hammer fired, the other ones are striker fired.
  9. Thread: Knife Lube

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    If you ever use the knife to cut food, I...

    If you ever use the knife to cut food, I recommend food grade mineral oil.
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    S&W had a drop safe design prior to that...

    S&W had a drop safe design prior to that unfortunate sailor’s death. It wasn’t good enough to keep that revolver from firing when dropped to the deck from the extended height (IIRC) it unfortunately...
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    My two learned on a Marlin 15YN. First one did...

    My two learned on a Marlin 15YN. First one did fine with the factory irons, second could barely understand the theory of them, let alone put it into practice. I put a nice little fixed 4x (Weaver?...
  12. Thread: 1st LAR Marine

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    Sorry to hear that. Prayers with his family.

    Sorry to hear that. Prayers with his family.
  13. That makes a lot more sense.

    That makes a lot more sense.
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    I don’t know where they were from originally, but...

    I don’t know where they were from originally, but I met them in deep rural east Texas.
  15. Are you sure? I had a Makarov for about ten...

    Are you sure? I had a Makarov for about ten years, and still have most of a box of 95gr XTPs and a set of dies. Factory Makarov pistols in the original chambering are about 9.3mm, or .363. The case...
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    I once knew a couple, grandparents when I met...

    I once knew a couple, grandparents when I met them, who delighted in informing people how many times they’d been married... to each other.

    They were on their third marriage to each other, but had...
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    LDS and Muslims deal with this all the time. ;)

    LDS and Muslims deal with this all the time. ;)
  18. One reason I got a Ruger Single Six convertible...

    One reason I got a Ruger Single Six convertible is the ability to run any .22 rimfire through it. I think i have 4 .22 rifles as well, but no other machine to shoot .22 WRF or WMR.

    And I have a...
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    Learn to lean into a hug, don’t hug someone like...

    Learn to lean into a hug, don’t hug someone like you’d like to get intimate with them. Keep both guns out of contact.

    Unless, of course, there’s some interest there. Then, you’ll have to be ready...
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    Backwards primers won’t light off a round....

    Backwards primers won’t light off a round. Doesn’t matter how many times you smack it with the DA.

    Still have that round. I’ve wondered from time to time what would have happened if it had popped...
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    IIRC, that’s an applied finish, not true case...

    IIRC, that’s an applied finish, not true case coloring. Not that case coloring won’t wear, but it should be a different kind of wear than an applied finish wearing off.
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    I have significantly curtailed my shooting of all...

    I have significantly curtailed my shooting of all types this year. When I do go, a .22 or reloads are the bulk to total of rounds expended, unless I am shooting a shotgun.

    There is a reason I...
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    Poll: Started reading this one and said, wow, that...

    Started reading this one and said, wow, that sounds great as long as you leave out the sprouts, or replace them with a vegetable like asparagus or broccoli or cauliflower or carrots.

    My wife has...
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    Poll: Hush your mouth! Real potatoes. Washed, not...

    Hush your mouth!

    Real potatoes. Washed, not peeled. Cubed, boiled. Drain the water. Mashing tool - mash and mix in: butter, cream or whole milk, garlic, green onion, salt, cheese, cilantro. Add...
  25. *cooing over cute baby pic* Odds are I will...

    *cooing over cute baby pic*

    Odds are I will never be a grandfather. *le sigh*
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