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  2. I have an extra 80% ar15 lower that i dont need. Im trying to buy a house, and I'd like to remove the temptation to cut it out an build it. No idea whats gonna happen with these in the future, might be regretting this (if i cant get them again in the future) Please make all contact through PM
  3. Don’t have another Glock but it does the same on an M&P. I actually took the battery cover off last night to inspect the latch mechanism. Unless I’m a complete idiot, there is no there way for it to latch properly. It all seems to be in order. I will say it’s perfectly stable and locked up solidly to the rail on both ends. It just looked off to me. I figured someone on here had this combo and may care to share a similar picture.
  4. It does not look correct, have you tried the light on another Glock pistol?
  5. I am sure it is like all indoor ranges, not allowed to use my reloads. I had heard it is in partnership with the Nashville armory, anyone know anything about this?
  6. Understand, but when searching, never point your weapon at something or someone you don’t intend to shoot. That’s exactly the problem with a WML for most unless you ‘bounce’ the light.
  7. I respectfully disagree. Rail mounted is where it's at. But, to each his own. For the record I have plenty of handhelds as well just not my first choice. I'm much more accurate, deliberate and consistent with a 2 handed grip. Might also want your support hand free for tasks like opening doors if necessary. My $0.02.
  8. Had a K40. Never really liked it. The trigger pull was loooooooong and it was just too snappy. Sold it to a lister for his FIL. Love the P365XL. An original Shield9 is not a bad pistol either for the price.
  9. Well we don't have a serious meme thread. But I thought this was too good not to post.
  10. Your best bet would be to pick up a frame from GB. $100 to $110 for stripped, up to $130's with a locking block. The frame parts are easy enough to source for $70 and only take a couple minutes to put it, so no need to overpay for a "complete" unless its a good deal. Current auctions seem just a bit higher than typical, so keep an eye out. Scanning real quick this seemed the best buy it now deal with locking block. But then there is the transfer and tics overhead not to mention tax. Unless you find a beater locally, probably not going to get a smokin deal on a complete used gun https://www.gunbroker.com/item/907057905
  11. I like those colors. Bill at Master-Tac does great work. GLWS!
  12. This is why I don't like to ask for directions.
  13. Yes, but handheld should be primary light.
  14. I didn't even know they'd moved until I drove by it a couple weeks ago on the way to ATL. Curious about the responses.
  15. And we thought the cicada were bad this year.
  16. Does this look funny? I just noticed a slight tilt in it but makes sense that it would point a little upwards toward point of aim. I do have the proper Glock rail insert in it. Seems to me like the battery lever contacts the bottom of the rail. I’ve never noticed this before now but this is a new gun.
  17. Steyr Zephyr II, 22 long rifle, 3-9x32 Sightron crosshair reticle scope with removable flip up dust covers, 5 round magazine, all original, factory box, manual, etc. some small finish mars, see photos, asking $750 cash, face to face in the tricities area of Kingsport, Johnson City, Bristol TN. From Steyr's website: "The award-winning Steyr Mannlicher Zephyr II is the rebirth of the original Zephyr rifle, which was produced from 1955 through 1971. This new rifle takes cues from the original Zephyr’s build quality, and also sets new standards in the hunting-style, bolt-action, rimfire rifle segment. The Zephyr II has won several awards including the 2019 American Hunter’s Golden Bullseye for "Rifle of the Year", Gray's Best 2019 in the Shooting Category, and Sporting Classics 2019 Award of Excellence."
  18. How much 9mm fmj do you figure that equates to?
  19. G30 with a Streamlight TLR7. A light is a must.
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