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  1. This thread has well exhausted the original subject matter and is quickly heading into very bad places.
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  2. Like new G23 (compact .40). 4th gen. Original owner. I estimate it has only had about 200-250 rounds through it. Includes all original parts -- original box, 2 13rd mags, speed loader, and a few backstrap size options included. I also have some .40 ammo available (FMJ and hollow points). $500 obo
    1 point
  3. Thanks for all the suggestions men. Now that I'm feeling better I'll be taking a good look at all of them.
    1 point
  4. For Sale is my Ruger Mark 1, 6 7/8 bbl with factory muzzle brake. This Ruger was manufactured in 1960 and is in excellent condition. The rifling looks new and the trigger pull is just under 3 ibs. It has been meticulously cared for and there isnt very many out there in this condition. Very accurate and reliable. Please contact me with any questions. Priced at 600 - my bottom dollar. John 423-921 4322
    1 point
  5. I cannot say enough about Randy and Harris Combative Training Group. This was another outstanding class. I've taken several classes with Randy at Harris Combative TN/GA/AL Training Group and have never walked away disappointed. Randy has an incredible amount of patience and is a brilliant instructor. This class focused on bug (conceal carry guns/back up) guns. If you are going to carry one to protect yourself, you should be proficient and comfortable using it. We began with the basics, dry fire, dry fire with a penny, then on to live fire. We used dummy rounds to clear jams and see if we are jerking the trigger. At the end, we did the Bakersfield test and saw the results of our training. I was quite pleased. When it comes to firearms, I don't think you can ever get enough training. I'm so glad Harris Combative takes the time to come out to Windrock Shooting Range so I don't even have to travel far for these valuable classes. Best part is that Randy makes training/learning fun, we had a lot of laughs but most importantly, I walked away with a lot more knowledge and confidence than before the class. Thank you Randy!
    1 point
  6. I believe you genuinely feel this way, but it’s only your truth. Therefore this isn’t a personal attack on you. It’s easy to dismiss something, someone or idea’s if you don’t completely and fully understand them or if your lifestyle has not and never will fall in line with the subject you don’t care for. I think the term woke is overused. I say it just to make heads explode. For me woke falls into the category of the so-called golden rule we were taught as kids. It’s that simple, yet people resist. Very few communities are more childlike than the gun community. We’ll shyt on just about everything and everyone, but when it comes to our guns, it’s time for civil war. It’s amazing to watch. In general I pay attention to the people who have no empathy. They’re usually the assholes in any group. Even people I disagree with on certain issues, I can usually put myself in their place, understand their reasoning and still disagree based upon my experiences as long as the other person’s desires cause no intentional harm.
    1 point
  7. The problem with these woke folks is that they're constantly out there looking for new problems to whine and cry about. They're like a bunch of kids running around with a stick in hand looking for a new bear to poke.
    1 point
  8. 415 rounds of .22 Hornet ammo for sale $300 for all Call or text John 423-921-4322 Maryville area
    1 point
  9. I do. And you do. And Daniel does. Core morals, I believe, tend to be societal. However moral values that extend past those cores or even some interpretation thereof is up to each individual. Generally with the younger or “woke” folks, we are talking more about values that fall on the fringes, items that effect smaller and smaller groups of people. I’m happy there are people trying to care for something. But you cannot force your morality onto someone else. You can’t force beliefs onto someone else. Changing someone takes two way communication, empathy, reasoned debate and understanding. And most of the time today, neither side of any discussion is willing to give the other a fair shake. Arguments are made with emotion and shaming and that’s why instead of making progress, society is regressing and heading towards a downfall.
    1 point
  10. WOKE: Being so open minded that your brains have fallen out.
    1 point
  11. I listen to the worst Memphis has to offer ever day. This ain’t even that bad.
    1 point
  12. I like the hellcat a lot but I have medium size hands. The recoil is fine with a proper grip. I added a red dot so the short sight radius isn’t a factor but the iron sights are great.
    1 point
  13. I’m gonna go against the orthodoxy here and say that she needed to go. Even though the new guy will be measurably worse, she needed to go. The truth is that she wasn’t going to be replaced by better. The city had to get worse before they could understand why they needed to choose better.
    1 point
  14. .357 all day, why settle for one caliber when you settle for two in one firearm? Keep 3 .38s and 2 .357s chambered.
    1 point
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