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chances R

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About chances R

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  • Birthday 11/10/1953

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    Knoxville, TN

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  • Carry Weapon #1
    M&P Shield 9mm

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  1. .410 for Turkey

    Sort of like using a ,22 for SD, doable but better options. One can buy a single shot 12ga for the same $ and be better equipped. Also why risk wounding/wasting such a great bird being undergunned?
  2. Sti 1911

    Had a STI 2011, good gun, lots of competition shooters swear by them in 9mm. Doubt you will shoot them any better than your 320 though. I boils down to if you simply like them or not and want one bad enough to take the plunge. But don't expect it to be magical.
  3. keep moving the target closer until the rounds are centered......
  4. True, unless all other states follow their lead. Two chances, slim and none.
  5. Just hate to see Vermont grouped with the otherwise communist northeast states...when they set such a good example for others
  6. Vermont recognizes all state permits and is a constitutional carry state, open or concealed for residents and non residents.
  7. I signed up for the Sig P-320 trigger upgrade

    Take a look at the ameriglo tritium yellow sight
  8. I signed up for the Sig P-320 trigger upgrade

    I have both, Sig is OK, but can't replace my M&P. I tried to like the Sig, has the novelty of changing frames,bbls, caliber, etc., but I believe one is better off just buying another gun in that case. On the other hand, use your Sig, just don't drop it, which is the same rule I have for any gun.
  9. Need advice on rechargeable dessicants

    I use the small rechargeable (oven) bags. Put them in the brass I have cleaned in closable plastic jars. no problems.
  10. Sad day

    Sorry.....I know how tough it is. I have lost two best friends. Irreplaceable, and in the future you will always remember them and the good times you have had. However, we should all be so lucky to have friends that have made our lives enjoyable.
  11. Hummingbirds!!!!

    try this action:
  12. Hummingbirds!!!!

    yes, this is the peak migration period. Just buy some pre-mix and hang a feeder. I've got a buddy that has so many it is not safe to walk in his yard..... He feeds about a gallon of mix a day.
  13. S&W SD 9mm VE, any one have one?

    The hard trigger pull will help you in the long run. Learn to shoot well with it and the carry-over to a nice trigger will be evident.
  14. How about the 5" M&P Pro?

    Sounds like a road trip to Bristol or chattanooga. Great price though
  15. How about the 5" M&P Pro?

    I have both and enjoy shooting both. Honestly, I can't tell you I see a big difference, especially shooting IDPA. It may be more in my mind, but I shoot the 5" mostly, and that is the one I put the apex barrel in. Naturally have more $ in it. I use a Dawson FO front, but just put a yellow Ameriglo TCAP on a 4" and will shoot it more now. For 3/4" I don't think it really matters especially if the money is right. IF $ are the deciding factor go 4" and put the extra money in the Apex products for an overall better gun.

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