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  • Birthday 01/01/1969

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  1. Agree. I just can’t own one other then 26/27/42 subcompact frames. Tried compact and full size several times then sold off. When I went back I moved to gen2 Timberwolf frames for my 21 and 23 models. They work for me and keep simplicity of a Glock
  2. that pistol has a gold barrel and a fancy laser. this is not the time to start recycling.
  3. yep. I had dedicated 40 s&w barrel. but 10mm chamber works if you clean. Owned 20, 29, the rock island 10mm, s&w310 - all gone. Found the 29 hard to time with hot loads. If you’re going the route of top velocity with long shot, 800x or heavy boutique ammo a red dot or rowlanator rear sight with recoil spring increase is the way to go. If you’re gonna run a comp buy a G20 and chop or Timberwolf short grip frame. I got tired of destroying brass with hot loads and moved on. Stay middle of the road and skip the off the shelf range ammo unless you need brass because it ant far from forty. and ppu brass was crap.
  4. Something to be proud of by the maker and the buyer. a man could stick that in a commie and call it a good life
  5. for the love of 45acp I’ve spent some time on this. I go back to cmmg for radial blowback to meditate recoil and bcg weights for tuning with ability to run 45acp to heavy 45 super loads. Plus b&t ghm45 doesn’t have Glock mag option. Have 6.6” barrel pistols so never pulled trigger because it would be a toy; another at caliber would be choice for serious work. There is a non braced 1.2k cmmg option, add your own. If you’re considering for serious work consider a short barrel rifle caliber in ar because you can throw similar lead with less recoil, less gas in face and close ammo costs at todays price then a 45acp blowback. I wouldn’t make any decision based on August. If you’re a brace person buy a brace before then and add to whatever. Expecting a grandfather clause is silly these days. They’ll make felons out of people with the rule or expect build to adhere to tally sheet limiting options. Learn to cheek weld and forget the brace. don’t let my comments ruin your fun. sharing my conclusion on a serious want I’ve sidestepped for a while.
  6. It’s against the law to kill any snake native to TN. Unless you pull the ole “it’s coming right for me”. Most are harmless and want to be left alone. don’t get fancy posting your trophy on social media
  7. I have several of those. Thanks for not skipping over. Lots of info on here.
  8. I’ve seen 45 acp in Davidson county; a blue county in regards to politics. Maybe people that live in tall skinny own 45acp.
  9. You need to shop in a blue county until things get better. That where more less then men live and 45acp around with gas prices the brass exchange has 500 piece dirty for $46.50 plus ship
  10. #7 to titegroup. Keep that thing in battery. “Safety squint, double rubber, mother on speed dial”.
  11. Sticky thread probably still a good place to start. Right now I get it wherever it’s in stock
  12. add to gregintenn’s list. bullet puller. Helped me most when new because crimp is hard to comprehend. I still set crimp, measure for some reason and then pull bullet- inspect jacket/coating……. Measure all you want, but nice to see if you’re overdoing it. Plus comes in handy to pound out left over ammo after a kaboom. case gauge - you do you and unlike other rounds I don’t gauge all my 9mm but I have one to spot check Time - seems a fair amount sell off reloading equipment after events like we’re in now because no time or desire after the dust settles. Equipment? try gunblue490 on YouTube. Not the most exciting bloke to watch but he has old upload, four part series on hand loading. Quite a bit of knowledge shared on this channel A+ Johnny’s reloading bench my be more then your interested in, good rifle content and conversations in live streams
  13. cheap is relative term. I don’t see anything “cheap” worth a chance today but pay little attention. S&W night guard series about doubled in a few years, because discontinued. Look for things like this. Uzi pro is probably a good one today. Out there new, but recently discontinued. Three years from now someone will pay more then you paid today because everyone can’t get one. “Cheap” hoard ammo and primers until the next shf. I sold off my 7.62x39 8M3 for fair today’s price. Probably never see 8m3 rounds again but it’s kind of internet hype, there’s better options IMO
  14. If you store primer in pocket of brass tube it’s no longer hazmat item. Combine that with no powder storage limit you’re good.

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