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About ehull20000

  • Birthday 11/03/1981

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  • Carry Weapon #1
    Glock 19
  • Carry Weapon #2
    Glock 17

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  1. I can put those 308 dies to a good use for an active duty group down here in Georgia if you still have them. They need to make dummy 7.62x51 rounds and don’t know how to press bullets.
  2. Very cool. How does the brightness of the dot suit you?
  3. I applied on the 19th of October and received on 4 November.
  4. Life member of both the NRA and SAF. The NRA won’t get another dime from me for a long long time. They primarily communicate with me asking for money, selling me fear, and spamming me with junk. SAF is a totally different deal. Just this week I got a mailer from them and I thought “Oh no, better not be similar to the crap the NRA sends”. I was pleasantly surprised when it was useful information about what they are doing to help me, a gun owner. I should look into the GOA or that TN group.
  5. Better watch those Trijicon repair teams real close. They sent my MRO to the wrong address about 6 months ago. Didn’t even have the decency to tel me it was shipping.
  6. You can put those on rifles or shotguns too. Lots of applications.
  7. Here’s an anecdotal example. With RMR I can make head shots at the farthest distance most indoor ranges go to. I don’t shoot indoor much, but every time I swap the battery in my RMR (yearly) I go to an indoor range to confirm my zero. I shoot at many different distances, but I almost always end the session by running the target out as far as it will go and shoot for head shots. The RMR makes it pretty easy. By comparison, with my work pistol (iron sights) I have a tough time keeping all the rounds in the upper chest at 25 yards. Can I do that under the stress of an active shooter scenario? Probably not. Can I put rounds in the upper thoracic cavity from a long way away? Yup. All day everyday, thanks to my RMR and lots of practice.
  8. I’ve been carrying with a Red Dot for many years. They can fail. So can irons. I have a great deal of confidence in my RMR’s after many thousands of rounds.
  9. I have a stainless long action. It started life as a 7mm Rem Mag, then I had it rechambered to 300 Win Mag, and later to 300 WSM. It would be without a trigger or stock. I used it to figure out what I wanted before building a custom rifle. I could come off of it for 350.


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