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gjohnsoniv

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About gjohnsoniv

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  1. Pretty sure anyone can buy from Craig's, I know I've bought a couple things.
  2. SIA is your place for Smith and Wesson revolvers. They're on Middlebrook in Hardin Valley.
  3. Not to mention those aren't exactly speed demons, so 17 hours might not get you that far.
  4. I carry/carried a Beretta 21A. Outside of that I ditched it in favor of my G43.
  5. Mike at Law Enforcement Sales is great, and a member on here. @LawEnforcementSalesTN
  6. Esstac Boar Split Front, Coyote Brown View Advert Selling my lnib Esstac Boar split front in coyote brown. This one is made for 5.56 mags and has bungee retention. HOlds up to 8 magazines and has removable back panels so it can be swapped to stick mags or .308. Pouches attached are not included. Asking $160 shipped obo or trade for a Mayflower Gen V preferably in coyote brown but not stuck on that. Advertiser gjohnsoniv Date 04/04/2017 Price $160.00 Category Non-Firearm Classifieds Manufacturer Esstac Type of Item 10  
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    Selling my lnib Esstac Boar split front in coyote brown. This one is made for 5.56 mags and has bungee retention. HOlds up to 8 magazines and has removable back panels so it can be swapped to stick mags or .308. Pouches attached are not included. Asking $160 shipped obo or trade for a Mayflower Gen V preferably in coyote brown but not stuck on that.

    $160.00

  8. Considering they nixed constitutional carry I can't see them giving a damn about suppressors outside of "look at us, we're doing something for your supposed rights. "
  9. Just went through this myself. You can renew your license online or in person but can only renew your permit at a "full service" center. You can update it online though with just an address change but can't get a new card that way. At least not that I found.
  10. Where are you located? I might take the barrel, just have to check on something later today.
  11. It might be in bad taste but it's a giant middle finger toward the government and I love it.
  12. We have Miller MIG, GTAW, and stick welders at work and Victor torches, never had any problems out of any of them. Personally I have a Lincoln mig and for what I do at home as hobby I can't complain. As already mentioned above, skip flux core and go with gas and solid wire. Your welds will come out many times cleaner with less junk for you to clean up.
  13. Everyone on this board has gone sailing past that point and waved while going by. I do like the workbench and the guns in the drawers lol.
  14. Wonder if an airburst 40mm would be a solution.

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