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Moped last won the day on November 6 2019

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    Knoxville, Tn
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    Shooting, reading, playing with the kids.
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    Something in the engineering field.

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  1. The LC9S is a bit bigger than the LCP and LCPII. It’s comparable to the Shield or Glock 43. If you want a 9mm that’s almost as small as an LCP, you should look at a Diamondback or Kahr CM9.
  2. If you get a chance to shoot one, do so. I think you will really be impressed with the change. For the money, I'm not sure it really can be beat. The only negative is they come with one damn magazine. Here is a comparison of prices on the EC9S, the LCP and the LCPII. Tried to find a LC9S, but I think Ruger has stopped making them again. I know several shops around here still have new ones for sale, though. https://www.budsgunshop.com/product_info.php/products_id/52078/ruger+ec9s+9mm+312+black+7%2b1 https://www.budsgunshop.com/product_info.php/products_id/54585/ruger+lcp+6%2b1+380acp+275" https://www.budsgunshop.com/product_info.php/products_id/45032/ruger+3765+lcp+ii+double+action+380+acp+(acp)+275+6%2b1+moon+shine+t
  3. I have both the LCP (.380) and the LC9S Pro (9mm). You definitely will enjoy shooting the LC9S more. The LC9S is getting a bit harder to find. Ruger seems to be making these pistols in limited run. They make a version called the EC9S that is a more economically priced pistol. The sights are milled into the slide (the LC9S has dove tailed sights) and a cheaper finish, but other than that, it's same pistol. The triggers on the LC9S and EC9S are head and shoulders better than the LCP. The LC9S Pro does not have a safety. The LC9S weights about 7ozs more, unloaded, at 17oz. Note: the LC9 was more of blown up LCP with a hammer. The triggers were pretty bad on them. When Ruger came out with the LC9S series, they went to a striker, in place of the hammer and made a much better pistol.
  4. I ain’t saying a damn thing. I think I mighta got semi permission to get my Unicorn Rifle, from my wife, on Saturday! A .357 lever action!!! If you go through Knoxville, you might want to consider stopping at Harvey’s, off Merchant Drive. He usually has a bunch of ARs, both new and used.
  5. Thanks for sharing this! This needs to be spread far and wide, before tomorrow!
  6. Nice! Never had a 40, but bought and 89 FJ62. Loved and miss that old wagon!
  7. They wrote a song about those, Chevy Van, in 1973, by Sammy Jones! Man, I love those things!!! You won’t find one for $1500 now! I bought my first car 1979. It was a 4 door 1970 Plymouth Satellite, gold with an imitation alligator skin vinyl top, a 318 V8, factory am/fm, air and mag wheels. Got it from the Used Car manager in Maryville. It was his wife car. Picked up for $1000. Wish I still had it! Loved that car.
  8. Marko is one of my favorite Sci-Fi authors. I had no idea he wrote this though.
  9. Really can’t imagine shooting +P in my LCP. It’s not fun to shoot with regular .380.
  10. Moped

    AR15 for dummies?

    Good deal here! https://palmettostatearmory.com/vortex-strikefire-ii-red-dot-4moa-red-green-dot.html
  11. I love that case harden color! Very sharp!
  12. Moped


    Love to hear how it did at the range!
  13. Looks like that’s the one you should go with!
  14. This is a ticking time bomb, that’s going to go off at some point and cause a ton of mayhem.

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