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Moped last won the day on July 16 2015

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About Moped

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  • Birthday 05/09/1963

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  • Location
    Knoxville, Tn
  • Interests
    Shooting, reading, playing with the kids.
  • Occupation
    Something in the engineering field.
  1. Reminds me of the Desert Eagle .357 or .44 magnum!
  2. Have you shot it yet? Sent from my SM-G860P using Tapatalk
  3. My oldest graduated from TTU May 6th, Summa Cum Laude and my son graduated in Dec. and walked Wednesday night. He plans to attend community college and then transfer to TTU in Computer Science in two years. Sent from my SM-G860P using Tapatalk
  4. Religion CAN be a basis for the knowledge of right and wrong. But a human being can also be an upright and moral person and not be religious nor have a religous upbringing. On this we'll just have to agree to disagree. Sent from my SM-G860P using Tapatalk
  5. If it's anything like my FNS, it's a great pistol. My go to 9mm used to be a Glock 17. Now it's the FNS. Sent from my SM-G860P using Tapatalk
  6. But the thing about the M&P triggers, is they have been this way since the beginning. It's the top complaint that I have heard and read about them. Got to figure S&W has heard the samething, but it seems they've made no effort to improve them. Seems they aren't very interested in improving their product. But regardless of the trigger, it's still honestly the worst feeling semi auto, I have ever had. Ungainly and unwieldy. From my point of view any way. Sent from my SM-G860P using Tapatalk
  7. I bought one in the Fall of 15. Hated it. The trigger was horrible and the balance was all wrong for me. I also hated the grip felt like I was holding onto a thick broom handle. I also wasn't that impressed with the accuracy. I also don't like weapons that require a tool to take it down. I traded it for a XDs .45 and have never regretted it. Doubt I will ever buy another M&P again.
  8. This, except if I were Trump, there'd be no warning. Instead of wasting all those munitions on an air base, just cut the head off the snake.
  9. I have two. One I carry on serious occasions and one that's on me just about all the time. The first is an XDs .45acp, but I don't pocket carry that one, unless it's winter time and then it rides in a coat pocket. Other wise it's in a holster. Anything heavier than 16oz loaded should ride in a holster in my opinion. The second, that I carry everywhere, in a pocket holster, is a little Keltec P32. I had a Keltec PF9, but found it utterly not reliable. The little P32 is the exact opposite. Sent from my SM-G860P using Tapatalk
  10. That's a great idea xtriggerman! Sent from my SM-G860P using Tapatalk
  11. What are these ARX100s going for? Sent from my SM-G860P using Tapatalk
  12. Nope. I really like my FNH FNS 9mm, but I carry a Keltec p32 99% of the time.
  13. I suspect that this is the mainstream Republican Leadership's agenda as well.
  14. I had a RAT 1 in AUS8. It was built like a tank and for a folder, it was about as heavy as one too! Still I think it was one of the toughest made folders on the market. I gave to my son-in-law. Just didn't like all that weight in the pocket. But the D2 version intrigues me. I might have to get one of those.
  15. Does Suntzu still have it, I wonder? How did it shoot?

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