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About Wilson002s

  • Birthday 06/02/1992

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    Westmoreland, Tennessee
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    Woodworking, Cars, Boom-Sticks


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    Smith&Wesson M&P9c FDE

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  1. I pay a Membership at Barren River Rod and Gun Club. It's about 25 or 30 minutes north of Westmoreland (where I live) but a low traffic outdoor range for $50/year is perfect for me
  2. I was actually about 45 minutes into the podcast when I posted this. Tons of good information there. Thank you for that. I contacted Agape as well to see what kinds of things they can offer.
  3. I recently started attending a new church plant in Gallatin. We're trying to build our safety team, but definitely want it to be built properly and on a firm foundation of training. I'm meeting with one of the guys at Royal Range later this week about the church based things that they offer, but I was wondering if you guys would suggest anything specific in the way of training for church safety. Aside from 'tactical' training, I'd like some practical, and basic medical training as well. I'm trying to build a team that can spot a need, and meet it. We want to be a ministry within the church....not 'Sunday Spec Ops'. Like I said before, I've spoken with the guys at Royal Range and am going to meet with them shortly, but what other sources/facets of training would you guys recommend? Books, Media, Seminars, etc?
  4. My wife got an old revolver from her dad, and I just recently took the time to look into what it actually is. It's a Serrifile Inc. Terrier One in 32 S&W, and from what little I can find on the gun, I think it qualifies as a C&R. They're cheap, and were apparently covered as a 'Saturday Night Special' in the 1968 Gun Control Act. He also gave her an old Watauga shotgun, but I haven't gotten my hands on it yet. I'm halfway scared to shoot it, but it's cool to keep around nonetheless. Does anyone have any more knowledge on this thing?
  5. Also very interested in finding this out
  6. I took the bolt out last night and tried to peek at the bore. It was dirty, but I didn't see any kind of severe pitting. I'll let you guys know if I end up picking it up! Thank you for all the info
  7. Technically they're my boss's uncle's guns, but he's trying to sell them for him. He doesn't really care too much what he gets from them. Said he'll sell em to me for about $100 less than what they appraise for. It's not a matching numbers gun, unfortunately. I assume that comes from the FTR mark, but I'm not terribly worried about matching numbers if I can get it for ~$100. He had several other guns, but this one would definitely come out as the cheapest (but most interesting to me). My ideal Enfield is a No.4 Mk.1, but for $100, I'll take a No.1 Mk.III with some history behind it
  8. My boss is trying to sell some rifles he inherited, and I've found an Enfield No.1 Mk.III that I may be interested in trying to buy and restore. I've asked around on a few different Enfield forums and have come up with a variety of different values and guesstimates as to how much it's worth on its current condition. The Markings are very worn (so much so that its hard to even know the year) but someone else said it seemed to be either a 1915 or 1916. There are some missing pieces (rear handguard), and some broken pieces as well (front handguard by the bolt). I've got a few pictures and can get a few more if need be. I'm just trying to find out a little more info about the rifle, and what it might take to restore it a little. He's supposed to be getting them appraised soon, but until then, I have no idea what kind of money to offer him for one in this condition.
  9. I have to work late tonight, but I may pop in and shoot one in the next few weeks. I just got done with the Pro/Am as well. Any IDPA rules against me using my M&P Pro?
  10. I bought a Stoeger M3000 for purposes of 3 Gun. I started opening the loading port with a dremel, and cut right through my tape template and cut the first 2 numbers of the serial. They aren't completely gone, and are both still recognizable, but I went ahead and contacted the ATF anyway to be safe. Hasn't been nearly the ordeal I expected. Dumb mistake, but you live and you learn.
  11. I had a bit of an issue with a serial number a couple of months ago, and have been seeking a solution with the ATF. They finally issued me a new ATF serial this week, I just have to get it engraved/stamped into the receiver now and send proof to them that it was done. Any suggestions in or near Sumner County? I tried to get in touch with DTV Tactical this past week, but haven't had any luck as of yet.
  12. I finally got out of the Miata-life and bought a 4Runner. I did so with mostly practicality in mind, but part of my motivation for the upgrade was preparedness. I've been tossing the idea around for a couple weeks of getting together a backpack to keep in the truck both for minor emergencies and possibly to serve as a 'get home' bag in a SHTF situation where I'm stuck at work and need to get home. Things like first aid, a decent flashlight, maybe a fire steel, etc. This may end up doubling as a range bag for competitions so I may keep a couple of boxes of 9mm handy if the bag permits. Do any of you guys keep a similar bag in your truck/trunk? What are some good things to keep in it that most people may not think about? How do you rotate things to make sure they aren't useless? (bandaids and similar things can only take so much heat I assume)
  13. Long story short, I've run into a small issue with one of my guns. I contacted the BATFE Technology Division in DC, and they instructed me to get with my local Branch to resolve the issue. My problem is, when I call the number provided for the local Brentwood branch, I get immediately redirected to DC again. I've emailed, and faxed them to no avail. My only other option is to just show up, but I don't want to do so without some kind of appointment. I obviously can't make said appointment if I can't get in touch with anyone. Have any of you ever had to contact the local branch for any reason? Any kind of info will help tremendously. Thanks guys
  14. I'm jumping into some Cerakote work for myself. I'm looking to do the rail, upper and lower on an SBR I'm building. My question is, will a 4oz bottle do those pieces, or do I need to double my money and buy a pint? I don't have any experience with the stuff yet, so I'm going in blind. I've got a small HVLP spray gun and a 80 Gallon Compressor I'll be using. Thanks for the help guys.
  15. I was a mechanic for 3 or four years before I came to the parts side but I've been on the parts side for about 2 and a half years. I could definitely get back in somewhere with my experience. Kinda throwing around options and seeing if anyone has any kind of helpful insight on Beretta really.


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