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About Shima

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    TGO Senior Member
  • Birthday 03/19/1975

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  • Location
    Mid TN
  • Interests
    Jeeps, Wineries, Guns, Alabama Crimson Tide football, My 2 Dogs, My Wife and Family Jeeping, Camping
  • Occupation
    Harrison Avionics- Avionics installer


  • Carry Weapon #1
    Glock 26...9MM
  • Carry Weapon #2
    S&W 637 J frame...38Spl+P
  1. Me too. I think I'm gonna go with a RC-3 for EDC and a RC-5 for outdoor activities. Both look like they will fit the bill quite well. Don't know of any stores around here to fondle them though.
  2. Well I went to Dicks and bought a Kershaw 1600X with speedsafe assist opening. Its a little smaller than what I wanted but it'll do. Its american made and within my budgeted amount.
  3. I'm noticing that in every post where someone asks for opinions of what new blade to buy, people are telling about this or that available through an online catalog or distributer. I like to fondle the blade as I would a new pistol before I make a purchase. I live in Mid TN. Are there any places to look at good blades around here? Thanks, Shima
  4. Shima

    Ruger LC9

    Looks like a neat little pocket gun comparible to the likes of the Kel Tecs and such.
  5. Shima


    My wife has a pink Sig Mosquito. I have to pretend its black or camo so I can shoot it. I also make sure no one's around. J/K
  6. Wish I could make it, but I'll be out of town that weekend.
  7. I need to find a good leather shop that can make a belt for me. The saddle shop in Triune, TN took my measurement and order back in March. Even though I called once to check on it and they were so busy they hadnt gotten to it a month later, they must have lost my order before they ever got around to making it. If my business meant no more than that, I need to shop elsewhere, so here I am still needing a good leather belt. I'll give my hard earned money to someplace that wants my business. (Off soapbox, Thanks.) Any Mid TN local businesses I should support?
  8. Wow, So many bad calendar watchers. LOL. My wife and I showed up to shoot with XD and family and had a blast. No pun intended. Too bad the rest of you couldnt make it.
  9. No. If you want to pay a lot for junk, go ahead. My wife has one and it is junk. It shouldnt carry the Sig name. The trigger is horrible. Its mechanism that should lock the slide back on an empty mag doesn't work. The frame has places where the frame is being chipped away by the slide. It jams at least once in every magazine. The thing costed about $400 IIRC. Very disappointed.
  10. After what I read and exprienced, I'll buy local next time. I'm gonna hold you to that best local price guarantee Glockmeister.
  11. If you read the horror stories, you wouldnt be asking me that. I ordered from Glockworld.com and didn't have a problem except the incompetence of the FFL I used.(which was completely on me) However, I read MANY stories (after I placed my order) that people posted about those places having weak info security and credit cards having fraudulent charges on them and things being on eternal back order or their orders being messed up,ect... Just saying, before you spend $400+ with a company, check out what others say about them and it may save you some grief.
  12. Before you order online, read some of the horror stories about Topglock.com, glockworld.com, and others. Good luck.
  13. TGO David had an Aholster for a PM9 for sale a while back. I don't know if he sold it or still has it lying around.
  14. Shima

    XS sights

    Looks great. I love them on my Glocks. Wonder if it will fit my VEPR K?
  15. I sold mine because if I'm gonna pay that much for ammo, I'd rather be shooting my .45

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