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TrickyNicky

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  1. I was never here, but if I was I would say that was my favorite too!
  2. That’s awesome. $90 is a small price to pay for that kind of piece of mind, I’ll look into one, plus I like that reflective collar too. Handsome and useful. Thanks for for the insight!
  3. What kind of chip is hat Doug? I got my boy chipped with Home Again chip and it doesn’t offer the gps type tracking like that, which I wish it had. It’s an RFID chip that only works to give a code that will access my contact information. Any info on what Darby has?
  4. What part of tn? The dogs name Dixie by any chance?
  5. I fondled one of those at Nashville Armory a few years back and that trigger was smooth as glass, wanted one ever since but it just never lined up in the cards to get one. Congrats and enjoy the heck out of it.
  6. I watched the Puppy Bowl this year during commercial breaks for the home improvement marathon. Puppy Bowl>Super Bowel.
  7. I’ll just mention Second Harvest in east Nashville as another very cool, very worthy organization that is always looking for food, canned or fresh, blankets, clothes, etc. they work at being as self sustaining as possible with big gardens, chicken coops and the like. It was my pleasure to provide a few materials for their gardens a few years ago and was there when they were putting in the coops. If you’ve never seen a 50 year old, one armed, malnourished man work a sledge hammer to break up asphalt, it was an inspiring sight to say the least.
  8. .10 a round for .22??? What is this, 2013?
  9. 4th on the EZ Mom got one a few months back and it surely is easy to load, rack and a good shooter too.
  10. Nice score! Ive seen some pretty impressive shots with a 2" frame before, but it still cracks me up a little to see one with adjustable sights.
  11. Holy guacamole, that has to be the safest house in America!
  12. M69 Romanian training rifle. Older kid down the block bought 3 of them from a sporting goods store for $50 each I think. We divvied them up and they all ended up at my house over time since my parents were then only ones that let me have em. I ultimately lost track of them at a friends house where they stayed for years until the original purchaser got ahold of two of them and gave me one, still have it today and was able to locate a magazine thanks to a tgoer. It's my moms favorite rifle now so I never get to shoot it unless I'm at her house and pop a few calibre through it.
  13. Usually when a stranger on the internet says to just trust him before spouting off some nonsense, my skepticicm meter goes way off chart. But this time...
  14. I could be way off base, but I think the rimmed design of a .22 would make for the nose of the bullet to drop into the breach face and make loading a bit problematic in that regard wouldn't it?
  15. Those calicos are super cool. String some christmas lights and blinkers on there and you have a pretty good scifi prop too!
  16. I did a bit of research when I had a few colt police models and from what I can recall SAAMI changed the pressure of the .38 in the late 60's or maybe 70's? Todays +P is closer to original spec but a bit higher maybe? I pretty quickly abandoned the idea of shooting any +P out of them; couldn't come up with any good reason to do so when standard .38s are just as plentiful and cheap. If I were in a position to were I had to dedicate one of these old guns to defensive duty I would either just roll with the standard loads, or more realistically get a modern firearm. These oldies can still shoot, but I don't see the appeal in making them actually work for their supper anymore either.
  17. 10/22 Remington 597 Henry youth carbine Remington gallery gun (model 12) M69 Trainer (first gun) AR adapter for .22 I feel like I'm missing something off the list...
  18. This ones probably my favorite, they're all masterfully done though
  19. Same here. Had numerous visits to my house from at&t including engineers to get my internet service hooked up. Long story short, after months without internet and almost a full work week lost making appointments spread out over same months, their engineer told me ALL of their techs were using an old hook up box and the good one was on the back and a guy would be out the follwowing day for the hook up. Next day comes and the tech calls me at work saying he can’t do his outside hook up (inside was DONE by the engineer) unless I️ come home from work. I️ told him to pack his stuff and leave. Called charter a few days later and they were out the next day, let me pick a two hour window of time and their tech had me setup in less than an hour. Theyre expensive, but I’ve never had to use an automated system and have always had an English speaker answer the line. The service is so far above at&t they also couldn’t tempt me with free service at this point.
  20. Love it, there’s something neat about a smaller frame pistol that looks like a scaled down full-size.
  21. That I would like to see. There used to be terrific shows in of all places Ca when I was a kid at the LA fair grounds. 3-4 Airplane hangers full with vendors crowding in the walkways between buildings too. Tulsa sounds like what I still think of when I picture a gun show, until the reality of local one sits in again anyway lol.
  22. IT has been years since I stepped into a gun show, it had been a few years prior to that that I had been to one worth paying for. Between the parking fee, entree fee, unwashed neck beards, $6.00 cokes, 90+% new inventory and beef jerky, whats even the point? You may save $10.00 off the cost of your new gun (maybe) but thats after shelling out near $40 just to get in the door. Especially with all the good shops in TN and the TGO classifieds.

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