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About Tobashadow

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  • Birthday 08/15/1976

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    Monroe County, TN

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  • Carry Weapon #1
    Kel-Tec P32
  • Carry Weapon #2
    Bersa Thunder 380

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  1. Well wouldn't that be a Disability Act violation?
  2. I wonder if you can get a service animal vest for a Clydesdale?
  3. If the pictures are not sensitive aka would you freak out if a stranger seen them, then why not do what I do? Ours are on a second drive, and three different free online storage places. Google Drive Dropbox Amazon Photos
  4. All good specs, I would ask what size gas port it has. This is the barrel I used - https://www.classicfirearms.com/arbarrel10-5m4parkerizedhbar1in8twist AR-15 10.5" Contour Barrel, .223 WYLDE, 1:8, Parkerized Premium Grade Parkerized AR-15 Contour Profile Barrel, 10.5",1 in 8 twist Gas port drilled for carbine length gas set up, and threaded for comp.Barrel Extension in rear with M4 feed ramps... drilled with a .093" gas port opening at carbine length. It has a .750 gas block diameter, ready to install into receiver..223 Wylde
  5. I built a 10.5 a couple years ago (and when I mean build I bought nothing assembled I did every pin from the BCG to the forward assist), it is setup with a carbine length gas system except with a much larger gas port. The barrel basically ends a half inch past the gas block but it will run on any ammo I have thrown in it including tons of Tula with not one failure. And it is nothing special I purchased everything as cheap as possible on sale everywhere to make a budget gun. That's the shortest personally I will ever make myself.
  6. There is a Used Explorer Sport Trac I have my eye to buy but it is in NC on a car lot. This will be a cash deal but is there anything special I need to know since I have never bought a car out of state before.
  7. My Series 95 which is basically the first year of the thunder without the thunder name stays at my side daily. It's not my carry weapon of choice anymore but it stays on in the first grab location. Shoots wonderfully and accurate from the first day i bought it new over 20 years ago.
  8. I'd like to put my hands on a aluminum and a polymer one before I decide which one to make my first attempt with and I'd hate to order and waste the money. Knoxville to Chattanooga area.
  9. The biggest problem with allowing the sheep to think we are required to keep them concealed like other states is that we wind up with the incident a few years ago at the Knoxville walmart with the cop going off on a guy cause his weapon was showing. I carry out of sight but it makes me feel comfortable knowing I don't have to freak out wondering if someone seen it or not. A friend from Ohio freaks out if he sees the outline in my pocket because just that can get him in trouble at home. I don't want that here for anyone of us.
  10. And again im frustrated with the ignorant idiots calling it a CCW, it is NOT a CCW it is a HCP. a CCW is a CONCEALED carry license, which is not what Tennessee has and confuses people that we must carry concealed like other states have to, and can cause problems with uneducated people.
  11. Was in there today and noticed at both doors was a armed security guard. Not a off duty officer but a security firm. Asked the cashier and she said a couple people quit the other day so they had to get outside security and acted a bit hesitant at the answer.
  12. Nothing, oh well atleast they said something around 9pm lol.
  13. Wrap them neat and pack em deep, check your lights and do the speed limit and not worry about it.
  14. I've been watching alot of videos with people living in converted vans 24/7 and the most popular setup is a solar panel into a small bank of 3-4 batteries into a 12volt refrigerator and freezer. The panel is not very big, about half the size of the top of a full size van. The best battery seems to be used ones from cell towers. Small and sealed with a extremely long (10+ year) run life. These guys run off the grid with everything with that setup and most have a small generator for cloudy days but most end up never using it with the panel mounted even flat on the roof getting enough. What I've learned is three things. Get too big of a panel. Get good industrial batteries. Use 12v items because converters waste power.
  15. I finally last year shot up some Remington 50 round boxes with no bar code and a 25 cent sticker on them. Date that!

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