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About jhc77

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  • Birthday 09/07/1977

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    Spring Hill, TN
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    Apparent lost cause for my background.


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    686 6" in 357MAG

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  1. 9 months clear after 31 years. Tried the vape thing for a bit then hung it all up. Congrats @94user!
  2. Link below says "Open carry is legal with a permit or without a permit if the gun is unloaded and the ammunition is not in the immediate vicinity. Tennessee prohibits the possession of a firearm “with the intent to go armed.” The minimum age is 18 years old. Some areas are off-limits, including government buildings and schools."Didn't know that. I need a refresher apparently. usconcealedcarry.com/resources/ccw_reciprocity_map/tn-gun-laws/
  3. Next time I hit the range I hope to take mine out. Rear site is adjustable for elevation. I thought it had LR on it as well. I think mine is a youth model come to think of it. Barrel seems short compared to my 81DL that sits next to it.
  4. Mine expires 2022. Do current HCP holders need to pick one for 1/1/2020 or will it become one or the other until they expire?
  5. TekLoc for the belt. Need to find the info on it buried in an email. It is damascus I know that.
  6. Being a licensed driver in VA for 15+ years then moving here is a noticeable improvement.
  7. Knew I shouldn't have slept in. Nice grab @A.J. Holst
  8. I’ll be the first to say that area of drivers do indeed drive aggressively. No idea why. Tides baseball is very fun. One of the best Triple A ballparks around. Hampton Roads bridge tunnel is a nightmare anytime of the day. Monitor Merrimac is a little nicer but puts you way out in the sticks.
  9. In all honesty the “locals” are a grumpy bunch. I’d guess about 50% of the area are retired. Tourist season is busy and spread out into some of the newer neighborhoods.
  10. @jeff43 I'd guess a model 637.
  11. Two Drummers, https://www.twodrummerssmokehouse.com/home, for good eats. Went to school with both if the fella's that own that place. Both of them were in Fife and Drum for Colonial Williamsburg, hence the name. I grew up in Williamsburg and left in 2005 after 28 years. Shorty's Diner is a local spot in an older part of the 'burg that folks like. If you see a sign for Camp Peary, don't visit that place. They are kinda rude when you say you got lost. Do not at most any cost use the Hampton Roads Bridge Tunnel if at all possible. It's a nightmare about 24 hours a day to get to Va Beach. Hit up Yorktown for a beach and battlefield instead. New Town is a cool spot also in Williamsburg. Shops, nice pool hall (Corner Pocket), fancier restaurants too. If you go there check out the General District Court house across the street. Got my marriage licence there and the gentleman's name on the outside is my uncle. Nice guy too! Shopping-Premium Outlets is the place to go. If your in Colonial Williamsburg, The Cheese Shop is a local and tourist favorite with the house dressing. Don't forget Jamestown, I'll probably tote the kids out there when we get back home in July. I grew up riding my bike on the island. If you play golf, PM me. I know a guy. Rambles are over. Seriously PM me if you need anything there. Mom is still there close to Ford's Colony. Pierces Pit BBQ is a long staple of that area. I'll add Water Country along with Busch Gardens. Beer is good too, Bud-something is made there. Spaz over..
  12. And the other side of this, Ruger Mk series mainspring won't seat unless the magazine is in on reassembly.
  13. Ha! I worked at the Shipyard before I moved here. I’ll never forget the smell of Budweiser brewing.

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