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jhc77

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About jhc77

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  • Birthday 09/07/1977

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    Male
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    Spring Hill, TN
  • Occupation
    Apparent lost cause for my background.

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  • Handgun Carry Permit
    Yes
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    No
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    No
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    Yes
  • Carry Weapon #1
    Bang
  • Carry Weapon #2
    686 6" in 357MAG

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  1. jhc77

    S&W M&P

    I haven't owned an M&P since about 2010. Bought my first in 40cal in 2008. Learned to dislike that trigger once I tried another brand. Anywho, picked up the FDE 2.0 compact with the 4" barrel this past week. What a change since I bought my last one. One holster ordered and ordering a leather rig in a few weeks. Always wanted a compact grip with a longer barrel. Missed out on the XDS 4" being unemployed. Borrowed photo until I get mine dirty.
  2. Right handed Fury Carry Solutions OWB holster for an M&P Shield 9/40 in Coyote, like the title says. Bought it middle of January received it early March. 1.5” loops and it’s very snug fitting to the weapon. I found another rig that’s working for me much better. It was called a concealment holster before the current adjustable run. Bought at $82 shipped to my door. I can do $70 mailed. In and around Spring Hill meet afternoons or weekend otherwise USPS. Cash or PayPal
  3. Haven't seen those before. I did stumble upon a Kershaw TX when I last needed a T10 size.
  4. Marlin 81DL with a Weaver Scope. Not worth $100 but shoots like a top.
  5. Welcome neighbor! Nashville Armory (Southwinds Dr maybe) in Franklin and in Nashville (off Kenilwood?) get most of my money. There is another shop in Franklin that shall remain nameless but is nice for window shopping. There are a couple in Columbia south of us by a few miles also, Ted's and Kings.
  6. These are fantastic shooters. I take mine out every other range trip.
  7. I started working after 11 years as a stay at home parent on 3/23. I applied long before this got bad. As a .gov employee I am working full time and in the “elements”. It’s been different for sure. My wife has worked from home for 6 years anyways so that wasn’t a transition for her. What shook up the house is that she does operate out of the home and I’m out full time and my two elementary kids are here with her now all the time. My 10 year old has grown up quick since being home with his little sister. He keeps himself and her in check and out of mom’s hair.
  8. My “cool” one. It no Rat but second to hens teeth
  9. @MikeW do share! I’ve got 5 Cameron’s but still roll my antique ProPlatinum. 2 Xenons, Ping Answer something and Cleveland Huntington Beach 4 all get played.
  10. I got excited there until y’all’s posts. I play and found a great range finder.
  11. This is me. Kids are starting week 3. At least 2 more more weeks. if they go back 4/6 that's 4 and a half weeks in here!
  12. Sound bar is an easy fix. I got a Bose Solo 15 after getting tired of a receiver and 6 speaker set ups. Bose Solo 5 is a fantastic version for the money. Mine has a "Voice" button that drops out most of the excess noise. Most have a one plug hook up, mostly optical, and plug in the wall and go.
  13. Look into Martin's Permethrin 10%. It came up in another thread a year or two ago here. I get chiggers outside the house really bad, fortunately never personally been chewed on somehow or my kids. Front porch, driveway, mainly anything solid. They stay off the siding for the most part. I found this stuff and it was magic for my problem. Pump spray, mix and go. Maybe someone has a big tank sprayer you could borrow. I hit a porch, 6 spot driveway and a lap around the house.

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