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About Dirtshooter

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  • Birthday 11/18/1952

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    On the edge, Tn.
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    grandkids, shooting, fishing, hunting,
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    honey do's when not on strike

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  • Carry Weapon #1
    big gun
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    small gun

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  1. Don't want to steal the thread, but probably just if not more important is a quality oil filter. Do your own research, but after years of changing my own oil, Wix is the only filter I will use. They aren't cheap, but I want quality not cheap.
  2. Isn't that similar to a doctors office? They schedule 2 or more people for 9a.m., their time is valuable, but ours isn't!!
  3. That is when you need the load out grunt and grayfox spoke about. Would be helpful with a ma deuce also.
  4. I called O.J. this morning to see if they had any brass for sale, they had a little of 9mm and .40. I asked about powder and the guy said they have none and haven't any word when they might get any.
  5. As alluded to previously. It isn't always about how many rounds your mag holds as it about how well you can shoot under stress. I haven't been in a gunfight, but shot a lot of USPSA, IDPA and ICORE and most folks don't realize if the crap hits the fan it won't be like at the range punching holes in paper. A BG or lots of BG's could me firing at you. I see guys that train tell us to run around for 10 minutes or so and get our heart rate up, then grab your gun and see how well you put hits at 15 yards. Just look at the stats of LEO's shooting they have a low hit factor most of the time. Trained
  6. Hi all, I know there are several suppliers of the leather wrap, any suggestions by those that have one or more on their rifles? Thanks Mac
  7. Not only should he be arrested for Treason, a tall oak tree and a piece of rope should also be applied.
  8. Hey Greg, I have been reloading in good and bad weather! It is a habit that I can't break, I see empty brass sitting here and there and it looks so much better with a primer stuck in 1 end and a bullet in the other.
  9. You know idiots like that is just what the gun community could do without. I had an old friend that commented several times about warning labels that we thought were stupid, he said if they didn't put them on the items, process of elimination would make the gene pool stronger.
  10. I don't know if most folks know it, but it is 6 times more difficult to accurately shoot a pistol. Greg I would suggest doing a lot of dry firing and like Red said try some powder puff loads. I know if I don't practice a bunch I have a hard time keeping it centered.
  11. It is my understanding that #4 shot and smaller is the legal shot size for turkeys. A good load of # 6's will put ole Tom in the freezer.
  12. Appliances are like cars. I will wager the new 2021 model of your choice will be in the junkyard before my 1993 Z-71 is, why you ask. Because I can FIX this one, this new crap was destined for the junkyard!! A 1963 would be an even better option.
  13. Like I have stated long ago the EPA is the biggest enemy of the U.S.A. I believe all or almost all lead smelters are long gone. But without primers, it won't be a problem to not have dies or lead bullets!!
  14. If you ain't saying, that is like saying your friend's Dad's 2nd cousin by marriage heard...........
  15. He should have pile drived him once more just for old times sake!! That guys & gals is why you have to keep your head on a swivel, situational awareness. Just like when I cut my grass, there is a .40 cal on my hip, you can prepare and train, but the bad guy does have the upper hand as to when and where the attempt happens. We, myself included let our guard down a little more around the homestead, we shouldn't because we don't know when IT's ugly head will rear up.

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