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Dave Keenom

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  1. I have a second Stainless Blackhawk Bisley in .45 that I would be willing to part with. Nearly new with engraved cylinder 5.5 barrel. Would take 800 or interesting trades. Will be in Tullahoma this weekend.
  2. So I was getting bored with cardio and remembered this drill. On the qual target I got 2 out of the light gray and 10 that I am not proud of for a total of 12 subpar shots but no misses of the target. Time 19:56 Still need work but a good start.
  3. I will take them. You don't happen to have a 32SWLWC mag also?
  4. Is the holster lefthanded and is it included?
  5. I always wanted a Bowie. I will take #3. PM me payment info please.
  6. Hydrologic press or, air hammer and the pointed bit I have used the air hammer method a few times. Secure barrel in vise or on table with a block and bip it with the hammer. Like others have said, just get it to move then use normal punch and manual hammer method.
  7. I have the high mount on my Hornady LNL. It has been a good addition.
  8. Bump fire stocks are not my thing but why should we ban anything just because a criminal used it to commit a crime. Do not see Canada banning large trucks. They pretty much banned guns but when I was there last month a British soldier attending the match I was at got hit in a driveby shooting off post. Gun control is working well for them.
  9. I attended this course several years ago in Memphis. Great course Highly Recommend
  10. Hmmm. 8 years active army most with 101st 19 years lLEO (16 SWAT) Got into the NG after an 8 year break in service. (Almost 20 years total service now) Shoot competitively for military and teach LR shooting and Sniper for a couple of companies. Have really been blessed getting paid to work in areas that go along with what I do for enjoyment. 6 years until I retire from police. Plan on staying in military until forced out or stop having fun.
  11. I have a 2010 same color. The 5.7 is fast enough, it gets 25mpg if you keep your foot out of it, and turns and stops better than my old Trans Am.
  12. Columbia TN is as close as you get for Bullseye in the Clarksville area. Chattanooga rifle club and MSSA outside of Memphis also has matches. Here is the link for Columbia http://www.magnusbullets.com/nashville-match-masters-gun-club I shoot bullseye and am also chasing the tab. When not traveling shooting combat matches with the Guard or working for Clarksville PD, I practice every day the weather does not suck. Send me your email in a PM I got my NRA Expert card last year and am still learning this game. I went double distinguished shooting combat matches, shoot service rifle, uspsa, and FTR but the one handed pistol is the most challenging.
  13. I would and have shot it. The 110 is a very strong action. If the gun is an early model with factory twist barrel do not be surprised if it does not shoot 69gr and up very well. I bought one and had good luck sighting it in with cheap 55gr but 69gr match ammo was tumbling when it hit the target at only 100yrds. It had a 1/12 twist from the factory.
  14. I have one of the CMP Daisy rifles also. I like it so much that I purchased a Daisy 747 pistol to go along with it.
  15. Would love to shoot this but will be at All Army during this time. In past years we had to run 1.5 miles with weapon at this event. I found the best way for me to carry A4 is in a eberlestock gunslinger pack that is stripped.
  16. I have had one about a year and loaded several thousand 45acp with it. I love it. Was going to buy a dillion but a buddy let me use his LNL and I have never looked back. I usually load 100rds at a time in about 30min.
  17. For every 20 I buy I might sell one and only because I upgraded so I guess I am good.
  18. I have seen a AR15 slamfire at perry and multiple marine team AR10s slamfire at interservice a few years ago. It is much more likely with the AR10s that do not have the spring in front of the firing pin due to bolt carrier group mass.
  19. I put a factory loaded round (185GR FED Match) in the shell holder and bottomed out the seating die on it. I then set the factory crimp die to give it a good snug crimp. My loading expert tells me that I should have a seating die for each bullet. In my case the 185 JHPs and 185 Wadcutters. The glock chamber is not as tight as most. While in my learning stages my glock would rounds that did not want to chamber in my 1911s. 4.5 gr of bullseye works for all of mine. I use 4.0 of Titegroup for 45 these days.
  20. They had another 1 on Wilma Rudolph just got back from callout


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