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About DWARREN123

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    Grumpy Old Guy
  • Birthday 09/25/1952

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  • Location
    Clarksville, TN.
  • Interests
    Shooting fishing hunting goofing off
  • Occupation
    Industrial Multicraft Maintenance


  • Handgun Carry Permit
  • Law Enforcement
  • Military
  • NRA
  • Carry Weapon #1
    Usually a pistol
  • Carry Weapon #2
    Usually another pistol

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  1. From some of the videos of the two I do not think she was kidnapped. I just wonder how bad things had to be at home for her to make the decisions she made.
  2. Condition will mean a lot. I think most will be poor to really poor condition but hope otherwise.
  3. The only thing I find bad about most non main stream firearms is parts and pieces. Extra mags, holsters and so on. I do like to have something that some do not.
  4. Some people are stupid and should be in zoo's! Leave other folks be, dammit!
  5. They will not let a good chance to tax us get away!
  6. Howdy and Welcome to TGO
  7. How many of you folks like not so main stream pistols? I have CZ's, kind of main stream to some, RIA 1911 9mm, Canik SF Elite 9mm and C-100 9mm, Witness Poly Series small frame 9mm and compact 45 ACP, Sar Arms B6P 9mm. I like these pistols, they work well and do not cost as much as better known name brands usually. I also have a Beretta APX, Kimber Stainless II and Sig 1911-22. All are fun to shoot. What do you have?
  8. Something sounds fishy here. Cook county and illegal guns.
  9. The ones I have been around were maintenance intensive and had a lot of problems. The ARMY put a lot of money into them to keep them going but most folks will not abuse them to combat standards.
  10. Reloading, for some, can be a interesting hobby in and of itself.
  11. My Beretta APX has a crisp trigger but not as lite as the Canik. The APX trigger is what I would consider good for a carry hand gun with no safety for most folks. The Canik SF Elite trigger has some take up and then a lite, crisp break and short reset. I like both triggers but they are different.
  12. Once you learn how it becomes very easy to disassemble. You really do not need a punch or pin to push the take down pin in. For ease of disassembly, the Canik SF Elite beats about every other. You do have to pull the trigger then move slide back half of a inch, push down on take down points and move forward 1/2 inch then separate.
  13. Howdy Josh and Welcome to TGO
  14. Howdy Quentin and Welcome to TGO
  15. P120 looks interesting.

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