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MikeW

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  • Birthday 02/25/1971

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    Nashville
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    Motorsports (cars), Golf, Firearms
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  1. One more for the RCBS RC I have a Rockchucker JR that is from the early seventies I think and newer RC, both are well used and are still going strong.
  2. http://fflgundealers.net/match-service-works.html That link has the same number as I have for Ronnie
  3. Ronnie Morris if he is still working. In State I'd look at https://www.dgrguns.com/ If not, I'd ask on the CMP or https://m14forum.com/forums.ph
  4. I have a few camerons and other fancy putters than any sane person should own. I play all of them, I played this one for a couple of years. It has a welded neck and I just don't see the welded necks on the tour or other camerons. 20200325_200805 20200325_200907 20200325_200934 20200325_201006 Link to where you can find it on the SC website. https://www.scottycameron.com/authentication/registry/Details.aspx?rn=A019381&registry-submit=search
  5. I need him to buy my scotty cameron tour rat putter so I can buy another rifle
  6. I will reword my statement. 1,000 yards does not require 50BMG. 50 BMG for 300-1000 yards see Handsome Robs post above ▲
  7. 1000yrds is not "long range" to me.
  8. I shoot LR 1250 a good bit and beyond 1250 when I have access. To me the 50BMG is NICE but not the "king" of LR anymore. The 375/408 Cheytac, 338LM, 416 Barrett and other "big guns" are super nice for "extended" long range. If you are looking to go a mile our just out a little past that I say look into 300PRC or 338LM. My 300wm is fine out to 1760. I haven't shot my 338LM out to a mile yet but I am sure that it would make that shot easier. Look into a few gunsmiths, talk to them, and tell them what you want a rifle to do and go from there. Or go off the shelf with a Barrett MRAD, Accuracy International, or other top shelf company. If you are on FaceBook look to join the extended long range page and ask questions https://www.facebook.com/ELRCentral/ & https://www.facebook.com/groups/261263037837539/?fref=nf https://www.jjrockco.com/ https://www.bugholes.com/ https://www.crescentcustoms.com/ https://www.longriflesinc.com/ Save money for a GOOD scope!
  9. Congrats I've always said that San Diego is a nice place to visit but... get me back home to TN.
  10. Welcome to 37122 Where did you move from?
  11. I have WWI/WWII Luger's and I'd say that if you care about the collector value at all, then I would leave it as is. If you just want a shooter or display that looks better then I would say seek out a few gunsmith's in TN and see what they say. Do all of the numbers match? One https://www.oldsouthrestoration.com/luger-detail-pricing A good one outside of TN https://lugerman.com/
  12. I played along just to see what he would say. The picture that he posted and the ones that he emailed me are ones I found by the serial number on the FB list that linked over to a Gunborker auction that ended weeks ago. I asked him if he would ship it through his FFL to my FFL and he said that he would ship without using a FFL. He sent me a picture of what is supposed to be his drivers license, umm yeah okay lol. He would only take venmo as payment, he wouldn't let me set up an escrow account as payment. I flagged him as spam too and Armslist has pulled his ad.
  13. One showed up on the armslist in tennessee for $900, but is a scam. I exchanged a few emails and the guy is shady as hell.

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