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MikeW

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About MikeW

  • Rank
    NRA Life Member
  • Birthday 02/25/1971

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Nashville
  • Interests
    Motorsports (cars), Golf, Firearms
  • Occupation
    Insurance

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  • Handgun Carry Permit
    Yes
  • NRA
    Yes
  1. Hello from ft Campbell, TN

    This dude has not been on the site since June 2017
  2. GLWS I have a few bmx 70'-80s bikes.
  3. Nitrous, who runs it?

    1100lbs will be fun! Using the 2.3 will at least help with traction. A V8 upfront would make the ass end crazy and a heavy nose in the corners. So your wondering if your ring gap needs to be set lower (wider) for a 100 shot? As someone else said, your piston (ring) manufacturer will be the best source. I have heard people that run nitrous say that they run a wider gap, but too much of a gap may cause a blowby or other seal issues. If it were me (not the sharpest tool in the shed) I'd run a nitrous tune on my regular setup and spray it as is (wet kit) . Especially if you're only going to do it on a drag strip, if ever. Heck Ive seen 100 shots on factory, untuned, cast piston cars/trucks that survive for a "good while". BUT I've never seen it done on a 2.3. All of the 2.3L's that I've seen were SVO Mustangs (turbo). What will your compression be? What tuning software? Suspension coilovers? Do you have build thread on a site somewhere... I'd like to watch the progress.
  4. Hello from ft Campbell, TN

    Welcome SE in Chappel Hill is awesome. Rock Castle is a 1.45 hour drive from you but it goes out to 1600. You may be able to get on the 1600 since you're active duty. www.rockcastleshootingcenter.com/ranges-and-rates
  5. Milt Sparks Versa-Max Holster with 1.5" belt loops for a 4" 1911, in nice condition. I also have a set of Kydex K-Clips that replace the snap loops. The snap loops are easy to install if you wanted to have them in lieu of the Kydex. $125
  6. My new MK18 build

    It turned out real nice!
  7. Bumpstock ban WILL affect all semi autos

    Yikes! That's insane.
  8. Up for sale is a US Optics SN3 3.2-17x44 with a 3omm main tube. It is an older USO scope but has been on a safe queen for all of its life. It is 95% like new... no major or minor scrapes or dents. Details are as follows: Mag range: 3.2-17x Obj. lens: 44mm Main tube: 30mm Elevation: EREK Mil Windage: Mil, right side Reticle: Mil-GAP Parallax: TPAL Illumination: Analog, red, right side Finish: Factory Black USO 4" Sunshade, USO Factory Flip Caps *I do not have the original box. I have requested a build sheet from USO. Was a $2,600+ scope new. Super Glass in this one! It has been mounted in Badger Ordnance M40A3 quality rings torqued to 15 in'lbs. The ring marks are very light to "if any". The photos show condition. I'm asking ̶$̶1̶,̶6̶5̶0̶ $1,450 OBO + shipping, or trade towards a high quality scope in Moa/Moa e.g. Nightforce NXS. Paypal + fee (or gift), USPS MO, or Cash.
  9. Lost a member this week - Mike Fite

    Man that's sad. He seemed like a great guy with awesome taste in firearms. His shop was over here in Donelson, I think.
  10. Moving Safe

    I was going to say the Safe House... but you may want to check with Parker's for another quote. http://www.parkerssafesandvaults.com/delivery-safe-moving
  11. Fell into an 11.4oz S&W 340PD

    I traded for a 340pd last weekend... so 125's are as heavy as I should go? I will have to research the speer sb loads.
  12. wanted Found Pelase close

    Bump... Found one on GB but rather look at one in person.

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