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About gearyr

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  • Birthday 09/27/1954

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Castalian Springs, TN
  • Interests
    Shooting & reloading
  • Occupation
    Retired from Bridgestone/Firestone tire plant

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  • Handgun Carry Permit
    Yes
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    Yes
  • Carry Weapon #1
    Taurus PT111 G2
  • Carry Weapon #2
    Springfield Armory XD Mod

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  1. I have a M91/59 I brought at the Nashville gun show back in the late 90's. Paid $100.00 for it. It was and still is in perfect condition. The Russians cut down M91 rifles to carbine length rifles. No bayonet. It is not for sale
  2. What is the law on traveling through Illinois with a TN HCP? Going to St. Louis, MO
  3. I finally found some W748. The guy had 3, 1 pound bottles. Bought all 3.
  4. Well I live 40 miles NE of Nashville. Memphis is too far for me to drive. But thanks anyway
  5. Anyone know where I can get some W748 powder at? Reloaders Bench and Midsouth Shooter's Supply are out. Thanks, gearyr
  6. gearyr

    Taurus G2C

    I have the G2. Never had a problem with it. The 1 problem I had was crappy steel case ammo. The Monarch brand Academy Sports sells. Jammed and several FTF. Brass and alumnium case ammo no problem. gearyr
  7. My wife and I are going on a cruise out of New Orleans soon. We are going to park at the the Port of New Orleans parking garage. I have a carry permit. I can't find out any info on the Port of New Orleans policy on firearms. Thanks, gearyr
  8. It's been awhile since I have done any shooting. I'm a member of The Gallatin Gun Club. Now that it's closed, I have no where to shoot long range rifle at all. The club hasn't bought any land yet for a new range. If the Gallatin Gun Club hasn't got a new range by next year. I won't be joining back up. Not going to pay $200.00 dues with no where to shoot. I guess I'll have to go over to the TWRA range Long Hunter on Fridays. gearyr
  9. I got a e mail from Midsouth Shooters Suppy in Clarksville, TN They have in stock as of this morning. gearyr
  10. I want to buy some stripped AR15 lowers. Who around here has some at a reasonable price? I have found some Anderson lowers on the internet. But I don't want to go through the hassel of doing the transfer fee and all that. Thanks, gearyr
  11. Well I live out here in Castalian Springs. Just a jump and a hop for me to our new range! But the $200.00 a year just might cause a lot of us not join back up. The only way I can do that is. If the club membership can let some of us pay the membership monthly. If not, bye, bye. gearyr
  12. Man I really hate that the Gallatin Gun Club is getting kicked out. I've been a member since 1992. I am only about 9 miles from the range. TVA is saying that the reasons are, security issues, and also safety issues due to planned growth of plant facilities. As far as I know there has never been any incidents of any one shooting out there that has EVER caused any trouble. I say BS! I think it is the current president Obama having to do with this.He hates guns, hates people that owns guns, hates the 2nd amendment , and hates us NRA members! So, hopefully the GGC leadership can build a new gun r
  13. Most of the time when I resize rifle brass. I just take a rag and wipe off the sizing lube. But that is for small runs. Now that I have a AR 15, I have a lot of .223/5.56 brass to resize. Don't want to wipe off every piece of brass.Can I just put the resized brass back in the tumbler with corn media and tumble the lube off? Thanks, gearyr

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