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About WFM

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  1. WFM

    Carry Permit Question

    That's all that I needed, but that was over 20 years ago.
  2. Just one more reason why I carry concealed everywhere I go.
  3. Teds Sporting Goods here in Columbia, Tn. carries black powder.
  4. WFM

    Rifles... 22 caliber Whatcha got?

    A Ruger 10/22 I have had for 30 years and shot thousands of rounds with no issues. I would never get rid of it, however about 6 months ago I bought a Ruger American Compact .22 wmr and have been very surprised what an accurate bolt action it has been for an inexpensive rifle.
  5. WFM

    9mm subcompact choice

    I carried a Kahr CM-9 for 4 years and was very pleased with it, just over 14 ozs. Now for the last 18 months I have been carrying a Kimber Micro 9 and have been very happy with it. No issues of any kind and shoots better than the Kahr.
  6. WFM

    Tula "Perfecta" Ammo

    I sure hope the Perfecta ammo runs well. I just bought 8 boxes of the 9mm for $6.94 a box of 50 and 2 boxes of .40 cal for $8.94 a box of 50 which was all the .40 cal. they had but have  .45 cal. coming in by the weekend at the Spring Hill  Walmart. The sporting goods manager said this pricing is going on for a while longer. You can't  go wrong at this price even if you have a few misfires.  
  7. WFM

    OK, tell me about firing Kahr CM or PM9

    I shoot better at the range with my cm-9 than I do with a much heavier Beretta px-4 subcompact 9 mm. Follow up shots are possible one handed  and accurate if you don't push the distance.

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