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About WFM

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    columbia, tenn.
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  1. I pray for Gods peace and comfort after your loss.
  2. I also have both, and agree. Big difference in accuracy and distance and the damage to flesh if you hunt. But for putting holes in paper, stick with .22lr.
  3. I have a Ruger American .22 mag, and Winchester 40gr SuperX hollow points has performed better than CCI 40 gr. hollow points. I just received some Armscor 40 gr hollow points I am going to try. I don't expect the results to be near the Winchester rounds, but for the much lower price maybe it will work out. After your results with Federal 3o gr, maybe that's where I should have gone. I was just sticking with 40 gr.
  4. Has anyone used 2a warehouse in the past for ammo. I have not found any reviews for them, but maybe I didn't look hard enough. I got burned once for ordering what looked like a good deal, when my order didn't arrive as promised, I found they had lots of bad reviews. So I try to be a little more careful now.
  5. I've shot three in my yard just this year, and seen many dead ones on the road. They are terrible for digging holes in my yard looking for grubs.
  6. That is a good deal, I wish they were offering a 40 gr. 22wmr. I seem to do better with a 40 gr. with my rifle.
  7. I go to Charlie Haffner Gun Range and really enjoy it. Membership is $90.00 a year, the down side is, it is $90.00 anytime time of the year you join and due again on Jan. 1st.
  8. WFM

    Groundhogs

    Google it on youtube. Quite a few videos of hog hunting with pellet rifles, just not your typical Walmart pellet rifles.
  9. I had one and never had any kind of issues with, but I found that I never carried it because for a subcompact, 27 ozs. is heavy. But it was a great gun.
  10. WFM

    Scoped Revolver

    I had a Ruger Redhawk .41 mag. with a scope. I sold it about 12 years ago and have regretted ever since.
  11. I got the 12 ga. shockwave about a year and a half ago. It is fun to shoot, but it does have a respectable recoil with 2 3/4" shells. Forget the 3" shells. I have never tried the mini shells but they would have much less recoil, but they are expensive. I just stick with the cheap 2 3/4" shells and blast away. Have fun with it.
  12. I would think soaking wood in hot water could possibly change the way it would fit after it dried. I've had hard wood floors get wet and swell and never go back to fit correctly.
  13. Welcome, from Columbia. As a young man living in Chattanooga about 50 years ago, we would go trout fishing at a Gee Creek up at Tellico. Is the range at the same Gee Creek?
  14. WFM

    .22 Magnum rifle

    I shoot Winchester and CCI, but I do get better results from Winchester.

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