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About WFM

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    columbia, tenn.
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  1. WFM

    .22 Magnum rifle

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

    .22 Magnum rifle

    I haven't found any problems with availability, but I do agree about the price. I have found the price is different everywhere, Winchester from $10.50 to $16.50 depending on where you buy. Online prices are better.
  3. WFM

    .22 Magnum rifle

    I had considered a .22 mag. for a while, so last Dec. I saw CDNN had the Ruger American .22 mag. compact package deal for $279.00, which included the rifle, sling, an additional stock insert, a Bushnell A17 3.5-10x36mm rimfire scope and mounts. I have been shocked at how accurate this rifle is, check out the reviews on line for this gun. I have had a ball shooting it, and at this price nobody can touch it. Plus .22 mag. ammo is plentiful right now, so I have stocked up. I couldn't be happier with it.
  4. Welcome to Tennessee, I'm just down the road in Columbia.
  5. I also have used PSA and gotten some good deals, especially on 5.56 ammo.
  6. My daughter lives in her first floor condo in a three story building. Her condo was flooded when the condo above hers had a hot water heater rupture. It took two months to replace all the hard wood floors and drywall and get it back to normal. Worst part is the neighbor has no responsibility for any damage. Over head water heaters are an accident just waiting to happen.
  7. Praying that your mothers passing will be peaceful and without suffering. Also praying for you and all of your family members as you go through this loss of your mother.
  8. There are about a dozen YouTube videos showing how to get the same results as a Bump stock using big rubber bands. So are rubber bands still legal after midnight?
  9. WFM

    1911 for carry

    My Colt .45 Defender has a short barrel, has been completely reliable, no plastics, all metal and weights 25 ozs. Pretty light for a metal 1911 .45 very easy to conceal and carry.
  10. WFM

    Remington tac-14

    I have a Shockwave, and between the Remington and Mossburg, the Mossburg is a better made gun, especially considering all of the troubles Remington has had for the last few years.
  11. WFM

    1911 for carry

    A good 1911 for everyday carry is a Colt Defender, I have had one for the last 10 years and have not had a single issue with it. Plus it also comes in 9mm. New they are around $900.00 but I expect you could find a used one in the $600.00 range.
  12. WFM

    Remington tac-14

    In my prior post I was actually referring to the Remington V3 auto, not the Tac-14. The Tac -14 is very similar to the Shockwave. Watch the 3" shells.
  13. WFM

    Remington tac-14

    I have a Mossburg Shockwave in 12 ga. and it is very manageable with 2 3/4" shells. It is not fun at all with 3" shells. Like Garufa posted, the Remington Tac 14 is V3 auto version, different ports are opened or closed depending on the length of shells you choose making it much more manageable with 3" shells. I would love to own one.
  14. Four bad Kahrs? My only experience with Kahr is a CM-9 that I purchased about 7 years ago. It has been perfect right out of the box, I know they recommend a 200 round break-in to be considered reliable, but not a single issue from the first shot. That was about 1500 rounds ago.

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