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About ARO Matt

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  1. BTT, more trade options added. Let me know what you've got.
  2. I have a brand new in the box, unfired Gen 4 Glock 21 (.45 ACP). This is the factory full FDE version. Comes with three mags and everything else a new Glock comes with. For an outright sale I can arrange to ship to your FFL if you're not in the Clarksville area as well. $650 OBO Possible trade options: RIA 10mm 1911 G20 Gen 4 (prefer full FDE, but may consider standard black) G40 Walther Q5 Match CZ P10C
  3. various 10mm ammo View Advert I've got several boxes of various 10mm ammo for sale (360 rounds total). I can meet in or around the Clarksville/Ft. Campbell area within reason (no shipping). I have: 2 boxes Double Tap Equalizer, 230gr JHP, 20 rounds per box -- $40 for both 1 box Federal Hydra-Shok, 180gr JHP, 20 rounds -- $20 2 boxes Double Tap Defense, 135gr Controlled Expansion JHP, 50 rounds per box -- $90 for both 3 boxes Sig Elite Performance, 180gr FMJ, 50 rounds per box -- $60 for all three 1 box Double Tap Target, 180gr FMJ, 50 rounds -- $20 $220 for all of it. If you want to mix and match, PM me and we'll work something out. Advertiser ARO Matt Date 06/02/2017 Price $220.00 Category Gear Classifieds Manufacturer various Type of Item 0  
  4. Sorry fellas, gun was sold some time ago. I just didn't get the post changed.
  5. The M600 is a good light, especially if you're getting a good deal on it, you won't be disappointed. I'm an Aimpoint guy and a top mounted X200/X300 doesn't get in the way. If the extra length isn't an issue then no worries with the Scout. Metal because I just prefer it. I've broken, cracked, and melted polymer bits on a few occasions. Nothing catastrophic in the moment, but I just prefer the metal. Shooter's preference. Battery type, again, shooter's preference. If you're not running your gear hard then the internals you're talking about will probably hold up fine. As for extended power loss, well I'll refer back to intended use. It's not like you're going to walk around with it on for hours at a time. The batteries will last quite awhile. I understand your reasoning though. Strobing isn't something I use much, and Surefire doesn't offer it. I was just bringing up another possible consideration. Back to my favorite term "shooter's preference."
  6. I've rescheduled with the owner for a demo next month so I can have more detailed information after I put my hands on it. The friend that went in my stead shot the pistol version. He stated the pistol had practically zero recoil and mostly in the form of a rearward push vs muzzle rise. He was able to run mags as fast as he could accurately engage, and had no malfunctions of any type. Slow, steady fire at 25 and 50 yards the pistol was extremely accurate, with an unmeasured "golf ball sized" group after a complete magazine (I didn't ask whether it was match or bulk .45). Trigger pull out of the box felt, to him, more smooth and somewhat lighter than a standard AR, but not like a match trigger. Most of the gun, mags included, are proprietary. Per one of the owners, this was done to ensure quality control with their system. I can understand that as most people won't care that a bad aftermarket mag or incorrect combination of aftermarket buffer and spring is causing a malfunction. They would just know that "the gun won't shoot" and it'll be bad reviews and sold down the road. However, the part most of us care about, the trigger/FCG is replaceable with standard AR trigger components. Meaning you can go by that sweet BRAND X AR trigger you love and drop it in this. All told it was a positive review from a trusted friend, and I'll confirm it in a few weeks when I send rounds downrange with it.
  7. You're likely to get a lot of varying responses to this. Ultimately it comes down to shooter preference and intended use. I prefer to run my light (old school X200) without a tape switch and simply locate it on the top rail where I can activate it with a little forward thumb pressure. I've used pressure switches and multiple locations over the years and I've settled on that setup to simplify and take a point of failure out of the equation. Scout lights are pretty good but take up more rail space (especially the AA). If you're set on the scout, get a Mini-Scout. However, I'd look at the X300 first. More output, more compact, and I know for a fact they're durable. I'd also go with a CR123 powered model of whatever you get, no doubt. They are great when you have them, so go get some, they're readily available. Metal rail sections. Skip the AA solar attachment, upgraded internals, and all that extra fiddling around. Why buy a brand new light only to have to buy and install aftermarket parts just to make it as bright as a model you could have bought to begin with? And to be blunt, you're buying a weapon light right? It's not a flashlight to see around your house in a power outage, so it won't be on for long periods of time. You'll flip it on, flip it off, and repeat as necessary only when engaging a threat or investigating a possible threat. One thing you didn't mention is a strobing capability. It all comes down to intended purpose, but I can tell you the strobing weapon light is pretty disorienting on the receiving end. It takes a little more practice on the giving end, but not too much more. Shooter preference.
  8. I'll be checking back here through the day as time permits, so if you've got a question just hit me up and I'll answer what I can. And I have donuts...come get some [emoji631] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. I'm helping out a friend with his tables at the Goodman gun show at Wilson County Expo center today. Come check us out at the Alan's Arsenal booth! Really trying to push inventory so prices are outstanding. We're also giving away an M&P 15 Sport II. Link to register here: Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Yep, that's my .38 there...well, not mine, but a twin. Second favorite handgun I've ever owned, and was a birthday gift from my wife to top it off. My fault though. I stopped at a "no carry" establishment and left it in the car. Then forgot about it when I got home. Someone decided to check my car for stuff that night and bingo, they had a winner. Awesome gun though!
  11. Sadly I took no pics of my EDC Guardian .38 Super before it was stolen...loved that gun!

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