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Crazy Coot

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About Crazy Coot

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  • Birthday 03/17/1979

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    Lafayette, TN

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  1. I’m willing to sell the gun and scope separately if anyone is interested
  2. I'm selling an AR15 that I just finished building. All parts on this firearm are new. This firearm has never been fired. The following are included: Ballistic Advantage 20" barrel - 5.56 Government Rifle Length Modern Series Barrel Aero Precision Upper Receiver Aero Precision Atlas 15" S-One M-Lok Handguard Anderson Manufactuing Lower Receiver LaRue Tactical MBT-2s Trigger Bravo Company Gunfighter Charging Handle Palmetto State Armory Bolt Carrier Group - Nitride MPI Magpul MOE Grip Magpul ACS Stock Mil-Spec Buffer Tube Assembly Scope Deta
  3. I’m looking for input from anyone who has experience with the Remington V3. This gun shoulders well for me and the price is hard to beat. I’ll be using this gun 100% for waterfowl hunting. Any input on this gun would be much appreciated!
  4. Glock 43 for sale. The only aftermarket part it has are the sights. I installed a set of Glock night sights on this. It has some normal holster wear but this gun is in great shape. Gun is located in Macon County. $500
  5. For sale is a gently used Remington 870 20 gauge. This has a 28" barrel and accepts shells up to 3". This accepts screw-in chokes and comes with a Primos Jelly Head turkey choke. No trades please. Gun is located in Macon County. $325
  6. I currently have a Shield and have carried it IWB for 2 or 3 years now. I shoot it really well and like pretty much everything about it. However, it does seem a little heavy compared to the G43 and is a little taller. Honestly, I'm partial to Glocks. Had the G43's been out at the time I bought the Shield, I probably would have went with the G43. I pocket carry a G42 and I shoot it almost as well as the Shield. For those of you that have shot both, which do you prefer?
  7. Thanks for all the replies. I realize I'm in the minority for wanting a pocket pistol WITH a thumb safety but I know there are options out there. I've carried an LCP in a holster in my pocket but I never felt comfortable with it. Every gun I've ever owned before that gun had a safety so it's my natural instinct to reach for the safety before I shoot. Simply put - I just feel more comfortable with a pocket pistol with a thumb safety.
  8. I'm considering a pistol for pocket-carry and I'm only interested in one with a thumb safety. Any suggestions?
  9. I currently have a Gen 4 Glock 17. I like it but am just not that crazy about it. I also have a Shield 9 that I conceal carry and I love it, especially the ergos of it. I'm considering selling my Glock and going with a full size M&P 9. For those of you that have experience with both the Glock 17 and the S&W M&P 9mm, which do you prefer and why?

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