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Wingshooter last won the day on June 1

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About Wingshooter

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    Southeast TN
  • Interests
    Hunting, shooting, archery, camping, flying jets
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  • Handgun Carry Permit
  • Law Enforcement
  • Military
  • NRA
  • Carry Weapon #1
    Glock 19
  • Carry Weapon #2
    Glock 43

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  1. How can you pass up bikini?
  2. I am very happy with my pistols in general, and I'm happy with my carry choices: Although I have good variety of pistols, I typically carry Glocks. The G43 with Talon grips and Ameriglo Operator night sights makes me very happy for summer concealed carry or deep concealment. the G19 with the same sights as the G43 is for the times I don't have to be as concerned about concealabity. the G20 with the same night sights as the g43 and g19 is my best friend when I'm in the woods. I carry it in a Safailand ALS OWB holster and load it with Underwood HC 200gn. oh, and I'm happy with my G17 for 3gun in a Safariland ALS OWB holster. You guessed it... same Ameriglo sights. I believe in commonality
  3. Glock43 with the flush mag in a pair of Undertech holster shorts works for me in that scenario. I can go tie and dress shirt tucked into dress pants no problem. No hooks on the belt, no evidence of it at all. Plus the Undertechs keep the undershirt tucked in tight
  4. Welcome!
  5. I sure hope Scalise makes a speedy recovery and the GOP doesn't turn on our gun rights over this. I really want it to be easier to buy a silencer.
  6. Left-wing radical strikes again. Thankfully the LEOS were right there to put the shooter down
  7. Interesting. I just read most of the reviews. I'm extremely curious about De Ja Vu now, lol.
  8. I had to get a host for my new Spectre II can, so I got an M&P 22 Compact. I just shot it, and it's really quiet with subs. So much fun
  9. Tons of it at Sportsmans in Chatt. I'm well stocked, so It's still a little more than I'm going to pay at the moment ($35 / brick). They had CCI, Rem, and a few other brands. Good to see it coming back though.
  10. Not a Form1, but my July Form4 silencer was approved!
  11. where'd you dig that up? It was bad enough until I zoomed in and saw HRC's mug on the grip
  12. I bought the shockwave from the same LGS where I had previously purchased the tube, so they already knew it would fit. If I was ordering it, I might get the tube with it also so you don't have to track one down later. I'm not sure how it will fit on a fluted tube. I just put a caliper on my tube... 1.245"
  13. I bought just the brace. I already had a pistol buffer tube, spring and buffer on it with a foam pad. I took the pad off and the shockwave fit perfectly. It fit tight enough that there's no wobble, and there's a set screw on the bottom to lock it in place. The tube was a cheap one... Anderson I think.
  14. That turkey's yuge
  15. I was riding the mower today and thinking seriously about getting a goat.

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