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Ronald_55

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  1. Brown's Mill and Ft Henry still had some .32 and .25 a couple days ago
  2. Market St in Johnson City had a decent amount. Some 9mm, lots of .45, some .223, some 7.62x39, .380, and .38 No 5.56
  3. Whew, gnats are gonna be scared of you. Try to give them a fighting chance at at leadt 100 yds That setup looks nice!
  4. Forgot to mention, Bristol, VA exit 7. had a few .357 Sig Win White boxes too
  5. Made a stop by Bristol, VA exit 7. when I left there were still several boxes of white box Win .38 ($9), Hst .380, ($9), and did have some .223 ($14 ??) and 7.62x51. No 5.56 or 7.62 x 39. I picked up some .38 Win, .38 HST, and .380 HST. I also noticed reloading stuff (bullets, dies, and such) seemed to be clearancing out too.
  6. @TNPossum Stopped by Ft Henry at lunch. Besides LOADS of .40 S&W, they had a few boxes of .32 Auto and .25 Auto. I bought the last box of .380 Tula, and last 4 boxes of Tula .45. Clerk said someone bought $1000 of ammo yesterday in one transaction. Said sold out of most stuff yesterday
  7. If it were my first and I already had a carry semi, a K frame S&W in .38 would be my first choice. As @Grayfox54 said, there are millions of them, so they can be had relatively cheap if you watch. These are 4 inch barrels on most of them. They can be cc'd, but are a lot heavier than some of the smaller frame guns. Even the S&W Model of 1903 or 1905 .38s that are from the 20's (like a couple I have) are still 100% reliable as they creep towards 100 years old. If prettiness is not an issue, some of these old revolvers that have worn gluing or nickle can be a great deal.
  8. Dang, I gotta find some time to stop by there. I passed it earlier today. If I get done early tonight maybe I can. Not that I NEED any more ammo. ... but.... lol
  9. Adoption is a great thing. It has a lot of legal and emotional hurdles, but it is worth it.
  10. Sounds great. I get to go with Dad in a couple weekends. We were the same as I grew up. First day I ever hunted I saw 1 doe too far out for my confidence level. Never saw another doe or buck all the years until last year. Of course I did see a huge buck while I was squirrel hunting as a kid. He almost ran me over. If he had not seen me that .410 single shot with birdshot wouldn't have stopped him. My 14 year old took one a couple years ago with my father-in-law. Has no more interest in it now. Of course I did not bring him up hunting because I didn't have a chance for years. Glad to hear he is improving. Attitude is a large part of it. Hope he is back to 110% soon.
  11. In all honesty, I bet the web store side is outsourced, or at least ran on 3rd party servers. Usually when it starts the IT guys get to give it a green light and keep up with it. At some point someone puts reduced cost above security and changes are made that put things at risk. Cheaper hosting companies, cheaper 3rd party vendor software, and etc. end up meaning less security. How else can they do it cheaper without cutting things out?
  12. I never said to use a brace as a stock. Proof of Intent to use a brace that way probably would translate to the same as having a stock in court. The 2 separate legal issues here are the legality of braces and the legality of shouldering a brace. The ATF can change rulings at their whim so that means you need to keep up on the current opinion. Luckily most braces are easily removed. The origional comment I responded to referenced using a lower differently than the paperwork filed. For example building a rifle on a lower transfered as a pistol. Those situations are much less gray area. I just mentioned braces as an additional wrinkle.
  13. For how cheap lowers are, it is not worth the risk. Complete pistol lower $120 https://palmettostatearmory.com/psa-ar-15-complete-stealth-classic-shockwave-pistol-lower-no-magazine-black.html Complete Rifle lower $130 https://palmettostatearmory.com/psa-ar15-freedom-classic-lower-odg-7779347.html Having one of each around in case you want to build another one is not a huge outlay and you can switch uppers around as long as the rife meets minimum barrel length. Just remember a pistol is a pistol until you put a stock on it, then it is either a sbr or a rifle ( depending on barrel length) and per ATF can't go back. Of course pistols can use braces.... Did I miss anything on the tangled web of AR legality?
  14. I keep Glocks and Ar-15s because they are the lowest common denominator. If things go bad, I can probably find parts easily. I do not prefer them though. A S&W in .32 S&W I have is a much nicer reliable gun, but parts and ammo would be scarce. So Glock can announce whatever they want. Unfortunately, almost immediately some people will try to sell their previous gen or model to "upgrade".
  15. I pulled some out of an old set of blinds at one point to replace mine. It was white, but eh.. Good to know
  16. Seems a bit odd, but we may never know the whole truth.
  17. Our of stock everywhere I look so far
  18. I say this in the nicest way... I hate you guys... Where I get to hunt taking a 4 point would be a FANTASTIC day. Taking one of those might might cause me some cardiac arrest....
  19. PSA Black Friday Preview. I got an email, but did not see all on site.

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