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Everything posted by Ronald_55

  1. Wow I wish I was coming back that way soon. I have a couple monitor arms these could sit on.
  2. Look at me... I have zip ties on my gun and masking tape on my gas mask.... Oh and I have a thing for buckles...
  3. I have often wondered about wiring old camera flashes at the top of door frames and to a central console where you can set them off. Disorienting the attempted intruder and letting them know you are on to them might end the attempt with no ramifications. Would take a bit of work, but not be too hard based on your house setup. @dralarms Ever seen anything like that?
  4. Hope everyone had a good one. Now back to work for us wage slaves... Gotta start paying the credit card bills
  5. Interesting that Hickman County is not included in the TN Property tax map info.
  6. Why am I scared to know what it was REALLY used for before..
  7. That dish would have made a good paper target holder
  8. If I did this I would have to ensure no ammo was in the house...maybe for weeks...else she would use it on me. And my kids are old enough to know already.
  9. Is it more about the decorative or the hiding part?
  10. I am ALWAYS buying ammo. I figure if I could theoretically shoot everything up before I die of old age, I don't have enough. And I mean shooting 24/7/365......
  11. Brown's Mill and Ft Henry still had some .32 and .25 a couple days ago
  12. 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
  13. Whew, gnats are gonna be scared of you. Try to give them a fighting chance at at leadt 100 yds That setup looks nice!
  14. Forgot to mention, Bristol, VA exit 7. had a few .357 Sig Win White boxes too
  15. 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.
  16. @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
  17. 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.
  18. 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
  19. Adoption is a great thing. It has a lot of legal and emotional hurdles, but it is worth it.
  20. 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.

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