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About Ehunt

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    Just Getting Started

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  • Location
    Springfield, TN
  • Interests
    AR building, Hunting, Target Shooting, Hiking, Conservation, History
  • Occupation
    Former Navy Seabee


  • Handgun Carry Permit
  • Law Enforcement
  • Military
  • NRA
  • Carry Weapon #1
    S&W M&P 2.0 9mm
  • Carry Weapon #2
    Sig P238

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  1. Lancer Magazines??

    the ones I had were 5.56, not specifically designed for 300 BLK. That is probably why I was having issues.
  2. It is in fair condition. It has an oil leak that needs repaired, but other than that I have fixed several things and kept up on the maintenance. I just don't need three cars. I'll get some pics put up. It has 230k miles, it is a stout running 4x4. I would ask $3.5k just to pay off my loan on it.
  3. I have a 97 F-150 4x4 that I'm thinking of selling, if you're interested?
  4. Aero Precision.jpg

    Finally got it back for Cerakoting. Built it today and broke-in the barrel! :-)
  5. Another reason to not visit Illinois. http://video.foxnews.com/v/5764996428001/?#sp=show-clips
  6. New to TGO

    Greetings! I am certain that all are welcome, so long as the rules are adhered to. I also am from the West Coast; born in said golden state and was raised in Washington since I was 11, (before the Liberal Invasion). The "Left Coast" is too expensive to live, and far to wacko! Tennessee is beautiful and God has been good to my family and I. Welcome and enjoy!
  7. Any thoughts on 224 Valkyrie?

    I have to echo a lot of what has been said here. the .224 Valkyrie runs off of the 6.8 SPC Bolt and Mags. Just building the upper alone would cost more than the Bolt Action Thompson Center Compass in 30.06 that I have been looking at. That will definitely deliver out to 1,000 yards and won't cost nearly as much as building a Valkyrie upper or building an AR-10. Thanks for the input gentlemen, I was just curious as to what y'all thought.
  8. School me on AR-15s UPDATE: I got one!

    Tell me about it. I have to stop myself on a daily basis from starting another build.
  9. School me on AR-15s UPDATE: I got one!

    Found it! LOL. That is a great price! The S&W M&P15 I had was $575. I ended up selling it to pay bills. Then built Aero Precisions later. Spent about $200 - $300 more than on the S&W, but I think it was worth it. Especially since I waited for sales and used Veteran's Discounts (came in $600 under MSRP).
  10. Any thoughts on 224 Valkyrie?

    Any thoughts on 224 Valkyrie? 90 grains screaming out to 1k+ yards seems very impressive for a .22 caliber.
  11. Coyote hunting

    I have been debating between 224 Valkyrie, 25-45 Sharps, or just staying with the 5.56 NATO in 62 grain or higher... right now sticking with 5.56 is the most cost effective.
  12. New to TGO

    Thank you all. :-)
  13. Snow tomorrow ??

    And meaner. I was in Nome in April of 2010 and them suckers are HUNGRY!
  14. Snow tomorrow ??

    Tell me about it. I about killed myself this morning getting the jungle, my lawn, mowed, coverd the plants and insulated the water faucets... again! But at least there aren't any mosquitos! Lol.
  15. There is another website called 23andme but they're more expensive than ancestry.

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