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JustEd

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  • Birthday 11/26/1949

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    Sevierville, TN
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  • Carry Weapon #1
    SW Bodyguard 38
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    Ruger LCP II

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  1. At this point have to accuse myself of thread napping. However this is what the Hellcat OSP looks like with Holosun 407k x2 in DeSantis Variable GRD holster Notice the forward top part of the holster offers some protection to the lens of the red dot
  2. No reason to do entire slide. It is just two marks under the Holosun, like screw heads. I just coated mine with cold blue. Really no big deal. Mind you that was having a gun smith mill the lugs down. If you diy with a file there would be more metal exposed Also, a adapter plate would keep the Holosun from co witnessing. It does that nicely if mounted directly onto slide. 407k or 507k.
  3. Exactly. Not hard to do or have done. Cost me 50 bucks at a smith
  4. Not a shill for Smoky Mountain Guns and Ammo, but just notices they have the Hellcat OSP with WASP red dot for $629.99
  5. I have one, but too much money into mine to sell it (trigger and fit to Holosun) SMGA has them new in stock for $489.99.
  6. Sorry you haven't sold this yet. It's a nice gun at a fair price. Live at the other end of the State or would one considering it. Best of Luck!
  7. Yeah, I apologize for the reloading is the way to go comment. Just figured you were set up for that. Indeed primers are extremely hard to find.
  8. https://guns.fandom.com/wiki/Mateba_MTR-8 Which such a short barrel I am surprised that it was intended for the target shooter. Possibly for steel challenge or such?
  9. btw, I belong to both. ORSA is large and the creme de la creme of shooting venues, it has EVERYTHING. Gatlinburg is much smaller and the road up the hill is all gravel. While small the club has a plucky "can do" attitude. Very grateful to have both of them available to me. Great people at both of them.
  10. Gatlinburg Sportsman's Club has a pretty nice steel pistol range set up. https://www.gatlinburgsportsman.com Don't know if you meant rifle or pistol. If rifle, ORSA would be the place to go. http://orsaonline.org/ Both are membership ranges. However, Gatlinburg may allow a visitor. You should contact them via email for a look see: gatsport@live.com PM me if any other questions.
  11. What stance should one take on violent home intruders? Savage them
  12. Glad to see a classic arm coming back. The SA looks like the one to check out, don't know anything about this one In a free country a long long time ago, me and most of my friends chose customized 1911’s over the Hy Po. Were we wrong? Was the 1911, not the best of the 20th century? If not, why did it win all the competitions?* The 9mm round was looked at as some foreign whimpy cartridge back then (not now). *In retrospect it might be because thats mostly what people shot. Ok some 38 holdouts I actually shot a couple of matches with a friends SW model 52.
  13. And only a 180 day minimum lead time. Well that’ll give us all time to save up.
  14. If it was me, I have a good gunsmith who could tell me if it is fixable or if I should get a new slide from Smith,

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