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  1. swiley383

    Taurus G2C

    Probably going to be getting one on layaway the week after next.
  2. swiley383

    Taurus G2C

    After looking around today she did not like the G2c or the shield and p365. So far she is really leaning towards the Glock 43x. She also handled a Rugar LCP9 and a Walter PPQ but kept going back to the G43X. I found a used LCP9 with a really good price and 6 mags but she didn’t like how it felt. s long as it’s something she like and will carry I am OK paying extra plus we all know how well Glocks run.
  3. swiley383

    Taurus G2C

    Have been at Taurus G2C for my wife’s EDC anybody have any experience with these good or bad? She finally agreed to start carrying so doing a little research on this gun. I like the 12 rounds capacity just just not sure about the Taurus brand. We are going today to let her put her hand on a few different ones like the shield and maybe a G26 or a Sig. I really like the price of the Taurus but if it won’t work when needed it not a deal.
  4. I shot a 320 at Sig day at a local gun shop and really liked it. Honestly I shot it slightly better than my G19
  5. Now having problems with Blue bullets lots they won’t pass the plunk test or fit my Lyman cartridge gauge. I have this problem since I started though I had it figured out but out of every 100 I have had anywhere from 4 to 12 fail. All that I have pulled measure.355 and the bras measures in spec. I experimented with seating depth and crimp and no crimp( normally don’t crimp 9mm). The one that pass shoot great just not sure what is happening here.
  6. Using 5.0 grains of Accurate #5 and they are sized to .355. I just found 2 more companies I want to try DG bullets and Gallent bullets. Both are coated and and little cheaper than blue bullets. DG has a 1100 bullet quick ship box of 125 grain bullets for $68 shipped.
  7. Try Tennessee gun county in Clarksville they have a section of there counter dedicated to LEO/ military.
  8. I upped the charge of Accurate No. 5 and ended up with a very ni e load. Seems these bullets really like that powder.
  9. Anyone using a Bravo concealment OWB or IWB holster? Considering one looks like you can swap out clips and change from a OWB to a IWB. Cost is very reasonable currently on sale for 39.99 shipped.
  10. Try Ruel King in Clarksville they always have some some SR1911 in the case. You can also check RK guns.com.
  11. Cheatam game reserve has a public range I think it cost $5.50. It dose get crowded.
  12. My name is Shane and I just singned up. I have been shooting since I was around 6 or7 I have been reloading now for 6 or 7 years right as everything ammo and gun related disappeared. Currently I load 9mm, 45 ACP, 38 Spl and rifle I load 223 rem and 308 win. I also play with old cars and dona little drag racing.
  13. Experimenting with some 125 grain blue bullets in 9mm. Anyone have any experience with these? I have a good load worked up with HP-38 working on one with Accurate No5 and just picked up some Unique. So far I have found that you must put a good amount of bell on the case. These will be shot mostly in a Glock 19, S&W SD9VE and M&P 2.0 compact and will most like get shot from my dad’s hi power and shield.

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