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About kwe45919

  • Birthday 09/19/1975

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  • Location
    Knoxville, TN
  • Gender
  • Interests
    Guns, guns, cars, and guns
  • Occupation
    Aircraft mechanic


  • Handgun Carry Permit
  • Law Enforcement
  • Military
  • NRA
  • Carry Weapon #1
    Glock 26
  • Carry Weapon #2
    Glock 19

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  1. Tried many ways and types of carry over the years. Always IWB unless at the range or in the wilderness. IWB is 6 o'clock.
  2. Elftmann triggers. They aren't a popular name spit out when talking triggers, but they are baby butt smooth with a Lays potato chip break (if desired) and a reset shorter than a tick turd. All perfect features for precision shooting. JMO
  3. kwe45919


    First was an old single shot Remington, cant remember the model...beat up wood, rusted in many places...I musta shot 1000rnds outa that sucker the first summer I had it...
  4. S&W 19-2 If it was good enough for my papaw and my father to carry while while on duty for Knox City and County, seeing as how it's passed on to me now, it's the only one I will ever want.
  5. If it was easy to ship, I'd pay for shipping and offer a chicken sandwich from your favorite dive for the trouble....
  6. 500 perfect cheap plinking rounds.....can't imagine why these haven't been snatched up yet. Too bad you like living the West side life or Id already be at the range with these GLWS
  7. Size, capacity and what you are wiling to call "cheap" $ wise would help. Example, my Keltec PF9 may be in your "cheap" category price but may not be the capacity/ size you're looking for.
  8. All striker, all the time. Last hammer style pistol carried was probably 20yrs ago...... My papaws service S&w 19-2 is my only hammer and it's in my dads safe.
  9. kwe45919

    Carry History

    My first was a Kimber Pro Carry2 for about 6 months (also first new handgun purchased). Traded that for a Glock 19 which was carried for a year or so then a Gen 3 G26 became my main carry for 10 years till I got a Gen 4 G26 which I still carry to this day. Been carrying 20+ years......
  10. I love mine, have about 1500 rnds out of mine. Everyone loves shooting it at the range. Easy shooting with minimal recoil. I've ran golddots, punch and critical defense through mine and no issues. All my Ets mags work flawlessly in it...
  11. You're outa your mind to let this go. GLWS
  12. Oh I'm sure it would..... its the 2hr drive just to see if it fits me that stinks though. (4hr round trip + gas if it didn't work out) I've sat on n rode a few bikes lately and they haven't been comfortable or felt right. Never thought finding another bike would be this exhausting. I'm not counting yours out yet (unless it sells) but wanting to find one closer if possible before traveling 100miles to look at one.......


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