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Burnman5000

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  1. I had the "full rail" TRP at one time. Semi-regret getting rid of it, but it was one of the nicer 1911's I had owned.
  2. I don't have a Glock 20 anymore, but I loved the pistol and the round. I think it is definitely the best option out there. I know that there is a lot of love in 10mm in the 1911 world but for some reason I feel like research lead me to the fact that the 1911 wouldn't handle the really hot loads of 10mm. I could be misremembering. Either way, definitely look at what ammo you are buying because a lot of the factory stuff on most shelves is loaded to about .40s&w levels.
  3. So, I recently picked up one of Sig's new Cross rifles, shortly before the recall which mine has gone to them and come back already. I'm fairly new to the long range game (anything past 500m), but was wondering how everyone built up knowledge. Was it all from learning from others or was there source material out there that you guys used? I'm sure I'm over-simplifying but I'm just ready to learn. Thanks!

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