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DennisG

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  1. I've carried a Shield with a 7-round flush mag at 3 o'clock in a CompTac MTAC holster with a slight forward cant and found it hides very well there, though I do have to buy shirts a size larger to disguise the added bulk. I also carry a pair of 8-round mags IWB at 9 o'clock and find that balances everything very well. I've never tried it further back on my hip as that would seem to interfere with seat backs, etc, and given that I spend all day in a chair, that might not be very comfortable.
  2. Belk's outside Smithville had a selection of P365s available last week when I was in there.
  3. Belk Grocery and Sporting Goods outside Smithville had one in stock when I was there yesterday.
  4. I have about a quart of cleaned and deprimed Hornady .22 Hornet brass and about two quarts of clean but mostly unprocessed .32 S&W Long brass (mostly Lapua, S&B, and G.F.L. headstamps) available. Claim here and PM to arrange transfer. I can mail them or meet FTF in the area bounded by Murfreesboro, McMinnville, Cookville, and Lebanon. Edit: Both have been claimed.
  5. I've carried a Shield for years, first the 1.0, and now the 2.0. After shooting a buddy's P365XL I decided to make the switch. The XL is about 1/2" longer on the slide and near identical in all other dimensions to the Shield with a 7-round flush magazine. The XL has 12+1 in that footprint. I use a Hogue grip on both to better fit my hand. I heard the new Shield was coming, but found an XL at Academy last week and the choice was made.
  6. I've had a Hellcat for a bit over a year, and bought it with the intention to replace my Shield 2.0 for EDC. However it hasn't yet replaced the Shield because the grip is a bit too small and there is a minor issue that I need to adjust my grip to fix. The Shield's grip was also too small, but I found a Hogue sleeve made it just right. Hogue recently released grip sleeves for the Hellcat (and the P365) so I will be giving the Hellcat another evaluation. A buddy has a P365 and I got Hogue sleeves for both of them and did a side-by-side comparison. My trigger finger liked the profile of the
  7. HSI is actually pretty available in places. Most of Smith County has fiber available, and DTC has fiber to parts of Dekalb County with a nice map showing where it's coming in the next 24 months or so (https://dtcfiber.net/front_end/zones) I currently have 25/3 aDSL, having given up gig fiber in the move from Virginia, and it's bearable - I can stream 4k shows fine.
  8. DennisG

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    I have one of the above-ground Dakota alert sensors that can transmit 200 yards to the house.. It's aimed about 4' above the driveway and is about 20' back. It catches UPS, Fedex, and most cars all the time, but the dark Amazon vans at night it only catches as they leave, and sometimes light colored cars during the day slip by. I'll be looking at adding one of the magnetic sensors to try and improve that accuracy. It catches me walking by to get the mail, and occasionally things early in the morning (hopefully of the four-legged variety). I also have the Dakota receiver tied into a Z

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