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krunchnik

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About krunchnik

  • Rank
    THE CROW
  • Birthday 06/30/1958

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Lakeland,Tennessee
  • Interests
    shooting,fishing,computers
  • Occupation
    Range Armorer

Contact Methods

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Miscellaneous

  • Handgun Carry Permit
    Yes
  • Law Enforcement
    No
  • Military
    No
  • NRA
    Yes
  • Carry Weapon #1
    KIMBER SUPER CARRY PRO
  • Carry Weapon #2
    KIMBER ULTRA CARRY II

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  1. For Sale is my Kimber Pro Aegis II-round count is unknown but is fairly low-I have 4 magazines included which are 2 Metalform and 2 Kimber-also including 2 Wolff Xtra Power recoil springs. Only modification is a Ed Brown Chainlink mainspring housing that replaced the plastic Kimber. Asking $850.00 including everything-comes in original case with manuals. Will not ship-Has to be a Tennessee resident- Contact me by PM or E-mail krunchnik@comcast.net
  2. I also vote for sending it in-you more than likely will get a new slide and barrel-which pretty much makes the pistol like new.
  3. Yup-They're all busy trying to dance on our rights-where do these idiots come from!
  4. I am gonna repeat what Garufa said-worth is what someone is willing to pay
  5. Your completely right about all plastic.I am the armorer at Range USA and we have a S&W 15-22 in our rental inventory-I clean it every 2 weeks and it is holding up pretty well. So far all I have replaced is an extractor hook and plunger with spring-A parson can replace the trigger group but the plastic lower pin holes get a little out of shape fairly easy. Magazines are kind of a soft spot-the feed lips at the rear get a groove worn in and the rounds will self feed all over the floor-it would be a good idea to have one as a spare.
  6. There is a company called Better Mag that makes a lower magazine well adapter that fits into the AR lower and converts it to use the S&W MP15-22 magazines that also works as a last round hold open.I have one for my dedicated CMMG upper and they work really well.A person just slides the adapter into the lower and install the upper assembly and away you go.
  7. Hey Everyone I have a Ruger GP100 halfshroud fixed sight in .357 Mag that I would like to sell. I am asking for $550.00 cash which will include the original grips-I have the box and owners manual as well. I am including several sets of Hogue wood grips also Altamont factory Ruger style full grips. Also would include a Galco Combat Master brown holster. Well all thats left is the typical legal drivel-will only trade or sell to a Tn resident. No shipping Now onto the pictures Here we have 2 of the sets of grips included If interested my E-Mail krunchnik@comcast.net or by PM Thanks For Looking Meet FTF Will travel a short distance for the right deal. Memphis or Lakeland area
  8. If it looks like a duck---
  9. This would have zero impact on crime-if background checks were to work they wouldn't be needing anything more.
  10. Thanks for the heads up-I have watched all previous showings
  11. Yup-all steel and heavy at that
  12. I have the .40 S&W version of 4-and rotate it with my Ultra Carry.My version is a bit heavier than the 9mm but still very well carried.I run mine with a fair amount of FP10 on the rails and have as of yet experienced no feed issues.
  13. I sent an e-mail to everyone of our representatives from Tennessee stressing my dislike for all three of these bills

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