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krunchnik

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About krunchnik

  • Rank
    THE CROW
  • Birthday 06/30/1958

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

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. Crappy weather is right-seem's like it will not stop raining-everyday I get up look outside and say to my wife(Oh look it's doing something different)Really it's not I just say that!!
  2. And not to forget the Prep H Wipes-also doubles as dish rag and nose wiper! In all seriousness I am not really sure what else I could squirrel away that I already do not have-possibly some of those entirely yummy MRE's
  3. I am thinking that a crush washer is not needed as long as the hider is clocked correctly. I have installed 2 of the Kaw Valley Comps that come with the instructions to not use a crush washer-as to they are not a necessity.
  4. Yup-once you have one they multiply-ask me how I know.
  5. The safety switch getting bumped has happened to anyone I know that carries a 1911 style handgun-has even happened to me-but the normal person checks the safety every now and then-I know I do.
  6. If it walks like a duck-it's probably a duck. In other words if it seems too good to be true-it probably is.
  7. They can already take your guns in the state of Tennessee-I know a neighbor that recently had his firearms taken by Shelby County Sheriffs office-his sister called them because she thought her brother was a danger to himself. He got to spend several days in Lakeside for her efforts including his guns taken. Why in the world would we need more of the same-Democrats enriching our lives again-NOT
  8. I have problems with every dot sight I have tried-dot is a big ol blob with spikes sticking out of it-I use nothing but prism sights or regular scopes now-so annoying.
  9. You would be close to overarmed carrying a Derringer-next best thing would be a Double barrel or an Over Under shotgun-what possible firearm carries only 3 rounds-who here has ever heard of a Threeshooter-would be a revolver with a lisp. Typical Politician wanting over reaching laws that control the populace-Idiot.
  10. I have lived in the West Tennessee area for 20 years and have found exactly nowhere in the woods to shoot-either a Federal Forest range or range's at some of the State Parks-other than that here in the Memphis area the only outdoor range that is public belongs to the MSSF-and it will cost a bit to join. I hope you have better luck in the Spring Hill area.
  11. No Sir-.45ACP it's a shooter that's for sure.
  12. let me get a couple of pictures up-both mine are about 2 years old-I like the bluing-it is actual bluing not the phosphate finish that all the others pass off as bluing.
  13. I have one like Jerry's but with plastic see thru covers-it works pretty well-I also have the Tipton Best Gun Vise-I prefer the Tipton for mounting things like scopes and such.
  14. Decided to put together a AR with a little bling-not a lot just a little.

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