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  1. Does anyone have any available? Happy to buy or trade you primers for them. Have CCI SPP, CCI LPP, and Federal LRP that I could trade you, or cash. Thanks
  2. Really! I've heard those wild hogs can be good eating, especially the younglings. And also that coyotes can be too haha. Coyote backstrap: (5) Watch | Facebook I haven't tried either so I don't know myself. But I know I have a new chest freezer that I need to fill up...
  3. Wow, that is a lot of pork. What do they do with it all at the end? Do they send it to get processed/take home as much as you want? Or does it get left for coyotes?
  4. New 2021 Federal - Large Pistol Primers - $125/1000 10x Located in South Nashville.
  5. I like the the look of the Henry Golden Boy 22LR or they have some bigger calibers in the same line. Classic look.
  6. There is also this one PSA Dagger Compact Complete Polymer Frame, Black | Palmetto State Armory
  7. Glock Compact (G19, G23, G32) 3rd Gen Stripped Pistol Frame (apwfirearms.com) @hipower in case you are still looking for one, only $110
  8. If deal with DO-TN falls through for any reason let me know. Interested in the 556 as well
  9. 7.62x39 AR15 would be my suggestion.
  10. No, I can't stand stupid Anyway, back to the topic it seems like the stage has been set for more companies to follow suit with these mandates esp after what Biden announced today. I wonder how many will allow for weekly tests, and of those that allow it how many will cover the cost or pass it on... sad times that some people are applauding this "nanny" / "police force" approach to government.
  11. I get it now... you can't handle logic so you resort to insults. What in my post points to me being a chicken... not wanting to subject myself to risks for a potential benefit I can get other ways?
  12. Well, Biden's just announced that all companies with >100 employees will be FEDERALLY MANDATED to require all employees to vaccinate or get tested weekly.
  13. Just because one of its uses is deworming does not mean that is its only use. Have you ever taken Benadryl for allergies? How about sleeping pills? Check the active ingredient - many sleeping pills have the same active ingredient as Benadryl... Ivermectin is a medicine that's been around since 1975 (plenty of time to see side effects) whereas this shot has been around for less than a year. Ivermectin has been prescribed by many, many, many doctors globally and has been observed to be effective at treating the symptoms of COVID19. What people are concerned about is the fact that the vaccine is being mandated for clear political reasons. I hope that clears up your confusion.
  14. All emotion aside, what are the facts you are basing your criticism on? In my well-researched and educated opinion, this vaccine sort of sucks at being a vaccine. It doesn't prevent you from getting COVID-19 nor does it keep the virus from replicating in your body (although it does make you more likely to be asymptomatic... thereby inadvertently making you into a superspreader as you walk around not realizing you're sick because you don't get COVID tests daily) It doesn't keep you from spreading it (see above) There are tons of reported side effects/complications from taking the vaccine, with one of the key doctors behind mRNA technology expressing concern over the spike proteins used in the vaccine delivery technology + stories of spike proteins being found in places they weren't expected to be found in some people who've had the vaccine It makes the most severe symptoms less severe... but so does being healthy (losing weight, eating better) and being healthy has not been associated with any negative side effects besides needing to buy new clothing perhaps So if you want to take the vaccine for the benefit of #4 (a personal benefit applicable only to you) that's certainly your choice. But you aren't doing me any favors by getting the vaccine, so I invite you to dismount from your high horse
  15. @bobsguns I found a link to the event I was thinking about. It is advertised in our forum's Events section (although it seems most people missed it). Nashville Constitutional Carry - Open Carry Fundraiser supporting cancer research, gun rights It is happening Sep 19th in Downtown Nashville at the grounds around the Capitol Building at 2PM
  16. Hi Nella, just checking is this event still on? I saw the Facebook event page seems like it has very few people invited. Perhaps you can share this with some of the ranges in the area to help with promotions (Nashville Armory / Franklin Armory / Royal Range / The Armory / Strategic Edge being some of the bigger ranges I know of around here)
  17. Thinking about it, I'd probably also feel a bit on edge if someone I didn't know came to my house open carrying. Lots of negative norms associated with it, from thief or bad guy to simply being a fool. It's funny that them concealed carrying would make the situation feel better. In both cases they have a gun, but if they concealed carry I just don't know about it. I think any logical person would rather know if the person on their property has a gun. And that's my point about norms. The norm is currently against anyone open carrying because those folks who do are "looking for attention" or foolish or potentially more of a risk (and I don't disagree). The few who do open carry become disproportionately our "representatives" to non gun owners, and this may go on to reinforce a negative stereotype of gun owners of the only open carryers are not really representatives of me and you. I see this as an opportunity to possibly change norms, and there's always a risk to doing that. Even if it might lead to a societal good, which I think open carrying could do (coupled with an attitude and culture of training and safety). For now, it's just something I am turning over in my head.
  18. Of course I understand both the points I have been brought up, one about tactical surprise, and the other about whether or not this makes other people uncomfortable/is it about getting attention or something else. Tactically, I agree it's better to not let others know you have a gun most of the time. So I don't see that as a benefit. But things change if there are enough people open carrying in any given area, because criminals would think twice knowing there are so many armed citizens around. Seeing is believing. On the topic of norms, open carry currently gets eyeballs because it's not the norm. If it were, it wouldn't really be an attention getting move anymore. And that's my point is that if we could make guns normal enough, there's a benefit to that culturally. Because then kids growing up who may not be from gun friendly families can more easily explore guns with fewer barriers (often the biggest barrier is just not knowing anything or anyone with guns to ask basic questions). If we don't actively work to influence norms, the left leaning media, politicians, and celebrities tend to influence it in a negative way. If you are not part of gun culture now (which could range from loving guns to just seeing it as a self defense tool), there is a high mental barrier to overcome to get involved because of all the negatives associated to it. @chances R I don't think wearing a gun open carry is force-feeding anybody else to get or carry a gun. Not unless you were to aggressively go up to people and turn your hip to them. ----- From the responses here, it sounds like very few people have experience open carrying outside of law enforcement. I know I haven't. I remember there was someone on this forum advertising an event where open carry would be encouraged, and I believe that event is supposed to be in Nashville. Has that happened? Did anyone here go?
  19. Haven't seen any open carrying in Nashville yet. Curious if anyone has been open carrying themselves or seeing it happen in their part of the state. Saw this article today and I am considering starting to open carry in order to help normalize gun ownership and seeing guns. Responsible Gun Ownership Is a Lie - The Atlantic (of course, this article's arguments are nonsensical... because the best solution for personal safety is "buy a gun + go get trained on your guns/self-defense in general" but the gun-grabbers and their friends NEVER suggest that as a viable option) There are organized forces dead set on turning gun ownership into something bad, irresponsible, and evil. OC'ing and having conversations with people curious enough to ask may be one way to fight back against that.
  20. Is that Wolf and Tula brass or steel?
  21. I have 300 rounds of PMC Bronze 40 S&W. Interested in trading it round for round for 762x39 or 545x39, or selling it. I also have 500 rounds of 12ga 00 buckshot, low recoil 2 and 3/4" from Nobel Sport, that I'd be interested in trading for 762x39 or 545x39 as well. Located in Nashville.


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