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gregintenn

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About gregintenn

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  • Birthday 07/19/1973

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    Male
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    Lafayette, Tennessee
  • Interests
    Smiths, old Savages, Colts, and Winchesters.

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    Yes
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    Yes
  • Carry Weapon #1
    S&W642
  • Carry Weapon #2
    Ruger LCP

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  1. gregintenn

    Savage 99

    Rimmed cartridges feed fine, as proven by the 303 Savage, 22HP, and the ever popular 30-30. Winchester did chamber the model 65 lever rifle in 218 Bee, which is more or less an improved 22 Hornet. That is as close as you’re going to get unless you have access to a machine shop.
  2. Never once have I been invited to participate in a poll of any type.
  3. You don’t make a post like that without pictures! We’re car guys here as well as gun guys.
  4. It was a convertible. I’m thinking 15k-20k were it really slick.
  5. The paint was fading and the body prep work was less than desirable, so I left it there. It is a shame, as everything was there and in good working condition. No rust. Didn’t appear to have been wrecked. Thanks for all the advice and information!
  6. Big Ed's. They also have one in Red Boiling Springs unless it has closed recently.
  7. That should be fun, and you didn't have to drill into a classic.
  8. That's sad. Rick Scott was supposedly a rock rib conservative.
  9. It happened in Nashville. I feel like my country is squeezing folks like me out, little by little.
  10. I’m supposed to go look at it tomorrow evening. Don’t know about the engine yet. It should have a 1600, right?
  11. Increased velocity and/or lighter projectiles generally make the bullet impact lower in a handgun. This is backward from a rifle. I believe the reduced dwell time the bullet has in the barrel means it exists before the muzzle has a chance to rise as much as it does with a slower projectile with more dwell time. This doesn't seem to be a big factor in rifles. I'm not sure if it's because a rifle bullet has a lower dwell time, or a rifle has less muzzle rise. I suspect the latter is the bigger factor.
  12. Did ya spend more time pushing them or driving them?

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