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About tennesseevolz

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  • Birthday 06/03/1979

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    My Family, Guns, and Running


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  1. ATS near Fort Cmpbell, and on the web has some slick set ups- check out the low profile m-4 rig along w/ the war belt / insert, you will be set - they are also stocking the Tacos
  2. ATS has a Multicam Vtac style made in the USA for around $20-
  3. Willis makes some good gear! Also check out ATS near Fort Campbell- great gear, and good dudes.
  4. I'm really looking for something that does not make my neighbors think I am some shtf gun nut- i get busted reloading in the garage all the time, and packing the carbine often does not help out the perception- I have a job that give me a chance to shoot at make shift ranges quite often, plus my company pays for ammo " entertainment expense" - the customers love it!
  5. Does any one have experience with a case like this?? http://www.laruetactical.com/covert-rifle-case-mkII I like the idea of a smaller size case, right now I have a 511 single rifle 36", and it's fine, but if you see it, you know it is a firearm, I would like to have a little more "stealth" when moving my Ar-- please let me know if any one can suggest a source in TN for something similar, and perhaps made in the USA or TN. Thx
  6. I picked up the Refield 3x9x40- @ OA for $180, and they had a quick release 1 piece DNZ mount for $76 not bad for a budget set up- great looking glass, and the accu ranger reticle has bullet comp, a big plus is that the matte finish looks awesome on my colt ar- this is an extra scope (I usually keep my Aimpoint on it) I was able to zero it, and I like it! I also think that you can't beat the fact that is made in the USA ( according to the website) and owned by Leupold.
  7. I would give Jeff Miester @ Hero Gear a shout - he has worked on my 1911's, and builds the Killer Hero Gear 1911- they are just down the road in Winchester!
  8. Has any one used a Redfield 3x9x40 on a flattop AR? If so what do you think? They can be purchased for around $190.00, and I have seen mounts for around $80--- any input would be great- its this or a $400 + Leupold-
  9. Can't go wrong with a Colt 6920- you can find them in Nashville for around $850.00
  10. I agree- M-Tac is a great cc holster- easy to tuck too!
  11. I stopped by Hero-Gear in Winchester today and Jeff, Joe, Mike, and the other guy hooked me up with some Linville Knife & Tool grips for my Colt Defender----they had a box of them, and they were nice looking---check them out before they are gone!!! p.s. they also had PMAGS for $9.99--- awesome deal-- if you buy 2 Joe may be able to retire!
  12. guys- i have been on here for over a year, and can't figure out how to add a picture to my profile--- if some one can help, it is much appreciated--- thx
  13. Try a Lee turret press- you can get all your dies set, and pump out some bullets----not a progressive, but it has some great features!
  14. tennesseevolz

    45 acp

    I have seen the Remington R1 1911 around $600 in the Nashville area---it looks like it may be a great starter 1911-----
  15. The guy at the Triune Saddle Shop can make what will make you happy, and after you pick up your holster, you can get some horse feed next door at TSC!

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