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reed1285 last won the day on September 14 2017

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About reed1285

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    "Let me guess, this isn't about the alcohol or tobacco?"
  • Birthday 12/24/1985

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    Chattanooga, TN
  • Interests
    firearms (duh), rc, atv's, off roading, hunting, fishing, family time
  • Occupation
    Client Services Manager


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  • Carry Weapon #1
    XDS 45
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  1. Yep we have determined it is more than likely a log perch
  2. A buddy caught this fishing in a new river spot yesterday. We have never seen or caught one before and just wondering what it is? How common are they? Thanks in advance.
  3. It is a classic for sure. I really enjoy the watch and have received a few compliments on it while wearing it. Just time to change it up!
  4. Up for trade or possible sale is my Hamilton Khaki 44mm mechanical watch. The watch has been worn and carries what I would call light desk diving marks on the bezel. The crystal is in great shape with 0 marks. The watch keeps excellent time. The original Hamilton leather band could stand to be replaced, but IMO a well-broken in leather watch-band is the best! I have had this watch for a few years and bought it used myself, so unfortunately no box or papers. I am wanting to primarily trade this timepiece for another watch more suitable to my lifestyle. I am thinking maybe a Casio G-Shock o
  5. I am by no means a stranger to building my own rifles. Ive got two SBR’s I built from the ground up, and two standard AR platform rifles as well. That being said I have never built an AR 10 and was actually completely unaware about the potential for tolerance differences, part compatibility, etc. So thanks for bringing that up Garufa! I learnt somethin today!
  6. Wonder what the weight on that bad boy is? Lol. Nutnfancy seems to really dig the S&W M&P 10. He gave it a great review, watched it yesterday. The Sport version rings in at around $850. Not too bad..
  7. Thanks for your input! Id love to have a Sig 716, but as you suggested it is just more than I can swing right now.
  8. I still havent shot the Marlin 35 I bought from you!
  9. Building is definitely an option as well, just havent looked in a lot of places besides PSA yet.
  10. Alright, going through a real first-world problem here folks! I am looking at purchasing my first 308 chambered AR rifle in the near future. I am looking to spend around the $1k mark, which obviously limits my choices some. The rifle will be used for hunting and the occasional range session. So far I have looked at these options: PSA Gen 2 build (the cheapest option, so room in the budget for an optic), a Savage MSR 10 Hunter (really like the way this rifle looks), a S&W M&P 10 or M&P 10 Sport, and the Springfield Saint Victor. So far the Springfield I think has the narrow lead ove
  11. I have been doing a little research and there is a well-reviewed independent agency in my area (Chattanooga area) by the name of Atlas Insurance. They have a 5 star rating with 63 google reviews. Think I may give them a ring and see what they can do for me. Shot in the dark, any first-hand experience here with them? Its funny because when I was younger, all I heard was that as you get older insurance gets cheaper, that there was a big drop off at age 25, yadda yadda ya. It is quite the opposite actually. I am 33 and insurance has done nothing but went up steadily for me over the years.
  12. Ahh ok. Im assumning they charge for this service? Or are they like the travel agents of yester-year?


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