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  1. Agreed my rugged surge on my 10.5" 556 is still plenty loud. I wouldn't want to fire it indoors unless I have to, but it is quieter than an unsurpressed 16" gun.
  2. I thought this myth had been dispelled by experts who researched the cellular structure of the disease and proved it had evolved "naturally". Not sure where I heard that or of course whether or not it's true, just another factoid.
  3. if you guys aren't on r/gundeals you're really missing out on a lot of ways to spend money
  4. Looks good. I haven't seen any specs on the SMSc, what's the difference with that and the RMSc? Hood looks a little different.
  5. I don't think you're going to find many opinions of the PRO being a bad choice. People will say there are cheaper alternatives and you get more "bang for your buck" with other options, but nobody will doubt that the PRO is one of the most reliable red dot options available.
  6. FrankD

    Palmetto PS9?

    A g19 "clone" for $349 with suppressor sights, threaded barrel, and optic cuts would be a pretty tough option to dismiss. I will wait and see what kind of reliability these things have but I know their ARs and AKs have been doing well out in the world.
  7. that means you might get it by Christmas.
  8. The CHPWS optic plate double your thread engagement and fills the void in front of the optic and the stock MOS cut. I have one on my 19 and 17 MOS and have been very please with them. http://www.chpws.com/product/holosun-glock-mos-adapter-plate-v3
  9. The Holosun circle dot optics i believe are the only ones that offer green reticles, they also give the ability for a dot only if that's what you're looking for.
  10. https://chiseledface.com/products/aftershave-splash-midnight-stag smells like old leather, hoppes #9, and gasoline. It's one of my faves.
  11. If I was running church security I would be very concerned with ease of access. "Non Traditional" holster setups like these shirts seem to be slow and cumbersome on the draw. If comfort is your concern it doesn't get better than OWB with a jacket
  12. I used one in a buddies shockwave. We ran ~100 of the mini shells through it without a hiccup.
  13. why not go with a G19 MOS? Cheap mags Runs any ammo Reliable Optics ready aftermarket support
  14. RMR is the name of the trijicon pistol sized red dot, the nomenclature gets a little fuzzy as RMR is used frequently for any pistol sized red dot. The hole patterns and footprints are standard-ish with a lot of dot manufacturers using the trijicon RMR footprint as their pattern. Some firearm manufacturers are going the plate route and offering plates that the user switches to accept multiple dot configurations. I know vortex, leupold, and trijicon are probably the most common footprints out there for full size pistols.
  15. Sadly I wouldn't be surprised if he would do better with no scope under 50 yds than I would with a red dot.

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