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  • Birthday 11/13/1984

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    Nolensville tn

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  1. I am 98% positive I have an “extra” stock g17 barrel
  2. How foolish of me to forget that fact, those guns really have a mind of their own.
  3. Does this mean that if a person gets killed in a car accident that was 100% driver error the family of the deceased can sue the auto maker?
  4. I had a Rem 597 in .22LR shoot pieces of a shattered extractor and spring at me a couple years ago.
  5. I have an older lcp 1 and while I’m sure it would last 20k rounds I would worry about the barrrel and other moving parts at that point. The bigger question is who would want to put 20k rounds through one? They are not fun guns to shoot.
  6. AR-9 pistol seems like it would be a fun little package. From what I’ve gathered the 14.5” midlength barrels are all pretty pricey
  7. OK folks I have an itch to build another AR style firearm and am looking for some advice on what to build next. I would like to stick to 5.56 so I don’t have to acquire a bunch of different ammo and with my usage I don’t see an immediate need for anything larger or longer range. I have a rugged surge waiting in jail for me and an extra SBA3 brace laying around. I am thinking of doing a 14.5” mid-length build, or even an AR-9 to match my pistol ammo. Right now I have: 16” mid-length 5.56 with a 1-6 optic 10.5” carbine-length 5.56 pistol with an RDS (HD) 7.5” pistol-length 5.56 pistol with and RDS (beater truck gun)
  8. I really like this design, seems like there is enough flat blade to use for chopping/dicing and enough of a point to use for finer detail work. What is the OAL on this and would you be willing to do it again?
  9. I would like to add a Form 1 suppressor for this for a "dollars for decibels" build.
  10. I was going to reference that exact location. I see them a couple times a year going down wilson pike in the morning standing in the field right next to the walking path.
  11. I have done it a couple of times (not prolonged just saw a bass jump near me and rode over for couple casts. The issue is the low speed control, even with F/N/R controls on the newer ones they still are not fun at low speed. There also isn't a whole lot of room for gear and anchoring can be a PITA dragging stuff out from whatever compartment you have it shoved into. If i was going to get a boat for the sole purpose of fishing I would look at either a kayak or one of those little "bass buggies" or whatever and a trailer with a good winch. At that weight you could get a small electric winch and pull either up onto a trailer pretty easy.
  12. I'm afraid that in 15-20 years from now we will be looking back talking about $400 complete ARs and $10 30rd mags.
  13. The good news is that with E-File form 1s getting turned around in a matter of weeks the wait isn't so bad for an SBR. Doesn't solve the problem of paying $200 for an official stock on your 10.5" pistol, nor does it make it any easier to carry what was a pistol across state lines.
  14. I really like the profile on this, what are you thinking for scales?
  15. FYI primary arms has matrix lowers for $30 today.

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