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KahrMan

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About KahrMan

  • Birthday 10/21/1967

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Nashville, Tennessee
  • Interests
    Hunting, Fishing, Spending time with the kids
  • Occupation
    Penny Pincher

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    Yes
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    No
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    No
  • NRA
    Yes
  • Carry Weapon #1
    Glock 48
  • Carry Weapon #2
    Staccato P Duo

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  1. You can find how to fix almost anything on YouTube. It is usually my first reference stop when I can’t figure something out.
  2. For hunting, Uncle mikes makes some decent, inexpensive chest rigs. Don't have a suggestions for wearing on the hip while working around the property.
  3. I think half the guns I own are because of this statement.
  4. I would like to say yes but this damn cedar tree jumped right in front of my bullet. I have taken some does with a 10mm 1911. The 10mm does a great job on deer. None of my shots were over 60-65 yards and all the deer went less than 50 yards before pilling up.
  5. I had a Glock 40 MOS with a RMR. The 40 is basically the same gun but with a 6" barrel. I would shoot some pretty stout Underwood ammo hunting rounds thru it and the RMR had no problem handling the recoil. I preferred the RMR over irons sights for hunting. Made for quick shooting when I was stalking through thickets.
  6. If it does not sell as a package in the next couple of days then yes.
  7. Nice condition Ruger Redhawk with a Tasco 1x20 lighted reticle scope. The gun shoots great and the scope has fresh batteries in it. I intended to hunt with this but I just have to many hunting tools right now and it never gets used. $800
  8. Cleaning out the safe of a few guns I just do not shoot. Here is a nice Smith that I got from Gr8smiles. Here is his description: Born in March 1948, this Smith & Wesson pre-17 K22 has a lot of life still in her, and boy if she could talk the stories she would tell. Period correct diamond magna stocks have a different number from the gun. Deep dark blue still looks great on this 5-screw revolver. She is about as smooth as any revolver I own. For an 83 year old gun, she runs better than most new guns. It does have a little muzzle wear and the I have had a couple of light primer strikes. I gave it a good cleaning but have not shot it since then. $800

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