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BCR#1

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About BCR#1

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  • Birthday 07/04/1954

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Chattanooga
  • Interests
    Shooting, reloading and fishing.
  • Occupation
    Retired

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  • Handgun Carry Permit
    Yes
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    No
  • Military
    Yes
  • NRA
    Yes
  • Carry Weapon #1
    Sig M11A1
  • Carry Weapon #2
    None

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  1. The AGCA shows have moved to Hoover Al. Bigger, better and safer. Free parking too. Bill
  2. Do you count your time while doing something you enjoy? I shoot 90 rounds of .45 ACP every Wednesday morning weather permitting and if I had to buy two boxes every week, i couldn't afford to do it. Loading my own, I have $40.00 in the components. Bill
  3. How much to make me a 1911 like yours? Bill
  4. I think if they do try something it will be engaging a large warship like a carrier coming through the strait with a ballistic missile attack at which time every military target in the whole country are destroyed with Tomahawks an B-2 bombers. Make it where they can't wage war for the next 50 years. Bill
  5. I have a Sig 229 in .40 and I reload the caliber. I was wanting to know about reliability and parts wear/breakage after extended use over the course of a few years. I'm wanting a replacement practical pistol match gun to replace my West German made Sig 226 as it has been used enough for the last few years. The pistol was purchased in 2012, shot 60 rounds of Federal aluminum 180 FMJ, the other 40 came with the gun. Cleaned and it sat in a nightstand drawer ffor the next 7 years. I paid $425.00 OTD and came with three 14 round mags, case and manual Bill
  6. I just picked up a used one from Armslist for cheap and would like opinions from current owners. Thanks. Bill
  7. Primary Arms has Anderson striped lowers for $40.00 + shipping. How much lower do you think you could find one for unless you're wanting one with no paper trail back to you. Bill
  8. The scrap price is more than double your asking price. I sold 402 lbs about a month ago and was paid $538.73 for it. Bill
  9. They're making a lot of the parts in house now. Bill
  10. I wouldn't trade either one of my Springfield 1911's for any striker fired plastic out there. Bill
  11. I dealer is starting to see some come back after 3-4 months. Bill
  12. I would try different mags before selling the pistol. Have you ever cleaned the extractor channel? Bill
  13. I just went and checked all of my "German" made pistols. The 228 is actually a 92 date code, not 94. All four have the rolled steel slides w/pinned removable breech blocks that are acceptance stamps/date codes on the slides chin. All "real German" made guns. The 226 even has a Herndon VA stamp. Bill
  14. I gladly paid $760.00 for a 94 dated West German made 228 in 98% condition as I collect West German made Sig pistols and now have a complete collection of them. Bill
  15. Location? What size battery for the Aimpoint? Bill

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