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Patton

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Patton last won the day on June 6

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About Patton

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  • Birthday 02/07/1980

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    Chattanooga
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    Guns and Jeeps

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  • Carry Weapon #1
    Always at least 1 Glock
  • Carry Weapon #2
    J frame s&w

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  1. Those 129 gr Hydro shocks have never expanded in any test I have ever seen. The HST micro is a good load though.
  2. You don’t see 337 no locks too often. I have a 342ti which I always forgot how much lighter it is than an airweight until I handle the two. Actually, the 337 is lighter than the 342 by about a couple of grams and is the lightest 38spl ever produced by S&W.
  3. Patton

    Value on S&W 624

    I’m not too up on 624 values but I believe it may be worth $1k.
  4. Patton

    UT vs GA State

    Well, I guess any of those fears of losing JP to Bama when Sabin leaves are dismissed.
  5. Patton

    UT vs GA State

    I cut my ties with UT Football about a decade ago. Even Dooley was able to hand Ga State a loss. I don’t believe UT even practiced in the preseason or even prepared for Ga State.
  6. I have some of the ring products. My only complaint is about a 12 second delay sometimes in being able to pull up the alert.
  7. My dad carried a few American Derringers through the 80s and 90s. I have shot about a dozen derringers in my life and owned a few. I had the opportunity to shoot a 45-70 a few years ago and regret that I passed. I prefer the American Derringer but find the Bond ok. To me they shine as a back up to a rifle or large handgun nothing small is chambered in like 45Colt, 44 mag, 10mm, or maybe 45acp. My 45 Win mag wasn’t really all that bad. I would say 38 spl is the most powerful you would shoot for fun in a regular basis.
  8. Times running out folks! I am getting closer to calling it. Last chance if you want it
  9. What brand are the additional mags? I really didn’t think you would still have it; I’ve been in a Florida all month. I may have to buy it if it’s still available come the weekend.
  10. For what it is worth, my agency has vowed to stick with 40’s for a lot longer. No reason to switch since everyone shoots close to 100% on qualifications anyway. If I didn’t have and carry that same gun I would take it off your hands.
  11. My experience is factory 44spl feels like a mild 357 mag round. I believe anyone, in decent health, can handle 44spls in that though.
  12. Agreed! Sig to hell and back...
  13. I finally got the Sig p250 to 100%. It honestly took more time and effort than it was worth. I polished the feedramp and replaced just about every spring without it performing any better. A couple of new mags didn’t matter either. An experienced gunsmith looked at it and determined that the chamber was too tight. Seriously, he took a dremel, and a reamer, and opened the chamber up a hundredths of an inch or two. So far it has been flawless for the last 250 rounds.

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