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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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    State Level Law Enforcement

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  • Carry Weapon #1
    Commander sized 1911
  • Carry Weapon #2
    Small revolvers

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  1. Correct, but it is possible to put a beavertail on a previous generation.
  2. If it were darker I would be all in for it, but it doesn’t match my other furniture.
  3. It started May 25th.
  4. If anyone is concerned with recoil with this don’t be. Ruger did an amazing job with these. I had the Kodiak which is very similar but with a less user friendly grip.
  5. I have bought some stuff from N GA reloading and I have been to their new location. If you catch something used there it will be a pretty good deal, and I don’t know how but the get some used equipment. I think some things are cheaper at Sportsmans and some things are not.
  6. I have always been a fan of Sportsmans. Their reloading supplies are very reasonable.
  7. Most of mine has come from Academy in the last three months. I buy reloading supplies when I find them and at a great deal. The most I pay to reload handgun rounds is about .16 and 9mm is closer to .12 a round or .09 if I cast my own.
  8. What caliber molds you needing?
  9. You wouldn’t believe how many 9mm rounds I have loaded into 40 magazines and shot without issues.
  10. Patton

    9 mm revolver

    I totally missed your conversation about the 40 Pittbull. I owned one about two years ago. I ran across it at a very reasonable price new. Super tuff finish, very accurate, and not finicky about ammo. It did feel every bit as stout as a 357; it has the same energy without the loudness. It was a little slow to reload. If it weren’t for a great friend waning it I probably would have held onto it.
  11. If you already have a need for a commercial mower picking up some yards will make a little more sense. I used a 42” Exmark walk behind in the late 90s for a few weeks, but other than that I have mostly used 48”. I have seen a few 32-33” walk behinds used by some people I know and trust their judgements. I think I have seen more Bobcat brand than any. Their reasoning was entering backyard gates. The absolute best mower I ever used was a 48” John Deer hydro walk-behind. It gave over a decade of reliable service without many surprises. However, I am a huge Snapper fan but the new ones don’t have a attachment for a sulky and can be a little heavy.
  12. How do you guys that find 40 recoil too much make it through daily activities like walking the dog, opening doors, and mowing the grass?

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