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Patton

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Patton last won the day on March 25 2016

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

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  1. I think he sold it. I was following a guy on S&w forum who said he bought it.
  2. S&W snubby info needed

    I don’t really understand what you are trying to say. Are you saying there are -1’s that are not 3” barrels or that 3” without a full-lug lug is not rare? I looked for years for a 3” pencil barrel, or one without a full-lug like the 60-4and 60-10 has. Edit: It looks like the 60-1 is actually the adjustable sight 2”.
  3. S&W snubby info needed

    A 60-1 is a very rare 3” model. I have a non pinned 60 no dash made in 1983. The no dash models ran from the begging all the way until about 87. A mint in box, pinned 60 no dash is probably worth up to $650. One without the box and with signs of minor carry wear is probably worth as much as $450. The j frame market has went down some over the last two years. I am seeing lots of nolock j frames for around $350 right now.
  4. for-sale .22 WRF & .22 Long Ammo

    Bump for you. I worked with a guy that had a 22long pistol, and he would stop in ever shop he passed asking if they had any 22 long.
  5. Ruger Bearcat Shopkeeper

    I too have come close to spending the six Benjamins for the stainless shopkeeper.
  6. ad closed ●...

    It will fire 32acp, but the occasional weak primer strike is likely. If this 30-1 was a 3” I would be all over it. The 30-1 is the most desirable revision of the 30 and 31 models.
  7. Gen 5 Glock 17 frame IS BEVELLED

    Pretty much my story. I always shoot 100% on quals with my agency issued gen4 23. I don’t even own a Glock in 9mm. I just didn’t see the need to keep a 9mm Glock around when I get tons of free Glock 40 Mags and 40 ammo. I do have some other 9mm guns though. I asked our chief if we were sticking with 40’s, and his response was he just bought another 100 cases of 40. I would just assume keep the 40’s.
  8. Gun store misinformation

    I will sometimes purposely hit a zombie thread with an AED for giggles in forums I don’t visit too often. Some websites never archive their discussions. There is nothing like finding an 18 year old thread. Oh, and 327 Federal for the win!
  9. I don’t remember the specifics, but I shot tons of bunny fart loads out of a Glock 23 Gen 4. It was something like 775fps with a 180 gr bullet, and it never failed to cycle.
  10. The 5 Best-Selling Handguns of 2017

    I am really only surprised by the Keltec PMR -30 and the 938. The others are exactly what I expected to see.
  11. wanted Smith and Wesson model 10 revolver

    Are you coming to Nashville or Chattanooga anytime soon? I got one for $300 firm. A pretty nice 10-6.
  12. A .32-20 Thread.

    It seems like up till a month ago I never saw much of the 32-20 and pretty much ruled it obsololete and all guns chambered in it sitting in private collections that never got shot. Well, I stumbled up a fairly honest Police Positive for $200. I kept thinking it was a nice candidate for a Fitz Special project. I passed, but it seems like every gun shop I go to has a used 32-20 something or at least a box of ammo for it.
  13. LE Duty Handguns in the State of TN

    It seems like they have had H&K 45’s for close to a decade now.

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