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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
  • Interests
    Guns and Jeeps

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

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  1. I have researched the Windicators and they are decent for the money. I think one day I will own one.
  2. ad closed Ruger SR1911 CMD

    That is a very nice piece.
  3. reached the point of what I need in handguns

    My 2.5” S&W 19 w/ 357 magnums outshoots every handgun I own with longer barrels.
  4. First time selling firearms

    Here lately I have been putting guns on consignment at a gun shop. While I know the guy well, most shops offer consignment programs. The rate at my place is 10% or $35 if you are asking less than $350.
  5. for-sale Glock 17L in Chattanooga

    I’m shocked! Why hasn’t this one sold?
  6. 45 ACP "carry" ammo

    The HST in 45acp is about the most common LE load for those of us toting 45’s. The perform well in all the test I have seen. It’s also a very affordable round at normally less than $30/50. https://www.sgammo.com/product/federal/50-round-box-45-auto-federal-hst-230-grain-hp-hollow-point-le-ammo-p45hst2
  7. Another favorite big bore : .44 Special

    The biggest weakness of 38 spl, and other low pressure and velocity cartridges, is the lack of expansion. The 110gr DPX and the old Federal Nyclad are about the only two that will sometimes expand at standard velocities.
  8. I think he sold it. I was following a guy on S&w forum who said he bought it.
  9. 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”.
  10. 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.
  11. 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.
  12. Ruger Bearcat Shopkeeper

    I too have come close to spending the six Benjamins for the stainless shopkeeper.

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