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  1. Ate gar all the time growing up in Louisiana.
  2. Watched Danger Close as well, also watched '71
  3. 1972 Datsun 1200, 1.1 liter engine. No A/C, (Louisiana) side vent windows. Manual 4 speed. Manual choke.
  4. it's a purty little thang, but a booger to iron
  5. The last gun I bought was a Taurus M44 44 magnum 4 inch
  6. I just ventured into the 44 magnum this past week. Taurus M44SS 4inch. (I'll have to post a picture later) First Taurus revolver to go along with my Smiths and Rugers. I am really surprised with the trigger, pretty smooth right out of the box. I went for the 4 inch strictly for the weight, since my daughter would want to shoot it. First I bought components before the gun. Put together some light loads for my daughter to shoot, 5gr Tite Group over 240 jsp. powder puff round but accurate at 10 yards. Loaded some magnum rounds with 18.7 gr of 2400. Ordered 1000 coated SWC last night from Summers Enterprises out of Arkansas. Found 1 box of 44 special for $48, passed on that.
  7. Wilson Consulting, LLC Address: John or Margaret Wilson 1524 Birchwood Circle Franklin, TN 37064 Phone:615-797-8065 Mobile:615-997-5659 I just used this guy. Great guy, $20 transfer and $10 tics. Picked up my gun 2 hours after he received it.
  8. Read, watch video's and read some more. The Lee loading manual is a must have. I also like the Lyman. Just remember you can never be too anal when it comes to loading, nothing like a squib to pucker you up. You will enjoy loading and experimenting with different loads. I load pistol cartridges, 32, 327, 9, 38, 357, 40 and 45 What equipment are you set up with?
  9. Mistakes happen. When I was in my mid-20's living in Houston in the 80's I lived on the 3rd floor of an apartment building. The apartments were basically 3 identical buildings in a row, I lived in the middle building. I was home one night with my door unlocked, I know, not smart, I noticed my door knob start to turn, I jumped up ran to the door opened it and confronted the guy on the other side of the door. He said he had the wrong apartment building and was sorry for the mistake. His key went into the key hole and he turned the key, since the door was not locked the door knob moved. So I know mistakes like this can happen, usually firearms are not involved. Did she commit murder, I don't think so based on what I have heard. However, I am not privy to what the jury knows. I think that it should be either second degree murder or manslaughter. I also think that she was just made an example of and she has to pay the price of past injustices, real or not.
  10. I have 2 px4's, .40s&w in sc and 9mm compact. I like them both. The 40 is extremely accurate for a sc. I should probably get rid of the bat wings as well. I also added a mag extension to enable it to accept the compact mags. Now I can carry 15 as opposed to 11 rounds ( 1 chambered 14 in the mag). I too had FTE issues at first and sent it back to Beretta 3 times before they figured it out. I finally sent them a video as to what was happening. Turned out to be the follower. They replaced the mags and no issues after that.
  11. Academy seems to always have it in the Middle TN area. Not sure if you have one near you.

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