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SonnyCrockett

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SonnyCrockett last won the day on January 16 2019

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About SonnyCrockett

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  • Birthday 01/25/1967

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Memphis TN
  • Interests
    Ferrari's,Sailboats, Crocodile's
  • Occupation
    Cancelled

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  • Handgun Carry Permit
    Yes
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    No
  • Military
    No
  • NRA
    Yes
  • Carry Weapon #1
    BrenTen 10MM
  • Carry Weapon #2
    Deltonics Pocket 9mm

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  1. I have a fullsize M&P45 and its a pretty easy shooter,45 overall is not that snappy anyway but for fun I do prefer 185G bullets over 230s
  2. when the market is down gold usually goes up,I bought a gold EFT a few months ago its a slow mover
  3. SonnyCrockett

    Snubbie

    I would find an old smith if weight was not an issue
  4. i picked up a new 1911 for carry last week(colt lightweight commander),after its broken in and proven reliable ill buy a few holsters try them all Usually I like Kydex but ordered a few of each leather and Kydex to see whats better for me ,no matter what someone says is good or great or crap its ME who has to live with it but unlike my mother in law I can send back what I do not like
  5. looks like the grips are different other than that I see no variation
  6. I already put my name on for a 6"........However its a new .357 and has lots of design changes which will make purists pissy but the older ones are too spendy and IMO this one in a few years will go up in value as I doubt Colt will make them forever
  7. trigger is wonky,barrel length is all wrong for a 1911 ,arched MSH on a railed 1911? and front serrations are a mess ,plastic grips its just a design fail of epic proportions and its made overseas so for a budget 1911 I suggested the Springer.its forged,its matched grade barrel,its wood grips,trigger is correct for this style 1911 and its upgradable later https://palmettostatearmory.com/springfield-1911-defender-45-acp-5-pistol.html good luck
  8. is that SAO or DA/SA?,you are showing the wrong side,always cover the serial # BTW I owned an SAO version and I regrettably sold it
  9. for that amount of money I would suggest a Springfield ,that EAA is made overseas and by the looks of it is a pretty disastrous 1911design
  10. no chrome lined barrel ,that is something that adds to the cost a few other small items as well,these low budget uppers run fine but are not of the same grade as many others
  11. my 442 is part of my rotation of CCWs,its super light and easy as a LCP to hide
  12. when it comes to targets and a 22LR you want a longer barrel,for 350 id rather have a Buckmark
  13. https://www.wtvy.com/content/news/Taurus-gun-facility-will-bring-300-jobs-to-Bainbridge-564358211.html 300+ jobs too. I cant wait to own one that says MADE IN THE USA on it

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