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About jeff43

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  1. Is this a smith &wesson what model? Any trades?
  2. I got a Taurus 357 605 that shoots both really good, also have a smith snubnose that shoots about 2-3" to the left. I have sent it back to them to get that fixed. I shoot mostly 38's out of all my 357's
  3. Ok, so I guess you can adjust the windage on those.
  4. Yeah, just don't want to spend $500 or so on one and it shoot to the left or right.
  5. Did it have adjustable sights or fixed?
  6. Does anyone here have a 3" GP100? I was curious if they shoot dead on with 38's , I have one with the 4" and adjustable sights and it shoots really good.I didn't know how much difference there would be with one with fixed sights.I saw one I was thinking about getting.
  7. Anybody tied one of the Bear Creek Arsenal 223 uppers? How are they as far as accuracy and function?
  8. I just wish PSA would make some complete uppers with a 1-9 twist barrel, I just like the 1-9 better than a 1-7 . I have both. I have a AR Stoner upper with a 1-9 barrel , if you read the reviews on it they are not very good. Mine is accurate and functions fine.
  9. Loaded some 55 grain Hornady soft point boat tails last week with 2230 powder, and tried in one of mine and shot about a 5/8" at 100
  10. Just curious, I know it varies from each rifle and the ammo, weather conditions (humidity),scopes, etc.
  11. I'd like to hear your experience when shooting your AR's. What size groups at 50 or 100 yards you get with a scoped AR and what kind of ammo, factory or your favorite hand loads.

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