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About faraim

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  • Birthday 07/10/1959

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  1. Sir, your work looks great! I hope you don't mind me asking, but what weight leather do you use?
  2. I have three 1 pound containers of Varget and 4 of H4350. They are un-opened, are 5 to 8 years old and have been stored correctly. I would like to trade for equal amounts of handgun powder, such as: Unique, 231, VV320, etc. I will consider selling them for $20 a bottle. I live in the Nashville area.
  3. Hello, please describe the bore. Thanks.
  4. Bonanza Co-Ax press. Fore-runner of Forster press. Parts available from Forster. Two sets of cartridge holders, plus a Forster lock ring. Not a rusty relic like most you find. $100
  5. Hello KellyII, after shooting it I realized that it doesn't do anything my XDs doesn't already do. If I didn't have the XDs I'd be very happy. It's a funds allocation issue.
  6. Glock 48 with 2 magazines in factory box with paperwork. Fired around 200 rounds, accurate! $425 FTF in Nashville area with bill of sale and TN Handgun Carry Permit. Have Vedder Lighttuck I can include for $50
  7. Think About It, Welcome to the Brotherhood! First, the sights: The Glock factory sight picture is the fastest to acquire that I've found; nothing is simpler than putting the ball in the box. If you need more light around the front sight then carefully open up the rear notch with a needle file and an Xacto knife. Second, the POI: For years I wouldn't buy a Glock because the grip angle made it point high. One day a friend noticed I was gripping with a fist. He told me to press on the front and rear straps as if my hand were a C clamp and point at the target with my thumb. Darned if it didn't work! This also positions my shooting thumb over the base of my support thumb. I was spending all my time distracted with how the gun didn't fit my hand when with a very slight adjustment I could make my hand fit the gun. Try pointing at things with your shooting thumb for awhile and see if that doesn't help. Good Luck!

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