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I retired a little over a week ago, so I decided to purchase a few things that I’ve wanted for a while. Sorry for the crappy pictures.     

Nighthawk Agent 2 with IOS in 9mm..... first 9mm in 1911 for me.  

I have all my bases covered on carry and home defense guns (for now) and find myself buying range toys. What have you bought that serves no purpose other than something for you to play with at the ran

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On 2/7/2020 at 12:20 AM, Snaveba said:

Newest toy is an M&P 2.0 9 Compact. 0394805C-8CFA-4055-B660-0B7448C0648B.thumb.jpeg.a964db879365a892bf5c41fe22b345fc.jpeg

Very jelly of that purchase! I’m looking for one right now at a reasonable price. I have several M&P (Full size, shield, compact, etc) and by far my favorite is my Compact 22. I can’t think of a more perfect gun size wise and shootability than a Compact. It does everything perfectly. I bought my shield 2.0 9mm on black friday in an EDC kit and it has the red  Crims, but a week later I found my Compact 22 and immediately regretted not buying the 9mm in a Compact. 
 

 

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3 hours ago, hipower said:

OH MY!!   What are you gonna be shooting...a bazooka?

For the true meaning of the 2nd we have the God given right to own, yes a bazooka. However the 2nd has been stepped on WAY to much!!!

The biggest we have is 7.62 NATO and 7mm REM MAG, They are AR500 plate I picked up from a member here. I think the targets will work fine, puts them at an angle to make the fragments hit the ground.

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59 minutes ago, bud said:

That engraved scene is awesome, bubba. Well done.

 

Thanks! I felt the engraving was amazing on this one. Based on the initials of the engraver, and a little research, seems it was engraved by Marie Magis. She did excellent work based on my research. Some of her higher end Brownings are really works of art.

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S&W 629 Classic 6" 44Mag.  I've wanted a .44 mag for 30 years or more but it was hard to spend that much money for something I would not carry or shoot that much.  Now I don't know why I waited so long. 

 

 

 

 

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Curiosity got the best of me on having a 1911 that was chambered in 22 and had a fixed barrel. Seemed good in theory. The heft and fixed barrel seem to put it right on target. Sure ain’t no Smith & Wesson, but for what it cost it’s fun. 
 

 

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Bought a S&W steel front sight for the above mentioned gun (plastic from the factory). 
 

I also polished the gun because I didn’t like the finish from Chiappa. Did some work on the feed ramp, and I’m currently building a steel magazine for it (there is only plastic available). 
 

It’s turning into a great little shooter. I can shoot the exact same spot every time stacking bullets in bullet holes in the target. 
 

 

Now onto finishing making a custom steel magazine out of 20 ga steel. 
 

 

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On 1/19/2020 at 7:10 PM, RED333 said:

Just picked this up the other day, now rides in my truck.

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Can you shoot that at the range? Most I've been to are pretty picky on scatter-guns.

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6 hours ago, Mamba said:

Can you shoot that at the range? Most I've been to are pretty picky on scatter-guns.

I can shot in my back yard, shoots great.

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On 2/18/2020 at 8:10 PM, RED333 said:

I can shot in my back yard, shoots great.

Good to hear, however a bit off-base given the topic title...most of us think "range" as more public.

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4 hours ago, Mamba said:

most of us think "range" as more public.

Well some do not, Now if the thread title was "What was your last/next public range toy? [with pictures]"I would agree with you.:dirty:

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21 hours ago, Mamba said:

Good to hear, however a bit off-base given the topic title...most of us think "range" as more public.

 

17 hours ago, RED333 said:

Well some do not, Now if the thread title was "What was your last/next public range toy? [with pictures]"I would agree with you.:dirty:

Yes, if you have a range on your property you are more than welcome to post here. 

I'm jealous of those that do. 

I keep telling my wife, the next time I move, if we do, we are moving to somewhere that I can walk outside in my underwear and crocs, with a cup of coffee, and shoot. I may even post pictures of that.

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Its been a while since I've posted anything, so I thought I would take a moment away from working on holsters and redesigning my website to post a couple pics of my latest "toy".

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I decided I wanted to build something a little different for target and hunting purposes so I chose a 6.5 Grendel.

I basically wanted something that would be "compact" and that I could suppress later down the road and still have a "shorter" OAL.

The scope that's on it is not going to stay, its just what I had laying around till I decide on an optic.

Build list...

ODIN Works 12" barrel
ODIN Works BCG
ODIN Works Adjustable gasblock
ODIN Works XMR 3 Extended Mag Release
ODIN Works Ambidextrous Modular Safety
GIBBZ ARMS billet SIDE CHARGING UPPER RECEIVER
RISE ARMAMENT RA535 trigger
PSA Lower parts kit
SBA3 pistol brace
Magpul MOE Grip

I haven't gotten out to the range yet but hopefully I will have time to do so soon.

 

 

 

 

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12 minutes ago, bud said:

My 1st HK.

Sp5 with, TN local, Gear Head works folding brace/tailhook mod 1

It hasnt made it to the range yet. 

Still waiting on my optic rail. 

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Yeah, I’m seriously jelly. 

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Just picked this up. Montana American Legend in 7mm Mag. It is hard to tell because the garage lights but this has a gorgeous stock. 
 

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1 hour ago, KahrMan said:

Just picked this up. Montana American Legend in 7mm Mag. It is hard to tell because the garage lights but this has a gorgeous stock. 
 

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They use the best wood. You’re gonna love that rifle. I know I love my Montana. 

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