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Old 01-09-2019, 04:50 PM
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One of my AR's, Colt which comes stock in this glorious scheme


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Old 01-09-2019, 10:14 PM
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One of my AR's, Colt which comes stock in this glorious scheme

There is a lot of good there !
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Old 01-12-2019, 02:41 PM
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I've been tempted to get one of those, looks like it would slide in and out of a pocket easily without snagging. PSA has them on sale for less than $200. https://palmettostatearmory.com/ruge...stol-3701.html

Did you put that side clip on it?

Edit: Never mind, the one I'm talking about and linked above is a .380. Not 9mm. Here's the 9 and only a few $$ more, https://palmettostatearmory.com/ruge...lack-3283.html
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I wouldn't carry any gun without a holster. That is asking for trouble in my opinion. Nothing there to protect the trigger.
That's why I keep going back to it. It's so rounded everywhere it's essentially slick and it's so light, I hardly feel it.
I don't know about everyone else, but I'm 6ft 180lbs. I find it difficult to carry and be comfortable while standing and especially driving.
So I bought a BUGbite ankle Holster and I hardly notice it.
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Old 01-13-2019, 02:23 PM
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Hey guys...I just wanted to pop in & let y'all know my Fire Department is doing the Sportsman's Give-A-Way again this year. I forgot to let y'all know about it last year, but really do appreciate the support we received year before last.

The thread is HERE if you want more information, Thanks
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Got thas 1911 out of the Safe and targeted a couple more boxes at the range +cleaned it !

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I like that
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Browning: There, thas better, buck is gold enlay on the grips and all is 1911 Just smaller carry scale, but is 11 rounds of 22 long. Yes it is sportsman fun shooting + is reasonably accurate as any handgun at reasonable distance. Am betting soon the extended barrel will be available with threads for adapter and silencer also. Barrel bushing and compensator are going to come for it 2 I bet. Wilson or Brownells, who knows are going to do it ! If it can be done those 1911 lovers are going to make it happen. This one is aluminum, guess there is a synthetic model also of the frame. It field strips/ breaks down exactly like a 1911 and for all practical reasons is just a smaller 1911 ! It runs CCI like a machine and refill 2 magazines, well U need a helper to handle 1000 rounds in 20 minutes.

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Old 02-10-2019, 08:28 PM
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been thinking about picking up a revolver lately. in the .357 caliber. Something around a 3" or 4" barrel. any suggestions? I want to use it as a CC but also to bring along in on quad rides
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Old 02-10-2019, 08:35 PM
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Originally Posted by FX4BullDog View Post
been thinking about picking up a revolver lately. in the .357 caliber. Something around a 3" or 4" barrel. any suggestions? I want to use it as a CC but also to bring along in on quad rides
4" S&W will shoot nice and fit well if you wear a car coat in winter with it. Especially if you consider it your survival firearm on the trail.. Think Performance Center does some nice things with them also 1

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4" S&W will shoot nice and fit well if you wear a car coat in winter with it. Especially if you consider it your survival firearm on the trail..
any model in particular? i've got big hands. I have only shot my stepdads full size 44 anaconda. nothing smaller than that.
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