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Redeye65

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  1. DPP on a Walther pdp.

    I still rack the slide basically the same way, now the DPP is just in my hand as I rack the slide now.  
    Actually makes it easier, with 1000 rounds through it with the rds no issues, never loosened never lost zero.  
     


  2. It isn’t, but we are on 100 acre’s of private land and the head DEC agent for the county who hunts on the land is also my brother in law. 


  3. Anyone have any experience with this round, been thinking about adding an upper to go with my AR, it would be used for white tail, from what I have read it sounds like a nice option for deer season.  Currently I use a 30–30 lever which is perfectly fine, just looking to expand a bit. 


  4. On a recommendation from a board member here I purchased the LaRue MBT-2s tactical trigger for an M&P 15-22, very nice trigger, maybe not high end but, it was like night and day compared to the stock trigger it came with, for $107 shipped, I would purchase another if I was in need of a trigger.

    Im just a plinker but the trigger made a world of difference.

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  5. PPK… Two words, slide bite. Tried it once, my big paws didn’t play well with it. 
    You wouldn’t think but the Beretta Tomcat is a hoot to shoot. You can conceal it anywhere in the house. 

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  6. 26 minutes ago, Cheflife15 said:

    Honestly I think it might. Kids today are so emotionally fragile. I know 20 year Olds who get nervous ordering food at the drive through. I'm gunna sound older then I am but I think being raised on tv and computers is just destroying these people's perception.  

    Totally agree with this, I have guy’s that work in my company that if you took away their cell phones they would cry. They almost live in an alter reality with their face buried in their phones, and computer games. One guy who is one of the worst started talking about a girlfriend, his coworkers asked him if she was human.  

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  7. 7 hours ago, Scorpio64 said:

    Fake news.

    Lol, there is a lot of that going around lately. 
     

    Welcome aboard.

    What was your first hand gun purchase? Mine was a Beretta, from there it’s been all a blur. 


  8. If any of the cars are decent you can also donate the vehicle, I used the American heart association once, they show up with a flat bead, remove the car and give you a receipt that you use as a deduction on income tax. If I remember my deduction was for $4,800. 


  9. Have a place in Calabash NC, 7 miles north of the SC boarder, far enough away from Myrtle to avoid the influx of tourists during the summer and close enough to enjoy all Myrtle has to offer. For dining take a ride into Muriel’s Inlet, it’s the seafood capitol of SC, the have a marsh walk that’s pretty cool, food is awesome there. Calabash NC is the seafood capitol of NC, in Little River NC there is a bunch of inter coastal restaurants you can walk to once parked, it’s a great way to kill an afternoon.

    When looking for a retirement place there really isn’t a bad location down there, obviously there are bad locations but they are easy to spot, homeowner insurance is where they get you, if you are within 7 miles of the ocean insurance is crazy high, you need to carry homeowner and wind and hail insurance, if outside the 7 miles those costs are much better, I’m outside the 7 miles and I still pay 2800 a year, without the wind and hail insurance (it’s optional) if a hurricane comes through you are screwed.

    A second home in SC charges you a big number for property tax, a friend bought in SC recently and is paying 4600 a year, once it becomes the primary residence that number is like 1000 a year, in NC I pay 1400 a year and when I hit 65 it gets cut in half, NC taxes your pension if you have one, SC does not.

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  10. 9 hours ago, Mr.Stu said:

    Perhaps we should blame Samuel Colt for people misusing revolvers, too?

    There are legitimate use cases for tracking devices. The misuse by some people does not remove those use cases.

    Noooo, Sammy C shouldn’t be blamed for anything…… ;-)

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