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Everything posted by JC_68Westy

  1. AIWB should be in accordance with your frame. I carry more towards my hip and not in the center (halfway between midpoint and hip). Some people carry more centered.
  2. I agree with AIWB. It is the primary method for me and has been for years. I like BlackPoint Tactical, Muddy River Tactical, We The People, and a couple of others (all with a claw). I cannot stand Alien Gear and other like them. AIWB conceals on my frame far better than any other method. I can AIWB a full sized pistol, but normally carry subcompact 9mm's. When driving I just slide the holster to 3 o'clock when getting into the car and readjust when getting out of the car. I have a couple of bins filled with holsters that didn't work for me for one reason or another. IWB at any other location leaves a large print and for me is much slower to draw. I carry a spare mag in my front pocket even though I have a bunch of mag carriers. It is just more comfortable for me to carry the mag in a pocket.
  3. Ours is good for 5 years as well. Renewal is just a one page form that gets signed off by the circuit court judge. My renewal was mailed to me a few days after it was submitted.
  4. Her is my newest CCW gun. I haven't had it for long but it has really impressed me. This is an awesome gun with the best trigger of all of my handguns. It is barely larger than my P365 and will become my EDC starting tomorrow. The fit and finish are outstanding.
  5. How can it follow? Other states don't ask about denials in NJ. In VA we have no questions about ever being denied. That is a NJ thing.
  6. It would be cheaper and quicker to move to a free state where you don't have to deal with the NJ crap.
  7. JC_68Westy

    M&P 2.0 10mm

    Just picked up a new M&P 10mm this week. Sot it yesterday and have to say that my Glock 20 will probably be on it's way out of my collection. This is the first non revolver S&W handgun for me. I have to say that it feels and shoots great. I was shooting full power loads and the recoil was not even noticeable. The chamber is a lot more supported than the Glock barrel. This matters to me because I reload 10mm.
  8. Here in VA we are a hybrid. We have Constitutional open carry and Shall Issue for concealed carry.
  9. The primers arrived yesterday. I loaded up 4 primer tubes and plan on loading 400rds tonight. Will shoot in this weekend and reports back. From what I have read they will be exactly the same as Tula primers.
  10. I bought a lot of cast bullets in the past year fro Rim Rock bullets https://rimrockbullets.com/. Excellent selection and quality. Shipping is cheap as well.
  11. I have a lot of powder, brass, and bullets (with the exception of certain hunting bullets). We are in a sad state of affairs.
  12. After posting this I looked at more forums and the consensus appears to be that Murom primers are good to go. From what I read, they are the company that makes Tula primers. I have had very good luck with Tula primers. I have thousands of Tula primers that I bought in 2007-2008 and have never had an issue. I ordered yesterday and will have them on Thursday. The cost was $499.90 for the primers and shipping $22.57 for a total of $522.47. Looks like HAZMAT was baked into the price. If they work well, I will be ordering another 5000.
  13. I can't believe that I just spent $500 for 5000 SPP. Especially a brand I have never used. Has anyone here ever used Murom primers? It is ridiculous that CCI and Winchester haven't been available in bulk for quite some time. I was going to buy 1000rds of 9mm but looked at all of the components and powder I have. $500 wouldn't even buy me 1500rds of 9mm. Has anyone found any good sources online? My local gun shops are selling primers by the 100.
  14. Nice, I have both and really like them. The X-Compact is an awesome gun. It may replace my P365 as my EDC.
  15. They are progressive, see my other response. The priming system and indexing are the two areas where I like the Dillon presses better. The biggest advantage the Hornady has is cost of accessories like caliber change plates and consumable parts.
  16. I don't really ever have to tweak either of my Dillon's once they are dialed in. The Hornady LNL seems to always need some tweaking, especially the indexing. The Dillon's also have much better priming systems. The LNL priming system is a PITA.
  17. I have both brands and will go with Dillon every time.
  18. Rubbing it in would be mentioning that I am placing an order with Silencer Central today...
  19. Just wanted to post some gun stuff instead of political crap. The two new guns are a CZ Scorpion EVO with Holosun and SB Tactical folding brace along with a Sig P320 X-Compact with Leupold DPP. I waited until the accessories arrived until posting. Both guns are awesome and a lot of fun. I have been carrying the Sig a lot. I was on the fence about red dots until a few months ago when I realized my old man eyes needed some help. Shot both with my son in the back yard today and we had a blast.
  20. I cut some strands from a copper Chore Boy and wrap it around a bore brush. Cleans lead fouling very quickly. Of course I stopped shooting Thunderbolts years ago because they are crap.
  21. I have no experience with 10rd mags from them. I purchase mags right on the website.
  22. The Stacatto C2 mags are gen 2 mags are $69 for the 120mm version and work perfectly. The mags are nothing like the old STI mags. The discount also applies for accessories like mags. The gun is way less than $3000.
  23. The Honda driver was rushing someone to the hospital, they just didn't know it at the time.
  24. I have a C2 and really like it. It is a bit large/heavy for everyday carry (same size as G19 but weighs more). I usually carry my P365 but I just got a P320 X Compact and put a Leupold DPP on it and have been carrying it quite a bit. But to get back to your question I don't have the Wilson but the C2 I have is very well made and great to shoot. The Stacatto LEO/MIL discount is great. My C2 was a good deal with the discount. I was not comparing the 2 because the Stacatto was what I wanted. You can't go wrong with either but the Staccato costs 1/3 of the price of the Wilson but Staccato magazines cost more than Wilson mags. I am happy with my C2, it is extremely accurate and well built. You can't go wrong with either.
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