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About Steve_G

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  1. Lowered to $750. Goes to Gunbroker next Friday.
  2. Hey Nick, how are you?... Yes, I got two reference questionnaire complete emails followed by the criminal history check, then application approved. That took exactly 1 month. 6 days later I got the email from OBPD to pick up my permits. Now I'm 24 hours into my wait for NICS...
  3. Applied 7/5 - approved by state 8/5 - picked up @ Old Bridge PD 8/11.
  4. Howard, Just because you ha trouble with a 9mm 1911, does not mean they are prone to problems. I have over 10k rounds through my S&W 9mm 1911 without any issues whatsoever. Just picked up a Range Officer in 9mm, only has about 200 rounds so far, but they have been flawless as well.
  5. That's [art of the point. No one can show you a current package of Taylor Ham, big brother banned it!!!
  6. That also basically says that Taylor's was the original. It also tells me that it is most definitely Taylor Ham! They changed the name because the government changed the definition of "ham". To that I say F the government, it's Taylor Ham!!!
  7. Yes, I know how it works. Do you have evidence to refute the info on Wikipedia?
  8. No. Pork roll (regionally known as Taylor Ham)[1][2] is a pork-based processed meat originating and commonly available in New Jersey, Delaware and parts of Pennsylvania andMaryland. It was developed in 1856[3] by John Taylor of Trenton, New Jersey, and sold as "Taylor Ham". Other producers entered the market, and subsequent food labeling regulations required Taylor to designate it as a "pork roll" alongside their competitors. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pork_roll
  9. OK, didn't think about bringing 2 different loads and deciding what to shoot after seeing the stages. I see. Just goes to show that everyone's preference is different. I prefer the .45 in a 1911. If I want softer, I just grab the 9mm 1911.
  10. When you say Play in single stack. I assume you mean USPSA? If so, what would be the point of converting to .40? I mostly see .45 for major and 9mm for minor. I'm just curious what you feel you would gain?
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