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  1. Not to be repetitive as it was said in the first response, but safety. If you can not attend a class, there are plenty of youtube videos that can teach you how to load, unload, grip, fire and clear malfunctions. You can learn all that in the safe and stress free environment of your home. I highly recommend picking up some snap caps in the caliber of your gun. Make sure there are no live rounds, and load a magazine with the snap caps. Then you can practice safely performing these different manipulations of the gun, being muzzle conscious and safe. You can also practice getting a proper sight picture and dry fire. That will also help when you get to the range. Once there, remember to keep your finger off the trigger until you are pointed down range and take aim at the threat. Other than that, congrats and enjoy!
  2. Redacted. Looks like this: http://forums.thecmp.org/showthread.php?t=5933
  3. On a pistol, the serialized frame is the only part that needs to go through an FFL.
  4. Looking for a late 3rd gen with a removable cylinder bushing. Let me know what you have.
  5. Not really looking for a collector, but I would like it to be in a safe operating condition. Sub $1K. Let me know what you have.
  6. Vicious


    Yeah, can’t really see why those 2 guys went into a bidding war after the gun was well past its value.
  7. Vicious


    Hm, makes me want to list my 686...
  8. Well, I need every frame I can get for a 280hz monitor. Currently running 3900X, 32GB RAM, x570 board, GTX 1080, and a m.2 drive. Just barely hacking it in some competitive FPS games. Not netting the 280 fps without dumbing down some settings, and I only drop them to a point, and even with that, I barely hit 280. Most games I hover around 120-150 maxed out settings. My card is dated, but I was waiting on the 30 series. I really want a 3080 or 6800 XT. The additional frames you get with the 5000 series CPUs has made that an easy choice for me as well. All I have to do is upgrade the BIOS and swap out the CPU. Then I’ll throw the 3900X in a new build for the wife.
  9. Late, but that would be a no go. Either build or buy a rig.
  10. With AMD crushing intel, I would say AMD Ryzen 7 5800x or above paired with a Radeon 6800 or above which should be released tomorrow. The only issue is availability. The AMD chips and Nvidia cards are out of stock everywhere.
  11. I have the same thought process. My last build was a i7 3770k just to show how long it lasted me. My current build is a 3900x that I am very happy with. I would clone it for myself, but that seems silly now that the 5900x is out. I have long awaited AMD’s return ever since the release of the Intel Core Series.
  12. Lol, I can see the confusion. Maybe I should change the title.
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