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WhiskeyTangoFoxtrot last won the day on July 14 2016

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  1. WhiskeyTangoFoxtrot

    2019 Training

    Not Rockwell Tactical Group... Joe @ S&T is by far the best value out there. Would love to take a class with DeFoor or Langdon.
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    Shotshells by the Case ??

    If you’re a member of North Jersey Target Clay Club, you can order cases of shot shells and/or reloading supplies from their clay supplier from PA. Prices were pretty reasonable since there are Fudds there who shoot through cases each week. Have to pick up early on a Saturday or Sunday though when the delivery truck arrives at the club.
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    Had an accident at the range today need advice..

    I’ll buy whatever you don’t get. Lol.
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    cordless impact

    That's a very nice impact wrench. Milwaukee tools get a lot of love over at GarageJournal.com and the company has done alot of cool things (to the point of gimmicky like Sig Sauer). With current advancements in battery tech, buying cordless tools today is like buying a TV. There's always going to be something new like 1080p, 4K, UHD, OLED, 20V, 24V, brushless motors, etc. Current gen Milwaukee is based on 18V Fuel platform but I'm assuming they will move to 20V at some point.
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    Had an accident at the range today need advice..

    Tactical oven mitts
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    "Christmas AR" lowers from PSA

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    WTB: Old Weber gas grills

    If it has a blue or red hood, then perhaps yes
  8. WhiskeyTangoFoxtrot

    WTB: Old Weber gas grills

    I recently got into the hobby of rehabbing old Weber gas grills. I rescue Webers from the curb like other people rescue stray cats and dogs. Anyhoo, I'm on the hunt for the blue, red, or Skyline Genesis grills of the 90's if only for parts. Just want to put the feelers out so PM me on any leads. Thanks.
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    Wine Recommendations

    Not fake wine. Pairs well with Russian dressing...
  10. NHRPC + Shady Maple Smorgasboard trip = WINNING
  11. I would budget in everything from the rifle, glass, bipod, match grade ammo, spotting scope, rear bag, mat, training, LD range membership/travel, etc. Glass is probably as important as the rifle. A good article here: https://gundigest.com/gear-ammo/optics/buying-the-perfect-precision-scope As for 6.5 vs .308, .308 gets pushed around by the wind after so many hundred yards (less so than 6.5). If you want to "learn" and be challenged, then .308 may be a better round to start out with (or be frustrated with). I think an RPR with decent Vortex or comparable scope is a great place to start for a beginner.
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    Fear Mongering?

    The day confiscation begins is the day the shooting starts....
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    Where can i get one of these?

    Yup, that's Gronk. You have to be pretty brawny to do that like Jesse "The Body" Ventura in Predator. Many moons ago at Knob Creek MG shoot, they had three miniguns mounted to a tripod which flipped over backwards and killed the young girl firing them (from her skull being crushed by one of the miniguns). You can have one with a Class III or 7 FFL going through LEO demo letters, post sample, etc. process. Figure 2,000-6,000 rounds per minute of 7.62x51 (.308) at $0.50 a round. You can do the math. For something more accessible, the Dillon Aero calendar is usually pretty sweet and features the minigun prominently for your garage/workshop.
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    I have to admit, I would love to get my hands on a PSA Space Force lower. Good post about the history of PSA lowers here. https://www.ar15.com/forums/Industry/PSA-Lowers-The-Definitive-Thread-on-their-Differences-/301-243849/
  15. Does this mean I can have a 10.5" AR rifle, but remove the firing pin from the bolt and my home and I'm good to go under NJ firearms laws since it's inoperable? What if I just remove the magazine floor plates from the 15-rd magazines and from my home. Am I good to go under the letter of the law?

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