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jm1827 last won the day on March 4 2017

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About jm1827

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    Son, fat drunk and stupid is no way to go through life

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    Somewhere in the swamps of Jersey
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    Ballistics & Physics, Engineering, Guitar, Classic Rock, Coaching Football
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  1. That was freaking hilarious!
  2. I only crimp my .38's enough to remove the case flair, but I shoot them in a S&W 686, which is a heavy gun and being a 357 mag has some room in the cylinder if a bullet tended to walk out a little. While I go nuts with case prep, measurement, powder, distance to lands, etc. for my rifle loads. I tend to pick a near bottom load with whatever powder I have and stick with it for my target/plinking loads for my pistols.
  3. Found it on Spotify yesterday and shared it with my children, they loved it! I am sure my son's circle of right wing friends will love it as well.
  4. Thanks for sharing, my daughter was planning on traveling to Greece when she graduates college in May. we may have to rethink that!
  5. I have a Ruger SR22 and Thunderbolts start keyholing after 200-300 rounds. I need to clean the lead out after every 200 rounds or so and I am good to go.
  6. Great looking dog and great hunt at 11 months old!
  7. A very brief range report. I purchased the Vortex Diamondback Tactical 4-16x44 FFP EBR-2C MOA and mounted it to my AR-15. My gun is a budget build that I pieced together a few years ago with a Delton lower receiver, PSA parts kit with an AeroPrecision upper. For the price point I really like the scope (I found it for $349 on sale), clearer than I expected and tracks well when adjusting both elevation and windage. Bore scoped the rifle and was on paper with the firat shot at 50 yards, had the scope zeroed 2 shots later. I only shot out to 100 yards due to time, as I try and get a half hour or so of shooting before work on Fridays. My gun is probably around a 2- 2.5MOA shooter, hopefully I can get a bit more accuracy out of reloads bit I am not disappointed at all. Definitely a very good scope for the $$$. Thanks!
  8. I ordered the Vortex Diamondback Tactical 4-16x44 FFP EBR-2C MOA. Can I ask what rings you used? Thanks!
  9. Thanks for the info, this looks like a solid scope. How do you like the FFP? I only have a FFP scope on one of my rifles and am just now getting used to it. I may be a bit old school as I had learned to use a moderately powered scope and always have it on on the highest magnification when milling or using the subtensions for holdover.
  10. I have an AR that I built, 223/556, nothing fancy but it shoots well for me. I have a red-dot on it now and can hit a 8 inch plate consistently at 300 yards. I am thinking about putting a scope on it and am looking for some recommendations, I would like to punch paper out to 300 yards. I am currently using Vortex Vipers of one sort or another on most of my rifles, and they work fine, so I was thinking about going that route but would like to hear what others recommend. I have a Night force on my 6.5 CM, but I don't think I need that much for this gun. I would like to spend less than a grand, much less if possible. Thanks, .
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