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About Nucrunner

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    South Jersey
  • Interests
    IDPA SSP Sharpshooter
  • Home Range
    South Jersey Shooting Club / MHRPC / Quinton Sportsmen

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  1. Anyone seen or know of any 2020 Colt Pythons available I know.... but thanks!
  2. Just sayin’ .....and Happy Thanksgiving!
  3. My highlights! I also recorded Anthony’s entire presentation. I’ll post that when I figure out how GREAT speakers though, I’m glad I went
  4. I’ll be there in a maroon CNJFO hoodie....and a Brownell’s NRA sports hat Be nice to meet and shake hands with you guys....
  5. Awesome show today. In the past I’ve heard bits and pieces of Ant’s legal issues. Today was the first time I heard them all in one sitting. It’s a must listen....#Redflaglaws
  6. How are you guys making out with this match? Still going on the second Saturday of the month?
  7. Thanks for all the input! Settled on a S&W 625 JM
  8. I would appreciate any comments as far as whether the KEL-TEC Gen2 SUB2000 is good to go “as is” in NJ? Is it a rifle or a Pistol? (Permit other than FID required?) I understand are some adjustments with the stock, will it be required to be pinned? Giving thought to purchase, would appreciate any pros or cons to owning one in NJ. No specific use, just another option at the range. Thanks!
  9. Am I missing something? That poster is from 2016, Banger’s is no longer in existence?
  10. Just put a 6moa Vortex Venom on a G17mos gen 5. Dawson suppressor sights to co- witness. I’ve only had it out to the range twice, but I’m happy with it.... I plan I’m using it for local Steel Challenge matches.
  11. So, I’m from along line of US Navy guys. Every Uncle, father, grandfather, etc. myself included. My son, choose the Air Force, he did 6 years active and has one year to go to retire from the reserves after 20. Great move on his part, he was smart, but he was a bit lazy, military put him on the right track, I could never be prouder of him. My daughter (2 years older) on the other hand, went to college. I felt better with my son in the AF, then my daughter at college. His early CO’s, sent notes and cards assuring us of his progress. My wife had to lie to the college to get information as far as how my daughter was doing (parents do, what parents gotta do). A piece of advice, when he goes to San Antonio for boot, start making plans for you to be there for his graduation. It’s a big deal, you don’t want to miss it.
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