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You're gonna love the Blue Kool-Aid hands if you got delivered an older batch of bullets. Hehe.
I am SO tentatively in, aging family issues aside. Rhodesian Short Shorts w/ suspenders may be in order.
Harvard USPSA is having a rifle only...
I've seen them locally for $550 and they don't hang around long, but come in quickly.
Yeah you get yours to Harvard, Punk.
I've always had good experiences dealing with Brian. He has gone out of his way for me once when he really didn't need to, and I am very grateful...
Loaded 500 rounds of 9MM last night, and tumbled up some .30-06 brass. Need to get some rifle action in soon.
If you're curious, I've got one new that's been floating at the shop for some time. It's been on Armslist for ages.
Must be the Amazon and Wish cheapo chinesium glock auto sears.
The file cabinets at ReStore's are great solutions, use them for organizing by caliber, also for organizing my reloading components.
I've got well over 10K rounds through my Canik TP9SFL... it's one rugged pistol for sure, has gone through several thousand rounds before cleaning...
Please get the FAL 3 Gun Action on video!
Firechicken for sure. But I may be biased with my '67 Camaro.
I dig it! I think it would look great with a compensator, plus you can tune the gas system. You're gonna have a smooth shooter!
I have this tool, and it's still in the box, right next to the probably few thousand .223 cases that need the primer crimp dealt with. I'd just...
OP finally delivered!
I believe Full.Lead.Taco on Youtube has a few videos featuring the .277 Wolverine, I believe he was using Western Powders and maybe even Trail...
I feel like there would be some mitigating returns in that case, but I am not a bullseye shooter either.
Get whichever shotgun fits you best, and it'll be more than suitable!
When I first bought my VP9 I wasn't so sure on the paddle mag release. At this point it's just second nature, and I can comfortably go between a...
Seresto Collars have worked very well in my experience, I'd recommend switching them about between 6 and 7 months, especially if your dog wears...
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