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  1. Seecamp LWS .32. The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly. Opinions, nice holsters, advice, ammo...ect.

    I remember at one point the Winchester FMJ flat nose stuff would cycle. Haven’t tried it in a while and I’m not sure the overall length of those rounds at the moment.
  2. Safety class around Greenfield/Amherst

    Not looking for private instruction so much as options in the area that she can make it to in a reasonable amount of time. Greenfield/Amherst is where she spends most of her day, so that's just to give kind of a start point. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Safety class around Greenfield/Amherst

    Friend of mine wants to get her LTC and asked if I could help finding a class for her. Is there anything up coming in this area? Has kids and school so traveling too far won't work. Thanks! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. New gun shop

    I was just sent an article by my sister (that I can't figure out for the life of me how to get a link for to post one here) about a new gun shop in Turners Falls, my home town. It's called the Gun Rack located on Avenue A. I know nothing else about it, it's opened since the last time I was home...
  5. Pistol, from scratch.

    I wish I had half as much skill as that. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Pistol, from scratch.

    Watch this kid design and build his own single shot target pistol. The video is a little long, but interesting. He uses a couple existing designs to develop his own; then makes all the parts, screws included. The one exception is he harvests a .177 barrel from a pellet gun. Impressive skill...
  7. Guns you shouldn't like, but do.

    Yes it will, I have an M39 that I can consistently hit a 3x3 plate at 500 yards using the irons using cheap surplus ammo. I've wanted one of those for years. I have a weird thing for break action revolvers. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. People are clueless...CCW story...

    I asked a Scottish guy what they say when someone asks what they wear under the kilt, the answer was "Its written in braille underneath" [laugh]
  9. Tell me about the HiPoint 9mm Carbine Rifle

    I followed the advice I read online somewhere and left them loaded for a couple weeks, and when I load them I give the back a tap on the bench to make sure everything is seated properly. Never had an issue, but I have heard the feed lips need adjusting at times.
  10. Tell me about the HiPoint 9mm Carbine Rifle

    Bang..ping Bang...mmm that was a good sandwich honey, I need to get back to the range now....ping [smile]
  11. Garand bolt not auto releasing when clip is inserted

    My point was, I thought thats how they were SUPPOSED to work. Push down clip with thumb with hand down side of action in front of bolt handle > use hand to hit bolt handle > move hand out of the way to allow bolt to slam home. At least, thats how I remember the last one I used working.
  12. Garand bolt not auto releasing when clip is inserted

    Wait, he's saying the bolt stays back when he loads a fresh clip. Aren't you supposed to have to pull the bolt back a little to release it? Its been forever since I've used a Garand.
  13. Tell me about the HiPoint 9mm Carbine Rifle

    I have one, eats anything I put in it including filthy steel cased Russian crap, surprisingly accurate too. Just load the mags for a few days and it should run fine.
  14. Tourniquets- Finally some common sense!

    And also: http://www.ems1.com/trauma/articles/1001613-Tourniquets-in-EMS/
  15. Tourniquets- Finally some common sense!

    Pocket knife and a pen cap, I saw it on an episode of the A-Team once[laugh]
  16. EDC - where do you put all this stuff??

    iPhone for work on belt, personal phone left front with wallet. Car key, pocket knife (Either a Vic Hiker or a new Rough Rider "Camp") and Fenix E12 right front, rest of my keys clipped to a belt loop and slipped into my back right pocket. Once I can get my permit (NY sucks, and moving to PA...
  17. Tourniquets- Finally some common sense!

    Folded up + as a windlass After watching a guy die at work (Massive heart attack, nothing could have saved him) I started carrying a small kit in my jacket with gloves, gauze pads, tape, aspirin, and a triangle bandage, along with the scissors attached on the back. Started to look at...
  18. The Apex difference.

    Its not hard at all as long as you have the right sized pin punches and keep the sear springs separate so you dont have to call apex and ask which one is the one that came with the kit, because they are right next to each other in the trailer and I'm too dumb to remember which is which.
  19. CMP 1911's

    [rofl]
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