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  1. Shooter's Outpost on Bumpfire stocks

    They are stupid, but yes "tacticool". The ods of finding one on an AR with an EO Tech knockoff and a $100 UTG rail is far greater than finding one on a Match AR used for high power competition. I stand by my statement.
  2. Shooter's Outpost on Bumpfire stocks

    Not every shop is about being tacticool. I know shops that their forte in competitive pistol shooting, some shops could care less about that. Just because a place sells gun stuff doesn't mean they cary gun stuff for every discipline.
  3. Antique Gun Restoration

    Give Tim a call at G&N Gunsmithing. 570 Washington St Wrentham, Massachusetts, MA 02093 (508) 404-9075
  4. Northeast Trading For Sale.

    Correct! His main issues were federal. They could have been avoided, but he like to walk to the beat of his own drum. When Uncle Sam tells you to cut the shit, he means it.
  5. Bullseye Shooting - Red dot Y or N?

    What league are you shooting in?
  6. Bullseye Shooting - Red dot Y or N?

    A Ruger Mark 2 or 3 with a good trigger is the best bang for the dollar. I have a guy on my team who shot a 300 in practice with it. If you can shoot without a dot, then do it. Yes 99% of those in the sport including myself use one, but a regular iron sight will produce amazing numbers. Don...
  7. Northeast Trading For Sale.

    He's been trying to sell for a good year. I used to see his ad on CL. He's old, tired, and looking to cash out. Unless he drops his draws, he won't be going anywhere anytime soon.
  8. Northeast Trading For Sale.

    Fred was a damn fine man. [sad2]
  9. Northeast Trading For Sale.

    Relax, the photo is from 2014 [laugh]
  10. Northeast Trading For Sale.

    75K gets you nothing. So he wants $450,000
  11. .45 ACP case gauging question...

    Most if not all .45 ACP semi-pistols headspace on the cartridge, you want to be carful not to crimp the flare of case into the bullet. I use a tapper crimp like this for my .45's...
  12. "NEW" NRA basic pistol course: ILTC Instructor Lead Course!

    Can you post the link please? I'd like to send this out to some friends.
  13. Maverick 88 Sharp edge on loading port

    Guns got blood on it, might be worth more money to the right buyer. LOL
  14. Hornady Auto Charge vs RCBS Chargemaster

    Not to be a smart ass, but it depends on the size of the load. It throws in two stages. First it comes out on the faster side and then it trickles when it gets closer to your desired weight. Pistol loads are generally light to begin with so it doesn't pick up much speed. I don't use it much for...
  15. Hornady Auto Charge vs RCBS Chargemaster

    I have the RCBS and love it. It's accurate, fast, and easy to use. Makes building up test loads much faster.
  16. What happened to my classified add?

    It's hard to go through each and every ad. When the title is marked sold, spf, gone, delete, etc they get deep sixed. I moved about 400 this morning. Sorry bout that.
  17. Bead Blasting Revolver

    G&N Gunsmithing (508) 404-9075 [email protected]
  18. Foxboro Show Feb 4&5

    Went today around 12:30 with my daughter. Kids under 12 get in free. The place was a zoo. We were packed like sardines. Walked around for about an hour ran into a few people I know. Only thing I bought was a pink camo backpack for my daughter and a bag of Doritos. They wanted $20, we got it for...
  19. Reloading Bench Photos

    Must be a heavy table. I'm 6'00 200 lbs and I feel like I could tip that over.
  20. Tacticool bolt action ideas

    For price, shooting .223, accuracy, and tacticool, it's hard to beat a good AR15. If you must have a bolt then go your way, but an AR with a match barrel and good trigger will take you a long way.
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