I bought a gun or something gun related today

rchaas

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Picked this up recently. Built by Kevin Toothman. Very accurate but loud!
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oljames3

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1000 of 115 grain WWB in 9mm FMJ for Tom Given's Dynamic Marksmanship at KR Training on October 6-7. Also, a second double mag pouch and another pair of Vertx Legacy pants.
 

KellyB

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Fresh custom foam for a traveling case from Quality Bedding, foam shop behind H&H gun range. Robert, the owner, did a really nice job on this super tight fit for 2 guns in one case.
 

dennishoddy

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Hated paying the government $200 to purchase a piece of tubing, and having to wait 6-10 months for delivery, but after the midterm elections the hearing protection act passing congress is not going to happen.

11 oz with a modular system to change barrel threads. My .30 cal stuff is the 5/8" thread, and the .223 is the 1/2" thread.
I don't understand why you can get a background check in 5 minutes for a lethal firearm and it takes up to 10 months for a piece of tubing.

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Jeff T.

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Got a S&W Victory today, Fibre Optic sights, got 30% off $400 price paid $280 + tax. New steel challenge pistol!!


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dennishoddy

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dennishoddy said:
Hated paying the government $200 to purchase a piece of tubing, and having to wait 6-10 months for delivery, but after the midterm elections the hearing protection act passing congress is not going to happen.

11 oz with a modular system to change barrel threads. My .30 cal stuff is the 5/8" thread, and the .223 is the 1/2" thread.
I don't understand why you can get a background check in 5 minutes for a lethal firearm and it takes up to 10 months for a piece of tubing.

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It's here!! Haven't taken it to the range yet though. My first suppressor.
 

crgtheman

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I bought these custom earplugs. I already broke the cord for the sling but I'll return the cord on Monday as I have a year warranty.IMG_2754.jpg

Big Ear really did a great job with the earplugs and how they fit. They sure are one of the best!

 

SGW Gunsmith

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Only if you don't miss, and come on man, it's Dennis we're talking about here. Better bring a spare mag.

I know this is a bit older thread, but I'm a Dennis, and I can actually hit a barn with my .454 Casull ( as long as I'm standing in side of it), so us Dennis' got to stick together.
 

SGW Gunsmith

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My most recent "new thang" is for summer carry when fireworks are a bit harder to hide on one's hide:
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I got rid of that silly magazine disconnect and polished some of the internal parts that [email protected]@KED like they needed it. This is the LC9s and I'm really getting to admire 'striker fired' pistols.
 

SGW Gunsmith

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It's here!! Haven't taken it to the range yet though. My first suppressor.
Hey, I know what you mean about the $200.00 extorsion fee. Our great, ex-President, was working on getting rid of that tax, and no sign off by the local LEO, but now Been Hiden and Cameltoe Hairball are going to be a force against that sort of thing.
When I got mine, several years ago, I bought it under my business being an LLC. No picture and no prints. All that, I guess, has changed now.
I suppose another item on THEIR list are rubber tipped darts for spring loaded plastic toys. Someone could lose an eye you know. :oops:

Congrats on receipt of your new purchase. Quiet is being "polite" in most other countries.
 

dennishoddy

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On a hunting trip to South Africa a friend saw the same suppressors we have here at prices that would shock us. About $100-$200 each on the shelf to buy like a can of green beans in a supermarket. No government permit required. Most European countries require suppressors in the field on hunts. It's insane we can't do the same.

It's just coming out of committee here in the OK legislature a bill that will allow gun stores to recognize the Concealed carry license to sell firearms without the federal government background check.
I hope it passes and it has a pretty good chance from what I'm hearing.
 

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