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Old June 4, 2012, 07:49 PM   #7751
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Hi Members! Finally i am already a member in this forum! My name is Lysco Chimney. I found this great

community forum while searching over the Internet. This is really a nice forum hope i would

have a nice stay

here...



sincerely yours.
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Old June 4, 2012, 07:54 PM   #7752
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Hello All,

Been lurking here for a while, and finally decided to join and make it official. Some REALLY good people here and over at TFL.

Regards,

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Old June 5, 2012, 02:19 AM   #7753
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Hi,

I always seem to end up on this site, no matter what I'm searching, and I finally got tired of only getting part of the thread, so I decided to join and save myself the trouble.

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Old June 5, 2012, 11:24 AM   #7754
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New from Georgia

My husband and I started a website, www.lockandloadarms.com and he is a cowboy shooter, Ohio fast draw & SASS. I am the brains behind the operation. And he has turned the back part of our property into a shooting range.
So we live and breath firearms of all kinds.
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Old June 6, 2012, 12:30 AM   #7755
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Hi everyone,

My name is Robert and I am new to this forum. I don’t know all that much about firearms, but I have developed an interest in them as of late.

I use to shoot many years ago, as a young boy, with my uncle on his farm in PA. I acquired a few firearms from him, but through the years for the need of money, I foolishly sold some. I sold a 30 30 lever action rifle, an old H&R 16 Gauge Single shot, shotgun, and an H&R .22 revolver.

However, what I still have left from him is a Charter Arms .38, revolver, with a 2” barrel, also a Beretta .25, model 950 -jet fire, which my aunt, his wife, has just recently given to me. My uncle passed on a few years back.

I just recently purchased a Stoeger, 20 gauge, double barrel, coach gun. It's a nice gun and fun to shoot.

For conceal carry I usually take along a small Taurus 380, but when I am out on the road, I will also take along my Taurus Judge. This is just about my total inventory of firearms, for now anyways.


The one thing that I have learned about firearms however, is how dang expensive they’ve become. I remember that prices years ago weren’t nearly as high. I guess guns can make a good investment.

At any rate, I just thought I would post and introduce myself to you. I look forward to getting better acquainted with you all and gaining a better understanding of guns.

Regards
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Old June 6, 2012, 04:47 PM   #7756
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Agreed. I'm a new member here also but through numerous years of google search results this site is already very familiar to me.
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Old June 7, 2012, 07:19 AM   #7757
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Old June 7, 2012, 11:04 AM   #7758
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New Memeber Jarvis from Key West, FL.http://images.thehighroad.org/smilies/biggrin.gi

Hello all,

My name is Capt. Jarvis , from Key West, FL.
NRA Certified Instructor, & Shooting Coach.

Loading in calibers, .45acp. 40SW,38spl, .357Mag, 9mm, and about to get started on rifle loads, starting with .223 rem

I mainly Load .45ACP because thats what I shoot more of with my Colt 1911.

I use the Dillon Super 1050, and enjoy making my own ammo, as much as I enjoy Shooting them.


My Web Site is www.SOP9.com
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http://www.Facebook.com/standardoperatingprocedure9

Looking forward to learning from the old school & experienced guys in here.
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Old June 9, 2012, 06:38 PM   #7759
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Hey folks, Figured I'd pop in and introduce myself.

Ummmm My name in Dylan, and I am 20 years old.

I own two shotguns, and prefer Remington when its in that category.

I am not sure what else to say.

yup!
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Old June 10, 2012, 05:59 PM   #7760
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hi I'm MIKE
I live upstate NY
I enjoy shooting and fishing
I have a 10/22 and a saiga 7.62 sporter stock waiting for a conversion
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Old June 11, 2012, 06:56 PM   #7761
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Hello everyone,

I'm Michael Martin out of Woodbury Minnesota. I'm lucky enough to have a career writing about these great topics (firearms, personal protection, home defense, etc.). When I'm not doing that, I spend a good chunk of my time as a firefighter with the city of Woodbury, where in addition to responding to our station three, I manage all of the department's public education and recruiting. The rest of my time is spent with my great little boys, and my wonderful wife Sara.

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Old June 12, 2012, 07:17 AM   #7762
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Hello Everyone,

I'm 28yr old currently living in Southern New Mexico, I have a wife and two young daughters (2.5 and 1.5yrs old), former Air Force (AFSC 2E151), work full time doing satellite communications and almost finished with my Mechanical Engineering degree. I reload and try to go shoot when I have the time.

As for my collection
Rifles
1 AR-15, 3 uncompleted AR lowers, Ruger 10/22, Ruger #1 Lipsey edition 45-70, Savage Lightweight Hunter .223, Savage Axis .308, Savage 93R17 17HMR, Savage Mark II TR, S&W 15-22, Henry Frontier 22lr, remington scoremaster 511 22lr

pistols
SA XD40, Ruger P345, Ruger LC9, Ruger MK III, Ruger SR22, RIA 1911 Tactical

Shotguns
Browning Citori 20Ga, Maverick 88 12Ga
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Old June 12, 2012, 02:30 PM   #7763
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Just checking in to say hello. As you might have guessed I'm a biker who rides a Roadking with and interest in guns also.
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Old June 13, 2012, 05:27 PM   #7764
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Howdy From Texas

New to THR and thought I would introduce myself and say howdy. I own a little bit of everything when it comes to guns and always looking to find cool new firearms. I am looking forward to hearing / sharing ideas around firearms.
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Old June 13, 2012, 06:17 PM   #7765
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Hey Gunnutter, where at in Central Texas (consider we're bigger than New England), big area, where do you shoot at? I do some gun trading etc. give me a pm.
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Old June 13, 2012, 06:45 PM   #7766
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welcome gunnutter
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Old June 13, 2012, 10:21 PM   #7767
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Hi guys.

I'm Jack in Montana. Into anything that goes bang. US Army Ret, work in sporting goods.
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Old June 14, 2012, 05:23 PM   #7768
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Hello everyone,
I've been a outdoorsman,serviceman,even mild adventurer for 20 years and I have finally
decided to join a forum or two.
I enjoy everything the outdoors has to offer,and I still camp in a tent or back of my 1990 ford f150 (straight 6)
I am a budget minded fellow, and I enjoy many (and all)shooting sports.
I don't believe you have to have a "name brand" to have a good rifle (particularly ar's).
my primary caliber(s) have been and always will be .243 ,7.62x39, 5.56, 9mm,.45,12g,20g&.22
I have always been able to put meat on the table or defend with these and see no reason to change to the latest "buy me" caliber.
I believe in shot placement and clean kills when taking game.
I have used wolf 5.56 in my mini 14 for 20 years and she still puts a .75 group at 100(hp,not fmj don't ask why don't know fmj is solid 1.2ish).
my ar's do very well with wolf as well, I just clean my weapons after shooting that day.
I look forward to some nononsense information sharing.
I'm not an armchair commando,I won't embelish or bs ya, if I did it I'll tell ya.
Have great day everyone
blazer1a
ps I recently upgraded to an xd9 I love the accuracy and feel of this weapon it's awesome. eats blazer and wolf all day long lol.
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Old June 14, 2012, 11:58 PM   #7769
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West Coast New-B Flatlander

Hey it's great ta shoot y'all a little flack. Thought I'd pull the trigger on this .org.
I was plinkin around the net and found you on the CalGun net so I thought I would scope you out.
Got a bead on your comments and discussions n such.
Been shootin stuff all my life especially the bull.
Got me a
Mossberg 505 12 ga
Winchester '74 44 mag
S&W M&P .45
Sears semi 22
Springfield subcom 9
Still in jail a GI No 2 50

Well gotta eject now.

Throw on the safety and be good,
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Old June 15, 2012, 12:49 AM   #7770
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Hello all, my name is Jason. I am an NRA certified instructor South of Kansas City on the Missouri side. I teach firearms safety at all levels, some tactical shooting, long range accuracy, and Missouri CCW classes. I spent 9 years in the Marines learning how to handle firearms and shoot.
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Old June 15, 2012, 08:21 AM   #7771
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Pushing the Yeager envelope

Hi,

I am a gun revivalist, having purchased my first gun about a year ago. I was nieve enough to think [at that time] that gun technology has advanced along with the digital landscape, into the 21st century. So far, my impression is that it has fallen back to the old defaults, and not without intervention. This saddens me. I shot marksman M-16 in the Air Force 1977. I bought my first gun, Ruger SR40, wanting the edge of the EU 10mil but not the kick. Frist impressions of the Ruger... it is a rock tosser! I believe this gun can be drug through the mud and still shoot [at same accuracy]. Suppose it suffices for it's designed purpose. I found a friend at the shooting range who has a strong affinity for guns and customized his Kimber 45s. He has several although, one in particular has (for lack of a better explaination) a bullshido like soul. Feedback and control is soo smooth that it got me looking into the transverse wave harmonics of the blast "ring"/bullet velocity harmonics. This probably has nothing to do with bullet flight unless some auto/semi-auto harmonics overlap but it is a great pleasure to feel! So, I bought a Savage 308 for hunting and practice. Depending on ammo (purchased) it had a range of "feel" of a wood mallet to plastic mallet. Some Chech ammo I found at a show (762x51) almost gave it a metal mallet feel... post bullet eject "ring" was more... of a metal-"ring" than a "bong", "boing" or worse like a drummer's symbol. It was always my plan to start reloading. When I fell in love with the development notes on the 338 Lapua Magnum from the bullet ballistics, travel I had to buy a (Savage 110BA) 338 Lapua Magnum before they are removed from the public landsacpe altogether. Got me some Hornady ammo 285gr and set out to make sure all shots were;
  1. in the bullseye
  2. below the horizon
  3. would not deflect above horizon
(allot of travel beyond the 100 yard "A-typical" range). After 3 shots, one gets stuck in the chamber. Did some basic cleaning and debug but still after 3rd shot, one gets stuck in the chamber. Dealer said Savage blames ammo, Hornady blames Savage chamber. Gun smith recommends polishing the chamber 400 grit wetsand. I went to buy some Privy Partsan 338 lapua ammo. Put in the order and got an email the next day "Order Cancelled". I called and asked why the order was cancelled and the sales support said the "primers were bad" and they had to send every box they had back to manufacturer...[hmmmm?] So now I have to reload. I am leaning toward a Rock Chucker press (need that 4.25+ clearance, and I want to reload my other cal. a little latter) with Redding dies.
Found some good observations on here and signed-up. Anyone in the 338 Lapua loading conudrum and have some advice... I am open minded. [I am also suspicious that the best ammo manufacturing for 338 Lapua (Lost River J40) was submarined and the landscape (even reloading) is mined with traps and fiscal genocide)] I plan on using the Lapua to go hunting since a disability from the Air Force left me with an asmatic condition, chasing game is not in my fortune.

So that is about me. I love that 2600-3000 FPS bullet flight challenge. I "think" it is still "doable" in the USA but I am having growing doubts.

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Old June 15, 2012, 08:25 AM   #7772
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Hey my names joe, I'm 18, I'm into handguns and open carry



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Old June 15, 2012, 08:34 AM   #7773
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Hello all, my name is Pete I live in upstate N.Y. I currently enjoy all shooting sports as well as reloading ammunition, glad to be here and I look forward to future conversations.
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Old June 15, 2012, 03:33 PM   #7774
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hi my name is jimmy sadd. i'm sorry about mistake i made about m16 for sale.i't my
first gun and i'm 77 years old. my wife is 60 and i want her to learn to defend herself when i'm gone. we live way out in the country. i'm enjoy the thr
thanks
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Old June 16, 2012, 05:37 AM   #7775
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hellooo :)

Hey Im 19 and a girl and im into S&W hand guns. And have a lot of questions about guns (wasnt really raised around them or raised knowing how to use them) But my family in the military recently got me into guns and taught me a lot. lol
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