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    Best .22 for woods/hiking

    I like the Buckmark Camper. I've put over 1000 rounds of various kinds of ammo through it with only 2 failures I think. That's pretty good reliability for any gun, in my opinion.
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    Rimfire scope moving

    Thanks guys. A lot of good suggestions here. Just to be clear, it's not the scope that's moving in the rings, it's the rings on the reciever. I'll try a few things and see how they work out.
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    Rimfire scope moving

    Well I tried using alcohol to clean everything that makes contact. And I am using a quarter to tighten it as much as I can. I don't want to try any harder or I am afraid I will strip it. Of course I can't tell if it works till I next go to the range. I guess I'll try serrating the mount...
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    Rimfire scope moving

    The cheap bushnell scope I am using on my Marlin model 60 is moving when I shoot. No matter how hard I tighten the knobs it it always moves. A few hundred rounds will move it back an inch. This is quite annoying because it also messes up the zero. Has anyone fixed this problem through any other...
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    Places around UC Davis to get into guns?

    I am just a college freshmen here, no car, no guns, just a bicycle. I turn 19 in October. I suppose what I was looking for would really be a university team or something, a "no experience required" type of thing. (My only experience is shooting handguns and carbines at "Beretta Day" in NJ)...
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    Places around UC Davis to get into guns?

    I have searched the UC Davis website, this site, and google for any information about opportunities to get into guns and shooting, but have found nothing. I apologize if I am posting in the wrong place or this has already been covered, but does anyone have any ideas for me? Thanks much.
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    Carryable fixed blade

    The Spyderco Perrin is a very good choice. You may be able to get a good price on one now, or you may not be able to find one at all I don't know, but I can assure you that it is a very nice knife, very light, good handle, and it cuts very well. If you want to carry it IWB you will need to get a...
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    Newest UK alternative to self-defense??

    Um, how exactly is this 10 lb ball going to "corner" and intruder? :rolleyes: :scrutiny:
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    They are a great store! I now have a collection of 7 of their bandaid holders! (One free with each order)
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    Do you carry a sheeple-friendly knife?

    I carry a Benchmade 921. It seems kind of sheepleific where I live, and I'm not sure people could take the large blade (3.3"), so discretion is requred, but that's what the small blade (2") is for. With a blade that small people don't even seem to notice it's there. I've even used the blade on...
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    Seen the new Camillus Max 7 Monster

    Hey I have one of those... Rollocks. That is a big knife.
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    Guns don't kill people....Well, actually, yes, they do

    That's one of the wierdest looking thing's I have ever seen. It kind of looks like it's attached to his index finger.
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    Do you carry a sheeple-friendly knife?

    I carry a Benchmade 921. The 3.3 inch blade should be pretty friendly, but if even more sheeple-friendliness is needed, it has the tiny little secondary blade. Works great for me.
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    CRKT Crawford Kasper

    Spyderco Sharpmaker all the way. With a little practice you will be able to put a shaving edge on all your knives with ease. I highly reccomend it. Every knife knut needs one.
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    Caught a Butterfly-pics thread

    No, mine's not a special blade or steel, it was a standard production model, before Benchmade discontinued it, the 43Blk. I guess at the factory they just stamped the wrong number on it. I carry mine mostly in a custom sheath from Gary Graley , sometimes in the Benchmade Sheath, and sometimes...
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    Cold Steel, Benchmade or Spyderco??

    There a lot of Benchmades and Spydercos to look in that price range. I own several Benchmades, only 2 Spydercos, a Spyderfly and a Fred Perrin. The Fred Perrin is a great fixed blade, and I would totally reccomend it. However in the folder department, based on what I've seen I would...
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    Anyone have a Spyderco Spyderfly yet?

    I got mine. You won't be dissapointed, trust me. If this is your first balisong you should learn to flip it. is a good site to learn from. I did.
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    Caught a Butterfly-pics thread

    Here's a picture of mine. It may be one of a kind, I'm not sure. I use it anyway. I also own a 42 but don't have a pic of it. picture (That's a Benchmade 43 mismarked as a 47)