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Madhouse

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  1. Madhouse

    Grilling

    Yard birds on the kamodo
  2. I blame it on my martial arts history, but I tend to shoot pistol in a modified weaver stance, back foot almost at a full 45 degrees. It's not popular, but I've made it my go-to.
  3. Wish that was 200 gr subsonics.
  4. I really enjoyed that video. I'll do some drills and try to put that info to use. Thanks for posting that Tom.
  5. Welcome aboard sir.
  6. Nice, another Maine-iac! Welcome aboard. I'm originally from the north end of the state.
  7. Nice build Brian! Back before Bushmaster was bought out and moved to what, New York or something? Freedom Group bought them? Then some of the original folks brought Windham Weaponry into business if I'm not mistaken...
  8. Key Battles of the Civil War https://www.historyonthenet.com/key-battles-civil-war It was well presented by two college professors. They aren't at all boring, cracking geeky jokes as they go. I recommend it.
  9. Excellent. I just finished a 22 episode podcast on the civil war, needed some fresh ear food. Thanks.
  10. I've got a couple of RIA's 1911s, one in .45acp and one in 9mm - great guns. And at that price, you're right, no room to bitch.
  11. The real kicker is her current car, the Infiniti. It only has 17k miles on it. I'm pretty sure we've never kept a vehicle past 40k miles. The last truck I sold had 13k on it, and years ago I traded a new GMC truck with 7k on it. We're the idiots taking that initial hit in the wallet so others can buy low mileage cars at a greatly educed price, lol.
  12. yeah, it was very well received
  13. So, I figured she deserved this. She's been wanting this Buick for a while, she had no idea I was getting it for her.
  14. The receiver is stamped Patented 1906, but I can't seem to determine the actual manufacture year.
  15. Madhouse

    Grilling

    That's a lot of ripping and tearing. Hope you have claws.
  16. And 10/22's are special to me, I have many, some are tacti-cool, some are sentimental.
  17. Old 22's, that's a topic I can relate to! Here is one of my favorites, Savage pump action, tube fed.
  18. Don't put too much emphasis on the Ranks and Badges. Here are our Ranks: Newbie8,367 members 0 points Rookie7 members 40 points Apprentice10 members 90 points Explorer4 members 185 points Contributor1 member 250 points Enthusiast2 members 400 points Collaborator0 members 800 points Community Regular0 members 1,300 points Rising Star0 members 1,950 points Proficient0 members 2,600 points Experienced0 members 3,900 points Mentor0 members 5,200 points Veteran0 members 9,100 points Grand Master0 members 13,000 points
  19. A while back I did some caliber consolidation, sold weapons and ammo of the lesser-needed varieties and kept mostly only what I consider to be in my primary weapons systems. I eliminated .40 S&W (ammo and four pistols), 7.62x39 (ammo and one rifle), 4.6x30 (ammo and one rifle), others that I can't even remember. But back to the original question, if the world went to smoldering shit and I would be doing one-day scouting trips, I would probably bring 5.7x28mm along - I'd have my PS90, Five-seveN, and shorty AR, and a bunch of rounds. But if I were busting out with a doubt as to whether I'd ever make it back to home, it would be my standards of 22lr, 9mm, 45ACP and 5.56.
  20. Being a raging 1911 fan, I'm jealous as F about that. :)
  21. Nice work Albroswift. I've got that same pistol, and it has considerable holster wear, yours looks way better. .
  22. Had to run through this once at our last house. Got home and the garage door was open, entry door unlocked. Told my wife to have her phone ready, grabbed my truck gun and cleared the house. Turns out I guess I must have just forgotten to close the garage door when we left.
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