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re: AR calibers: Help a noob out. - mallardhank
It all depends on how you plan to use the gun. I have a 6.5 Grendel that Will shoot circles around everything previously listed, but it is not a plinking gun and requires a different mag. Get a gun chambered for 5.56 and go from there after shooting it for awhile....


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re: What are the boards thoughts on the .357 Sig? Is it superior to the .40 Cal? - mallardhank
I've had a 10mm in the FBI Smith model 1076 and a gun that heavy and in my case inaccurate had to be very unpopular with the agents. It probably had to be larger and heavier to handle the dynamics of that cartridge. The 357sig is in a Glock and my car gun - very accurate and not much recoil. I...


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re: Pirouge building time - mallardhank
Fish, Been following this from the beginning and if I didn't live in Georgia and working I would have been in your yard with the rest. The stems and plans are what I will need to get started this winter. Put a price on them and a mailing address and the check is in the mail. Hope you're feelin...


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re: *UPDATE-OP* Bought 2007 Toyota Tundra - mallardhank
I have a 2006 Tundra with 220,000 miles. 4.7 v8. Only work done is to have the timing belt changed every one hundred thousand miles, and they change the water pump and fluid and serpentine belt at the same time. Best riding truck I've ever been in. Would not sell it for the 17 grand you are pay...


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re: Anyone own any old Colt pistols (pre 1900) - mallardhank
Always check the date of manufacture on early Colt cartridge revolvers - some are black powder only and smokeless powder cartridges can have very undesirable results on both gun and shooter....


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re: French Quarter Minutemen: good idea or trouble waiting to happen? - mallardhank
The news clip I saw on this was doing its best to over state that the members of this patrol were ccp holders, yet the person they were interviewing stated they were only acting as additional eyes for the police. There is a reason cops were badges and uniforms and anyone trying to act as a repres...


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re: Is the Big Green Egg the YETI of grills? - mallardhank
It's the best investment you and the SO have ever made. Get plenty of sugar maple and jack Daniels chips for smoking: JD for beef and maple for poultry, pork and salmon. Damn best smoked wings you will ever have. Recipe: One bottle of soy sauce One to two cups of Texas Pete hot sauce Tabasc...


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re: Outdoor Grill Opinion - mallardhank
Weber. If you really want to do it right, get a Big Green Egg. You will never regret it, and wonder how you ever lived without it....


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re: When and if the nation collapses... how will you survive? - mallardhank
The biggest problem is for those with everything to lose. There are more people in this country now that have nothing to lose and are dependent on the government to provide their living for them - they are the ones we will have to deal with....


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re: What Has Joe Alleva Added to LSU? Looking for positives... - mallardhank
I guess the way he botched the lacrosse team situation at Duke seemed to jaundice my view of the way he handled the JJ reinstatement. Aleva made the statement that JJ was rejoining the team when his charges were lessened, not Miles. To me it was like Les had no say in the situation, he was forced ...


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re: Did the OB come to a consensus on the best caliber of deer rifle for youths? - mallardhank
7/08. Especially if you reload your own. And I have seen it in WM...


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re: Thoughts on a CZ-452? - mallardhank
452s are really great but your chances of finding one are slim. I go to every gun show I can and bought one of the few I've seen - new in box, 17hmr, $500. Two years ago. The quality for the price made them much more attractive than a Ruger 77/22. The pr ice of the 452 is going up to reflect dem...


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re: Opinion on how you would handle neighbors dog - mallardhank
+1 on the fence. Never rely on anyone but yourself to do the right thing when it comes to protecting the things you love. You store your guns in a safe, right? The world is full of the" it's always someone elses fault "type irresponsible people like your neighbor. They will never understand....


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re: Pirouge building time - mallardhank
For those of us poor souls not able to attend, why don't one of you guys set up a digital camera and record the entire process. ...


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re: Winchester Model 62 - mallardhank
Depends on what you're looking for. If it's. 22wrf then the 1890. A regular 22lr then 62. You will pay big $$$$ to get one in good condition, like over six hundred. They are great little guns...


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Pirogue building - mallardhank
I have a set of plans to build a pirogue that Riverside Lumber off of Downman road gave away lord knows how many years ago. They sold the quarter inch marine plywood you needed for the build. To my knowledge Riverside gas been gone for a long time. To build one is the top item on my bucket list w...


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Pirogue building - mallardhank
I have a set of plans to build a pirogue that Riverside Lumber off of Downman road gave away lord knows how many years ago. They sold the quarter inch marine plywood you needed for the build. To my knowledge Riverside gas been gone for a long time. To build one is the top item on my bucket list w...


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re: Black Talon Hollowpoints. - mallardhank
I thought they came and went during the Clinton administration. Tons of bad press at that time regarding "cop killer" bullets and of course anything guns. Very similar if not identical bullet types brought out under different names and labeled for police use only. Still have some in 10mm-would ha...


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re: Possessing & Toting Guns -- 2nd Amendment Progress - mallardhank
A question can be worded and the answer interpreted to mean anything you want it to mean They don't define the ages of the older people that were polled, but if it's over a certain age then it's a sure bet the vast majority will be old women who will be more liberal and more easily influenced by t...


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re: SA 1911 or Sig p229 for first handgun - mallardhank
The de-cocking aspect of the Sig is the one single selling factor that should move you towards the 229. I have never felt comfortable with the thought of having a "cocked and locked" 1911 around and I have a friend that was shot with a supposed safe 1911 that was in that condition. There is a r...


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re: Anyone ever had a predator hunt spoiled by - mallardhank
Remember reading an article in Outdoor Life many years ago about hunters and trappers that were found dead in the woods - all had broken necks and had been wearing hear covers that we're made from animal pelts. The bottom line was they had been hit by owls and the force of impact had caused the fat...


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re: Purdey Shotguns- What are the OB opinion of them? - mallardhank
They are among the finest guns ever made. Also, the smaller the gauge the fewer guns made, which adds exponentially to your guns value. There are gun shops out there that specialize in these things. ...


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re: I don't understand how ammo supplying works - mallardhank
I believe that many of us are unconsciously doing the hoarding thing - it's been some time now that we've seen certain calibers on the shelves so that when they appear we add to the stash. I am seeing more 9mm, 22mag, 17hmr and others on Wally world shelves and in the lgs, so things are getting bet...


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re: Interested on some opinions - Remmington 03A3 30-06 - mallardhank
The 03 action is one of the finest ever made, and if the rifle is built with a custom barrel will shoot lights out. The action by itself is pricey and altering the bolt and safety which has been done to this gun adds to the cost. You can have 400 plus just in the altered action. This is what h...


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re: Is there a .22 ammo shortage in La? - mallardhank
Whoever said it was available in Atlanta is blowing smoke where it don't belong. Just as rare here as anywhere....


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re: lets talk about really really sharp knives - mallardhank
Get a Work Sharp. You can make any knife unbelievably sharp with this tool.t...


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re: Savage 17 WSM - mallardhank
For more reviews of this cartridge and gun, go to Rimfire Central website. As for the WSMs future, no one knows at this time. I'm waiting for a better rifle from either Ruger or CZ, and those two manufacturers are waiting to see if demand for the WSM will justify the expenses for them to design ...


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re: Been looking for a particular ammo.... - mallardhank
CCI makes it and works really well on pit vipers I believe I've even seen it in wallyworld...


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re: Indiana hunter paralyzed in fall chooses to end life support - mallardhank
I have a good friend in somewhat the same condition, although not on a ventilator now his condition has grown worse and is on the oxygen pipes on his nose to help him avoid pneumonia for the umpteenth time. He is in his early sixties. He is very much with it intellectually and has a voice control...


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re: Thoughts on this rechargeable tool kit? - mallardhank
I'm a superintendent with a retail commercial contractor. I'm seeing more Ryobi tools even though they are still in the minority to dewalt and makita. Price point has to be a big factor - some cost half or less than the others. Also they won't get stolen. For homeowners they're all you ever need....


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