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re: Best home defense pistol AGAIN. but a twist. - TigerOnThe Hill
[quote]Here's a cheap H&R[/quote] Interesting idea. OTOH, are there any top break 38 S&W revolvers that are +P rated? I wouldn't recommend a 38 S&P that's not +P rated. ...
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re: Best home defense pistol AGAIN. but a twist. - TigerOnThe Hill
[quote]I dont know That's why I ask. Most of the full sized revolvers I've seen creep up past their price point, as they appear nicer. I have not been looking long though. Just got posed the question today. [/quote] Fair enough. I can understand working w/in a budget. To keep in your price ran...
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re: Best home defense pistol AGAIN. but a twist. - TigerOnThe Hill
[quote]What about a heavy .38 snub nose?[/quote] For a home defense gun, what advantage(s) does a heavy snub nose have over a full size steel revolver? All things being equal, a snub nose revolver will be challenging to shoot than a full size revolver. ...
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re: Best home defense pistol AGAIN. but a twist. - TigerOnThe Hill
[quote]Nothing wrong with ruger revolvers, get a gp100 with grips that she is comfortable with [/quote] Good suggestion. Why does everyone else think she needs to get a 5 shot/lightweight/snubnose revolver? This is for a home defense gun, not concealed carry. Consequently, a full size, steel rev...
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re: Tikka t3 questions - TigerOnThe Hill
[quote]Am I making any mistakes in buying this gun or should I just wait and build a 700 actioned gun since I like tinkering and will probably upgrade things like the stock anyway? [/quote] Timmayy, It sometimes annoys me when posters do what I'm about to do, but I'll do it anyway.... :booboo: ...
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re: Ballistic heads and long range guys, caliber recommendation - TigerOnThe Hill
[quote]I would rather have a little too much gun (particularly at range) than a little too little. I can always choose to not take the shot, but if I do and I hit, I don't want to wound the animal because I fricked up some math or caliber choice. [/quote] 1+ ...
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re: Ballistic heads and long range guys, caliber recommendation - TigerOnThe Hill
[quote]I consider it a boutique cartridge, but you're to be handloading anyway. 6mm Norma BR might be an option. [/quote] I've got a 6mm Norma BR and it's a FINE gun. Mine is an XP-100 w/ a 16" barrel. It's quite possibly the most accurate gun I have. It's also my second favorite prairie dog hunti...
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re: Ballistic heads and long range guys, caliber recommendation - TigerOnThe Hill
For a gun that's going to be used hunting big game that includes elk, most folks would start w/ the 7 Rem Mag and go up to 338 Win Mag. Lot's of guns included in that range, including some newer ones like the 28 Nosler (7 Mag on 'roids). For my thinking, any gun w/ those capabilities is going to hav...
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re: Short mags - TigerOnThe Hill
[quote]Try to find some brass for that thing to reload if you dont have any. I have a 270 WSM and cant find any. Remington and Winchester quit supplying it. You have to buy Norma or Nosler. [/quote] saintsfan1977, I wouldn't worry too much about the fact that R-P and Win are currently not making ...
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re: I Know Nothing About 1911 Holsters - TigerOnThe Hill
[quote]I decided I'm going to make one. [/quote] Good for you!! I made a couple leather rifle slings once because I thought I could do as good as the custom ones that cost more money than I could afford to spend. Both turned out pretty good and I still use one of them today. I've always been partia...
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re: Keep your fingers crossed: JBE might sign "Blaze Pink Bill" - TigerOnThe Hill
[quote]pink more visible than urnch anyway...[/quote] Sounds kinda counterintuitive, but you may be right. I use the 1" "sticker dots" sold by Wal Mart and use them for my targets. I used to buy a pack that had 4 bright colors in it (green, yellow, orange and pink). Depending on how bright sun is, ...
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re: Brad Pitt to Co-Chair Brady Gun Control Awards Gala - TigerOnThe Hill
[quote]Anything that jane fonda is a part of I will not be a part of.[/quote] 1+...
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re: I Know Nothing About 1911 Holsters - TigerOnThe Hill
Who made your Summer Special?...
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re: I Know Nothing About 1911 Holsters - TigerOnThe Hill
[quote]I am a huge fan of Bladetech holsters. They have full coverage over your gun and are injection molded rather than just fitted kydex.[/quote] That's true, but a classic gun like the 1911 deserves to be nuzzled inside a nice piece of leather, instead of a piece of stiff, impersonal Kydex..... ...
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re: I Know Nothing About 1911 Holsters - TigerOnThe Hill
Teague, Sounds like outside the waistband (OWB) would suit your needs. I cc an all steel Commander 1911, as well; it's not a light gun. Having said that, I think wearing a good gun belt will be helpful for you. For OWB cc, two classic 1911 holsters are the the "Askins/Nelson" and the "Easily remov...
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re: Home/Self Defense Ammo for SW Shield 9 - TigerOnThe Hill
TAFJ, There's no "single" answer as to your question, but there a large number of highly respected 9mm self defense loads. You're job is to find the one (or maybe 2) that you shoot the best and your gun likes the best. As already suggested, the above link has lots of good recommendations and observ...
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re: Best 9mm pistol? - TigerOnThe Hill
[quote]H&K P7 is the best 9mm pistol ever made. All others are a distant second.[/quote] Just for the record for those who may not know, production of the P7 was discontinued in 2008. As good as the P7 may be, if the OP is looking for a 9mm that's still in production, he'll need to look elsewhere. ...
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re: Gun Barrel Threading - TigerOnThe Hill
Yeah, you can also probably find a "How To" video on Youtube to help, as well. :confused:...
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re: Dave Aranda's recruiting strategy for his scheme - TigerOnThe Hill
Good video. :bow: Two things I was really glad to hear him say: 1. He wants to get the most speed on the field possible. 2. He wants to recruit the best athlete possible....
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re: Is Dollar Shave Club the best deal out there? - TigerOnThe Hill
[quote]Invest in a decent double edge razor and you'll get the best deal. Blades cost as little as a nickel a piece.[/quote] Agreed. Buy a variety pack of blades from Amazon to find out which particular blade works best for your face then buy a 100 pack of that blade. And please, use a nice shaving...
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