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re: Diarse listed at second string at tcu - TigerOnThe Hill
[quote]Jarvis Landry and the 3 other WRs in the NFL that run 4.68 say hi[/quote]I'll I'll bet they also have fewer drops than Diarse. They's a role for the slower WR in the NFL, but he better not drop any catchable balls. ...
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re: Diarse listed at second string at tcu - TigerOnThe Hill
[quote]he could block his arse off but was slow and couldn't catch very well... [/quote] Correct. I wish him the best as he represented LSU well and contributed nicely in his own way, but he dropped a lot of passes last season. Hopefully he improves this season. ...
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re: Sig p238 - TigerOnThe Hill
How does he want to carry-IWB (inside the waistband) or in the pocket (front or rear).? Personally, I carry a 380 only when clothing won't allow me to carry something bigger. When I cc a 380 it'll always be in the right front pocket w/ a holster made by Woolf Gun Leather (no longer in business). My ...
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re: Choosing Rifle Ammo - TigerOnThe Hill
[quote]Ammo will only shoot as consistently as its capable of. The most accurate rifle in the world will shoot inconsistent ammo inconsistently. For the ultimate consistency, load it yourself, as a compromise you can purchase high quality factory ammo. [/quote] Kengel12 and Propagandalf have given...
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re: Ruger SR1911 - TigerOnThe Hill
dartman, I don't own a Ruger SR1911, but I prob will someday. Based on what I've read, evaluating it's features and from my experiences of ownaing a lot of Ruger firearms, I recommend it. If you get one, I suggest taking a real hard look at the Lightweight Commander model. For some folks, myself in...
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re: Looking to buy a new gun. - TigerOnThe Hill
GG, Welcome to the world of hunting! :nana: Calibers: Ya don't need a 338 Whiz Bang Ultra Long Super Mag to successfully hunt deer/hog. I'd look at: 6.5 Swede (ammo hard to find), 260 Rem (ammo hard to find), 6.5 Creedmore (a ballistic twin of the 260 but much more in style at this time; ammo ca...
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re: Recommend a good fixed blade knife - TigerOnThe Hill
[quote]Also, get one of these $12 Mora knives and thank me later. Their steel is top notch, and it's $12. LINK[/quote] 1+. One can spend a LOT of $$$ and still get a knife that's not superior to the Mora knives. :bow: I keep one in the glove box of my truck. ...
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re: Recommend a good fixed blade knife - TigerOnThe Hill
Northern, I like fixed blade knives and find myself using them more and more compared to folding knives when I'm hunting I may disappoint you, but I'm also partial to inexpensive fixed blade knives. For big game hunting, the three I find accompanying me on deer hunts more than others are: Kiss...
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re: HELP! Plz Share Your Contact Info for LSP CCW Unit - TigerOnThe Hill
[quote]Why didn't you do the rest of the process online? [/quote] I would've if I'd realized the consequences. At the time, the instructors said renewals were running 2-3 mos on paper, but sooner online. I finished the online application late at night and didn't feel like scanning and all that so I...
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re: HELP! Plz Share Your Contact Info for LSP CCW Unit - TigerOnThe Hill
[quote]Did you submit fingerprints or did you get it done at LSP HQ?[/quote] New fingerprints not needed for renewal....
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re: HELP! Plz Share Your Contact Info for LSP CCW Unit - TigerOnThe Hill
[quote]good luck getting a response with everything that's happened the past week. [/quote] True, but I've been trying to reach them for 2-3 weeks. :confused: Surely there's a phone somewhere that's answered. :banghead:...
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HELP! Plz Share Your Contact Info for LSP CCW Unit - TigerOnThe Hill
Hey guys, I'm looking for some help contacting the LSP re: the status of my CCW renewal. I submitted the application online the end of May and mailed the certificate, copy of DL and money order a few days later. I've not heard anything. They did not respond to email (concealed.handguns@dps.la.gov)...
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re: Is a 30.06 a big enough gun to hunt elk? - TigerOnThe Hill
[quote]"do you want something that CAN kill a brownie or something that WILL kill a brownie". [/quote] Nice summary. :bow:...
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re: Is a 30.06 a big enough gun to hunt elk? - TigerOnThe Hill
[quote]It's good for any other game in North America. As well as the Kodiaks and Grizzlies. Load up with 220 grains. [/quote] Have you ever hunted the big bears? Disclaimer: I've never hunted Kodiak or Grizzlies and probably never will. I do have friends who's been on Grizzly hunts. One frie...
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re: Is a 30.06 a big enough gun to hunt elk? - TigerOnThe Hill
Yes, a 30.06 is "big enough" to hunt elk. I'd use a controlled expansion bullet (e.g. Nosler Partition) of 165-180 grains. Yes, there are heavier 30 caliber bullets available, but the trajectory starts becoming more like a rainbow. On a really big elk, you may have to discipline yourself w/ ranges ...
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re: Russell "Slash" Shepard! - TigerOnThe Hill
[quote]: a great example of the downside of just sticking an electric athlete at QB in HS and letting him go wild. Wrong...there's a ridiculous number of examples that prove otherwise. Pharoah Cooper did just fine at South Carolina. Just about every high caliber HS "ATH" is a high school quarte...
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re: Another ice chest thread - TigerOnThe Hill
[quote]I like my custom C3 LINK [/quote] $410! :rotflmao:...
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re: Best CC Class in the Lafayette Area - TigerOnThe Hill
Bump to top. Any other suggestions?...
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re: Concealed Carry Timeline 1 week - TigerOnThe Hill
[quote]Do they not have electronic fingerprint capabilities in any parishes around the state or is it just that the LSP can't accept prints from anyone else without extreme scrutiny? [/quote] Hopefully it's different now, but when I originally submitted my application 5 years ago, there was one pl...
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re: Concealed Carry Timeline 1 week - TigerOnThe Hill
[quote]Do they not have electronic fingerprint capabilities in any parishes around the state or is it just that the LSP can't accept prints from anyone else without extreme scrutiny? [/quote] Hopefully it's different now, but when I originally submitted my application 5 years ago, there was one pl...
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