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re: Glock 48 vs Sig 365XL - jdavid1
Shield arms is a company that makes a metal 15 round mag for the G43 and G48. [quote]Did you replace the mag catch? I'm wondering how well they work with the original catch.[/quote] I did replace the catch, but it was backordered for two weeks before I got it. So I shot mine with the stock ...
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re: Glock 48 vs Sig 365XL - jdavid1
43X with shield mags. 15+1 capacity in a single stack size. ...
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re: Thoughts on acreage in Stennis Buffer Zone? - jdavid1
MCTA has a legit shooting range there so you should be good to hunt and shoot. ...
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re: Getting into the prepping mindset - jdavid1
[img]https://i.redd.it/3uhqx8edbz521.jpg[/img]...
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re: Do you guys keep the boxes your new guns come in? - jdavid1
[quote] Had a guy at Academy tell me[/quote] Just stop right there. ...
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re: Handgun optic? - jdavid1
For the full size the Trijicon SRO, Deltaoint Pro, and Romeo Max are all excellent options. All have large clear windows and can take a beating. Compact you really can't go wrong with the RMR. It's a tried and true pistol optic. I know a lot of guys like the vortex line and they seem to hold up ...
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re: Shooting at Jefferson gun outlet in Metairie - jdavid1
[link=(https://www.wwltv.com/article/news/local/jefferson/update-on-deadly-louisiana-gun-store-shooting/289-aaa820df-9301-486f-a747-dd9c16734482)]WWL video[/link] Pretty scary shite. Poor girl ran right into him it seems. [quote]Ms. Veronica Billiot was just looking to leave the building befor...
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re: Walther PDP (new optics ready 9mm) - jdavid1
[quote]pretty sure 90% of the people commenting weren't seeing that as the problem in the pic.[/quote] Nah bruh. we are all commenting on the EOTech being mounted backwards. ...
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re: Walther PDP (new optics ready 9mm) - jdavid1
Holy hell that's an awesome photo. I just hope it's fake or a movie or something....
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re: Walther PDP (new optics ready 9mm) - jdavid1
[quote]It’s comical that this brand isn’t that well known. [/quote] You serious clark? ...
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re: How hard is it to produce a primer? - jdavid1
I think I read they are too heavy regulated for international sales, but I've also read that there are millions coming in from Europe via ship that has not made it here yet. So who really knows. You would think Fiocci and S&B would be sending all their primers over here. ...
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re: Night Scope - jdavid1
$1,500.00 is pretty cheap for a quality thermal. I know you will be tempted to go with an ATN Thor, but resist. They are not worth the money. You can find good thermals for around 2K contrary to what most people in here are saying. The Pulsar Core RXQ30V is 1,900 and a great scope for the money....
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re: Nice upper in stock (for now) - jdavid1
Just curious as to what makes a mil spec upper "modular"...
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re: What's the point of a suppressor if you have a good flash hider? - jdavid1
[quote]the noise mitigation is minimal at best.[/quote] False. It's not like the movies, but it's significantly more quiet. [quote]It's not like the whole neighborhood won't hear you shooting an AR with a suppressor in it. The real advantage is not giving away your position at night.[/quote] ...
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re: Trapping Hogs - jdavid1
Pulsar is the gold standard, but they are pricey. There have been a lot of high talk about the Bering optics hoster line lately so I bought one of the 35s. For the money they are incredible. I know an owner of a high end optics website who just got in the Burris thermals and he spoke very highly...
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re: Rifle range in BR - jdavid1
[quote]I need to start reloading.[/quote] Don't get your hopes up to start any time soon. ...
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re: Trapping Hogs - jdavid1
Jager Pro traps are bad arse but expensive. You can rent them from LSU Ag center for cheap. Not sure if they still do it though. The cheapest and most deadly option would be to have an OB get together. You supply the beer and we bring the thermals. ...
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re: Riding Trails in within 90s of St Tammany Parish? - jdavid1
Canal road is an awesome place to ride, but you will need snorkels for sure. It's mostly deep water. It's also not an actual park. More of a property that the owners don't care about. About 4 years ago they had cops out there pulling everyone over who was trying to leave. Tower trax is another op...
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re: Reloading. Are there any materials available? - jdavid1
Don't even consider getting into reloading right now. ...
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