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    Taurus PT-1911
    Good solid shooter



    Ruger SR-556FB
    Piston AR, Heavy but reliable



    Springfield XD-s 45
    Daily CCW. Accurate, small, manageable recoil with 165gr Hydra-Shok's, makes big holes in things. Not much more you could ask for in a CCW.




    At the folks house I have a Rem 700 in 243, a Savage over-under 22/20ga combo (super fun open sights gun for squirrel hunting), a 50 cal Hawken Muzzle loader, Remington 22lr Pump, and an old 12ga pump, been a while since I shot it, might be a Remington as my old man was rather fond of them. The folks and I aren't exactly on speaking terms so it might be a while til I see my guns over there again....

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    Did you have to send your XDS in for the recall? They have my xds9 right now, hopefully I get it back before the new year.

    I'll try to get a pick of some of my daily carry setups along with some of my other guns.

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    any of you guys ever shoot liberty ammo?

    my friend got ahold of a box of liberty 9mm hallow points meant specifically for military and law enforcement

    probably the hallowest hallowpoints I have ever seen hahaha, its genuinely as if the bullet is simply a shell with a hole in the front of it, they are crazy hot, his m&p shield was louder than my R1 at the range last time
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    Here's my current collection in no particular order:


    Ruger K10/22T



    Currently has a Simmons Aetec 2.8-10x44 scope



    Remington 700 VSSF in .223



    Upgrades:
    Jewell Trigger
    Barrel cut 9" (now 17" long) - this was built for spotlighting varmints (legal in Texas)
    Mag Extender
    Duracoated OD with black in the flutes
    Bushnell Elite 4200 4-16x40



    Remington 700 LTR in .308



    Upgrades:
    Jewell Trigger
    Mag Extender
    Glass bedded
    Nightforce 20 MOA 1 piece scope base
    Bushnell Elite 4200 6-24x40



    Remington 700 Titanium in 7mm-08



    Upgrades:
    Stoned/polished stock Remington trigger
    Leupold 2.5-8x36



    Custom 300 WSM



    Specs/Upgrades:
    Shilen #5 taper fluted barrel
    Borden Alpine action
    HS Precision Sporter stock
    Jewell Trigger
    Duracoated OD green with black in the flutes
    Bushnell Elite 3200 5-15x40



    Custom 338/300 Ultra (338 Edge)



    Specs/Upgrades:
    Stiller Precision Python action
    Hart "Remington Magnum" taper barrel
    Vais muzzle brake
    Jewell trigger
    McMillan Tooley MBR stock
    Nightforce NXS 12-42x56 with NP-R1 reticle
    (Coming soon - 20 MOA scope base and .885 NF rings)



    Marlin 1895 SBL in 45/70



    Upgrades:
    TruGlo Reflex red dot sight



    Armsport 1874 Sharps replica in 45/70



    Upgrades:
    Vernier rear sight with globe front sight



    Remington 16 gauge Side by Side shotgun (made around 1916)





    Winchester 1897 12 gauge



    Specs/Upgrades:
    Made around 1958
    Takedown model (breaks apart at the front of the receiver)
    Fajen stocks
    Has 18.3" front half as well



    Remington 870 12 gauge



    Specs/Upgrades:
    Coyote brown duracoat
    Speedfeed stocks with Tiger Stripe Ind. Desert Digital print
    Has matching 18.5" barrel with breacher choke and 2 round mag extension



    Custom benchrest rifle in 6 PPC



    Specs/Upgrades:
    Kreiger barrel with .262 neck
    Kelbly Panda action (right bolt, left port - no ejector)
    Jewell trigger
    Lee Six stock
    Sightron 36x42



    Kel-Tec Sub 2000 in 9mm








    Gamo Whisper air rifle in .177 (included for LOLs)





    Taurus Night Court Judge .410/.45 with 3" magnum chamber





    Sig GSR Stainless Rail (before they called them 1911)



    Specs/Upgrades:
    Crimson Trace Master Series grips
    Streamlight TLR-1 light
    VZ "Turbo" screws
    .400 Cor-Bon barrel
    .45 ACP barrel
    Ceiner .22 LR conversion
    Magwell built into mainspring housing



    Sig 1911 "Scorpion" in .45 ACP



    Upgrades:
    Also has black Ceiner .22 LR conversion



    Ruger Blackhawk "three screw" in .38/.357 made around 1959


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    I've got a few firearms, but this is my favorite. Sadly I was so busy this summer that I only got out to the range a couple of times, but I hope to remedy that in the spring.











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    I haven't had a chance to get it sent in yet, although with the amount of rounds put thru it I am skeptical that mine has any issues. That and they just the other day figured out a solution for it and are doing them on a first come, first serve basis. I'm most likely going to wait til it dies down some in the next few months and send it in. That combined with the stupid cold PA winter means heavier clothing so carrying my 1911 won't be as big of an issue.

    I have seen liberty ammo before but never shot it. From what I was reading on it, it might be a little high on the over penetration and going to be near impossible to get in the future. Heck midway has it on closeout right now if you want to stock up on it.

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    Yeah I'm aware of their shipping situation. Definitely the last time I will every buy a SA gun. The way they handled this situation has been piss poor. They told everyone 30 days after they receive it but failed to mention that they did not know, or have a solution for the problem until after the first 30 days.

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    Kyle; what kind of rifle is that? Accuracy International something or other? Looks like an L96 almost, very nice though regardless!

    I know AI makes stocks that you can drop remington 700 uppers into (looks like yours kyle), was actually thinking about doing that myself for a little while.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ElPanda View Post
    Kyle; what kind of rifle is that? Accuracy International something or other? Looks like an L96 almost, very nice though regardless!

    I know AI makes stocks that you can drop remington 700 uppers into (looks like yours kyle), was actually thinking about doing that myself for a little while.
    You got it, it's a Remington 700 in an AICS.

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    http://youtu.be/8WiLqPB4lU0

    $40 dollars per round ?

    Awesome !

    (cant figure out how to post youtubes)
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