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  1. BINGO! We have a winner! (No more entries, please.) Scott
  2. Yep, his penis coudn't produce a POTUS if he tried! Scott
  3. Happy Birthday, gmor! Scott
  4. Cannabinoids won't do that. It had to be something high in alkoids or very acidic. Nasty stuff! Scott
  5. Alden: These are your typical "victimhood" whiners. Reporter: "The back of my had is scratched, I have to be 'hospitalized.'" Were you expecting any differently from the Leftist press? Come now, surely you knew this is how this would be spun, didn't you? Scott
  6. CD MIKKINNEY: I LOVE that piece! I have #84 of the first 150 DW Razorbacks, and it shoots like a dream! Scott
  7. I guess that, at in-house ranges, a lighter bullet would be okay. At longer ranges, accuracy could become an issue. Scott
  8. Retcop writes, "Expansion in a handgun bullet is a plus that should never be relied on 100% of the time. The Cor Bon's penetration lenghths were not as good as they need to be, and this is only with the 1/4 inch barrier. Penetration trumps expansion everytime, IMO." This is precisely why I opt for the 10mm Auto. With the 10mm, you can rely on its penetration capabilities. Higher velocity = greater penetration. If you are using a .400" - .401" projectile, make certain that all the barriers between you and the vital organs can be breached. With the wider "power band" provided by the 10mm Auto, you'll be more likely to reach the vital organs of the target. The probability of expansion is enhanced as well. Scott
  9. Z O/Z is right. The 10mm in the 6.5" will outperform the .45 ACP in a heartbeat! The 10mm/40 S&W combination can be a "winning hand" if you load it properly. Scott
  10. gunfan

    The hump

    Hang in there, brother! Scott
  11. Thumper: As far as baseball is concerned, I told the truth, and was simply trying to get along. You don't really need to be a jerk.
  12. The best round for an AK-47 (or any variant therof) would be 123-grain JHP with as light of a jacket as can be found. the velocity of this cartridge will be sufficient for violent expansion, and the shallower this particular load/bullet penetrates, the better. I OWN An MAK-91. Were I to take it into a CQB situation, this is the load I would prefer using. Scott
  13. If I could afford to have a grip reduction performed on my Glock 20, Robar would have been finished with it by now! Scott
  14. Thanks, Pep. That encapsulates how I feel. Scott
  15. I think that I understand how this is being accomplished. I wouldn't want to try it in anything besides an O/U or S/S. Scott
  16. I'm sorry I don't have an answer to your "accuracy dropping off" query. I just don't know. Scott
  17. The rifled slugs have their own rifling (Foster Slugs) the sabots have no rifling and are just sliding down the bore until they leave the end of the barrel. Since there isn't any "spin" being imparted to the slug itself, eventually it will tumble. Accuracy will then go "the way of the wind." Scott
  18. Enjoy your guns. We can tell where Thumper's mind is. (Use some tissue... that's a good lad!)
  19. My father told me many stories. I could go on an on about the killing, but that would be pointless. I understand the need for war. There can be honor on the battlefield. My father once said, "The only glory in war is survival." Scott
  20. Psywarrior and Retcop are RIGHT. (I like that AR10!) Scott
  21. gunfan

    Trolling

    For some, cruelty is its own reward ask Proud Infidel (A past master of the art.)
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