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  1. Thanks for the hard work, man.
  2. Some good, some bad. I like the primitive sites at Lake Jocassee. Also the "grape vine" in Oconee.
  3. I bought a 7mm STW and a Smith and Wesson from Cabela's. They price match if you ask. They are high as heck on everything. I buy ammo in bulk with friends. It's WAY cheaper to buy it by the pallet. But i reload also. It's fun and I get to creep up on awesome groups. I like knowing what my ammunition is going to do. Support actual business when you can. I like Amazon but they couldn't care less about us or the U.S. if you spread out the business that we do on the internet and put it into brick and mortar stores it would translate into tens of thousands more jobs.
  4. By the way, when Wal-Mart decided to screw over my civil liberties I fired them. I haven't been back in a Wal-Mart since. Over two years. We survive just fine. Vote with your feet. Vote with your money. Send the message.
  5. Why would I care? Because it falls in line with the billionaire liberal scheme of taking our liberties through commerce. Why I couldn't care less? Dick's has been overpriced and under stocked since, well, forever. When they hired that female failure for a CEO and another feminazi as their buyer I knew it was over.
  6. There are a load of excellent platforms for the 7 mag. I would go with a more budget friendly option versus getting rid of a single gun. I have a 7mag and I really like the 300 win mag. It's really tough to like one over the other. Ballistics favor the 300 when trying to bring home meat past 500 yards. I know I can bust game with my 7 out past that but i never load heavier than 150gr for it so weight retention is a factor. My point is, I can effectively hit paper at 600 with my .308 but I wouldn't take game that far with it. So, intended purpose is relevant. I know Barnes solid are a good option but I really like partition. You know how it is, once I get something dialed in I resist change. Would i get rid of my 7mag for a 300? Only if i were to start going out west to mountain hunt. Other than that, my 7mag ain't gonna get gone.
  7. Help children and old folks. Every other person should be doing for themselves. I believe in America. I believe in our core values. If survival means screwing over decent folks, then I will not be a part of it. My honor and my faith are all i have. That's all i am. Without morals what are you surviving for? America? Without morality America deserves to end. Without conscience America is just another government shithole. Without decency what's the point? One man's opinion. Take it for what it is.
  8. That is precisely the issue. It isn't free market economics. It's corporate fascism. Controlling supply by removing free choices. Take over of the economy is almost complete. Just check out who the top wealthiest people on the planet are. Look at who they support. The own the companies that manufacturer firearms and firearm related goods. The time is at hand. Bullets and beans won't get it done.
  9. Yea, but Vista is the parent company to Savage and Stevens. They aren't talking retailers, their going after the manufacturer. Not good. We need to voice outrage at the very notion of militant business practices. This is no different than state sponsored gun grabbing. This is the outcome of thirty years of liberal globalist brainwashing. It is VERY BAD.
  10. Uncommon Valor. Kelly's Heros. Most of the John Wayne war pictures. Full Metal Jacket, RIP R. Lee The original Red Dawn A man could get nostalgic.....
  11. The only difference between most technology "upgrades" and previous models is usually in software and compatibility. The further development goes, I notice, the fewer privacy concerns people have. Yet , now there is nothing that even resembles privacy or security in technology. Every security product has weakness, and I firmly believe that it is built in. Technology has been our undoing. I believe it will facilitate the end of us.
  12. There are a number of sub $400 options that I would be proud to have. I try to keep the expensive stuff in the safe. I like the frame on the 2000. It wears like a Euro firearm should.
  13. Yea Sarge, I never felt the need for more ammo on the street. I don't live in a war zone. Not yet anyway.

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