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  1. I like Midway, they also donate to the NRA. I got my Colt AR from Cabela's, I love it! I got my daughter's Mossberg Plinkster .22 from there as well and my wife's Ruger .380 from there.
  2. Just my humble opinion, I do almost all of my shooting and camping shopping at Cabela's. I luuuuuuuv me some Cabela's and online at Midway for Ammo.
  3. Not really the grip angle as much as my hand goes past the end of the grip. Like it has a shorter hand grip.
  4. A buddy of mine, he is a police officer, he swears by his Glock 9 but I don't like the way the Glock feels in my hand. The hand grip is too short for my hand.
  5. My really cool side arm that I just bought and haven't even shot yet is a 1936 German Luger, all matching numbers, even the magazine. All of the markings are on it, even the German Eagle. it is a 9mm as well of course. : )
  6. I bought my wife a Ruger .380. It is ok but it has a long trigger pull which I don't like for her.
  7. I love my S&W M&P 9mm, fits awesomely in my hand.
  8. Nice AK...the wood work is a lot darker than mine. Beautiful piece of machinery. : )
  9. Very nice, I wish we could have great cooperating and active folks like that around me here in SC. Great job brothers, looks like y'all learned a lot and had great fun. : )
  10. This is what Kim Jong-un told Moon Jae-in, as relayed by South Korea’s presidential spokesman Yoon Young-chan. “Kim Jong-un said that he came here to put an end to the history of conflict, discuss and remove obstacles between us with the South Korean president. He said let’s meet more often and we should be determined not to go back to square one. Kim also said let’s live up to all the expectations and create a better world.” “The two leaders had a sincere and frank dialogue over the denuclearisation and the establishment of permanent peace of the Korean peninsula and development of inter-Korea ties.” #BREAKING: North Korean leader Kim Jong-un makes history with a brief walk into South Korea for an ice-breaking #KoreaSummit pic.twitter.com/hsa4IM7O2v — Jeffs (@jeffs_araujo35) April 27, 2018 After they planted the tree, Mr Kim told Mr Moon: “Just like a pine tree, I hope that we can always be green, even in winter time.” “Yes, it will be like that,” Mr Moon replied. “Eyes and ears from all over the world are focused on Panmunjom,” Moon said. “I feel the weight on our shoulders is heavy.” As The BBC notes, the inter-Korean summit has basically taken everyone by surprise and proven many an expert prediction very wrong (and gravely disappointed many anti-Trump-ites). From this… To this… In 3 months. No Wall, No War, No hate Today, We are all KOREANS #interkoreansummit #남북정상회담 #KoreaSummit pic.twitter.com/iziTIIEGmW — JaeKwon Son 손재권 (@gjack) April 27, 2018 Here’s one of the pundits contemplating the “known and unknown unknowns” this is teaching us… Along the way, I've gotten many things wrong. Known and unknown unknowns abound. The capacity to be surprised & questions one's assumptions is a struggle, and the most important one. But blanket skepticism does not guarantee you are getting things right; & fatalism is a dead-end. — John Delury (@JohnDelury) April 27, 2018 Previous attempts to negotiate aid-for-disarmament deals have failed. But in January, the North embarked on direct talks with Seoul, attended the Winter Olympics in South Korea and in April the two leaders met for a historic inter-Korean summit. Pyongyang also offered direct talks with the US – an offer Mr Trump accepted – and ordered a halt to nuclear and missile tests. Talks between the two would be unprecedented, but the details, agenda and timing of the summit are yet to be confirmed. Of course, as Bloomberg reports, any progress on dismantling the Kim’s weapons program would likely be slow and fraught, and involve visits by international inspectors. Prior efforts involving Kim’s late father when he was leader collapsed in acrimony, with North Korea blaming the U.S. for failure to adhere to the agreements. “It’s off to a good start, but there must be a concrete commitment by Kim on denuclearization,” said Youngshik Bong, a researcher at Yonsei University’s Institute for North Korean Studies in Seoul. “Otherwise it will end up as a fancy show.” View the full article President Trump wins another one against the "deep state." Keep the Trump Train rolling, Please vote when it is your turn!!!!
  11. So far I have 14 thirty rd mags. 8 of the old military ones and 6 of the plastic ones, one is the see through type. one can never have too many mags : )
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