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Hedley Lamarr, SASS #14478 Life

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  1. $20.00 per, custom text or image. https://www.glencairnwhiskyglass.com/custom-engraved-glencairn-whisky-glass.html
  2. White Oak Precision CMP 20" Service Rifle Upper – Optics Ready Sub-moa capable with 77gr. OTM load Excellent condition, less than 300 rounds shot Includes Real Avid Smart Lock Bore Guide & Pivot Lock, White Oak t-shirt (XL) & sticker Please PM me here for more info Zelle or discreet PayPal Friends and Family $800.00 Shipped USPS Details: Caliber: .223/5.56 Wylde Chamber Barrel: Krieger – 20” Threaded 1/2 x 28 w/ Stainless Birdcage flash hider Twist: 1-7.7 Gas Block: .750" w/ Rail White Oak Precision CMP legal Free-Float tube Top quality thermoset, free float handguards Includes complete bolt carrier group and charging handle White Oak Precision description: Our White Oak Precision Service Rifle barrel is profiled from a Krieger cut-rifled blank. This is the same AR15 service rifle barrel that has won championship matches all around the United States. White Oak Precision Service Rifle barrels are chambered in .223 Wylde, are 20 inches in length and feature an 11 degree target crown and the Pre-ban version has a threaded 1/2 x 28 muzzle for shooters who desire a flash hider. Model #: WOP2b7-7OPT https://www.whiteoakarmament.com/white-oak-precision-service-rifle-upper-pre-ban-1-7-7-twist-optics.html
  3. My Fossil Gen 3 will go a normal day (for me) of 16 hours and have between 20 to 30% charge left, depending on how many texts or e-mails I rec'd and/or sent. I have it set to display the face when I turn my wrist, so that will save a bit of battery life. It does have a battery mode which will only display clock face & disables all other functionality, never run that but manual says it should run 3 days that way. Very small battery, your author is reaching hard for a significant amount of willful suspension of disbelief...
  4. An inexpensive resource to start with: https://www.amazon.com/Walking-Cotswolds-classic-valley-routes/dp/1852848332
  5. I don't know if they still hand this out, but in the past, over multiple trips to Yellowstone, when you paid entry to the park, one of these was handed out to each vehicle. I still have one posted on my refrigerator.
  6. Adams actually wrote that on July 2nd, the day delegates voted to adopt the Declaration. He felt that event was more important than the signing day.
  7. I have noticed many times in my reading of military history (written from a British perspective), the WW One usage of clock times was given with these phonetic words: "ack emma" for am "pip emma" for pm
  8. If you mean the SW22 Victory from S&W, it is a fantastic handgun. Shoot the crap out of mine at monthly Steel Challenge matches. Very accurate with CCI Standard, and almost as good with Mini-Mags. They are very popular in this part of the world. The frame is the serial numbered part, so unlike a Ruger, you can change barrels without going through an FFL transfer. Super easy to take apart and clean. I hated my Ruger Mark III! Plenty of aftermarket "go fast" goodies available as well.
  9. Well damn, I hadn't heard about that one. Nice price. I'll be really curious to hear about your experience with it.
  10. Biggest differences that I have observed between cheap red dots and better ones is: Cheap ones can't turn up the dot bright enough to see it in full sunlight. Cheap ones have a much shorter battery life and the interior electronics lifespan is questionable. Cheap ones don't have reliable windage / elevation adjustments - not repeatable and don't stay where adjusted. When you shoot monthly steel matches that use 150-200 rounds an event, you start to notice what brands stay working month after month...
  11. Can't help on which Buckmark, never shot one. I have used red dots on on a S & W SW22 Victory for several years, and before that, a Ruger Mark III. I have red dots on all my handguns. Have had great results with Burris Fast Fire 3 on my .22rf. Also have Trijicon RMR & Shield (both expensive) on others. Also have a couple of ones from SIG. Holosun has a great reputation also. Suggest you decide on a budget and compare costs to find one you like. I don't think you will go wrong with a Burris Fast Fire 3. $167 street price. To mount it, the best option is to plan to get one of these: https://outerimpact.com/shop/browning-buck-mark-m-r-a-red-dot-mount-adapter/ This will allow you to mount almost any brand of red dot, and it mounts them lower to the bore compared to using a picatinny rail mount, which is a good thing. Should work with most Buckmark models, read the info on the website. So with that, you can use the following red dots (and other, newer brands / models, if they have a pattern matching one that is listed, e.g. Swampfox): Trijicon RMR/SRO Doctor Insight MRDS Eotech MRDS Leupold Delta Point Leupold Delta Point Pro Vortex Razor Vortex Viper Vortex Venom Burris Fast Fire 2 & 3 CMORE RTS & STS Sig ROMEO 3 Shield RMS (requires a purchase of these screws) Holosun 507c/407c V1 versions (requires a purchase of 6-40 Screws For Holosun V1 Red Dot) Holosun 507c/407c V2 and X2 versions UTG Reflex Micro Dot TruGlo Tru-Tec Sig Romeo 3 Sig Romeo 3 Max Sig Romeo 3 XL Crimson Trace CTS-1250 Springfield Hex Dragonfly (must also use OEM provided spacer plate) Bushnell RXS-100 and 250
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