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Old 11-30-2010, 05:14 PM   #21
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students for concealed carry on campus anyone?
I'd wish.

21 I'm getting my CCW w/my dad. Sure, I can't use it when I'm at school but anywhere I go I can at least have it in my car or on me.
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Old 11-30-2010, 05:16 PM   #22
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^ tryin to change that

http://www.concealedcampus.org/
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Old 11-30-2010, 07:01 PM   #23
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but as of last night I will be getting it again, while i was walking through the parking lot to my night class last night there was a shots fired in the parking lot fairly close to me at good old suburban raymond walters campus... i chose to go to raymond walters over main campus in the first place for security reasons (my sister got held up there, my good friend was shot and almost died, multiple other friends robbed at gunpoint) but it looks like that doesnt even matter cuz this happened in Blue Ash...

Tim were you there yesterday as well when it happened?

students for concealed carry on campus anyone?
I was walking out to my car at 5 and the police report said it happened around 6 so if had stopped to talk to anyone I would have probably been a witness
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students for concealed carry on campus anyone?
Ohio is rediculous about this. They changed all of the revised code the other year to allow for CCW license holders to keep a firearm in their vehicle on school property, but not on their person. What good does this do when bullets start going down hallways? Am I going to have time to run to my vehicle and run back and then start shooting back? It is effing stupid. They need to fix this **** now.

First thing I'm doing on my 21st birthday next year is buying a handgun, filling out the paperwork for CCW, and then getting annihilated. I hate being naked in public.
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this is what i shoot more than anything... it has around 20-25,000 rounds through it so far without any issues

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Who's make of can?
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Old 11-30-2010, 10:03 PM   #27
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tactical innovations... waiting on nfa papers for a bigger one


heres some of my shotties

12ga. 1940s Browning A-5 30" full choke (trap and hunting)
old and date unknown Savage Stevens .410 full choke (trap and plinking)
20ga. mossberg 500 (self defense and hunting)
12ga. remington 1100 skeet model (skeet competitions)

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tactical innovations... waiting on nfa papers for a bigger one
I've heard of them.

One more picture:



The one on the left was dad's. He sold it for an Browning Special Trap O/U about a year ago. Even though I haven't shot trap in almost two years, I'm still keeping mine around.
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Old 11-30-2010, 10:58 PM   #29
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To tpevan. Nice AR's. I like the setup of the one in the first pic. Is that a Trijicon ACOG? What brand is that AR?
Yep it's an ACOG, TA31RCOM4 to be exact.

Here's the build list from the top AR:
DPMS Lower
DPMS Lower Parts Kit
DPMS Buffer Tube
BCM H-Buffer
Magpul MOE grip and stock in Flat Dark Earth
Yankee Hill Upper
ER Shaw 16" HBAR 1/9 twist
Yankee Hill Phantom 5C2 Flash Supressor
DPMS AR15 Bolt Carrier Group with BCM extractor upgrade
Yankee Hill Flip-Up Front Sight/Gas Block
Yankee Hill 7.0" Lightweight Free Float Rail System
Magpul MBUS
Magpul Rail Ladders
Magpul AFG I (not pictured)

I really, really regret buying an HBAR. I might send it out to ADCO Firearms up near Toledo sometime and have them turn it down to government profile. It's just too front heavy.

The bottom AR build is:
Yankee Hill Upper and Lower
DPMS Lower Parts Kit
Rock River Arms A2 Stock Assembly
Bushmaster Government Profile 20" Barrel 1/7 twist
Colt M16A2 Rear Sight Assembly
Daniel Defense M16 Bolt Carrier Group

The 20" is an extremely solid shooter for what it is.
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Old 12-01-2010, 01:34 AM   #30
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this is what i shoot more than anything... it has around 20-25,000 rounds through it so far without any issues


LOVE IT !
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Old 12-06-2010, 05:39 PM   #31
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Late to the party as usual, and no pics to speak of, but here's my small collection:

Ithaca .22 lever gun - was my dad's
Mossberg 880SS .22 bolt gun, scoped. I have plans to accurize it this winter.

Pistols:

Taurus 94 .22 stainless revolver - fun plinker
Sig P6 9mm (single stack compact)
CZ75 SP01 9mm (full-size with light rail)
Browning/FM Hi-Power 9mm (lots of C&S parts)
Kimber Custom 1911 .45ACP (by far my favorite, Novak night sights and lots of mags)

No plastic yet but I've been eying the M&P45 pretty closely. I also would very much like to get into centerfire rifles but the only range I have access to is a 25-yard indoor setup. I've fired a friend's AR there, and after shooting a 2.5" 30-round group while standing offhand I decided that shooting a rifle at 25 yards is pretty much cheating, so I've saved my money for now. I'd also like to own a 12-gauge pump shotgun (Rem 870 or Moss 590) but see above for reasons why I don't.

I'll have to snap some pics someday...
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I'd also like to own a 12-gauge pump shotgun (Rem 870 or Moss 590) but see above for reasons why I don't.
I can't compare to the Moss 590, but the 870 is a great shotgun. Don't own one of my own(yet) but have gone shooting with a friend who does and it's fun to shoot and fairly easy on the shoulder, IMO.
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Benelli M4 Super 90 FTW. Even an old school M1 Super 90. You can get some crazy extension tubes for them, not to mention the awesomeness of semi-auto with the destructive powers of anything 12 gauge.
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I'm gonna hazard a guess that the Mossberg and Remington are less expensive than the Benelli. Plus, they're simpler despite being a pump - less to break. That, and you have to admit that when you rack the action on a pump gun you send a shiver up the spine of anyone who shouldn't be around.
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I'm gonna hazard a guess that the Mossberg and Remington are less expensive than the Benelli. Plus, they're simpler despite being a pump - less to break. That, and you have to admit that when you rack the action on a pump gun you send a shiver up the spine of anyone who shouldn't be around.
Benellis usually run a little over $1K. They actually have a very good design being inertia driven and all (not nearly as dirty as some piston driven shotguns). The only part that ever really needs to be replaced at regular intervals is the recoil spring. Other than that, maybe an extractor, ejector, or ejector spring here or there over its lifetime. Being able to reel off so many shells that quick is really menacing, but that's just me.
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Old 12-06-2010, 11:02 PM   #36
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The 870 is an amazing gun. I have the 870 express, only a little over $300, and I use it for skeet shooting, hunting, and self defense. Ive never had a problem with it
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After the events of last weekend and all of the left wing rhetoric of banning "high cap" mags because of it, I'm slowly stocking up on 30 rounders:

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My mossy 12 ga. Is back home right now, I will post pics up soon, also I am in the market for a handgun larger than 9mm so if anyone has one they are looking to sell let me know, I'm open to anything as long as it isn't huge, as it will become my concealed pistol!
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^ Dont want to turn this into a WTB thread, but I am going to be looking for my first AR in the near future if anyone has one they may be looking to sell fairly cheaply or if anyone has suggestions on what to look for.

Oh and I may go buy some 30 rounders myself Evan even tough I don't own an AR yet just so i will have them once I do!
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