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Federal bulk pack is my preferred 22l LR value round. I stock up on the stuff and prefer it to all non-premium 22lr. I have had success with it using my Marlin Model 60's and Ruger MKII and found it to be much more reliable and cleaner than its remington, winchester and cci bulk pack counterparts.
For cheap plinking, hunting, or a general utility round, its hard to beat the value of federal. My premium choice is CCI Velocitors or Mini Mags, but this is my general purpose round of choice in 22lr.
The MOE handguards give me exactly what I need and nothing more. I know rails are in style, but I really do not find it practical to add the weight and the discomfort of a full rail system to the front end of my rifle. The MOE handguard allows me to place rail sections where I need it, while keeping a solid, ergonomic forend that is inexpensive, comfortable to hold, looks nice, and eliminates the play often found in standard handguards. I can mount my foregrip and my light where I want them, and thats all I ask from an AR15 forend accessory.
The M.O.E. handguard is the one accessory that will likely end up on any AR15 I own.
Seriously, this is by far the most comfy and best value in any holster I have tried and makes carrying a breeze. The design not only protects the gun from sweat but conforms to the body in ways that no other holster seems to do at least without a substantial break in period.
The ONLY drawback has been reholstering. The soft elastic material makes reholstering very difficult. In carrying, that isnt much of a concern, but it does not allow you to practice the draw at the range. Considering the value, quality and comfort this holster provides, it is only a minor gripe.
This has now been remedied it seems as there is a new PRO version that has some type of molded polymer inner retention frame with the same soft body hugging backing. I have to get one of these new versions because that was the ONLY thing keeping this from being absolutely perfect. I really cannot stop singing the praises of this carry rig.
This store tempts me every single week. I walk in there and always find an incredible deal on something (Usually that I had no intention on buying). Last week, I walked out with a Ruger MKII and two mags for $180. They had 3rd Generation Glock 22's with two mags and night sights for $309. Advantage arms glock conversion kits in stock for $249. Ruger SR9C new in box for $350. I will likely go back on monday to put a glock 23 on layaway. This place will get you in trouble. I personally think they have the best used gun prices in SC.
I bought this pocket knife about a year ago, and it has been a handy companion. It was a great value at only around $22 dollars. The assisted opening is lightning fast. The knife is strong and has a great edge. When new, I could shave hair off my arm. It could use a sharpening, but I still regularly use it and it cuts and cuts and cuts.
Its a great handy little utility knife. It has a great textured grip that allows you to have a firm nonslip grasp on your knife when cutting with sweaty hands.
I would also not hesitate to use this as a self defense knife. Its a jack of all trades and a great value.
Wherever I go, so does the Glock 27 with meprolight night sites. I trust this firearm as my regular carry gun. Its simple to use, no safeties to remember, no sharp edges to snag and I know it will go bang when needed.
I had an aversion to the glock pistols until I picked my little buddy up a couple of years ago. Now I understand the hype and own 3 glocks with more to come. These guns are just plain practical and simple to use and get the job done.
I carry with a spare glock 23 or 22 Magazine as a backup in case I need more rounds. They are also easier to reload in the baby glocks and provide extra grip real estate for large hands. I can pull off pocket carry, but its very comfortable and concealable on the hip. I would also imagine it wouldnt make a bad ankle gun either.
I don't really feel like I'm missing anything from carrying a full sized gun with 10 rounds of 40sw in the gun, and 13-15 rounds in a spare magazine. The gun shoots very well for its size, blows away other pocketable subcompacts I have found and keeps pace with the compact and full size glocks.
If you want to see what a baby glock 27 is capable of, check out Hickok45 on youtube. He has a video repeatedly ringing a steel gong at 230 yards with a glock 27.
I also can turn it into a G26 with a simple drop in lone wolf conversion barrel. Whats not to like.
Forget the Maverick 88. This is the best quality value priced shotgun currently on the firearms market. You've probably heard good things about the NEF/H&R Pardner Pump. Well this is basically the same shotgun with a couple of changes. The receiver is thicker and shaped slightly different, and the sights are upgraded to ghost rings. The ghost ring sights are excellent and allow fast target acquisition.
The Hawk 982 can accept stocks, tube extensions and other parts from the Remington 870, however the barrel is threaded differently. NEF Pardner pump barrels work however., and these shotguns have become pretty common. Consider the Hawk 982 to the NEF Parder as the Mossberg 590 is the Mossberg 500.
I personally think that this is the best home defense or tactical shotgun $200 can buy. It has a 3" chamber. Its also has an aluminum trigger guard, and it is actually parkerized rather than the bluing currently done on the 870 express line,. 870 mag tube extensions work but there is a person who makes extensions for the Hawk 982 to bring it to 7+1 and even with the barrel.
Another plus is the cushy recoil pad. No need for a limbsaver!
I bring my hawk 982 to 7+1 by feeding it Centurion Mini-Buckshot shells. Lower recoil, but still a great home defense round. Many shotguns have problems with the mini shells, but the Hawk 982 has been flawless in cycling and extracting these shorter shells. One of the reasons I bought the shotgun was because of its ability to use mini shells, and I was not disappointed.
I can definitely give this shotgun a thumbs up and say that it is a great value at $200.
I had this gun, and carried it for a bit, I ended up designating it as my vehicle console gun and it served well in that role, until it started surface rusting.
It was reliable, and relatively easy to shoot due to its heft for its size. The second picture in the listing was actually my gun. I had a Mika's pocket holster made for it, but it was a little too heavy and large for pocket carry. I sold it when I was getting out of the 38 special caliber, but it makes a good cheap option for someone who doesnt mind watching out for surface rust. Its the first and only gun to rust on me.
This was my first ever firearm, a 4" blued 357 magnum Taurus Model 66. I bought it used from a police supply store for about $215. I cut my teeth on .38 special and kept it stoked with seven rounds of .357 magnum for home defense.
It handled hundreds of rounds of both .38 special and .357 mag with no problems. I really think this was a great choice for an affordable HD or versatile woods gun. I wouldn't hesitate to trust my life to it today. Taurus has a winner in this model.
I bought this gun about five years ago and sold it about two years ago, a KP90DC model which is the stainless version, decocker only. It had hogue grips and was a big mean chunk of steel. It felt like I was holding Megatron from the old Transformers cartoons compared to the polymer wonders of today.
It was a reliable gun that will chew through any ammo you feed it, but the magazine capacity makes it less of an efficient gun given its size. It served me well as a bedside home defense gun for several years and I had the utmost confidence that it would go bang when called upon. I only paid 250 dollars for mine at the time, and the price they can be had for has risen substantially since then.
At $300 I think its a great value, At $450 i think you can get more bang for your buck in a more versatile carry or home defense firearm that will allow you more magazine capacity at a fraction of the size and weight. That is why I do no longer recommend this firearm for a person who isn't just in love with the steel Ruger P series weapons.
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