After getting one, I would kind of agree.
I really only used mine in a floorless shelter at night so my rifle wasn't just laying the ground. Hasn't been on a second hunt because I haven't really seen a need.
Seems crazy right... you can let a youth cary a firearm to hunt. That is the deadly part. But you cannot let them cary a suppressor to assist that deadly item in not damaging their ears as bad for the rest of their life.
I am going to get one for a 22 LR first (pistol). Shoot that a lot, then will probably get a 30 cal one for hunting. If I decide I want another it will likely be for my ar. That is why we are starting small.
One bummer I see is, even with a trust, I cannot let my son use it while we...
I been wanting to get into the suppressor world for some time. I have decided to just do it.
In getting through it, I got to thinking, I do not know of anyone that has bought one used.
Is there resale value on these?
I doubt they would, but also wondered if they wear out with age / use, like...
Construction staking is one thing, something any button pusher can do... Figuring out a property line... hire a land surveyor, of which there are at least a dozen on this forum, including yours truly.
One thing that pisses me off to no end is local jurisdictions telling an applicant that they...
I've owned more dishwashers than I care to admitt. Biggest problem with "the new ones" is that they fill up on a timer and assume they have a certian amount of water pressure, so if you do not have enough pressure at the shutoff it will never work very well.
We have a KitchenAid now, and it is...
All YOU on this thread just cost me buck$.
I am sure I'll be pickin' up a 22 semi-auto this week (cause my ruger single-six just isn't cool enough!)
Darn you all... especially you @Cameron.25 , @ScreamingPotato , @MarlinsDad , @sram9102
I got a Leica 3200.com from camera land a few years ago and love it. You may be able to find a used one for $500ish. I'd say if any black Friday deals come up on them they would be worth it.
(I can range a bolder with mine at 2200 yds).
"never point a firearm at anything you are not willing to destroy". This one saved human injury at a gate crossing I was at one morning. A fat glove slid beyond a trigger guard when a firearm was being loaded causing negligent discharge, but the barrel was pointed safe.
Those four rules are such...
What an End to the week of last second field goal wins!
I cannot believe Buffalo is looking worse as the season progresses... and, even bigger shock... Denver is looking better as we get to the middle.