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^^^^^ Envious! ^^^^^^

How long was your wait?
It took six weeks for the suppressor to get here. Now it will be about seven months before I can take it home. Better than the previous two that took ten months.
 

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I ran across this new Security 9 Ruger today. I think they are a real bargain for their category. 15 rounds, 2 mags in the box, all for $429. Shoots pretty good as well. Good triggers. In my favorite color too.

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I also ran across a nice AR in 300 black out that had been sold to the LGS. I have it on hold as it had not yet been entered into the bound book. Ill go back and snag it tomorrow. Good price I think for what it is and its in a caliber I have plenty of ammo in to boot.

Pictures to come. But its a neat one.
 

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This sounds totally crazy as something that is shooting related but in my case it is VERY RELATED:

My new "rollator" walker with extra large wheels and a nice seat arrived on Tuesday. It is a bit heavy and it folds from the middle instead of the arms folding inward like the lighter weight ones with the smaller wheels do. I'm not sure I can get it in and out of the car myself, but my two shooting buddies take good care of me and they'll do it for me! I absolutely cannot walk down and back up the gravel path/road from the parking lot even to the uppermost pistol bay. I tried a cane and also my walking sticks. Then one of my buddies brought a walker with wheels and THAT was the best helper. So I ordered this one so I CAN STILL SHOOT!

The new rule at the club is absolutely no cars allowed driving from the parking lot to the pistol ranges: Not even if you have a handicap sticker on your car and literally cannot walk to those bays!

In case anyone is looking for an inexpensive and very sturdy walker, here is the one I decided on after literally hours of research:

I sincerely hope that my legs won't continue to get so much worse that I will need that walker for everyday use, but it is there if needed.
 

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Got this roller handle for my Lee APP from the Reloaders Network and replaced the Lee's somewhat uncomfortable handle. Its supposed to bolt on and stick out sideways but I reconfigured the handle levers and installed it in between both levers. Very smooth operation and plenty of leverage.
 

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Got a new safe.
 

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Picked up this oddball but truly nice firearm. Paid $550 for it. 300 Blackout. Its actually a super nice build. Not sure the Grim Reaper stuff or Halloween 15 thing is my taste but it is kinda interesting. Different to say the least. I have another 300 black out in a pistol so had plenty of ammo for this. Shoots good. Its all Palmetto Arms based stuff but its not bottom end at all. I had the BUIS sights already so stuck those on and they were almost right on from the get go. Hitting the gong and 75 yards with no adjustment.

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This halloween and grim reaper edition was a limited run.

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Picked up this oddball but truly nice firearm. Paid $550 for it. 300 Blackout. Its actually a super nice build. Not sure the Grim Reaper stuff or Halloween 15 thing is my taste but it is kinda interesting. Different to say the least. I have another 300 black out in a pistol so had plenty of ammo for this. Shoots good. Its all Palmetto Arms based stuff but its not bottom end at all. I had the BUIS sights already so stuck those on and they were almost right on from the get go. Hitting the gong and 75 yards with no adjustment.

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This halloween and grim reaper edition was a limited run.

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Love it but what's oddball about it?
 

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That decorative engraving on the receiver is somewhat odd to me. Both a Grim Reaper and the words "Halloween - 15" included and then described by Palmetto Arms as the Reaper edition. Which halloween and grim reaper kind of can go together but not necessarily. Plus then under the Halloween - 15 is the words "Multi Reaper" and then a serial number ( I think limited set)... which goes along with it and then they labeled the Fire control positions in an odd set of ways, "Reap" for fire, "Fear" for safe and then a labeled position of "Death" over where a full or burst auto would be if there was such a thing. All in fun sort of thing but some of the position labels aren't as clever as they could be and somewhat confusing if you didn't know your position on a AR. Its somewhat odd to me what they chose. Odd in a sort of cool way but could make more sense I think.
 

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You'll need a bigger one.
This is the bigger one. And I already had a hard time fitting everything how I wanted. 😳
 

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Smith & Wesson 34-1. 22lr 4" barrel. Going to need some serious TLC. I'll get some pics before and after for a separate thread.
 

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Ran across a Sig Sauer P365 in the standard size and in the "Tac Pac" set. This is a set that comes with 3 - 12 round mags and a holster that converts from in or out belt side. Also standard are Tritium night sights. Nice plastic case that all Sigs come with.

Their computers were on the Fritz so I couldn't pay for it so it sits in the back room with my name on it. Pick it up next Tuesday. $550 and its as new.

Pictures to follow.
 
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