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mwc

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  • Birthday 08/10/1966

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    Nixa, Missouri
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    Mark Crabtree

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  1. I believe this man said it best. "I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character." Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Worrying why more people of this skin color or that skin color do or don't participate in the shooting sports is about as shallow as it gets. We are born with the skin God gave us and have no control over that. The content of our character on the other hand is completely within our control and is the only real detail about a person that I care about. I my opinion, the shooting sports is very diverse, if you can get passed a persons skin color. At my club match, we average around 65 shooters as month and we have folks from all walks of life. Just to name a few... We have doctors, farmers, mechanics, military, attorneys, stay home moms, retired folks, law enforcement, hair dressers, business owners, engineers, salesman, insurance adjusters, property managers, realtors, lots of folks in the medical fields, juniors, and of course, the list goes on and on. Their reasons for being there are very diverse as well. Just to list a few... The attorney and his young daughter that are spending time together doing something they both enjoy. The junior shooter that is thinking about maybe being a professional shooter or going to the olympics someday. The Veteran that is using the match as a chance to hang out with other Vets and shoot guns. The stay at home Mom that is looking for some "me time" to get out of the house and socialize. The competitive person that is just looking someone to crush. The tactical trainers that show up to drum up business. The tactical minded folks who want to train under the pressure of competition. The buddies who just what to hang out and catch up with one another. The retired folks that are looking for a reason to get out of the house or something new to try. I think what is great about our sport is the fact that such a diverse group of people can come together for a diverse group of reasons and get to know one another because of our common interest in shooting guns. Notice that I didn't mention anyone's skin color...that's because it doesn't matter.
  2. Sevigny Speedway

    and here... http://forums.brianenos.com/index.php?/topic/240728-so-i-just-bought-a-stock2/&page=5#comment-2724630
  3. Sevigny Speedway

    It has been discussed here... http://forums.brianenos.com/index.php?/topic/244615-how-to-reload-a-stock-iiiii-like-a-boss/#comment-2724900
  4. Sevigny Speedway

    The opening is filled with epoxy so you have something to re contor. Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  5. Couldn't help myself... Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  6. Sevigny Speedway

    Just for grins, I through in a couple pics of the Stock 2s. Sent from my SM-G930V using Tapatalk
  7. Sevigny Speedway

    There is nothing obscure about it. I did it to my G34 in 2013 and shot USPSA nationals with it that year. I like it and think that it helps some when you miss the reload a bit. I think that with training it isn't really necessary, but I like to give myself every legal advantage I can. Lord knows I am not getting any younger! I also did this to my Stock 2 recently. I will post pictures and put them on a scale in a few minutes.
  8. I try not to think too much about it, because every time I do I start to question why.
  9. Mark,

    Would you consider  $3000 for the pistol and grip as a combo?

    Scott Bass 

    1. mwc

      mwc

      I just sold both for that.  Would you like to be first in line if the deal falls through?

      Mark

    2. Fowlmouths

      Fowlmouths

      Sure, snooze you loose!

  10. New PT Evo grip

    I just found this thread today...but two days ago I put a EVO grip on my CK Arms limited gun and the only fitting that I had to do was to narrow the grip safety ever so slightly to fit the frame. Took maybe 15 minutes.
  11. Whats your favorite coated bullet

    The info is on their website. Sent from my SGH-M919 using Tapatalk
  12. Magazine poll

    MBX all the way.
  13. Hello from SW Missouri

    We have a USPSA match this Saturday. Love to see you there! https://practiscore.com/uspsa-mo21-2alpha-sbrc-september-2016/register
  14. CK Arms & MBX Magazine Issues

    I recently had the same problems with one of the nine MBX magazines I own. All the others work great. This one was rubbing just below the feed lips on the left side. I just "tweeked" a tiny bit in a vise and it worked great after that. This magazine was my most recent purchase. Atlas Gunworks does have a video on youtube that addresses this issue as well, although it was with the STI DVC 20111. His solution was to open up the frame a little to make room.
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