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Ming the Merciless

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  1. I think the next time I have to move, I'll just make a 5 mile move up into the California hills, wait for the place to burn to the ground, leave the pile of ash where it lays, take the insurance money, and move somewhere too wet to burn!
  2. It is best done to your shooting buddies after they have just made a smoking run and have engaged all the targets! The deer in the headlights look is priceless. Then make sure to issue a 'STOP' command if necessary before they re-engage some targets.
  3. The two small nicks in the disconnector rail are from over inserting unloaded magazines during dry fire reloading practice.
  4. Which means what, for those of us not familiar with the local vernacular?
  5. Check over on Rimfire Central, they have a section dedicated to the M&P15-22. https://www.rimfirecentral.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=305
  6. The Wilson case gauge is not a chamber gauge. It is more of a case length/shoulder location gauge and does not check for 'fat' cases. https://www.midsouthshooterssupply.com/item/00088cg3acc/lpointepoint-wilson-cartridge-case-gage-300-acc-blackout "This is a one-piece, non-adjustable cylinder-type gage for checking fired and resized cartridge cases for cone-to-head and overall length" Get a real chamber case gauge from EGW, or Lyman (which I think are made by EGW) Take a sharpie and color the entire case and then after chambering it, look to see where
  7. I used to use the locking pinch type lock rings, but recently went back to the standard Dillon lock rings and the UniqueTek wrench. https://uniquetek.com/product/T1532
  8. I have the Lab Radar and it works great, but the user set up menu is kind of clunky. The ease of use and extra data is really nice. Set up takes all of 2 minutes and I get velocity data from muzzle to 200 yards with .223 pretty reliably, although the down range data does work more consistently with larger calibers. I also have the MagnetoSpeed which works great on rifle and PCC, not so much for pistol. The price for the MagnetoSpeed has really dropped in the last year or so.
  9. Advanced Tactical carries them. They show out of stock, but if you call, they probably can find one. https://advancedtactical.com/vr80-bolt-catch-pin.html If no luck there try Hayes Customs.
  10. I have run a LOT of WAP through my MPX. 5.9 grains with a 115 gr (1250FPS) and 5.6 grains with a 124 gr bullet (1150FPS IIRC), small pistol primer of your choice at 1.125 OAL.
  11. Vortex also makes good rangefinders, they have models capable of 1000yds for $199.99 up to $499.99. https://www.adorama.com/l/Drones-and-Sport/Vortex-Optics~Laser-Rangefinders-and-Accessories
  12. Kidd occasionally has sales, and discount codes as well as the quantity pricing.
  13. You forgot to say "And stay off my lawn!" I didn't get the impression the OP was a 'shoot and scoot' type, but I guess it is just politically incorrect to ask a question about why or why not.
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