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Public Rifle Sight-In, Monticello Rod and Gun Club
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Come on out to the Public Rifle Sight-In at Monticello Rod and Gun Club this weekend! Last weekend to sight in, before rifle opener!
Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 4pm!!

www.monticellorodandgunclub.org

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Posted on: 2016/10/28 14:31
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Rifle Sight-In, Monticello Rod and Gun Club
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2016 Rifle Sight-In at Monticello Rod and Gun Club
1821 West River Street
Monticello, MN

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Posted on: 2016/8/27 18:45
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Re: PTC Guys
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I carry with one in the pipe (Barney) and a full mag.

Posted on: 2016/8/27 18:41
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Re: custom boat cover
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Canvas Craft. I had them make one for my boat, and the quality and craftsmanship (and turn around time) were all excellent.
Was made for storage and travel, and easy on/off.

Posted on: 2016/5/2 13:03
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Re: CNC machinist
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Yes'sir, alright then.
As long as you look cool.

Posted on: 2016/5/2 8:15
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Re: CNC machinist
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IMHO: You are removing a significant portion of valuable protection to critical areas, which you would most certainly want to keep clean from dirt and debris.

Posted on: 2016/4/29 13:29
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Re: CNC machinist
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Granted, it looks bad-ars!

My curiosity is asking: why you would want to do this?

Posted on: 2016/4/29 13:02
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Re: Conceal Carry weights?
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Quote:

lurkingwalter wrote:
I would go with the glock.

The 9mm is not a real big round for protection, the real question is...
are you a good enough shot to get the job done with 8 rounds? This would be more important to me than worrying about 7.5 ounces.




WHAT?
I'm not sure where that info from lurkingwalter comes from, but the 9mm is a fine round for carry. But that's a different debate for a different post. We can all carry 454 Casull, that'll be best?

There are great articles out there about how many rounds to carry.
In my very own opinion (and we know what opinions are) Keep in mind a couple things:
- When carrying, the intention is not to hold the Alamo. The intention is to STOP THE THREAT and/or GTFO. How well do you shoot? How well do you shoot under extreme pressure and time? How often are you planning on shooting your carry?
- You want to be comfortable carrying, as a good lot of folks who are not, may decide it's just not worth it. Me? I'm okay being a little inconvenienced, for my security. (granted...I'm not a small mammal, so 7oz to me is not a game changer). A proper holster can make a world of difference.

I always have a full magazine(s) along with one in the chamber, in everything I carry. And at times, I carry an extra mag. And if for God's reason I need to resort to using it...I'll be fine with the extra 7oz.

Praaaaaaaaaaaaaaactice with your carry.
And then praaaaaaaaactice some more.

Posted on: 2015/12/30 13:27
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Re: Conceal and carry class
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www.mnguntrain.com or www.riversidesportinggear.com

Bob and Jon's exceptional qualifications are listed on their sites above, and have well constructed classes. I have RSO'd for their class, and had my wife take their class as well. That's how much I trust their training.
Yes, it is a little more expensive.
Yes, it is an 8 hour class.
YES...IT IS WORTH IT. After all, you may be betting your life on your training.


PS: Smackem33 - You can give peace a chance. But, we'll be here to back you up if that doesn't quite work out.

Posted on: 2015/12/18 16:34
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Re: Holsters
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Agreed. It depends on which sidearm I am carrying, what I am doing, where am I going, and do I want it concealed (IWB or OWB) or open?

I really have enjoyed Safariland ALS and GLS holsers for OWB. Alot of them come with the paddle and the belt options. (Having a GOOD, solid belt is a must.)

I have a couple custom holsters that I have ordered for IWB, and I say if you do that, make sure it goes all the way up past your rear sights. (I hate it when I poke my side or back with my sights).
Also, make sure it has a couple belt tabs (I can't think of the official name of that part), but I have one holster with only one belt tab to secure it, and I don't feel comfortable with that.

If it's in my pocket, I like a sleeve that really protects my trigger, but then also STAYS in my pocket when I draw.

Many people skimp on the holsters, and that isn't right. You certainly want to be functional, plus comfortable.

Posted on: 2015/11/23 14:41
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