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14 November 2008 - 02:23 PMSo for slugs I just take out my choke? Or do I put in an improved cylinder choke (or whatever the most open one is)?
When shooting slugs use Improved Cylinder. Don't go any tighter (Modified, etc) than Improved Cylinder though. Improved Cylinder will allow the best accuacy without causing overkill recoil. I use IC in my Stoeger P350 with rifled slugs. The slugs I shoot are 3 inch 2 3/4 ounce. When in doubt just call the manufacturer and ask. Thats what I did. I was unsure what choke I could use for slugs when I bought my Stoeger.
Slugs in a shotgun for defense are not ridiculous imho. Especially when in law enforcment, spread can cause collateral damage. Most law enforcement agencies, and my department, load shotguns: Buck, Slug, Buck, Slug, etc or buck, buck, slug, buck, buck, slug, etc. This allows for the first round to be a more percise shot, if that fails, spread is backup.
10 November 2008 - 03:36 AMIf I'm in a vehicle or at home the wallet comes out. But if I'm out, it's usually in the inner jacket pocket or in my right seat pocket.
09 November 2008 - 03:38 AMSmith & Wesson M&P 40 cal.
Streamlight TLR-2 Tactical laser/light
23 October 2008 - 02:13 PMThe putty is advertised for 350 pounds? Or is it advertised for 350 pounds per square inch.
Is the putty intended to use under pressure?
Your gauge obviously had an issue with containing the pressure from your marker, once it started leaking you should have replaced it. By plugging the hole you made the air leak in the faulty gauge have to find another path out, which created a mini grenade. Heh.
I'm glad you were not hurt.
11 October 2008 - 11:12 AMI was at a local military/survival store Wednesday, and there is now a 5.11 casual shirt for concealed carry. Button down short sleeve with two easily accessible holster pockets hidden in the front. I may get a few when I get my CCW and Permit.
I was looking at the same shirts at my local corporate security supply store.
They actually sewed special mesh material inside around the waist area so the shirt plays out over any items placed around the hips. Not to mention the hidden yet accessible carry pockets and the velcro access panels on both right and left hip.
Very nice indeed. And it still maintains some style too.
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