I'll believe it when I see it, hope I'm wrong! Got my Utah carry permit, hoping it would work in Cal someday!
Just getting back into shooting after years of being away, learning and having fun.
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Great saving I found on firearms, optics and other equipment
I stumbled upon a fantastic deal at EuroOptic.com.
I have been looking for an M4 for a couple of weeks now and most places are sold out, or several hundred dollars more than everyone else. I found the M4 on gunbroker.com for the standard $1799 price and the seller was EuroOptic. Went to there website and sure enough they had them listed and in stock for $1799. I opened a chat window with them and asked about Veteran discounts and he sent me this link Dealer and VIP Pricing, which turns out to be on the right corner of their home page.
Followed the instructions and emailed them my CDL, DD-214 and 30 minutes later they sent me an email that I had been approved for the VIP discount and the next time I logged in I would see my special pricing! Wow, my price for the M4 was now $1,709.05 out the door with free shipping!!! Ordered the M4 on the spot, went to my FFL the next day and he faxed over his FFL license, and an hour later I received a shipping notice, and an hour after that it was in New Stanton, PA on the slow boat to California.
Sorry for the winded story, but I couldn't pass up sharing this discount and I am impressed with EuroOptics service. By the way if you have an FFL license they have another discount level for you and they also have dealer pricing for dealers.
Enjoy, I shared this on the 1911forum and they took it down as spam saying "I was promoting my company". I wish I freaking owned them, fortunately I own one M4 and a Aimpoint Micro T2 from them.
2017 International Sniper Competition
15-21 October 2017, Sniper Teams from across the globe will travel to Fort Benning to compete in the Annual International Sniper Competition. The goal of this competition will be to identify the best sniper team from a wide range of agencies and organizations that includes the U.S. Military, International Militaries, and Local, State and Federal Law Enforcement.
The best team will be identified only after all teams have completed a gauntlet of rigorous physical, mental and endurance events that test the range of sniper skills that include, but are not limited to, long range marksmanship, observation, reconnaissance and reporting abilities, and abilities to move with stealth and concealment.
RE: Hornady Lock N Load Auto-Progressive Reloading Press
Dillon to hornady as I believe they are built better. I use the 550'
Thank you DDDoo7! I will look into the 550, I think it's about what I need. With Ammo hell about to start out here I need to get going on something.
Besides reading a book and taking a reloading class out here, asking a million questions, bullets, primers, cases and powder what else will I need...
Dies for each caliber
Do I need a case trimmer?
Anything I am missing to get started?
Hornady Lock N Load Auto-Progressive Reloading Press
Thinking about starting to reload and was wondering if this is decent first reloading setup? Looking to reload 223, 308, 45 cal's. I am not necessarily looking for the most precision setup, just something to reload at a decent rate.