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Downs

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Member

Member III

2,827
Hunt County Texas
First Name
Joshua
Last Name
Downs
Member #

20468

Ham Callsign
KK6RBI / WQYH678
Service Branch
USMC 03-16, FIRE/EMS
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I like having this little guy in the truck with me. It now wears a 3x9 scope. Being a takedown it requires very little space. 500 rounds in a crown royal bag takes up no room at all. And I have fed the wife and myself many a delicious cotton tail dinner with it.
What brand is that? I love those take down .22s. Growing up we had a Chinese copy of one of those. It's still in the family actually, my brother took possession of it and it's still used to knock out pests around his ranch.
 
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BensonSTW

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Enthusiast III

What brand is that? I love those take down .22s. Growing up we had a Chinese copy of one of those. It's still in the family actually, my brother took possession of it and it's still used to knock out pests around his ranch.
It is a browning sa-22. It’s a little tack driver. Absolutely love it.
 
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mack1611

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Off-Road Ranger I

90
Red Stick Louisiana
First Name
Mike
Last Name
Ackerman
Ham Callsign
KI5QMJ
Nice, clean and functional install. How heavy is the cross bar and is it bolted to metal or fiberglass. It looks sturdy though.
I built the crossbar out of 3/4" square tubing and anchored it at the coat hooks with the original bolts. It is very solid and doesn't move at all.
 
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Twayson

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Adventure

Member III

703
Bothell, WA, USA
First Name
Tim
Last Name
Wayson
Member #

30572

I carry every day.
Never leave home without at least one firearm unless I’m flying or leaving the country.
Currently have my WA and UT CPLs so I’m covered to legally conceal in a number of states
 

mamalone200

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Contributor III

891
Eastern Shore of Maryland
First Name
Matthew
Last Name
Malone
Member #

24559

I just submitted my paperwork for my Utah CFP so I can CC in the states I normally camp in (Virginia and West Virginia). Of course, Maryland (home) doesn't honor this, so I'll have to transport out of the state unloaded and secured. I'm going to carry a Glock 29 loaded with 10mm Buffalo Bore 220 Grain Outdoorsman, for bear but also any 2-legged predators.
 

JHosking

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Adventure

Explorer I

500
Coeburn, VA, USA
First Name
Joe
Last Name
Hosking
Member #

28933

Service Branch
Navy veteran
Wife and I both have Va CCW, and take it seriously wherever we go. We also won't go where any of our tools, that due to some arbitrary and foolish definition are deemed illegal.
 

Ahoward2k

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Educator I

1,083
Fort worth, Texas
First Name
Andrew
Last Name
Howard
Member #

40719

Service Branch
Army retired
I have a CHL in TX and we have a hog problem here. Every day in my rig I have my CZ 9mm. When I'm hitting the woods I upgrade to my 1911 with some hot ammo, mostly for the hogs. I also keep a 12 gauge around camp with buckshot and a collection of shells in a bag. When I'm just on the road I'll throw my 10-22 takedown in the back,and that one is just as much for fun if I find a good safe spot
 

Crusader

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Contributor I

60
Texas
First Name
Donald
Last Name
Wilcox
Service Branch
USAF
I have a Texas LTC and carry a Kimber Micro 9 anytime I leave the house unless I'm working on Federal property.
 
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