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  1. hickok45
    05-12-2010 04:21
    Thanks guys!
  2. GlockCannon
    05-10-2010 19:20
    hickok 45,

    here a dutch HUGE fan of your video's
    Keep up the good job!
  3. srwhite85
    05-05-2010 19:20
    Thank you for accepting my friend request. I love all your videos on YouTube. I recently bought my first gun a Glock 19. Your videos helped me decide. Thank you for all your info and insight on glocks.
  4. Motown Fire
    03-25-2010 14:53
    Motown Fire
    Ok thanks for the info. I was planning on using 3/8" and 1/2", all will be hanging.
  5. hickok45
    03-25-2010 06:22
    MOst of it is 3/8". You want hardened steel as much as possible with all flat surfaces. Hanging is best, as it deflects the lead downward.
  6. Motown Fire
    03-17-2010 14:07
    Motown Fire
    Keep up the great work on your videos. I am about to make some steel targets for my range and was wondering what thickness the steel plates are that you use ???
  7. hickok45
    03-07-2010 06:34
    I have one, but I plan to do a few more.
  8. mdhandyman
    02-24-2010 18:17
    Hi hickok, I was wandering if you ever thought about doing a vid on bow shooting
  9. leadslinger13
    01-25-2010 21:56
    Great glock videos and the christmas tree cutting was priceless. I have been hoping that someone would demo all the various loads offered for the 10 mm (135,165,180,200 and 230) in acutal animal carcass or something other than water jugs.
  10. hickok45
    01-24-2010 09:01

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