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.357 sig

Discussion in 'Caliber Corner' started by Amplified, May 6, 2012.

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  1. It seems to be just getting started.
     
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  2. fredj338

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    Again, tools never make up for poor craftsmanship. Ping clubs don't make you a better golfer & a G17 w/ 5 mags does not make yo ua better shooter/gunfighter. It will always come down to the skilled craftsman. So I worry more about my ability than my gear. If all I have on me is a SAA, then I will fight with that & plan to win.
     


  3. Amplified

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    I'm going to call you the Tardinator.
     
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    Amplified Senior Member

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    So, Tardinator, how is it that you've acquired such a formidable tactical skill set in firefights?

    Everything you say sounds like the only firefights that you've been in require an XBOX and a COD game! :tongueout:
     
  5. pisc1024

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    I must admit, all your **** talking is making me curious, care to share your credentials amp?
     
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    Amplified Senior Member

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    All that I did was start a thread about a load in .357 SIG that I find interesting.
     
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  7. pisc1024

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    It was not a loaded question, I was truly interested in your back ground. Your answer speaks for it's self... Or is it "its"?
     
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