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  • Former Marine with one year in Vietnam. I have a large collection of firearms.
  • Jonesboro,Arkansas
  • Woodworking, carving, trout fishing, motorcycles, firearm collector.
  • Retired industrial sales rep


  • Posted in thread: Own a Ruger SR9C or SR40C? on 08-01-2015 at 04:54 PM
    I'm a Ruger fan. Had several in .22 and a couple in 9mm. The SR9C came out and it just plain
    looked great. Trigger pull was fantastic. Other compact 9's felt like you were bending metal to
    pull the tr...

  • Posted in thread: sr9c problem on 08-01-2015 at 04:13 PM
    I've had two SR9C pistols. Sent first one back with light strikes on primers. Got worse and I
    tried everything. Second one they sent worked fine for 600-700 rounds then started double
    tapping - meanin...

  • Posted in thread: M855 Green Tip Ammo on 07-20-2015 at 03:05 PM
    Many users of 5.56 x 45 ammo are craving the M855 Green Tip, thinking it is a step closer to
    the ultimate. I've done some reading and head scratching on this. I have some first person
    experience -form...

  • Posted in thread: Gun Cleaning Input on 05-15-2015 at 02:31 AM
    I totally agree with what you have stated. It is 'magical' as you say. I group of men doing
    work on my home insisted on having their picture made holding my AK. They were really in awe of
    it. Mine is ...

  • Posted in thread: .22 rifle for home defense on 04-21-2015 at 02:45 PM
    My deputy son watched a video during training of a trooper shooting a felon 5 times with a .40
    cal in his torso, you could see the perps shirt puff with each hit. The bad guy got off 1 shot
    with a .22...

  • Posted in thread: Century Arms C39V2 on 04-17-2015 at 01:51 PM
    Yesterday I talked to a very knowledgeable AK/AKM collector. He has a huge affection for
    Eastern European produced weapons. Does not like milled receivers. Too heavy compared to
    stamped receivers. Cen...

  • Posted in thread: Century Arms C39V2 on 04-14-2015 at 01:44 PM
    Thanks austin92. You do have the skills to do it. You may fail once or twice but we learn from
    misstates. Caliper, a jig or band saw, a half round wood rasp, sand paper- the 60grit, 120grit.
    A couple ...

  • Posted in thread: Century Arms C39V2 on 04-09-2015 at 04:25 PM
    The C39 V2 will accept most AKM accessories and aftermarket stuff. Another item Century
    corrected with the V2. You can trick it out if it makes you happy.

  • Posted in thread: Century Arms C39V2 on 04-09-2015 at 01:26 PM
    By the way, compared to the com-bloc wood, or plywood, this walnut and black nitride finish
    will make people bugged eyed. I paid $700 for mine. A real bargain for this kind of fit and
    finish. The avai...

  • Posted in thread: Century Arms C39V2 on 04-09-2015 at 12:51 PM
    Yes. I have some Walnut in my limited inventory. The walnut on the C39V2 is amazing. Fits very
    snugly and finished beautifully. Not a hard coating that chips, but a Linseed or Tung oil type.
    I've read...

February 7, 2016  •  07:59 AM
Hey there, I'm about to order myself a Centruy Arms C38V2 and came across your grip. I would love to pay you to get one of those made if you're willing!! I've been thinking all along that I would like to get a matching grip instead of that black one that comes with it. I'd love to hear from you if you're willing to make another grip!

Jamie Brooks
Real Estate Ranger