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Old 04-05-2016, 08:58 PM   #1351
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Was out playing with some tannerite the other day and an SKS.

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forget the other brands name, essentially the same thing but they give you wayyyy more silver powder than the "tannerite" brand

fuck, the additional silver powder makes the explosion like 5-8 times more powerful, felt like somone punched you in the chest at 100 yd's.

Also, Tannerite isnt that bad because it's such an explosion, but during hunting season me and the guys were shooting those "snap caps" or somthing similar, they look like bottle caps and explode in a little fire/smoke when you hit them, be super careful if you are using these in long grass, dry forest, etc.

we shot one and fuck the ground was on fire like instantly, i sprinted out and was able to kick the fire out, but even in like 3-4" grass in october, it caught instantly and could have been big trouble as we were in a field of like 3-4 acres of it lol :S
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That digital caliper I mentioned is on sale at CT for $13, they are good to have for measuring gun items. I picked up a spare.

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My wife and I went to our sons' school today as it was the day that the kids get to show us what they do in class and what they have learned thus far (they are 7 and 5). I shoot a lot and sometimes my sons join me - I always wondered if it ever got brought up in school or not. I am very open about guns, safety, and proper storage that my sons know the rules and right from wrong. There's so much tin foil around here regarding 'don't tell anyone' and stories of crazy responses to mentioning guns to others, I never knew what to expect, to be honest.

Anyways, while reading through my eldest son's weekly journal, I found this entry from December that made me smile; also made me appreciate his teacher isn't a crazy Liberal:





The entry took me back to the memory of this late afternoon at the range with a friend of mine from Whistler (which is the GSG my son mentions):





And letting him try the then new-to-me SP101 that I just sold:




He also showed me a picture that he drew when he was asked to draw something about the Fall. I have been taking both of my sons to our local Remembrance Day ceremonies since they were born and explaining the significance of our soldiers' immortal legacy. I guess the message and meaning is starting to sink in - which has always been the point.



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Are you a vet Zedbra?

Went to the gun show today, pretty wack. It's crazy how much people think their garbage is worth. 680 for SKS with tapco stock and a fore grip lol

Also, I get like, the value or rarity of older hunting rifles but I saw a few like a weatherby 30.06, it was obviously minimum 20+ years old kind of banged up, old metal scope, $3200

Yea, I'll take that over the Sako with the Zeis right? For that price I'll get into the .338 lapua
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No, I am not a vet. I just have an appreciation for the freedoms and liberties our country offers, and honour those young heroes that fought and died for them. Their bravery has given us the fabric to freely weave our thoughts and act as we do, and I feel it should be respected.

Both my grandparents were in WWII and my Great Uncle. My Great Uncle never came home. One grandfather was torpedoed three times on the Atlantic (he had some amazing stories to tell) and my other grandfather was a decorated Lancaster bomber pilot, earning the Distinguished Flying Cross.
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This was my grandfather, a bomber pilot during WWII. He watched his brother-in-law get shot down, as they flew in the same squadron. He spoke little about the war, but did say he did not agree with the incendiary bomb raids and also that if he was asked to serve again, he would proudly do it in a heartbeat. He started his 1st mission on D-Day.



The Airforce Association of Canada has some nice bios if you are looking for family members' information. I like how they commented about my grandpas calm demeanor - which he had to the day he died. http://rcafassociation.ca/awards.php...mem=&type=rcaf

LEHTI, F/O Henry Walderman (J23735) - Distinguished Flying Cross - No.166 Squadron - Award effective 1 December 1944 as per London Gazette dated 8 December 1944 and AFRO 337/45 dated 23 February 1945. Born 13 August 1912 in Coleman, Alberta of Finnish parents (he spoke the language). Educated in Coleman (1918-1919), Langley Public School in British Columbia (1919-1921), Prairie Public School, Nanimo (1921-25), Nanaimo High School (1925-1928) and Normal Business School (1928-1929). Employed by Royal Bank, Nanaimo as cllerk and ledger keeper, 1929-1931; commercial fisherman in Gulf of Georgia, owning his own boat (1931-1935) and a rigger with Lake Logging, Rounds, British Columbia, 1936-1941. He gave his home as Nanaimo, British Columbia. Enlisted Vancouver, 23 January 1942. To No.3 Manning Depot, Edmonton, 9 March 1942. To No.4 ITS, Edmonton, 7 June 1942; training interrupted for surgery; graduated and promoted LAC, 9 October 1942; to No.2 BGS, Mossbank, 25 October 1942; graduated 23 December 1942 and posted on 27 December 1942 to No.5 AOS, Winnipeg; graduated and commissioned 12 February 1943. To Mountain View, 21 February 1943. To No.8 BGS, Lethbridge, to instruct, 9 March 1943. To ?Y? Depot, Halifax, 3 August 1943. Promoted Flying Officer, 12 August 1943. Embarked from Halifax, 26 August 1943. Disembarked in Britain, 1 September 1943. To No.3 PRC, Bournemouth, 2 September 1943. To No.2 (Observer) AFU, 2 November 1943. To No.81 OTU, 21 December 1943. To No.30 OTU, 31 December 1943. To No.11 Base, 31 March 1944. To No.166 Squadron, 10 May 1944. To No.1656 Conversion Unit, 13 September 1944. Attached to No.1 AA School, Manby, 14 October to 11 November 1944. Promoted Flight Lieutenant, 12 February 1945. Repatriated via Greenwood, 31 July 1945. Retired 4 October 1945. Died in Kamloops, British Columbia, 7 June 1984 as per British Columbia Vital Statistics. Presented with DFC, 6 May 1950. No citation other than \"..in recognition of gallantry and devotion to duty in the execution of air operations against the enemy.\" Public Records Office Air 2/8882 has recommendation dated 5 September 1944 when he had flown 30 sorties (168 hours), 6 June to 29 August 1944.

6 June 1944 - Acheres
7 June 1944 - Versailles
10 June 1944 - Acheres
13 June 1944 - Gelsenkirchen
14 June 1944 - Le Havre
16 June 1944 - Sterkrade Holten
22 June 1944 - Mimoyecques
23 June 1944 - Saintes
24 June 1944 - Flers
27 June 1944 - Chateau Bernapre
29 June 1944 - Domleger
30 June 1944 - Oisemont
1 July 1944 - Domleger
4 July 1944 - Orlean
5 July 1944 - Dijon
7 July 1944 - Caen
20 July 1944 - Wizernes
24 July 1944 - Stuttgart
25 July 1944 - Stuttgart
30 July 1944 - Cahagnes
2 August 1944 - Le Havre
4 August 1944 - Pauillac
7 August 1944 - Fontenay le Marmion
11 August 1944 - Duvai
12 August 1944 - Brunswick
14 August 1944 - GARDENING
16 August 1944 - GARDENING
25 August 1944 - Russelsheim
26 August 1944 - GARDENING
29 August 1944 - Stettin

This Canadian Air Bomber, in his 30 sorties on targets in Germany and occupied territory, has consistently displayed courage of a high order and is outstanding in his determination to inflict the greatest damage possible on the target given to him. He has a great sense of crew discipline and has shown himself to be a very gallant member of a good crew. Of calm and quiet disposition, he nevertheless has courage to the extreme and has shown complete disregard for his personal safety. For his unfailing sense of devotion to duty, his courage and coolness under fire, he is recommended for the award of the Distinguished Flying Cross.

Notes: Application for Operational Wing dated 12 September 1944 stated he had flown 30 sorties but gave start date as 18 May 1944 and end date as 31 August 1944.

On repatriation he filled out a form stating (18 July 1945) he had flown 176 hours 30 minutes on operations and 176 hours 55 minutes non-operational. Flying overseas had been on Ansons (38.40), Wellington (79.20), Halifax (21.00) and Lancaster (214.05). He had attended a Bombing Leader Course.

Training: Course at No.2 BGS was 26 October to 23 December 1942. Flew bombing training in Anson aircraft (32.40 day, 6.10 night) while gunnery flying was in Bolingbroke (4.25 day) and Battle aircraft (1.40 day). In high level bombing dropped 51 bombs by day, 18 by night; in low level bombing, dropped 22 bombs by dat, and in high level grouping dropped 18 bombs. In gunnery tests fired 600 rounds in Beam Test (nine percent hits), Beam Relative Speed Test fired 600 rounds (ten percent hits) and Under Tail Test fired 600 rounds (seven percent hits). Spent six hours 55 minutes in turrets. Ground tests in bombing, written (231/250), bombing, oral (207/250), Proficiency as Bomb Aimer (264/400 - scored affected by adverse flying conditions), Gunnery, written (84/100), Gunnery, oral (81/100), Proficiency as Air Gunner (170/200), Aircraft Recognition (50/50) and Signals (48/50). Described as ?above average? and ?academically an excellent student.? Also described as ?A leader, a worker, and a student of good calibre.? Placed first in a class of 26.

Course at No.5 AOS was 28 December 1942 to 12 February 1943. Flew in Anson aircraft (18.55 day, 14.30 by night). Marked in Navigation, air work (88/100), Bombing, Air Work (61/100), Photography, air work (85/100), Elements of Navigation (46/50), Signals, practical (75/75), Photography (40/50), Reconnaissance (49/50), and Aircraft Recognition (75/75). Under ?Navigation? described as ?Quiet, methodical, neat. Excellent worker. By far the outstanding student in the class.? Under ?Armament? described as ?Excellent results in Aircraft Recognition. Bombing results should have been better.? Overall he was assessed as ?Quiet. Outstanding student. Neat, keen. Recommended as an Instructor.? Placed first in a class of 30.

Course for Bombing Instructors, Mountain View was 22 February to 6 March 1943. He finished fifth in a class of 15. ?Has a good knowledge of his work and showed prospects of becoming a good assistant instructor. With further experience and some assisstance he should prove satisfactory for practical work.?

Course at No.2 (Observer) AFU, 2 November to 11 December 1943 was on Anson aircraft (2.45 day bombing, 14.20 day combined exercises, 21.35 night combined exercises). Dropped 12 bombs at medium level. Simulated eight day raids with photography and ten night raids with infra-red.

Course at No.30 OTU, 10 January to 19 March 1944 involved Wellington III and X aircraft (8.25 daylight local bombing, 4.40 daylight local gunnery, 10.20 daylight cross-country exercises, 12 hours five minutes other daylight flying; 9.10 night local bombing, 27.45 night cross country flying and seven hours five minutes other night flying. It was noted on 24 March 1944 under the heading of ?Operational Cross-Country Exercises? that he had flown two such daylight exercises (one abortive, ?above average at map reading?) and seven night exercises, but that hhe had not carried out a Bullseye exercise. The form listed a variety of exercises - Dual Medium Level (one exercise, eight bombs), Applied Medium Level (two exercises, 14 bombs), one Stick (two bombs), ten Simulation by Photography, two night Dual High Level Bombing (14 bombs), two night Medium Level Grouping (14 bombs), nine night Stick Exrecises (18 bombs) and four Simulations by infra-red. In Gunnery he went through one Air-to-Air by day (500 rounds), one Air-to-Air, self town (200 rounds), five daylight air-to-sea (1,300 rounds), and six nigt air-to-sea (1,500 rounds).
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Wow that's crazy insight, fantastic they keep all the records like that.

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Gave the Williams peep on my CZ Ultralux a good work-out on Saturday and I think I am getting the hang of sighting it now. You do need to adjust it up and down several clicks based on yardage, but once you figure out what works for you it becomes pretty decent to shoot with; I like that you can use the stock front blade and sight it to see target rather than cover target.

Here is 20 rounds at 100m using Federal Match Target - the target is a 25m pistol target (so the black part is 6" round). The first ten I had only one flyer. Next ten added a few more (then my friend popped some 7.62 into it before I took the pic). Anyways, the Williams sight shows potential if you adjust it accordingly.

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She's tried this before and it was tossed. She's got such little time before she is forced to retire, this is the last kick at 'making a mark'. It will not go anywhere.
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underscore - sent you a message about that GP11 ammo. I'm heading up tomorrow, I will bring it with me. Let me know how much you want and shoot me your #.
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Got it and replied, sorry for the delay I was out of town.
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I hear yeah, I've been traveling all over myself. Sent you back my digits. Do you think we can find time to shoot? Should I bring a rifle or two?
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Shouldn't be too difficult to find some time, I haven't joined any ranges yet so I usually just shoot at an unofficial range in the bush if that's okay with you.
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Bush shooting is fine by me - but I may need to catch a ride, my lowered VW doesn't fair too well off road.

Okay - ammo is packed, bringing my K31 with the diopter.

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Perfect timing then, as my Cherokee is getting parked next weekend.
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Great afternoon in the bushes of K-Town, underscore. Thanks for taking me out to let rip on our K31's together. Finish off Bing for me sometime, please. lol.
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Stack-On 10 Gun Cabinet on sale starting tomorrow for $149 from $259. Not the 50% sale or $99 many people stated they've seen in the past but if you need it soon the price is aight.
This isn't the most secure place to store your guns, but I bought one for ammo and parts storage. If I'm unable to finish my cleaning after a day at the range, I'll pop the trigger assembly in here to keep it out of harm's way. At least if someone breaks in to steal my gat, they have to put it together first.

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I'm in love with this, yes I know another restricted.


I've also joined the dark side and got a glock.
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I'm in love with this, yes I know another restricted.


I've also joined the dark side and got a glock.

rock out with your glocks out!

I've been eyeing the MCX for quite some time! I think this will be my next purchase

next year or 2 though. I pretty much spent my limit for this year lol
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