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SIG 556 Assault Swat

Mossberg 500A ATI stock forgrip and shell holder

HK P2000 .40 cal, SIG P250 .40 cal, and a Springfield XD9 9mm.
 

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Nice collection! Thank you for your service.
 

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Nice toys. Thanks for your service!
 

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Zeus said:
How do you like that P250?
I enjoy the P250, I have one of the drop in barrels to change it to 357SIG which is fun. My only complant is the trigger pull and reset are a little long and the pull weight is 5.5 to 6lbs but it is a smooth trigger.
 

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Thanks for posting.

Do you shoot out at range 16? I don't think I have seen that 556 out there. The only other one besides mine that I have seen there was an Early Release version a couple weeks ago. We should get together out there sometime. I go most Saturdays or Sundays.
 

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Gray Mane said:
Zeus said:
How do you like that P250?
I enjoy the P250, I have one of the drop in barrels to change it to 357SIG which is fun. My only complant is the trigger pull and reset are a little long and the pull weight is 5.5 to 6lbs but it is a smooth trigger.
So, I'm not the only one in the area shooting .357 SIG.
 

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C Swimm said:
Thanks for posting.

Do you shoot out at range 16? I don't think I have seen that 556 out there. The only other one besides mine that I have seen there was an Early Release version a couple weeks ago. We should get together out there sometime. I go most Saturdays or Sundays.
I have never been to range 16... my weaopns are not registered on post (I live of post and dont really trust the Army to well). I usually go to the shell shop in hop-town or to the Nashville gun club. We should definintly go shoot sometime.
 

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Maybe we should check out Montgomery County Shooting Complex. I have been meaning to go there.

I live on post so mine need to be registered anyway. I have been registering my firearms on one base or another for more than 10 years without a problem. One time in Germany MPI came to my place to search it and had a print out of my firearms. Customs in the US had opened a box I sent to a friend in the states that had some East German AK bayonets in it. They thought it was illegal to send them to the states (it's not) so they sent the info to the MPI customs guys in Germany. They found out my wife was in Iraq and thought the bayonets might be illegal war trophies, so they came to see if I had anything that looked like it might be. Everything was in order and there was no case there. They were just doing their job and were pretty cool about it. Well most of them were. One of the guys they brought was a friend of mine from the PMO. He kept whispering to me not to worry about it. LOL. Funny part was my wife was an MP in the same Battalion as the MPI investigators so she heard about it from the BC downrange. He told my wife that it was ok if she had sent the bayonets to me because he was bringing some back too. She didn't know ahything about them. I had gotten them for about $5 ea. at a German surplus store. About an hour after they left my apartment I get a phone call from my wife asking me what the hell was going on.

Anyway, you are really missing out on Range 16. It's totally free. Even the targets are free. They put in a pop up range for pistols and they also just got a bunch of reactive metal targets. Dueling posts and plate racks and such. They have steel targets all the way out to 750 meters too. The guys that run it are really nice and let us all do pretty much what we want within safety constraints of course. It's only about 5 min from my house so it's real convenient for me too.
 

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Range 16 sounds pretty good... What MP company is your wife in I am in the 561st MP Co.
 

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She was in 554th MP co in Stuttgart, Germany. When she made her E5 they made her the NBC NCO/Arms Room NCOIC, Re-enlistment NCO, and UPL all at the same time. They even had her work the road on a few weekends too. I think her OPs SGT was try to set her up for failure, but she worked hard and got awards in almost all those area. When her Bn went to OIF2 the Bn HQ scooped her up to be the Bn Retention NCO since she had gotten company re-enlistment NCO of the year for 21st TSC. When she got back from Iraq they sent her to Career Counselor school and made her the Bn Career Counselor so we had to move up to the 95th MP Bn HQ in Mannheim.

We got to Campbell last June and now she is assigned to 3rd BDE and attached to 626 BSB as their Bn Career Counselor. She is on her way to Afghanistan soon, but when she gets back she was talking about try to go to be the Bn Career Counselor for 716th MP Bn. She was more comfy in the MP world and doesn't like this Support Bn so much.
 

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Did you Know Cpt Katz?

He was the OIC for the Arms room at 554th when my wife was there and I think he was the XO for 554th too at one time.
 

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Yeah I know CPT. Katz he was our company commander for about a year and a half. It's a small world.
 
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