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Dick Hertz

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  1. Seeing as how you and your wife are familar with H&K I'd recommend checking out an H&K P2000SK with an LEM trigger. The LEM [Law Enforcement Modification] trigger makes it a DAO trigger at about 6-7lbs or so. It's sub compact sized, a little bigger then a Glock 26.

  2. Rival,

    I had a Performance Shop Super Sport and loved it. I shoot trap and it was a GREAT gun. The only reason I sold it was a friend wanted one and couldn't find one. I sold him mine, stuipid me.

  3. I would be VERY careful before you shoot a bear because it's "too close" to your house. My experience with bears in Maine, and we've got a @#$%load of them is they'll come close to house because there's something to eat: bird feeders, trash etc.


    I would take a good look at potential food sources and remove them. I'm a hunter, but I don't think it's right to shoot a bear just because he's looking to eat something a person left out.

  4. Sgt Cathy,

    The Wildlife Management Area wasn't Myles Standish by any chance? I went hunting there ONCE with a friend wayyy back and that was enough for me. The moron Enviormental Cop kept demanding my "FID Card" I'm a NON RESIDENT and don't need one for hunting. He didn't care I was a cop from Maine. Never again will I hunt in the "People's Republic of the Commonwealth"

  5. Gun Smoke,

    A friend of mine bought one, he's one of these people that "has to have" the latest and greatest. I've shot it. My opinion, don't waste your $$$ It's an overpriced warmed over AR-15 wannabe. Don't get me wrong, it's high quality and accurate. But for the money there are better rifles out there for less money.


    I'd recommend looking at Windham Weaponry Rifles. Better rifle for A LOT less money.


    Good Luck.

  6. Benelli uses synethic 5W-30 motor oil as a preservative, that's what the rust coloring is. A good scrubbing with Hoppe's No 9 and a terry cloth towel will remove it. You may have to do it a couple of times to fully remove it.


    Many guns sit for years before being sold so factorys really slap on the preservative coatings to preserve them.

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