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Gun Gripes #132: “Use What You’ve Got”

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In this Gripe we discuss the topic of “Keeping up with the Jones’ ” when it comes to firearms. Many people will feel the need to buy something completely new or unnecessarily upgrade a current setup that will suit their purposes just fine with proper use and training. We also discuss options for making the most out of a couple of basic firearms in order to maximise their usefulness without breaking the bank.

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7 thoughts on “Gun Gripes #132: “Use What You’ve Got”

  1. Shoot your grandfather’s 22 or 410 or multiple that he left you. That is what I do. Shoot them. doesn’t matter what it is. awsome

  2. I had issues with a Midwest Industries flip up front sight on a Anderson flat top upper w/gasblock height sight. Their gas blocks are lower than receiver height. For whatever reason, maybe Andersons own spec height gas block,the sight would not zero at 50yrds. 15+ inches high@ 50yrs and sight was out of adjustments. They have a .30 higher front sight post they offer and it fixed the problem.

  3. Idk why but I cant use many scopes without my eyes getting watery. I’m much better with standard iron sights and a lot more accurate.

  4. I know you guys would never probably read my comment due to the traffic , but .. A use what you have T-shirt “Movement” …well…it’s an Idea…

  5. Be proud of what you own, I a simple 20 gauge single shot and I’m proud of it and happy to shoot it

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