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.32 H&R

Not alot of selection as far as ammo, but since I'm a gun dealer in a shop with a good amount of buying power, i keep alot of Federal 85gr hp in stock. I picked that one because personally i dont want to shot plain lead out of my barrel and i just perfer a jacket. I also have a guy that does my reloading for my 10mm and i got him starting a load for the 32 h&R, so when thats done i will be shooting a 100gr HP from hornady.--Spades of Columbia 14:48, 2 September 2010 (UTC)


Whassup Mpe? Are you Finnish? 'Cause that'd be awesome, knowing that I'm not the only Finn on this page... :) Either way, how's it hanging. I see from your info that you (obviously) like guns. What would you say that are your favorite handguns? --Warejaws 21:56, 4 October 2010 (UTC)

Ah, okay. I like Wyoming. :) I've bee thinking of moving into Wyoming at some point in my life. Well either there, or Berlin, Germany. :) I personally like the SIG-Sauer P220 series (mainly P226 & P229) and the 1911 design. Mainly because they've been found reliable. I too like the .40 caliber, but I dislike the 9mm. BTW, what are your views on 1911s? --Warejaws 20:27, 6 October 2010 (UTC)


Yes, it is my first year in the MCJROTC. My rank in the program is Private First Class and in a few months or so I assume, I will obtain leadership capabilities once I reach Lance Corporal (the role of a Lance Corporal is assisting the fire team leader). Also, does the U.S. Army JROTC program have you participate in extra-curricular activities such as community service? In the MCJROTC, the cadets can participate in community service at moon festivals, parks, and such and is involved in sports competitions against other JROTC programs. - Kenny99 00:14, 26 September 2011 (CDT)

In the MCJROTC, we have a drill team (unarmed), a color guard (including rifle teams), a shooting team, and a PT team. We do community service, shooting field trips, raising and lowering the flag in front of the school, color guard at football games and public events, Miss Vietnam, Leadership camp, and such. We wear our Utility uniforms (MC uniform with different camouflage pattern) on Thursdays, Color Guard community service, and at most community service events. On Fridays, we were our PT uniform (olive green undershirt with short sleeves and olive green P.E. shorts with the MCJROTC logo) and do sports activities like moose soccer (soccer with three balls). You also get different uniforms when you join certain teams. For drill team, you wear the "Charlie" uniform. For color guard or if you are an executive officer or battalion commander, you wear the Dress Blues uniform. Unlike the Army JROTC, MCJROTC is more strict and the cadets are extremely disciplined because of the courageous and heroic values being carried over from the actual Marine Corps. What's Army JROTC like and what is your rank in the program? - Kenny99 20:21, 27 September 2011 (CDT)
In MCJROTC, my platoon recently covered leadership traits, military drill movements (such as right face, left face, about face, and the position of attention), history of the United States Marine Corps and how it was about to be assimilated into the Navy before some change of plans made it a branch of the military, marksmanship and the operation of a rifle, the rank structure, uniform and appearance regulations, and probably some other MCJROTC-related information not covered yet. In my area, there is an Army JROTC, Navy JROTC, and an Air Force JROTC unit that usually reunites with us at the Children's Moon Festival and at Silver Creek to do a drill competition. Kenny99 20:19, 28 September 2011 (CDT)


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