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About Laxplayer201092

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  • Birthday 11/30/1991

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  1. My first post in...almost 6 months! No, i went the 5.56 route in both of my AR15's so i could shoot either 5.56 or .223 ammo. Current list of firearms- Bushmaster Ar Armalite AR Polytech M14 Remington 870 Colt MK70 Wasr 10 AK 47 Really wanting to get a Sage Stock for my M14, maybe a FS200, or a USP if i was old enough :/
  2. Farewell TST! it has been fun! see you all in December! Semper Fi and hit em straight!
  3. Why not.. I am 18 years old, playing golf for around 5 years now, the lowest handicap i have ever reached is a two, but due to lack of practice and drive, i am something like a 7 now. I played lacrosse, as an attackman, or my senior year as a goalie at the varsity level. (you think golf is hard? try having a one pound ball thrown at you at 80 MPH from 20 feet away.) I graduated high school with a whopping 1.8 cumulitive GPA(I had a 28 as my overall ACT score) I ended alot of my friendships with highschool, but found a group of guys that i really like and we hang out a good deal. My father an
  4. i use a fiarly large grip on my putters... teh equivalent of an "oversize" grip on an iron..none of the superstroke crap... i always thought the slightly larger grip feelds better. Dont ditch the futura yet.. they are great putters, once i went left hand low with mine i was lights out for a while. Just experiment with it. And if your only going to make 70 or so bucks off selling it, hang on to it, it never hurts to have another scotty in the closet when your gamer acts up!
  5. solid round! you have accomplished somethings millions never will! Great feeling
  6. i had a futura, (the silver one wiht the red lines on it and the semi circle on the back) and putted lights out for a solid 4 months with it. then one day i picked up a normal putter and realized, "Wow, this thing is ugly." i proceeded to shoot a 43 that day and bought a circa 62 #1 the next day.
  7. as of about a week ago i had 475 various "pro" balls. pro v1, b330, tp black, etc etc that i had accumulated over the years. i then shipped them all to canada for a tidy bit of cash :)
  8. we are gonna need alot more info such as- What do you like your ball flight to be like? are you spinning the ball too much? too little? Do you like to fade or draw the ball? details man! if your just going the cheap route, i loved my V2 for distance, that sucker was long...but i never could get accurate with it, just didnt like the feel of it in the lighter weights.
  9. as of late my favorite has been the 135 yard with my vokey 50. that club set up three birdies at Sanctuary yesterday! Man what a course...
  10. thats the grey one correct? if so i liked that shaft alot.. whiteboard flight without the whiteboard feel!
  11. you can tell your self by doing this -go with what feels right. some people like incredibly stiff shafts in their 3 woods, and like that feel, but may prefer a stiff or regular flex in driver. if it feels good you have a better chance of hitting it well. if your hooking the ball and it doesnt seem to be a swing issue, get stiffer shafts -if you slice it, get a weaker shaft! Of course being fit works well, but this is the easy way to do it with little money spent!
  12. i have a mp32 two iron with an slx100 in it, inch over standard if your intrested...
  13. 100% of the time i have my gerber boot knife on me, and if they pull it while i am putting the clubs in the trunk...well...
  14. way to celebrate the 4th! the tour burner is an excellent club, very long off the tee, you will be pleased with it! as for it being closed, it is, so you should be drawing it, which lets not lie, everyone likes to do! and for that extra degree of loft, your fine, i highly doubt it will effect anything in anyones swing that isnt a pro... enjoy!
  15. k..going from a 67 to a 95 is pretty drastic. you could always just, ya know, put a better shaft in it, instead of spending money on one that obviously isnt working but will be heavier. Yea. If its heavier, i am not really sure thats gonna help you get any more roll.. perhaps if you got a shaft that spun a bit less... Why yes! that would work just swell!
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