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Andrew Collazo Murder in Ozark
Last Post 10/03/2017 5:58 PM by RamadiDevil. 51 Replies.
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RamadiDevil Advanced Member Advanced Member Posts:198
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09/15/2017 7:46 AM
Let's work on Mr. Collazo's Murder! Go to whitepages.com and use the "Reverse Address" form. start from the south grid and enter the addresses on each house. It will return everyone who is liviing at that House. Print each page of individuals living at each house. Only do the first two blocks of housing on the southeast side of the road. Run each name through ALEA Sex Offender list. Put aside any positive hits. Next, go to Alabama Department of Correstions and run the names. Put aside any names that come back positive. After you run all the names, Google the First and last name of the positive hits,,,example would be; "John Doe Arrested" (without quotes) and you should come up with three (3) names. You should have had a hit on two Sex Offenders and Two Dept of Corrections prisoners. One is unique to the facts and circumstances of Mr. Collazo's Murder. I said Unique, maybe a suspect, but do not list a name in any postings. The hit gives you a direction to go in investigating the murder. After you get that done, we will see if the Unique Suspect has any ties to Clio and Clayton, AL.
Wrascal Senior Member Senior Member Posts:1191
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09/15/2017 8:50 AM
I'm interested in hearing more about that "custom" V10? and what you feed it? Barrel length?
How many rounds have you put thru it? What frequency/ distance do you shoot it (weekly, monthly, semi-annually)?

Here's an important question .... does it shoot underwater? Glocks reportedly do.


RIP Mr. Collazo.
RamadiDevil Advanced Member Advanced Member Posts:198
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09/15/2017 12:15 PM
There are 10 ports at the end of the barrel to control muzzle rise. It does fire underwater and is on the Tactical Sights.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4MF1nwf2Uvo

http://www.tactical-life.com/firear...ct-45-acp/

Had the V-10 years. Shoots everything fine. I do not shoot any steel cases ammo, and absolutely no Russian Ammo. However, it is a concealed carry weapon and not a plinker. After shooting a couple hundred rounds, I field strip it for cleaning. During that process, I polish the chamber with a dremel and jewelers rouge. Never has jammed. the 3.5 inch barrel is as accurate as a 4-5 inch at 35 yards. Even with heavy ammo, almost no rise on recoil. Important, because I teach Combat Shooting....AND ALWAYS DOUBLE TAP!
Wrascal Senior Member Senior Member Posts:1191
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09/15/2017 4:25 PM
It's important to find one that's both reliable and fits you.
Feed it well then practice, practice, practice.

The Shield I'm working with is also ported (but not with 10 holes). In dim light I can easily see the fireball (ammo related?) but to keep things apples to apples it's what I'm using.

Unknown if it'll fire under water.
RamadiDevil Advanced Member Advanced Member Posts:198
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09/15/2017 5:44 PM
All ported firearms are going to show some fire. When I customized mine, I sent it to Pachmayr with a oversized new barrel (not ported) Had it fitted to my slide and had new ports machined at 4 degrees forward from normal. Less fireball and some recoil goes backwards. Mine is all stainless. Deadly accurate.
RamadiDevil Advanced Member Advanced Member Posts:198
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09/15/2017 5:44 PM
All ported firearms are going to show some fire. When I customized mine, I sent it to Pachmayr with a oversized new barrel (not ported) Had it fitted to my slide and had new ports machined at 4 degrees forward from normal. Less fireball and some recoil goes backwards. Mine is all stainless. Deadly accurate. I agree, there is a special gun for everyone. have to go through several to get the one that is right for you.
Wrascal Senior Member Senior Member Posts:1191
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09/15/2017 9:24 PM
At self defense distance even the cheapest of junk guns will be accurate enough; what's more likely is the gun and/or the shooter that will fail.
Find the gun (and ammo) that always works for you, then practice, practice, practice.
Wrascal Senior Member Senior Member Posts:1191
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09/16/2017 10:22 AM
devil, I'm borrowing this snippet you made in another discussion: "And, the BS you write about these cheap azz guns is going to get people killed."

I've found there currently are many examples of "cheap" ($300-$400) guns that are safe, reliable and accurate enough for self defense. While a more expensive gun will provide bragging rights (devil and his custom ported stainless steel) it is not required.

In fairness I will admit to having a few favorites myself. One of them include a 'cheap' gun I purchased in 1996; to this date we still dance together.

devil will infer THIS can get people killed: for new shooters searching for a gun I suggest they find a .22LR, one that comfortably fits in their hand. Practice, gain experience with it, .22s are the cheapest way to familiarize with handguns. AND while not the ideal choice for self defense, ten rounds on target is better than both a pointed stick and/or seven misses with the .45.

Once comfortable with the .22LR you can (I would say Should) try something bigger: typically a 380 auto or 9mm. Once comfortable with those options you can always follow devils Manly option of the .45, or Dirty Harrys 44 magnum.

Whatever one chooses, what IS required is experience with your gun and ammo selection. And not just once, repeat often.
RamadiDevil Advanced Member Advanced Member Posts:198
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09/16/2017 11:03 AM
Are these alleged testings in writing? Where can one find the writings? Anyone who espouses to support any semiautomatic pistol without a hard safety is a fool. Tell me where I can read these testings on the guns.

Oh, I left a challenge for you on the other thread, it should be a lot of fun for both of us!
Wrascal Senior Member Senior Member Posts:1191
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09/16/2017 11:21 AM

My neither confirming (or denying) is just driving you crazy, I'm beginning to enjoy it.
RamadiDevil Advanced Member Advanced Member Posts:198
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09/16/2017 2:20 PM
One of the people following this thread thinks you are a Convict in Jail or Prison!
Wrascal Senior Member Senior Member Posts:1191
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09/16/2017 5:54 PM
Welcome back Sherry.
RamadiDevil Advanced Member Advanced Member Posts:198
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09/16/2017 9:32 PM
Remember I accused you on being part of the establishment? Should have been "Use to Be".....part of the establishment.

Remember when I said every Criminal who commits a crime always leaves clues, but you have to be smart enough to find them? Remember that? I found the clues you leftI

Remember when I said I suspected you of being a Lawyer and then concluded you were not intelligent enough to be a Lawyer? That doesn't mean you don't know one, perhaps work for one!

Couldn't figure it out with what is going on with all that is happening in the Seth Rich case. So, I went to the Range and threw 100 rounds down range with my CZ 9MM Combat Masterpiece that I "use" to shoot and wins matches with, including the Ozark Matches (wink). Went home, got a cold bud light (you still drink beer?) went in the Travel Trailer (wink) (I never joined the Clubs the Trailer Co's have (wink)in order to have complete solitude...and then like Emeril Lagasse world famous Chef would say on his cooking programs (wink) BAM!!!! And then there was the guns, the range, all those bullets. I bet you went to that old dilapidated, shoddy range near the Fort Rucker Gate to do your shooting...damn, mistake, meant to say "Shotty Range Club" not shoddy!

And, social Media is a great information source for Investigators, Especially Twitter, SnapChat and especially Facebook(wink)!

But out of the respect I had for you, I am going to leave it alone, you should too!

Enjoy life, it's short!
Wrascal Senior Member Senior Member Posts:1191
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09/16/2017 11:23 PM
OH NO, I think you're onto something, I better quickly cover my tracks.

Nice score on the CZ, I too have a couple of them (all keepers). Comparatively they are cheap guns (cheap $, NOT cheap quality).

Now please excuse me, I've got to tend to my ovens.
RamadiDevil Advanced Member Advanced Member Posts:198
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09/17/2017 9:14 PM
Wrascal, is Shotty's still open? Will he allow .50 cal ? Hard finding a place that allows .50s
Wrascal Senior Member Senior Member Posts:1191
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09/17/2017 9:21 PM
You might inquire with Ft Ruckers Range Control, 334-255-4303
RamadiDevil Advanced Member Advanced Member Posts:198
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09/18/2017 1:44 AM
I am going to pass on the Fort Rucker thingy....I did that for years. I want a nice club house, shoot when i want to shoot, etc.
RamadiDevil Advanced Member Advanced Member Posts:198
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09/18/2017 1:44 AM
I am going to pass on the Fort Rucker thingy....I did that for years. I want a nice club house, shoot when i want to shoot, etc.
RamadiDevil Advanced Member Advanced Member Posts:198
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09/18/2017 11:14 AM
So Wrascal, let me get this straight, you are saying there is no "Shotty's Range just outside the Ozark Gate to Fort Rucker" You know, the one you said had a nice club house, the one you do your testing at...etc., Etc., ?? Were you blowing smoke up those ladies dresses? Shame on you! So, let's have the truth for once...There never was a "Shotty's Range" wiith a nice club house, just outside the Ozark Gate to Fort Rucker!
Wrascal Senior Member Senior Member Posts:1191
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09/18/2017 11:20 AM
Obviously you are still fishing ... so
once again I'm going to challenge you to back up those statements that you're attributing to me.
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