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  1. AlbanyDude
    04-29-2016 11:46 AM
    AlbanyDude
    "Excuse me while I whip this out..."

    :P
  2. eagleseven
    04-29-2016 09:32 AM
    eagleseven commented on Fuck this Shit!
    Thank you
  3. 24kilo
    04-28-2016 01:26 PM
    24kilo
    Yup, correct.
    11yrs military and growing up with guns , Hell my first real gun was given to me on my 10th birthday. I live in the central U.S guns are second nature.
  4. 24kilo
    04-28-2016 10:35 AM
    24kilo
    Also, They must think I'm the devil incarnate seeing I can train people to use such vial instruments.
  5. 24kilo
    04-28-2016 10:32 AM
    24kilo
    Lol nice clip. Both look to be venomous. I'm not going to grace them with another post. Let them think they have the last word, Logic is logic.
  6. 24kilo
    04-28-2016 10:00 AM
    24kilo
    Thanks ,the last point "pot" made was way out in left field. I think I'll let it be.
  7. PunkinA
    04-28-2016 07:46 AM
    PunkinA
    I especially agree about the thinking before you pull a weapon. I also believe a good moral for survival is to to continue to think the whole time one is operating a weapon.

    Draw and shoot first seems like a miserable strategy. Draw, take aim, then fire, seems like the advisable course of action. Context is, "Slow is smooth; smooth is fast."

    Again, I don't own a weapon, but I prefer to be around people who know how to use one.
  8. eagleseven
    04-27-2016 01:54 PM
    eagleseven
    I had a few gun threads, years ago. Got a Ruger LCR, GP-100, .22 pistol and rifle, 12 Gauge Mossberg, 1938 Soviet Mosin, WW1 Colt, a Cz-75, and a custom Saiga AK in 7.56x39. Along with several thousand rounds of ammo.

    But that's all in the family vault, and I don't really want to have my nice guns in this shitty neighborhood. I'll probably pick up an old revolver, or maybe a Makarov PM, for apartment defense.
  9. Warrior
    04-27-2016 01:02 PM
    Warrior
    Thanks. That's much the same as it is here. I didn't think about Disney, but I doubt I will be there very much when I am in the state. Good to know.
  10. ENFPEACE
    04-27-2016 12:04 PM
    ENFPEACE
    No problem bud (anything goes in my OCs), I think if I find myself in that situation, I'd probably go with it.
  11. sircockburn
    04-21-2016 10:33 PM
    sircockburn
    Ha. No worries. I don't get people who are picky with mechanics. All I care is that the car issue is fixed without me having to rent out my kidney.
  12. sed0007
    04-20-2016 10:45 AM
    sed0007
    Btw, I'm into firearms too.
  13. sed0007
    04-20-2016 10:41 AM
    sed0007
    Thanks, man.


    Stay cool.
  14. Mariko
    04-19-2016 11:27 AM
    Mariko
    Wow, 5! That must be a lot of brushing, but they must be a joy to have. Tho I have not own any Himalayans personally I have met a few I really liked.
  15. Doob
    04-01-2016 03:42 PM
    Doob commented on Driving problems.
    What do you mean with "short bus'er"? I'm not familiar with that expression.
  16. CheCosa
    04-01-2016 07:42 AM
    CheCosa
    My natural reaction was a gasp and wtf as I lay groggy-eyed in bed. Comical way to start the day, I say.
  17. girlygirl
    03-30-2016 05:52 AM
    girlygirl commented on What have you bought lately?
    Gorgeous!
  18. Warrior
    03-29-2016 07:35 PM
    Warrior
    I like it a lot. I have put several thousand rounds through my full size 9mm P320 and I don't think I have had a single failure. Depending on what you are used to shooting, you may have an issue where you're thumb rests on the slide catch. This can cause an issue where you have just enough pressure on the slide catch to cause improper operation of the slide when shooting. I read about this before I purchased the gun and noticed my thumb did tend to rest there at first, but about 15 minutes of working with it, it wasn't an issue anymore.
  19. Metal woman
    03-28-2016 10:17 AM
    Metal woman
    thanks
  20. Cooper
    Thank you for helping Vets. I wish more did.

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