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We Brits ain't allowed to have guns, hell we can get arrested for just saying the word gun!
Pity, because like the guy in the vid said, God wouldn't have given us a trigger finger if he didn't want us to use it..:)
Only guns I've ever seen or handled in my life were a couple of handguns that my daddy brought back from WW2, I was about 4 years old and I can vaguely remember how cold and heavy they were, and he had no ammo for them as far as i know. "Don't tell anybody I've got them" he said.
I never did see them again, in my teens I searched the loft and looked at the back of cupboards etc but couldn't find them; he must have threw 'em away.
Lurv the video and this still from it which brings up a question i've been meaning to ask- do you gunslingers prefer to pack one gun or two? I mean, if one jams you'd still have a backup to draw-

 

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support group for gun lovers? im in. i have an affliction for ammo too. i like guns so much i buy them for my kids too. kinda like guilt by association...and if i can get them to associate in the same way im not so guilty- well i really like my guns too. and i like other peoples guns... lol
man why dont i feel dirty?
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We Brits ain't allowed to have guns, hell we can get arrested for just saying the word gun!
Pity, because like the guy in the vid said, God wouldn't have given us a trigger finger if he didn't want us to use it..:)
Only guns I've ever seen or handled in my life were a couple of handguns that my daddy brought back from WW2, I was about 4 years old and I can vaguely remember how cold and heavy they were, and he had no ammo for them as far as i know. "Don't tell anybody I've got them" he said.
I never did see them again, in my teens I searched the loft and looked at the back of cupboards etc but couldn't find them; he must have threw 'em away.
Lurv the video and this still from it which brings up a question i've been meaning to ask- do you gunslingers prefer to pack one gun or two? I mean, if one jams you'd still have a backup to draw-

my friends tease and say my indian name is three guns. i holster three- an m&p 9mm for my left beretta an fs92 on my right (also a 9mm) and a 22 compact in the small of my back. and i have a rifle ruger 10/22 with a sling over my shoulder. i like back up fun. i couldnt imagine something breaking and standing at the range or blm with no fun to be had when i have extras at home. been there done that. makes me sad to recall :)
 

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ya, blaze i need help.......

help carrying all this stuff to the car and the range. lol
All of us that are addicted to our guns need help!!!!!!!!! :wink::wink:
 

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bless the sweet baby jesus. i just cant help myself.
the question isnt what will i spend my money on?, but what will i spend my 30 days on?
you can only get one every 30 days in ca and must wait for 10 to get it after purchase
(prolly why i aint married)





and i buy the children guns and it looks like im being nice...but the truth is i just cant stay away from the gun store.
 

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Yes this addiction is swift and one bitten nothing seems to stop the itch!

Thankfully, Pennsylvania is a gun friendly state. I can walk in any gun shop and leave with a hand gun, shot gun, or AR. All one needs is a valid drivers license and to pass a back ground check with the Pennsylvania State Police. Last Spring I made purchases at two different gun shops. Within 90 minutes I purchased a Glock 36, Colt LWT Commander XSE, 1,000 rounds of Winchester White Box ammo. The only downside was I had to anti up for two separate back ground checks. The up side, I took my new toys to the range later that afternoon :)
 

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You had to pay for the back ground checks ?
Yes! The state police charge the shop owner $5 per check. Typically,the shops charge the buyer $25 so they are making an extra $20.
 

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You are blessed! CCW permits are issued by the local sheriff's department. The town I live in charges $25 and the permit is good for 5 years. If you are a senior the cost is $7.

We are rural and many are able to shoot on their own property. We do have several outdoor ranges and the one club has an indoor.
 

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she goes home to live with her parents when bradley deploys and i go visit her regularly-is that a word? it very well may be queen. shes a really neat kid. kinda like a kind old soul.
 

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heck man looking into san diego ccw for my house down there that i got my son and his friends for college. and i can take the classes but it doesnt mean ill get one. itll cost me about 2 grand a lot of hoops to jump through and several interviews/// they really wont issue for california specially here in los angeles county.
i cannot wait to bounce from ca.
 
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