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Old February 2, 2013, 10:57 AM   #8326
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I have been lurking here for some time great forum.

And hi from the Midwest!
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Old February 2, 2013, 01:29 PM   #8327
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Hello, I have been around guns my whole life and have owned since my father gave me a 16ga shotgun for my 12th b-day. I own mostly hunting style long guns, 22(lr,mag,hornet),270, 303sav, 30-30, mauser 7mm? (been so long since dad gave me that one I cant even remember the cal!), 7.62x39 (sks). Since my two boys are now 8-10 yr old I have started to talk to them about gun safety and getting them comfortable with them, not shooting yet, and I have started to regain my love for firearms. Then the tragedy happened in my state and my plan of getting a new toy for myself (AR style sport rifle) seems to be now totally out of reach. I have a steady job and provide for my family but after that there really is not much left for me to spend on myself and from what I am seeing and hearing, even if I could find a rifle or kit to build one, I could never afford it! Oh well, enough boo whooing from me. I am glad and excited to get back into the sport and just hope people of this great nation understand that its not about gun rights as much as its about our Constitutional Rights, we let them take one and whats to stop them from taking another and another. Those who dont learn history are doomed to repeat it. Thanks for welcoming me and I look forward to listening and learning, Tedd
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Old February 2, 2013, 01:40 PM   #8328
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Hi everyone, I didn't realize there was in introduction thread, I posted a pic earlier, but here I am to introduce myself now... I'm from Texas, I'm a FEDLEO and a FED Firearms Instructor... I build guns too GREAT FORUM!!!
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Old February 2, 2013, 06:20 PM   #8329
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I've used the forum for research. Thought I'd join in. I'm old but damned good looking. Been armed for 50 years. Many weapons along the way. Fav: Mini-14, 870 Wingmaster. Currently down to 12 ga Win 120. I don't think the Feds need to know who has what. I'm concerned how we turn this liberal tide. And why did the Feds need 7000 AR 15s? Who pulls the Prez' strings? Is he a Manchurian Candidate? Since when does the editor of the Harvard Law Review not have published casenotes? I'm guessing these are common concerns around these parts.
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Old February 2, 2013, 06:33 PM   #8330
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hi. bruce from asheville nc. i have hunted my whole life never had many guns.always got things done with my 1903. as far as im concerned the greatest weapon ever built. but today i have a savage model 11 chambered in 308, a 1945 model 35 marlin a dpms ar15. 2 22 marlin model 60 a xd 40 and a 380 body guard and the good ole 1903. started reloading a couple months ago and found your great site looking for anwsers. thanks so much
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Old February 2, 2013, 07:10 PM   #8331
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Hello All, I am Ron & looking forward to conversing with you. I am prior Military have never been to concealment issues until now. Right now I need to figure out to go with 9mm or .380. Any thoughts will be appreciated.

Thanks,
Ron
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Old February 3, 2013, 10:52 PM   #8332
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Long time lurker, new member. I'm retired from the Navy, and am pro-2nd Amendment. I'm a long time NRA member with several handguns and a couple of rifles. Will post when I have something worthwhile to contribute.
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Old February 4, 2013, 09:23 AM   #8333
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Hello from Ohio

After searching for info. on a few guns left to me by my Dad, I was very impressed with the help given to me by members here at this sight. The people here are very informative, as well as fast. The guns left to me are old, and wont be used often, if at all, but... my next quest will be getting a better idea on what to purchase for use as home protection. I was convinced that a 1911 was my choice( I just think that 1911's are great firearms). BUT... I have been told maintanance on them is more difficult due to the number of internal parts.
Seems many people think a Glock 17 is the way to go.
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Old February 4, 2013, 04:02 PM   #8334
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Another lurker.. decided to speak up and start posting.

I'm 35, Texan, family man, Pro 2A (I think thats a requirement for this site isn't it?)

Slowly built up a 'collection' if you will of guns over the past 10 years or so.
Recently became fascinated with Russian rifles, and even more-so the affordability and availability of the ammunition. So.. yes.... I also have a nugget. (should be a requirement for this forum lol.)

I'm quiet concerned with the actions of our elected officials and what their end game may be. Spend a lot of time sharing info that the news won't cover because..... for reasons I don't think need to explain here.

Anyway, looking forward to learning a lot and sharing what little I have learned.
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Old February 4, 2013, 05:32 PM   #8335
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Hi from Ohio

Hi from central ohio.

I have been shooting for close to 40 years and enjoy just about everything about shooting.
- Tight groups
- Heavy recoil
- The thrill of competition (trap and pistol)
- The smell of Hopps #9
- The look and feel of finely machined metal and wood
- The purity of a well designed machine no matter what it is made of

I enjoy shooting pistols:
- Ruger .22 LR (Mark II, SR22 and Single Six)
- S&W N frame .44 magnum
- Glock 9mm subcompact and full size
- CZ52

Rifles:
- FAL
- AR15
- PS90

Shotgun (mostly trap):
- Remington 1100
- Winchester Model 101 (just purchased a Diamond Grade)

I am getting back into reloading (when I can find components) and I love learning everything I can about any of it.
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Old February 4, 2013, 05:39 PM   #8336
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Hello from Ohio

My Name is Robert (Bob) ....I've been retired from a local police department for about 12yrs now....wrote a book "NO FEAR " and I am now heavily involved in www.GunOwnersLDN.com

So I'm keeping pretty busy. Everyone Stay Safe Out There!!!!
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Old February 5, 2013, 10:34 AM   #8337
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Best Home defense imho

Toad32r, welcome to the site, I have many people ask me what to buy for home defense and I usually will tell them that if it`s strictly HD your looking for the 12 gauge pump with #4 buck is my first choice. In close quarters it`s devastating and reatly reduces your chance of missing. Also just the sound of racking the slide is enough to scare away anyone with half a brain.
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Old February 5, 2013, 05:11 PM   #8338
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Greetings from Rome!

Hello,
my first love has been the olimpic trap then rifle with my Walther KKJ-E 222R and now a handgun shooting with my S&W 627-0 and Colt KCobra and Diamondback. I hope to enjoy and learn a lot from this very interesting forum.
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Old February 5, 2013, 07:16 PM   #8339
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New member from Florida. My name is Jay. New to concealed carry, not new to firearms. Raised in South Georgia, hunting and fishing. Bought my first handgun in December, HK45c. Looking forward to soaking up some info.

"The key to freedom is the ability to defend yourself"
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Old February 6, 2013, 01:43 PM   #8340
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Hi,

I'm from Connecticut. I own long guns and some short ones also. Life member of the NRA, Certified NRA RSO & newly certified NRA Pistol Instructor.

Sent from my SPH-L710 using Tapatalk 2
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Old February 6, 2013, 02:01 PM   #8341
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Hello,
been reading posts for years and just now joined. Avid shooter and enthusiasticly new to hunting. East Tennessee native.
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Old February 6, 2013, 05:53 PM   #8342
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Hello

Hello from NW Mississippi. I am looking at improving my marksmanship and shoot long range, maybe even competition. With that in mind, I am very interested in reloading, casting, and swaging. I am still in the gathering information stage so any help will be appreciated. I own a Browning .270 (I actually inherited it and have never actually fired it, it needs optics). I plan on starting with this gun until or if I get really interested then spend some quality money on a .308 or 30/06 (depends on what deal I run across).
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Old February 6, 2013, 07:16 PM   #8343
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New guy here living in Delaware, grew up in South Florida. Been lurking for a while now. Came to learn more about reloading, and firearms in general. Seems like a great community.
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Old February 6, 2013, 07:44 PM   #8344
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Hello all. I grew up on a farm in NW Georgia and I have been around firearms since I can remember. I enjoys my rim fires as much as anything, although I am a recoil junkie.

I love the forum and glad I found it.
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Old February 7, 2013, 12:29 PM   #8345
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Hi!
I normally frequent GPDO, but I figured that it is about time that I start branching out and get a national "temperature" (not that it isn't obvious) of 2A supporters and some of the legislation that is being passed or defeated. I look forward to seeing y'all around!
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Old February 7, 2013, 12:47 PM   #8346
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Greetings! New Member here! I found this Forum looking for a fix on a Remington Model 1100. I love to Shoot, Hunt and play with my guns at the range, The Evergreen Sportsman's Club Near Littlerock WA. I never heard about this forum until today. Awesome!!
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Old February 7, 2013, 09:17 PM   #8347
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Hi all

new guy from Concord area. Found this board from CSC.
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Old February 8, 2013, 06:42 AM   #8348
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Winchester 62a

best $100 ever spent. looking for original Action slide handle screws and inserts on pump handle
two of each

Last edited by got1; February 8, 2013 at 06:51 AM.
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Old February 8, 2013, 09:13 AM   #8349
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been reading things here for a while, just joined. I have a good collection of long guns and pistols, been reloading for a few years. Always found lots of good info on here and decided to join, thought it looked like a great group of people.
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Old February 9, 2013, 12:20 AM   #8350
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New Member

I'm a regular on the UtahConcealedCarry.com forum and have frequented this site in search of answers to questions in the past.

Retired Master Gunnery Sergeant after 31 years active duty in the USMC. Pistol and Rifle Expert in the service.

Endowment Life Member NRA, NRA Instructor, NRA Range Safety Officer, WSA Range Officer, Utah Concealed Firearm Permit (CFP) Instructor, UT CFP, AZ & ID CWP, SAF & JPFO LM, USPSA, IDPA, Rifle Expert, Pistol Expert

Competitive shooting in USPSA, IDPA, and UDPL. Hunter, sportsman, shooting sports enthusiast, and RKBA activist.
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