Last I heard on the Washington law was that you could open carry on your property & within 250 ft of a demonstration. Conceal carry didn't change
Looking at a fusion 9mm defender , seems like a decent gun but it's one I haven't heard of before.
Nice looking rifles! It shouldn't be any different hunting with those than a new 30-30.
I always enjoyed his books when I was in high school. No special forces stuff for me tho, retired from AF in 95.
Really nice collection of marlins! Like them better original, seems like the older ones are getting harder to find these days.
I'm guessing the Edmunds law was more restrictive than the state law? We also have a state safe storage law.
I'd go with the AR, decent price in these times and who knows what's coming up for restrictions on them.
The Democrats do control the senate.
Have a s&w 637-2 deep cover that is really smooth & nice shooting. I've thought about a charter 44 special but am hesitant with the current ammo...
They are going for around 800-90 in washington state.
I've made a few trades over the years, both parties are happy & get what they want.
I've never had any interest in them, ear plugs are a lot cheaper. Can use the money for more guns or ammo, when it's available
It's a fun little gun. Haven't had any problems with loading the mags. Only gripes we have are the front sight & the safety is a little odd. Plan...
Bought one at the local bx, they had the blue version & the fde. I went fde because I had the nra version of the 365. I'm more than happy with it....
Nice looking old rifle!
They are a relatively cheap utility gun. Mediocre sights and trigger.
I pocket carry my non safety 365 in a small kydex holster. I doubt a safety would snag on anything while drawing. If you feel better with a safety...
Local gun shops are pretty well stocked with firearms of all kinds, ammo is really scarce.
Run away, has to lots of local buyers
I'd do that deal in a second
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