Numrich has parts for PA-63s too. I still love the Twins.
Been a while since we've been up to the dump. Never thought I'd see this old thread again.
I'm with Kentak.
I'm with getting some real legal advice.
Sorry about your depression issues.
I haven't heard of the rubber grips, but I'm sure interested. I wonder if a Hogue grip could be cut to size.
Personally, I have no problem...
Wow, time flies. Working on my sixth year.
Getting ready to plunk down the cash and get my Washington State permit.
So Mad Chemist did you read the law, or just read his posts?
Read the law
You missed the point entirely about a Municipality trumping state law?
Have a good evening.
Let's put it this way, Rev Michael.
'DON'T ASK, DON'T TELL"
You must admit that's pretty much the theory behind concealed carry?
Looks like Tri-Met can make their little ordinances prohibiting firearms, however, the State says:
AUTHORITY TO REGULATE FIREARMS...
So, Rev Michael, I just got done reading Tri-Met's ordinance. I don't believe that Tri-Met can trump state law. Am I right.
I went to the...
Thank you, Biker.
Stay quiet until asked.
Had absolutely no problems with Multnomah County Sheriff's office. In fact, when I last renewed (my third time), they gave me a temporary and...
Put the gun in one bag, the ammo in another. Lock the bag with the gun.
Store it in the rear-most part of the vehicle.
Please do. I'm interested in such a product, for the bike, like you.
Well, it's not very high road to call you less than intelligent or completely out of the loop, but somebody has to. It's well known that the TSA...
Man, I read enough to anger me.
Daley needs to go.
:barf: Ban everything you don't understand. Yup, I buy that. :banghead:
Very interesting replies. I'm shocked by the inconsistency.
In 74, I went into the Army and went to Basic at Fort Ord. We were issued orange...
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