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New Member? Introduce yourself here (just intros, questions get answered elsewhere)

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Justin, Nov 8, 2006.

  1. BigBore44

    BigBore44 Member

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    We don't. Your not welcome here. Go away. Lol.

    Welcome Comrade. The more the merrier.
     
  2. MarshallDodge

    MarshallDodge Member

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    Welcome aboard!
     
  3. MaterDei

    MaterDei Member

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    Howdy back at you! Welcome.
     
  4. mountain_man

    mountain_man Member

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    Hi

    Hello all, as you can see I am the new guy around here:)
     
  5. The_Next_Generation

    The_Next_Generation Member

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    Welcome to The High Road! Be prepared to lose many hours of productivity in the threads on this site :D
     
  6. mountain_man

    mountain_man Member

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    I was already counting on that;)
     
  7. Centurian22

    Centurian22 Member

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    Welcome. What are your firearm interests?
     
  8. Texan Scott

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    Watch this one carefully, y'all... he might be a Trojan. :scrutiny:

    LOL... welcome. I remember the last time y'all won the Rose Bowl. I had the T-shirt. Outgrew it my freshman year of high school. ;)
     
  9. redneck383

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    GO GREEN! Also, welcome.
     
  10. BigBore44

    BigBore44 Member

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    No seriously. I don't have Facebook, nor Twitter. But I spend hours on here reading and responding. Learned so much.
     
  11. Kiln

    Kiln Member

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    Hi. Welcome to the forums.

    Just so you know this thread will most likely be closed. Introduction threads are against the rules I believe.

    Anyways I hope you enjoy your time around here, I've lost plenty of hours to online forums.
     
  12. PopStevenson

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    Good morning

    Hey all. Hoping to connect with some enthusiast and get into competition shooting. I also am looking to be of help with keeping our rights fully in tact.:cool:
     
  13. Comrade Mike

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    go white! :D
     
  14. ranger75

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    new to site

    Glad to be in a place with like-minded people
     
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  15. gunownerz

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    Hi from Eagle CO

    Hi guys and an avid outdoorsman (fly fishing and upland bird hunting are my favorites) - I shoot a benelli nova for hunting but just purchased my new XDs and love it.
     
  16. cwo2lt

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    Hello from Oregon

    Hello everyone. Been a member of this site for a while and figured it was time to introduce myself. I put in 30 yrs with the Coast Guard and have been out for about 7 yrs. My Dad taught me to shoot when I was about 10 I guess, been shooting since. Started reloading in 1980 if memory serves. I had a Super Blackhawk and shells were $22 for 50. A friend of mine introduced me to reloading, got me set up with a Rockchucker and taught me how to not blow myself up! Less than 1000 rounds later I had paid for the gear.

    I’m also a charcoal burner. Built a 50 cal TC Hawken from a kit, it will keyhole 3 at 100 yds. That has been my deer rifle forever. I also have a Ruger Old Army which I need to post a picture of in the ROA thread.

    I cruised this for a while and looks like a lot of good folks, think I'm going to enjoy it here.
     
  17. RLTW

    RLTW Member

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    Not a new member but probably time to introduce myself. Active duty military and avid fan of the knowledge and photos here. Learned a great deal from the posts and posters here. Looking forward to continuing on the journey with you all.

    RLTW
     
  18. seezee

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    Hello im new.

    Just bought my first gun, a CZ 75 SP-01 tactical. Love everything about it.

    good to meet you all.
     
  19. Mag_357TX

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    New member from TX

    Hello, my name is Mag_357TX, and as you might have guessed, I am from Texas, Houston to be exact. Have heard good things about this forum so I decided to join.

    My particular interests are shooting, reloading, and standing up for the Bill of Rights any way I can.

    I haven't been on any forums in quite a while. I'd consider myself an intermediate shooter and reloader, and would like to share information and ask questions as they arise.

    Glad to be here, I look forward to meeting everyone soon.
     
  20. JoelSteinbach

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    Hello I have been with this forum for a few years but am know having pass word problems, I am just seeing if my posts will be accepted
     
  21. wyo drifter 1947

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    Newby

    Being an old "baby boomer" I am not too sure about this electronic "medium" but thought I would give this one a try! I live in Wyoming ( eat your hearts out) love hunting and long guns, I guess hand guns are a passion ! I own several: 1911, SAA,Ruger and of course a few S&W's . Still shooting after all these years ---- because its so darn much FUN !
     
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  22. Stonewall586

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    Hello,
    My name is Joe and I have been addicted to guns, hunting, fishing, shooting, and the outdoor life in general for most my life. I own several guns a love shooting them all. Yep, thats about it.
     
  23. UnderTheGun

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    Welcome to the forum. I'm from Houston as well. What part are you from? I'm NW. Perhaps we can get together for range time? Lately I've been addicted to skeet and sporting clays (still learning and only ok at the games).


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  24. Tony k

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    Hello from NE Oregon

    Hi All. I really like what THR represents with regard to civil discourse and treating others as you want to be treated.

    I'm primarily interested in hunting upland birds, deer, and elk. I also like to just go out and target shoot, as well as shoot clay pigeons.

    I've recently gotten in to reloading, and that's really been fun. In fact, searching for reloading info is how I stumbled upon THR.

    My philosophy on firearms is that they are tools. Need some meat? Use a firearm. Someone attacking you or your loved ones and you need to defend yourself? Use a firearm. I also appreciate the aesthetics and history of firearms.

    I consider myself politically moderate, but I'm pretty passionate about the right to keep and bear arms. I see firearms as critical tools for self-sufficenecy and self defense. I also think we have a responsibility to be proficient in the use of firearms, and to pass on that proficiency to our fellow citizens and children, because we have a responsibility to be preparted to defend our democarcy against thugs, tyrants, dictators, and authoritarian regimes. My opinion is that that is a very remote possiility at the present. I'm guessing other members of THR might disagree with me on how close we are to that.

    I served 4 years in the Air Force as a jet engine mechanic. Those 4 years strongly influence how I act and think.

    My firearms:
    Savage 111 .270 (main hunting rifle)
    Taurus PT1911 .45acp (main home defense and open carry sidearm)
    Bushmaster AR carbine
    Escort Over/under 12 guage (main bird hunting shotgun)
    Mossberg 535 12 guage (used mainly for turkeys)
    Mosin Nagant M44 (1946)
    Mosin Nagant M91/30 (1943)
    Heritage SA 22 mag revolver
    Noble 20h 22 bolt action
    Daisy Powerline 880 :)

    I also like to knit:eek:
     
  25. Piratesailor

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    Hello everyone.

    I'm pretty active on a couple of other forums and have viewed THR from time to time specifically reloading. I decided to join this evening.

    With my wife and daughter, I live in Houston and as the screen name might imply, we are avid sailors. We are also avid shooters and I'll be the first to admit my wife can out shoot me.

    I've been known to shoot Springfield, Taurus, and Saiga's along with a few others. I've also had, and wished a still had, a 7.65 Argentine Mauser.

    A relatively new reloader. I reloaded in the late 70's and early 80's but haven't since then.

    Looking forward to learning and where I can, contributing.
     

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