Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Justin, Nov 8, 2006.
welcome, ask away.
I'll add my welcome
Much info here, enjoy!
New members are always welcome here!
Oh and just a little reminder that new members are supposed to bring coffee and donuts for everyone!
Welcome, what part of OK are you from?
Welcome to THR!
Welcome! You're going to have a blast here. There is an amazing wealth of knowledge shared on this forum.
North of Tulsa about 60 miles
My first wife was from Pryor which is South of Tulsa. We met in Shawnee OK. And she was a better shot than me.
Hello from Orygun! First time posting. I recently heard about this fine forum and came to see what its all about. I hope to find all sorts of info here.
You will! Great place!
I am 36 I live in the PNW I am a fan of black powder whether it's rifles,revolvers or shot guns. I would love to get in to cowboy shooting competition some day. I love knives,guns, fishing,hikinig,outdoors that's about it. Thanks for the time
Hello from Arkansas! I have "lurked" here for some time, but have finally joined. I'm glad I did. This place is packed with information, and I'm excited to learn more. Fishing, small game hunting, and wing shooting are my major past times. And I do love my old pre-war Winchesters, Colts, and Smith & Wessons. Only walnut and blued (or stainless) steel found here! You might say the 16 gauge is my spirit animal, and rim-fire rifles are somewhat of an obsession for me, especially the old ones. Just something about those old guns.
Anyhow, thanks for letting me join!
I've been gone a long time, I lived where I couldn't shoot much while caring for my Mom. I've very glad to be back, I have a range again!
I’m new to the High Road forum, just wanted to say hello
welcome , ill be eventually joining you on the .22lr front. looking at possibly getting ruger mark lV lite
funny I was wondering the same thing as well in regard to replying , not big on the forum front so I guess I gotta learn the ins and outs. I had to ask my wife what a thread vs post was lol
thanks for your service and welcome
Hey guys. I've been lurking here for as long as I can remember, at least 15 years, probably more. I finally got a profile a couple of years ago but haven't ever posted. So here I am. I'm a very sociable guy, I just didn't have much to say. Anyway, about the gun stuff, I've been shooting for 45 years and have an interest in all things gun related. From building AK and FAL kits, to black powder rifle/revolver. I have a healthy collection of many different firearms including some C&R relics that I bought years ago when we could still get some pretty cool imports in the country and prior to the required number of parts made in the USA nonsense. I've built my share of ARs, like most of you probably have. Regarding handguns, I have grown up past the Glock stage and have a primary interest in CZ and Sig pistols. I have a few NFA toys as well.
I look forward to chatting with you guys. Have a good night.
I'm Jeremy, from North GA. I've skimmed over this entire thread before I decided what to post here.
I purchased a State permission slip to carry a weapon on my 21st birthday and I've had a handgun in my possession nearly every day since.
The size of my gun collection depends on who's asking, but I'll be happy to volunteer that I have experience hand-loading 45 Colt and 10mm. I don't have any experience with rifle calibers, yet.
I've found several posts on this forum to be helpful and I figured I'd join in the discussion.
Howdy y'all! I'm out in Colorado, and thought this forum was a great place to meet new gun nut buddies!
Hello from South Dakota, How is everyone doing today.? Ran across this site and decided to join. I own a Glock 36, S&W 9m Shield and a Springfield XD-9 Mod-2. I enjoy reading and learning about all sorts of weapons, new and old.
Been off for several years. Back to watching this site. Sure missed ya' all.
I'm Tom, I live in Central Ohio. I'm retired after 37 years in law enforcement. I do volunteer work with the Concerns of Police Survivors now.
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