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  1. 1. Do you own a firearm?

    • yep!
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    • nope!
      8
    • I want to but don't yet!
      9
    • I have no interest in owning a firearm.
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No guns. Know probability.

Inappropriate. You're really revealing more about your own personality than anything else when you say things like that.

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I hold a CCW in 4 states.  I own three Benelli M4 shotguns, a Benelli M2 shotgun, a Benelli M1 shotgun, a loaded M1A, a Socom II, a Socom 16, a Sig 556, two MSAR Steyr Aug style rifles, an SKS, a Remington 870 with Vang Comp barrel, a Rock River Arms AR, a few Kimber pistols, a few HK pistols, a few GLOCK pistols, a S&W; TRR7 hand cannon revolver...that's off the top of my head.

I'm ready for the end, but I've not fired off one round in over a year.

Does that count?

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Originally Posted by Radford Wooly

Second Amendment Right!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Protect my family and myself!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1



I can't really tell if you are trying to be funny, or this is just a stupid comment.

I'll err on the safe side, and go to bed thinking it is just a stupid comment.

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I have a single trigger side by side Holland and Holland royal 16 bore with interchangable 20 bore barrels also I have a over and under Beretta

I only shoot Game and the odd clay in the summer

season finishing for me friday this week already planning next season

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I will support a ban on handguns the day the Government demonstrates it can eliminate illegal drugs and immigrants in our country.  In the meantime I'll keep mine and hope I never have to use one on another human.  I do go to the range about once a month to stay proficient.  Just making a law forbidding guns will only eliminate them from those that choose to obey the law and by definition criminals don't obey the laws.  BTW Mexico has very restrictive gun ownership laws (basically forbids private gun ownership) but the drug cartels don't seem to have any problem getting guns.

My most prized firearm is my Grandpa's 16 gauge shotgun.  Probably isn't worth much but it was my Grandpa's.

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Danny Noonan, a most impressive listing for sure but I have to ask just what is a mongrel SKS doing in such distinguished company?  Also I am just too apprehensive to list my full compliment, I don't trust the internet or the Gubment

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I have a couple shot guns, two 12 gauges, 20 pump, and a double barrel .410.  I have one rifle which is a mosin nagant, 4 hand guns two .22, 9mm, and .40.  I am hoping in the future I can pick up an AR.

I always keep my 40 cal under the bed, and I have actually had to pull it on a home intruder.  Thankfully he listened and I didnt try making a run at me, and I was able to keep him down as the cops came.

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The SKS was a freebie from elsewhere - I'd never buy one.

Originally Posted by The Road Dog

Danny Noonan, a most impressive listing for sure but I have to ask just what is a mongrel SKS doing in such distinguished company?  Also I am just too apprehensive to list my full compliment, I don't trust the internet or the Gubment



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The two best weapons I've carried and pulled the trigger on:

M167 20mm, electrically primed, 1000 rounds per minute, HESD, Gatlin Gun!

M249 SAW, 5.56mm  Full Automatic Machine Gun

Anything else is sub-standard!

Obviously those were government issue, I am looking at purchasing a 5.56mm Bushmaster or Colt for target practice, the next revolution, or as Josey Wales might say "Squirells and Such",,,lol!

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Originally Posted by bwell

I have a couple shot guns, two 12 gauges, 20 pump, and a double barrel .410.  I have one rifle which is a mosin nagant, 4 hand guns two .22, 9mm, and .40.  I am hoping in the future I can pick up an AR.

I always keep my 40 cal under the bed, and I have actually had to pull it on a home intruder.  Thankfully he listened and I didnt try making a run at me, and I was able to keep him down as the cops came.


Glad it worked out for you and yours...

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Originally Posted by The Road Dog

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Originally Posted by bwell

I have a couple shot guns, two 12 gauges, 20 pump, and a double barrel .410.  I have one rifle which is a mosin nagant, 4 hand guns two .22, 9mm, and .40.  I am hoping in the future I can pick up an AR.

I always keep my 40 cal under the bed, and I have actually had to pull it on a home intruder.  Thankfully he listened and I didnt try making a run at me, and I was able to keep him down as the cops came.

Glad it worked out for you and yours...


Me too!  I never thought in my wildest dreams I would have to pull a gun on someone.  It was a messed up situation with the people that use to own the house before us (messed up son)...  I forgot to lock the door to the garage and left the back door unlocked, I live in a nice neighborhood so I thought nothing of it till I heard my truck alarm going off, then while running down stairs with the gun seeing the guy in our house grabbing stuff...  He is in a mental institution now, so we are good

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yes "TOO MANY" according to my gf.....shes always saying she wishes i would treat her like i do my guns..........she wasent thrilled about being locked in a safe!

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Guns and golf are my two big pitfalls when it comes to spending discretionary income. Both have gotten me in dutch with the Mrs. a time or two. That said, I enjoy both, but have found golf to be a bit more convenient and easier to participate in with my friends, and with the price of ammo these days golf actually works out to be about the same price if not cheaper, certainly cheaper when you figure the amount of time you get for your $. Going to the local gun show tomorrow though, you never know what you might find.

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