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  1. https://www.gunpartscorp.com/products/1276410 Numrich usually has oddball parts like that. Says out of stock for the recoil guide but they had the recoil spring in stock.
  2. Wonder if/when they’ll switch over to Gen 5 for the large frame 45/10mm guns. I’d like to see a G21 Gen 5 FS MOS personally.
  3. I think I’ve seen it called virtual training in recent years. Might have more luck searching those terms instead.
  4. I’m assuming Clerks 2 is a movie or TV show I haven’t seen or heard of. Mama always said, be as nice and kind as you possibly can to the people that touch your food.
  5. While this may be very uncommon in that particular area, yes people do act that sort of way under normal circumstances. The problem with saying something to a complete stranger that is already physically agitated, is that it’s taken as escalation and when you carry, that’s something to avoid at all costs. That being said, common courtesy, common sense, and just being kind to one another has gotten less and less common over the years. However, right now in the current situation, the erosion of society is happening at a much faster rate. I fully agree with your sentiment of “Stay vigilant”
  6. I’m not completely sure but I don’t think there is. If so I’ve never heard of it and don’t think it would be enforced in the current situation, even if it was. Closest thing I’m aware of is it’s a felony to commit another felony while wearing body armor. Yes that’s as dumb as it sounds.
  7. All I can find for TX is they passed 1 million permits in 2016 and they changed it from CHL (concealed handgun license) to LTC (license to carry) after passing open carry legal. Saw one article that mentioned TN has far more gun permits per capita than TX and 2nd or 3rd in the nation. Behind FL Edit: found it. 1.4 million license holders in TX as of Dec 31, 2019 https://www.dps.texas.gov/rsd/LTC/reports/ActLicAndInstr/ActiveLicandInstr2019.pdf
  8. https://www.tn.gov/safety/stats/handgun.html Clicking link at bottom for current valid handgun carry permit holders says 674k as of May 2020
  9. Not made anymore but the Browning BDA is a 380 and on the larger and heavier side. Beautiful gun, my uncle (retired army) carries one.
  10. Wow, never knew about the scammers, I do remember those complaining about deals gone wrong over there though.
  11. Huh, didn’t know watching tv was still a thing
  12. I’m betting there is a disproportionate amount of liberal/progressive/political in NY but generally speaking, you’re correct. They appreciate quality engineering no matter what form it takes.

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