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dbla

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About dbla

  • Rank
    TGO Member
  • Birthday 12/18/1986

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  • Website URL
    http://www.theaaronshapiro.com

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Nashville, TN
  • Interests
    Guns, Knives, and Art.
  • Occupation
    Photographer/Fashion Imager

Miscellaneous

  • Handgun Carry Permit
    Yes
  • Law Enforcement
    No
  • Military
    No
  • NRA
    Yes
  • Carry Weapon #1
    Glock 26
  • Carry Weapon #2
    Kahr CM9

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  1. for-sale

    Sold. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. for-sale

    This is sold pending a meet-up tomorrow.
  3. for-sale

    Sent you a PM Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Hey Guys, I have my new Walther PPS M2, in 9mm for sale. I bought this gun new, put roughly 200 rounds through it (it preformed flawlessly) but now it needs to move onto a new owner. Great condition, comes with the full kit and two mags. Looking for $420 ftf in Nashville or Franklin. Please PM with additional questions. You'll need a TN state ID, and to fill out a bill of sale.
  5. Haha that's fair. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. No and I think that's next. Gonna build one. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. ...they pulled me back in... So a couple years ago I was super into Firearms, and began building a nice little collection. THEN my interests drifted to custom knives, and most of the guns went to make room for those... Now, circumstances have brought me back to where I started and I just picked this up a couple days ago... Now the question is... what to grab next...
  8. I posted over in the accessories forum asking a question regarding this firearm, but I figured I'd post here too... Anyway, earlier this last week my wife and I went to see a movie (Black Mass, really good, I recommend), and when we walked into the theatre we both noticed that they were searching people's bags. My wife (who is the least situationally aware person ever) mentioned it, and said it was probably due to now-trend-of movie theatre shootings. Well, when we walked into the theatre my wife pointed out a dude sitting down in the front, alone, hat pulled low, just... kinda flagged her alarm, as it did mine... We stayed for the movie, and obviously nothing happened.   However, with this being a trend now, not just in theaters but anywhere really it got me thinking. I don't want to NOT go do the things we enjoy out of a feeling of fear, if we do that the terrorists (domestic or foreign) are doing what they intend to. So I've decided it's time for me to EDC a firearm, at least as much as I can. I've been buying guns for a while now, and even carried some, but call me naive or ignorant, I've never felt the need to actually have something to protect me and mine till recently... So I took a quick trip to the Nashville Armory... Looking forward to breaking her in.  
  9. I think that's kinda the point. The TLR-6 doesn't add much bulk, or even change the overall footprint of the 43 that much. But you get both a light and a laser in exchange for a few ounces of weight. Let's consider practice and training a given, and work from there. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Let me preface this by saying, call me naive or unprepared, but I've been buying firearms for a while now, even carried them some, but I've never felt the need to have a weapon on me until very recently... Early last week my wife and I went to a movie. They've begun searching bags at the theatre and with the rash of shootings in theaters we were already a little nervous... Down front, was a dude, alone, hat pulled low, just read sketchy... Both my wife and I noticed him, if SHE noticed him, he must have been extra sketchy... She's the least situationally aware person ever.   We stayed for the movie, and obviously, everything was fine. But it got me thinking, I don't want to be afraid to go somewhere because of what terrorists (domestic or foreign) have done. They win if I do that. So, I've begun carrying my Glock 43....   Here's where I want some help, I either want to add the Streamlight TLR-6 laser/light to it, OR I want to get XS Big Dots... Anyone have any pointers or opinions? I'm specifically thinking about darker environments, I'm pretty confident with my shooting ability in bright daylight, but you can't dictate the situation.   Thanks in advance everyone!   -A
  11. BNIB, never fired. Bought it, loaded a mag, and put it in my closet. Asking $350, cash FTF in Nashville. Will post pictures tonight after work, feel free to text (615) 339-4190 Thanks!
  12. Did you find your Shield? I have one as well...
  13. There's more than is pictured here, I was packing it all up and tried to capture as much as I could.

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