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About Maestrorr

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    Loudon, TN
  • Occupation
    Musician, Minister


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  • Carry Weapon #1
    XDS .45
  • Carry Weapon #2
    Glock 19 Gen 4

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  1. Those are all good answers, thanks. I was asking between the two guns I own, but who of us is not also thinking about what our 'next' gun will be.  I hadn't considered 10mm but now I may look into that. 
  2. I do a lot of hiking and back country camping and now my boys are starting to be old enough to go with me and I'm I'm thinking of carrying for SD where legal.  I never know what or who I might run into in the woods.  Right now, my choices to carry would be a 9mm Glock or a .45 xds.  For animal attack, would I go with the .45 and fewer rounds, or the 9mm with plenty of rounds to hit a charging or attacking animal.  I've come across both bears and boar but never been attacked and frankly think it would be unlikely, but then these are my kids, and if it happens, I want to be r
  3. Hi Folks, When I was a kid, I had an air rifle and my grandpa's bolt action 22.  I don't even remember what it was other than it was very old and had a threaded barrel. From about age 10 to 18 I lived with those two guns. I could shoot bees off clover blossoms with that old Crossman. I went off for school, became an adult and didn't much think about guns. Since getting married and having a couple of kids I had started thinking about getting a pistol for home defense and thanks to a nice tax refund, I pulled the trigger and got a Glock 19 Gen 4 about 2 months ago. I had never fired a hand


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