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FortKnox

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About FortKnox

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  • Birthday 04/07/1981

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Clarksville, TN
  • Interests
    shooting, cars, video games, etc
  • Occupation
    Jostens

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  • Handgun Carry Permit
    Yes
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    No
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    No
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    No
  • Carry Weapon #1
    Ruger LCR .357
  • Carry Weapon #2
    SCCY CPX 2

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  1. This even made The Truth About Guns. http://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2017/09/daniel-zimmerman/vedder-holsters-daily-digest-92/
  2. http://clarksvillenow.com/local/man-accidentally-shot-in-restaurant-when-firearm-discharges/
  3. http://clarksvillenow.com/local/police-51-guns-stolen-from-vehicles-so-far-this-year/ CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (CLARKSVILLENOW) – Clarksville police said there have been approximately 373 vehicle burglaries since the beginning of the year. The vehicle burglaries considered were those which had some type of unlawful entry and did not take thefts occurring while in the company of acquaintances. Out of the 373 vehicle burglaries, 51 of them had firearms stolen from inside of the vehicle. Out of the 51 vehicle burglaries in which firearms were taken, 42 vehicles were unlocked, 5 were claimed to be locked, but had no signs of forced entry, one had a door damaged to make entry, one had a window broken, and two were locked but left windows down. Nearly all of the vehicles involved were parked in the owner’s driveway or in front of the residence. Most of the firearms taken were handguns. The monetary loss in the 51 burglaries involving theft of firearms was approximately $33,000. “Vehicle burglaries are generally a crime of opportunity and unlocked vehicles are prime targets,” Clarksville Police Department spokesman Jim Knoll said. “So, please take the extra couple of seconds to lock your doors, remove valuables from your vehicle, and make sure firearms are properly secured.”
  4. John Wick Chapter 2

    I rented the blu ray edition the other week and one of the extras was a kill count. 116.
  5. Shields on sale

    Now there's another rebate: Buy a new M&P Full-Size, Compact, or Shield pistol (available for easy order and shipment to your favorite FFL on Brownells here) between today and September 30th and you’ll be eligible for Smith & Wesson’s Summer Savings Rebate worth $180. Details from S&W’s press release follow . . .
  6. Memphis In May

    Today we did the Sun Studio tour and Mud Island River Park.
  7. Memphis In May

    Yeah, right now we're waiting out a storm at a BBQ tent that was nice enough to feed us and give us booze. Anyways, they looked in my sisters little handbag and had the brother inlaw and me lift up our shirts to check our waistband. Jokes on them, the gun was in my pocket.
  8. Memphis In May

    Thanks for the help guys. Now we're doing the BBQ on Friday and going to do something else in the city on Saturday. So, what is there to do/go in Memphis BESIDES Graceland?
  9. Next weekend my sister, her husband, and I will be going to Memphis In May for the BBQ contest. I read that guns are banned from Tom Lee Park so my question is do they search you or have metal detectors at the entrance? Thanks.
  10. New Micro gun?

    .Listen, I know you said you're not looking for revolvers but, you can't go wrong with the Ruger LCR. I have the. 357 one and it easily rides in my pants pockets
  11. A Season For Smiths

    Ah, the model 38 or as I call it, Rico Tubbs revolver in Miami Vice.
  12. Here's an article from Truth About Guns about it. https://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2017/01/robert-farago/eight-states-eliminate-partially-reject-tn-handgun-permits-reciprocity/
  13. New Colt D/A Revolvers 2017

    Go to Truth About Guns, they test fired one of the guns at the SHOT show and it broke. http://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/2017/01/foghorn/first-impressions-new-colt-cobra/
  14. The most you would spend on any gun?

    Yes I meant spend. Never drink and post people.
  15. What is the most you would spent on any gun? For me it would be 500 to 600 out the door. Anything more and it's going to be spent on some rare, hard to find gun. How about you?

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