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Camaro_nut2001

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About Camaro_nut2001

  • Rank
    Member
  • Birthday 08/20/1968

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Mascot Tn
  • Interests
    Hand Guns, Classic Cars and hanging out with my buddies.
  • Occupation
    Disabled

Miscellaneous

  • Handgun Carry Permit
    Yes
  • Law Enforcement
    No
  • Military
    No
  • NRA
    Yes
  • Carry Weapon #1
    Ruger SR9C
  • Carry Weapon #2
    Glock 42

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  1. This is probably gonna sound strange but could you post a picture of what it's gonna look like completed? I can't picture in my mind what in the heck it is, lol, as I only go to one range and that's Bud's in Sevierville, an indoor range.
  2. for-sale

    PM sent.
  3. Yes I am completely happy as I really love my Ruger SR9C but have and will continue to rely on my Bersa's, Glock's, S & W's etc etc. I love and rely on all my firearms for one reason or another.
  4. WOW!!!! Unbelievable collection!!!
  5. Looks Great!!!!
  6. This is the way I am. I live alone as well and everybody that knows me, including my female friend, calls or texts me before they come to my house. I have 3 nephews ages 6, 8 and 10 and one of them comes with Pap's, my Father, every Tuesday morning. He calls me EVERY Tuesday morning when he's about 5 minutes away to let me know which boy he has with him. The oldest hunts with Pap's, has taken the hunter safety course, has his own gun and knows every gun is loaded and not to touch it unless he is given permission. The other two haven't started hunting yet but the 8yr old has his own BB gun that stays in the safe at my parents house. He get's to shoot it, supervised by Pap's, when he comes over to visit sometimes. I'm in a wheelchair now, have MS, and have a gun, that is "hot", on me at all times in an ankle holster. Also I may have one or two laying on the table that have just been cleaned or I am going to clean. If he has the youngest one with him I do put any gun's that are laying out back in the safe and also unholster my carry gun and put it in the drawer that's in a table beside my recliner until they leave. He likes to sit in my lap and drive my chair so I don't take any chances of his foot accidentally kicking the gun while he's in my lap. I was raised around gun's and started hunting with my Father when I was around 10yrs. old.
  7. WOW!!! I love the tools!! I'm a disabled mechanic of 28yrs and even though I'm unable to turn a wrench I can't turn loose of any of my tools nor my cars.
  8. Very nice indeed!!!
  9. I wish you were closer to Knoxville. If you ever have to come east, and still have it, holler at me please.
  10. WOW, I really like those!! Great job!!!
  11. Looks Great!!!
  12. Looks Great!!
  13. Right now I carry my G42 in an ankle holster from "The Holster Store" I think it's called. I'm in a wheelchair and have found this is the easiest place to carry for me. I will be switching to a small revolver in a few days and may try a different location. It's not to bad taking the holster off and putting it back on, when I go to my doctors, as it attaches with Velcro. It is highly visible in the summer months as I wear shorts. I'm not to worried about concealed carry as I don't really go anywhere much other than my friends houses or the gun stores. The only time I go to town really is to my doctors.

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