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  1. I lived in NYC for 10 years and NYS for 30 years... I quit my job, sold my home and moved after SAFE became law.... ....one time upon returning from a hunt, a thief was walking off with my double shotgun he picked up from the secure bag claim area at Kennedy Airport.... Pistols in NY have always been very evil tools reserved for cops, judges and their friends... ..you cannot touch a pistol in a retail store by law unless you have a valid handgun permit... ...in Westchester NY you must have a trigger lock on all guns each time you leave your home...
  2. I was working there for a few months around 2010 and went to buy some brass, bullets and gun powder.... NO DEAL ! ...you need a permit to buy that dangerous stuff in Mass....
  3. ....when will this bill be considered by our legislators and will the gov. sign it?
  4. I quit my job, sold my house and moved out of NY when they did this...     ...this is the BS we will have to endure after Scalia - RIP!
  5. ...hopefully this bill will move forward in TN and become law soon....   West Virginia just past permit-less gun carry and it is the 8th state to do so...      https://www.nraila.org/articles/20160304/tennessee-permitless-carry-legislation-pending-committee-hearings        
  6. .....have all the primers I need for years except for a case of 1,000 of small rifle primers.   I don't want to pay a haz fee for this small order....   Gander Mountain no longer sells reloading supplies here....       Are there any retailers in the Knoxville area that sell primers?   My local guy went out of business - uhg! . 
  7. I checked the reciprocity agreements between states and my TN carry permit is recognized in this state.   ....I was not able to find much on the specific Georgia carry laws, however.   I assume Georgia is a concealed carry state so I need to conceal right?    Are there any precautions that I need to know?  I'l be traveling from TN to Georgia (Savana) by car.   Thx... 
  8. I lived there for 30 years.   ...if it is ever challenged, it will be upheld in the lower courts and will never see the Supremes...
  9. It is my most valued asset!   my turnaround was 6 business dayz.....   free at last! 
  10. blackpowder 38 loads shown being shot here:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kZwaJcdQ2Ps
  11. i did not think it would be fun carrying a 357 mag K frame but it has been ok in an outside the waist holster with a shirt over it....   ...likewise, i got used to carrying a j-frame 38 in a holster in my pocket....  in a pinch, a pocket gun is ok....    no question, i shoot revolvers better than auto gunz especially in smaller packages.  as a reloader for decades, it is puzzling to me exactly why the ballistics favor the 9mm.....  it is a puny case compared to the 38 capacity.       
  12. Nether of these are the best choice for me but sometimes a small pocket gun is necessary, so I have pocket guns in each of these chamberings.   The projectiles are similar sized in diameter but the 38 bullet typically carries more grains but the 9mm ammo typically carries more energy at the muzzle.   ...anyway, which do you like better and why?  Do you only carry autos for SD and does this govern your choice?  
  13. i went to the post office today and left the gun in the car which was not parked in the lot.   i felt very unsafe.   we should lobby to change this madness...
  14. I don't visit gun-free zones and I certainly would not give them any money.

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