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TerminalLcpl88

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About TerminalLcpl88

  • Birthday 11/04/1988

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    Clarksville, TN

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  • Handgun Carry Permit
    Yes
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    No
  • Military
    Yes
  • NRA
    Yes
  • Carry Weapon #1
    Sphinx SDP
  • Carry Weapon #2
    Glock 19 (gen4 and 5)

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  1. Sunday Bump with a price adjust
  2. True, I got sidetracked and didn't post a full in depth post (wife was calling me to dinner and a fat boy's gotta eat). I meant that under a trust, If set up correctly, you can elect to have your trust stay in existence after your death. This would allow for the trustee/beneficiaries of your trust to continue the use/possession of the NFA item after your death with out the transfer requirements. This option works for those with no will or heirs, in which case the item normally would then have to be forfeited to the ATF for disposal.
  3. There are two main advantages to having a trust. The first being, you can allow multiple people (i.e. family members, friends, etc.) to use your NFA item with out you being present, as long as they are listed as a responsible person on the trust and are of legal age. The second advantage is that if you are to pass away, your NFA item will not have to be sent to the ATF. Who ever is on your trust can still be in possession of the item.
  4. Just a couple of weeks ago I had a guy in the shooting lane next to me at the range blow his CZ ( polymer frame) apart in his hands from a bad casing... All the pressure went out the side of the casing instead of down the barrel. I personally wouldn't risk trying to fire it! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. "Why yes ladies, That actually is my gun in my pocket" haha
  6. I was amazed buy the ease of the slide and the trigger pull is amazing ... i plan on adding night sights as well
  7. i have always owned glocks and M&P's but i have a liked every sig i have ever shot but never owned one because i have never been a big hammer fired pistol guy with the exception of 1911's. so when i saw that sig made a striker fired pistol it was like my prayers were answered buy the sig gods lol.
  8. I shot a buddies and fell in love with everything about it and just had to have one.

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