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Trekbike

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Trekbike last won the day on October 28 2016

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About Trekbike

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    Nashville
  • Interests
    Bicycling, shooting, lake
  • Occupation
    Mechanical Engineer

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  • Carry Weapon #1
    S&W 642 snub
  • Carry Weapon #2
    M&P 40

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  1. Did anyone catch the street name for Roman Arms address? It's Snowflake Dr.
  2. Based on numerous news stories of violence in the past, McDonalds is one of the most likely places you'll need a firearm to protect yourself...
  3. No gun polls offered to me, but I get a ton of political poll voicemails.
  4. The one near me removed ALL gun related magazines.
  5. Just in case folks didn't know and wanted to stay out of the Gulch, they also have a location inside The Factory in Franklin.
  6. Yep, that's what I remember the most about handling my friend's dad's Python back in the early 80's. Thing of beauty.
  7. You might check out the Blink camera's that are owned by Amazon. Several family members have them and the video quality is good, battery life is very good, the app is pretty stable, and no monthly charges.
  8. Adding a little humor to the big guy appendix carry discussion. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ag71l93rvao
  9. Thanks for the heads up! Going to try and make a visit.
  10. I think KNOW there would be much less "general population" support for Universal Background Checks if the correct name for the proposal would be used. As most gun owners know, the proper name is "Federal Firearm Registration". I despise the conniving political and media lowlifes.
  11. Do they do this all the time, or only if weight is detected in the back seat?
  12. Just trying to be helpful with my comments so please take them that way. When I've lost something I sit down in a quiet place and retrace my steps from the last known place I had the item and the chain of events that occurred afterwords. Being that was a month ago, this is probably more difficult. Normally you would say it has to be somewhere inside the house since the car is there, but is there any chance you had the key in your pocket and lost it somewhere else when you were in a different car? Any chance it's in the pocket of some pants you hardly ever wear? Anyway, good luck.
  13. I know this is not a new subject, but seeing the amount of public outrage over the recent mass shootings again has me wondering why the general population doesn't get outraged to the same degree by the number of drunk driving deaths each year? I did a quick look at some numbers in order to compare the two. 2006 to 2017 = 1,358 mass shooting deaths 2006 to 2017 = 131,586 drunk driving deaths That's 95 times as many deaths during the same period caused by alcohol, yet where's the outrage? I know the politicians have an agenda in order to push for gun control in connection with the mass shootings, but I guess people don't REALLY care about people getting killed, it's just an agenda for them as well. I guess getting drunk and driving is socially acceptable, and if some people get killed, oh well...
  14. Currently that's the case, but the left is more bent than ever on removing AR/AK's from the general population. Maybe they're more worried for a left vs right event rather than trying to stop mass shootings.
  15. I recently came across this video on the subject you mentioned. It's long but interesting on a civil war between the left and right https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJh7Ye1Qvc8.

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