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DaveTN

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About DaveTN

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  • Birthday 05/01/1955

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    Murfreesboro, TN

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  1. Waffle House Shooting-Nashville

    That won’t work anymore; forensic accountants will find everything he has and report it to law enforcement and the victim’s attorneys. According to the news stories the father admitted giving the guns back to him. That makes him an accessory to the death and injuries that took place. The rest of the family will have their lives changed also. All because nothing was done when the obvious problems presented. The punitive damages will be huge.
  2. Waffle House Shooting-Nashville

    I would like to find out “The Rest of the Story” behind this. Threatening someone with a deadly weapon is Aggravated Assault in Illinois, a felony. Not many Police Officers in any state would let someone like that go. I wonder if he was arrested and not charged, if this is the case where he got court supervision and then a dismissal, or if his family had the contacts to keep him out of the system. I never saw a Judge in Illinois release a firearm to anyone that was charged with a crime. Any plea bargain always required that the weapons be destroyed. But this is a case that shows even when laws are in place they won’t stop a criminal.
  3. Waffle House Shooting-Nashville

    They can’t let the dog loose because they (the handler) has to ID the suspect. If an innocent was in the area the dog could tear them up before the Officer got to the dog. Also the Officer doesn’t want to blindly send the dog after someone he knows is armed with a gun.
  4. Waffle House Shooting-Nashville

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-nation/wp/2018/04/22/at-least-3-dead-several-wounded-in-waffle-house-shooting-near-nashville-police-say/?noredirect=on&utm_term=.4d83e97eb8e9
  5. Waffle House Shooting-Nashville

    Mr Mayor, this man was unlawfully in possession of the AR. So obviously both he and his father were willing to break the law. The same as all other criminals that kill people. So your answer is to disarm law abiding citizens that are the very last chance our citizens have to live? I’m seeing the latest drug crisis is taking up a lot of time on the news. Possession of all of these drugs without a prescription is illegal; in most cases a felony. Other than having a brand new group of criminals to put in prison; how would outlawing guns be any different? Nashville needs a new Mayor.
  6. I’d take that 19 today if you were closer.
  7. I hate it when people that supposedly work for the citizens hide behind generic email addresses; it gives them an out. You need to see if you can find an email address for Earlene M. Teaster, City Manager or Eric Brackins, Assistant City Manager. Or send them a letter. Their individual email addresses are not on the city administration web site. That tells me you probably won't get a response.
  8. wanted Smith & Wesson Model 39

    I promise I won’t shoot myself.
  9. Can't Attach Pictures or Files

    Check this out....
  10. wanted Smith & Wesson Model 39

    I know. I’ve found several that I have passed on. Either the price is too high or they can’t give me pictures to justify the price they are asking. As you well know; I’ll find what I’m looking for.
  11. The niche I wish manufacturers would find

    I don’t want much… a thin (Don’t really care how long the barrel is) semi-auto Tupperware gun that has at least 10 rounds of .357 Mag.
  12. The niche I wish manufacturers would find

    High Gloss hot blue is still available, but costs $200-$300 for a handgun. I had a local guy that did it for much less because I did all the prep and polish, but I don’t guess he is doing it anymore because I gave a few people his contact info and I never heard anything back. I thought about doing it after I retire, but it requires an FFL and doing several guns at once. I can’t get an FFL where I live.
  13. Yeah, if you have a mill or access to one an 80% lower is pretty easy. If you have to use a jig or a drill press you won’t save any money and will probably have suspect quality. Lowers are cheap.
  14. The niche I wish manufacturers would find

    Because the price of the beautiful Belgium blued ones is crazy and for some reason people are pricing the ones made in recent years the same way. I had a Belgium Browning Hi-Power that has a fantastic high gloss blue. I sold it around 1980; what a mistake.
  15. wanted Smith & Wesson Model 39

    Haven't found one yet. (That could email me good pictures and description anyway)

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