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Chucktshoes

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About Chucktshoes

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  • Gender
    Male
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    When you're bad they put you in the corner.
  • Interests
    Shooting, Theology, Anarchism, Economics
  • Occupation
    Truck Driver

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  • Handgun Carry Permit
    Yes
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    No
  • Military
    Yes
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    Yes
  • Carry Weapon #1
    M&P9c
  • Carry Weapon #2
    LCP

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  1. My 6yo daughter just got a Daisy Red Ryder for her birthday. I got to say that there's no better bang for my particular buck.
  2. 2017 record gun sales

    It's more of a comment on the general state of affairs than this particular article.
  3. 2017 record gun sales

    Well, one is not a legitimate news source and the other appears to be an investing blog.
  4. Hurricane Jose

    It's being held up by la migra.
  5. Why Gun Stocks Plunged in August

    I don't think this is a surprise to anyone. At least it shouldn't be.
  6. On soldiers and civil religion

    That's a lot to chew on, and worthy of the time it takes to reflect on it.
  7. Canik problem...

    "This independent testing reveals that these industry standards may no longer be adequate for modern handgun design. These tests were largely developed to prove steel-framed, hammer-fired handguns. Today the polymer-framed, striker-fired pistol is standard for the majority of shooters public and private." The last paragraph of the article really sums it it for me. Accidents happen, guns get dropped. The standard tests weren't designed for the type of guns that most folks carry. They operate, and fail, differently. A gap in safety has been found and an opportunity to improve the designs has arisen. While much hullabaloo is being made over it, ulitimately I view this as a good thing.
  8. Smith and Wesson announce Glock 19 sized M&P 2.0 Compact

    I don't have anything in this size range. It just jumped up to the top of the list for me.
  9. Smith and Wesson announce Glock 19 sized M&P 2.0 Compact

    About bloody time!
  10. Might I suggest everyone take a deep breath and remember to leave the swamp in the swamp?
  11. Too many threads about Irma.

  12. Norfolk had a fake police department

    Simple, they don't.
  13. advice needed Llama IXA .45 (1911 Knock off) - Extractor spring

    The idea that the Llama is the progenitor of the Kimber is hilariously fitting.
  14. .22 Markmanship in the Memphis Area

    I would imagine that an Appleseed event might not be a bad idea on several fronts. First of all, simply for the training. Second it seems like a good place to network with the instructors who are likely local and can help him find the local competitions/events/teams that would fit the bill for what he needs.

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