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The Legion

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About The Legion

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    TGO Senior Member
  • Birthday 04/08/1953

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    Bartlett, TN
  • Interests
    Playing Piano, Golf, Shooting
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  • Handgun Carry Permit
  • Law Enforcement
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  • Carry Weapon #1
    S&W M&P 2.0 Compact 40
  • Carry Weapon #2
    S&W M&P 2.0 9mm

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  1. I am selling a JP Enterprises GMR-15 9mm Upper Assembly. I am asking $800.00 FTF sales or $825.00 shipped. I had a new upper built with the side charger so selling this one. I have a total of 1921 rounds through this upper. I prefer payment in Cash, Cashier Check, or USPS Money Order. "No Paypal" No trades please. Thanks for looking. Barrel is 14.5" Handguard is 12.5"
  2. http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2018/07/20/liberal-9th-circuit-surprises-with-pro-2nd-amendment-decision-blocking-california-ammo-ban.html Published July 20, 2018 FoxNews.com Second Amendment activists were given a surprise boost this week when the liberal Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals backed a lower court’s decision to suspend California’s ban on the possession of large magazines. Activists, supported by the National Rifle Association, have argued that the state's ban on ownership of magazines holding 10 bullets or more is unconstitutional. They won a preliminary injunction by a San Diego district court last year, and a three-judge panel on the Ninth Circuit backed that injunction Tuesday. The court found that the district court did not abuse its discretion in granting the injunction or by concluding that magazines fall within the scope of the Second Amendment. "The district court did not abuse its discretion by applying the incorrect level of scrutiny," the judges also found. "The district court concluded that a ban on ammunition magazines is not a presumptively lawful regulation and that the prohibition did not have a 'historical pedigree.'" “This is a significant win for law-abiding gun owners in California,” Chris Cox, executive director of the National Rifle Association’s Institute for Legislative Action, said in a statement. “This unconstitutional law criminalizes mere possession of many standard capacity magazines and would instantly turn many law-abiding gun owners into criminals.” Dissenting from the ruling, Judge John Clifford Wallace said that evidence provided by the state, including studies and surveys showing the use of large-capacity magazines increase the lethality of gun violence, “was more than sufficient to satisfy intermediate scrutiny.” National Review’s David French, who opposes the ban, noted that the Ninth Circuit ruling was limited but also linked constitutional protection of firearms to potential militia use -- a development he described as “encouraging.” The NRA noted that a ruling in the lower courts is expected soon, and that the case therefore will likely be before the 9th Circuit again. But President Trump has nominated Judge Brett Kavanaugh, who has a strong record of defending gun rights, to the Supreme Court. The NRA reflected that in its statement, expressing hope that if the the case is appealed, “the Supreme Court will likely have a new justice who respects the right to keep and bear arms as protected by the Second Amendment.” The California Department of Justice told The San Diego Union-Tribune that it will “continue to vigorously defend the challenged law.” Based in San Francisco, the Ninth Circuit has a reputation for being one of the nation's most liberal courts. Critics have branded the court the “Nutty 9th” or the “9th Circus,” in part because many of its rulings have been overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court. This includes an infamous 2002 ruling that the Pledge of Allegiance is unconstitutional because of its use of the phrase “under God.” Republicans have been working to fill vacancies with conservatives, but suffered a setback this week when the White House withdrew the nomination of Ryan Bounds for the Ninth Circuit after realizing it did not have the necessary support in the Senate. He faced criticism over past college writings.
  3. I am selling a LNIB C-More Slide Ride w Railway & Tactical Spacer Plate Black Click Model 8 MOA. I am asking $220.00 FTF sales or $225.00 shipped. The sight is only a few months old and is in the same condition as purchased. I prefer payment in Cash, Cashiers Check, or USPS Money Order. "NO Paypal" No Trades. Thanks for looking. Sold - Thanks TGO
  4. I am selling my CZ 75 SP01 Custom Accu Shadow 9mm. I am asking $1300.00 FTF sales or $1375.00 shipped to your FFL. The gun has only 496 rounds through it and is in the same condition as purchased. The gun was setup by the CZ Custom Shop and has the Short Reset Trigger. DA is 6.5lb and the SA is 3.5. I prefer payment in Cash, Cashiers Check, or USPS Money Order. "NO Paypal please. No Trades Please. Thanks for looking. Here is a link for more information on the gun: https://czcustom.com/new-firearms/cz-pistols-custom/cz-75-sp01-accu-shadow-9mm-black.html The Gun Comes With: 3 - Factory 18 Round Magazines CZ Factory Hard Gun Case All Paperwork "If purchased FTF the gun must be purchased by a resident of the State of Tennessee, Must have a TN HCP, and Fillout and Sign Bill of Sale.
  5. The Legion

    for-sale Holsters - Memphis


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