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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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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Memphis, TN
  • Interests
    Playing Piano, Golf, Shooting
  • Occupation
    Retired

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  • Handgun Carry Permit
    Yes
  • Law Enforcement
    No
  • Military
    Yes
  • NRA
    Yes
  • Carry Weapon #1
    S&W M&P 2.0 9mm
  • Carry Weapon #2
    P226 Legion SAO

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  1. You can purchase just the MPA BA Chassis System from Masterpiece Arms. They have many different models to choose from. Here is a link. http://masterpiecearms.com/cat/mpa-bolt-action/mpa-ba-chassis-systems/
  2. Kentucky Gun Company has them instock at this time. https://www.kygunco.com/Product/View?ItemNo=120579
  3. Yes I can check the level without coming off the gun. Once I have spotted my target through the scope all I have to do is look down and then reengage the target through the scope. I never leave my check weld.
  4. Looks like they are out of stock now!!! They are going fast.
  5. They are available at GilbertsGuns right now https://www.gilbertsguns.com/sig-320-x5-9mm-pistol-with-4-21-round-magazines-320x5-9-bas.html
  6. http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/05/15/second-amendment-case-peruta-vs-california-may-be-heading-to-supreme-court.html Published May 15, 2017 FoxNews.com The Second Amendment is only 27 words, but Americans have used millions of words arguing over what it means. It guarantees “the right of the people to keep and bear arms.” But which people, what arms, and under what circumstances? Two milestone cases involving the Second Amendment that reached the Supreme Court are District of Columbia v. Heller (2008), declaring an individual has a right to own a firearm, and McDonald v. City of Chicago (2010), affirming the Second Amendment applies to state law. WHY JUSTICE GORSUCH WILL HAVE AN IMMEDIATE (AND BIG) IMPACT ON THE SUPREME COURT Now, if the Supreme Court decides to hear it, there may be a third major case in a decade: Peruta v. California. At issue is the right to keep and bear arms outside the home. The Heller case specifically applies to situations within the home. Those who have petitioned the Supreme Court to hear the case are hoping the justices will see it as a logical extension of their earlier opinions. The case arose when Edward Peruta and other gun owners who lived in or near San Diego, Calif., couldn’t get concealed-carry permits in their county. The Sheriff’s Department handles permit requests and requires “good cause” to carry a gun outside of the home. This does not mean a generalized concern for safety, but something specific, such as fear of domestic violence or a regular need to move large amounts of money. If the Supreme Court decides to hear it, there may be a third major case in a decade involving the Second Amendment. (Reuters) There were two separate lawsuits challenging the interpretation of “good cause,” but the district courts found no violation of the Second Amendment. CALIFORNIA CONCEALED WEAPON LAW TOSSED BY FED APPEALS COURT Then, in 2014, a three-judge panel on the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled 2-1 that the policy did indeed violate the right to bear arms for self-defense. The state, however, got a new hearing in front of 11 9th Circuit judges, who decided 7-4, the restrictions for concealed-carry permits were allowable. The case has now been appealed to the Supreme Court and though the Justices have rescheduled its consideration several times, some experts feel the court is finally ready to hear Peruta. “I suspect they’re going to grant it,” said John Eastman, former law dean at Chapman University and the director of the Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence. Eastman told Fox News, “it’s percolating all across the country.” He also feels the justices may have put it off while waiting for a full complement on the court, which they got when Neil Gorsuch was confirmed last month. Gorsuch, in fact, may be the justice to tip the opinion in one direction or the other, as previous Second Amendment cases were determined in a 5-4 ruling. According to Eugene Volokh, professor of law at University of California at Los Angeles, this case is primed for the Supreme Court, as it deals with a basic constitutional right and “the lower courts are split on the issue.” It would be a good time for the highest court to step in and settle the controversy. He also feels that while no one is sure how Gorsuch will vote, there is a “sense that he’s sympathetic to a broader view” of the Second Amendment. The case may turn on how the court frames the issue. To Erwin Chemerinsky, dean of the University of California Irvine School of Law, the legal question to be settled is whether a state like California may determine its own rules on concealed-carry permits. “The Second Amendment isn’t an absolute right,” Chemerinsky notes. Throughout British and American history, “there’s never been a right to have concealed weapons.” But Eugene Volokh believes there’s a bigger issue at stake. If the state of California, which essentially bans open carry of a gun, makes it next to impossible for a typical citizen to get a concealed-carry permit, this is “tantamount to banning” the right to bear arms “except for a few favored people.” Experts agree on one point. As Chemerinsky puts it, if Peruta is taken up, “no matter what the Supreme Court says, it will be a landmark decision.”
  7. View Advert LNIB Sig Sauer P320 .40 cal. w/Night Sights - Memphis I am selling LNIB Sig Sauer P320 .40 cal. w/Night Sights. I am asking $500.00 Firm for the gun. I have only shot 295 rounds through the gun and it is in excellent condition. I do not reload for 40's anymore and would like to sell the gun. No Trades Please. Thanks for looking. Gun has Sold Thanks TGO The Gun Comes With: Night Sights 4 Sig Sauer Magazines Sig Sauer Holster Sig Sauer Hard Case All Paperwork "The gun must be purchased by a resident of the State of Tennessee, Must have a TN HCP, Fillout and sign Bill of Sale". Advertiser The Legion Date 05/13/2017 Price $500.00 Category Firearms Classifieds Caliber Manufacturer Sig Sauer Type of Item 1
  8. Time Left: 1 month and 1 day

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    I am selling LNIB Sig Sauer P320 .40 cal. w/Night Sights. I am asking $495.00 Firm for the gun. I have only shot 295 rounds through the gun and it is in excellent condition. I do not reload for 40's anymore and would like to sell the gun. No Trades Please. Thanks for looking. The Gun Comes With: Night Sights 4 Sig Sauer Magazines Sig Sauer Holster Sig Sauer Hard Case All Paperwork "The gun must be purchased by a resident of the State of Tennessee, Must have a TN HCP, Fillout and sign Bill of Sale".

    $495.00

  9. This handgun is not easy to get your hands on at this time, but was able to pick one up. I just received it from my FFL this afternoon and after I take it to the range I will do a review of the gun.
  10. sold

    Withdrawing Sale
  11. Ad Closed

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    $500.00

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