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About TnRebel

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  • Birthday 06/21/1944

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    Kingsport, Tennessee,
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    Westerns Chosin The Movie, Gods and Generals, Clint Eastwood Country music When the lights go off an
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  • Carry Weapon #1
    Taurus PT111 Mil. Pro.
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    Kel-Tec P3AT
  1. I use 30 grn. of BLACK POWDER FFFgrn.  and cream of wheat as a filler ( makes for better smoke ) and if you get a clean ring of lead after seating the ball I don't use crisco for the brass frame I don't recommend more the 20 grns of black powder . 
  2. Tennessee: 2013 Version of the Safe Commute Act to be Heard in Senate Committee on Tuesday The Tennessee Senate Judiciary Committee will hear and consider the 2013 Safe Commute Act on Tuesday, February 5 at 3:30 p.m. in the Legislative Plaza Room 12. If enacted, the 2013 Safe Commute Act would recognize that hard-working Tennesseans’ right to self-defense does not end when they drive onto their employer’s property or into publicly accessible parking lots. Senate Bill 142, sponsored by Lt. Governor Ron Ramsey (R-4), would allow individuals with a valid handgun carry permit to transport and store a firearm or firearm ammunition in the permit holder’s privately-owned motor vehicle in public or private parking areas under certain conditions. Please call AND e-mail members of the Senate Judiciary Committee TODAY and respectfully urge them to support Senate Bill 142 on February 5 using the contact information provided below. Its companion bill, House Bill 118, sponsored by state Representative Jeremy Faison (R-11), has not been scheduled for a House committee hearing yet. Please stay tuned to www.nraila.org for updates on the progress of the 2013 Safe Commute Act. Please contact members of the Senate Judiciary Committee: Senator Brian Kelsey (Chair) 615-741-3036 sen.brian.kelsey@capitol.tn.gov Senator Doug Overbey (1st Vice Chair) 615-741-0981 sen.doug.overbey@capitol.tn.gov Senator Stacey Campfield (2nd Vice Chair) 615-741-1766 sen.stacey.campfield@capitol.tn.gov Senator Mike Bell 615-741-1946 sen.mike.bell@capitol.tn.gov Senator Lowe Finney 615-741-1810 sen.lowe.finney@capitol.tn.gov Senator Ophelia Ford 615-741-1767 sen.ophelia.ford@capitol.tn.gov Senator Todd Gardenhire 615-741-6682 sen.todd.gardenshire@capitol.tn.gov Senator Mark Green 615-741-2374 sen.mark.green@capitol.tn.gov Senator John Stevens 615-741-4578 sen.john.stevens@capitol.tn.gov
  3. sorry to burst your bubble .... but there is no such thing as a veteran who has seen combat that does not have some form of PTSD some are just more sever as others . .... this from a Vietnam Vet
  4.   http://www.swiftvets.com/index.php?topic=KerryinVietnam   John Kerry's service in Vietnam lasted 4 months and 12 days, beginning in November 1968 when he reported to Cam Ranh Bay for a month of training. His abbreviated combat tour ended shortly after he requested a transfer out of Vietnam on March 17, 1969, citing Navy instruction 1300.39 permitting personnel with three Purple Hearts to request reassignment. So far as we are able to determine, Kerry was the only Swift sailor ever to leave Vietnam without completing the standard one-year tour of duty, other than those who were seriously wounded or killed. It is clear that at least one of Kerry's Purple Heart awards was the result of his own negligence, not enemy fire, and that Kerry went to unusual lengths to obtain the award after being turned down by his own commanding officer. John Kerry has long insisted that using the three-injury loophole to leave combat early was his own idea, but Kerry's fellow Swift officer Thomas Wright, who served on occasion as the OIC (Officer in Charge) of Kerry's boat group, contradicts that claim. Wright reports that he "had a lot of trouble getting Kerry to follow orders," and that those who worked with Kerry found him "oriented towards his personal, rather than unit goals and objectives." He therefore requested that Kerry be removed from his boat group. After John Kerry qualified for his third Purple Heart, Thomas Wright and two fellow officers informed him of the obscure regulation, and told him to go home. Wright concluded, "We knew how the system worked and we didn’t want him in Coastal Division 11." Constructing a complete picture of Kerry's service is difficult due to gaps in the Naval records provided by the Kerry campaign. These gaps include missing and incomplete fitness reports, missing medical records and missing records related to his medal awards. For this reason we call upon Senator Kerry to authorize complete access to all his military records by filing a standard Form 180, a simple two-page release form. Swift Vets and POWs for Truth is in the process of researching John Kerry's time in Vietnam by conducting interviews with eyewitnesses to his activities, and we plan to add material to this section over the next several weeks as it becomes available. We will report the true circumstances of Kerry's medal awards and injuries, describe other controversial missions, and provide in-depth analysis of his fitness reports.
  5. Omar needs to read the " Dick Act of 1902 "
  6. None of the movie theaters in Florida are posted ,
  7. but a lot of Micky Mouse was writ-in as other
  8. But it looks like we are still stuck with Bob Corker !!!
  9. po-po said he was a resident of Col. for at least a year and the death total is 12 dead 10 at the movie and two at hosp and they are calling the rifle as an assault stile semi-auto rifle .a shot gun and two hand guns .
  10. Thanks guys on my way now ... put the gun safe in the Jeep and will be locking it in there before entry .
  11. The Holston Vally here in Kingsport has no postings on any of the doors .
  12. Dose anyone know if they are posted ?.. the wife has outpatient surgery there tomorrow afternoon and we are driving from here in Kingsport . and I would like to carry my peace . Thanks Walt

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