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gr8smiles

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About gr8smiles

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    TGO Member
  • Birthday 05/24/1963

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Brentwood, Tn
  • Interests
    Collecting vintage Smith&Wessons and Colts

Miscellaneous

  • Handgun Carry Permit
    Yes
  • Law Enforcement
    No
  • Military
    No
  • NRA
    Yes
  • Carry Weapon #1
    HK vp9
  • Carry Weapon #2
    Glock 43

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  1. Post the last firearm related thing you bought!

    1969 Browning Medalist [emoji16]
  2. ad closed Browning A-bolt .22 Medallion

    1/2 x 28..... I sold it to him a few years ago
  3. ad closed Browning A-bolt .22 Medallion

    It is a great suppressor host. There is only the firing pin click when you pull the trigger. Don’t miss this chance.
  4. Post the last firearm related thing you bought!

    Colt Cobra
  5. Las Vegas Shooting

    And as far as getting it to the rooms, if he broke down the ARs, he could put 10-15 in one large roller bag. Since he didn’t fly with them, they could have weighed 75 lbs each and he just simply roll them to the room. And 5.56 and .308 ammo isn’t that heavy. He probably had the mags loaded and all stacked in suitcases. Most of us have taken a few thousand rounds to the range on any given afternoon. The media does not really care to or will ever understand us ‘gun nuts’, like I’ll probably never really get obsessed over golf or tennis. Acquiring an arsenal of 35 guns in a year is a slow year for some of my collector colleagues....at least that’s what I’ve heard [emoji6]
  6. Las Vegas Shooting

    I’ve thought the same thing. Although I’ve probably been guilty of blowing up some ####...maybe...or at least I knew a guy who did [emoji16]
  7. Johnson City FullAuto Arrest?

    As an aside and a warning, for those of us who have gone through the process to have Class III items, make sure you have copies of your stamps and proper paperwork with you when these items are out of the safes. The public perception of suppressors, SBRs, etc is being distorted by the media now. And many officers that might make a traffic stop might not be fully aware of laws either, so watch your back guys and play safe and legal. Just my opinion....[emoji6]
  8. Badass Blades TR3

    I like knives....
  9. Post the last firearm related thing you bought!

    Right here....
  10. Post the last firearm related thing you bought!

    Factory Engraved 4" Python with Ivory [emoji16][emoji16][emoji16]
  11. Hummingbirds!!!!

    As far as them getting in garages, they are attracted to the emergency garage door releases that almost always have a red t-handle. Once they get it, it's hard to get them out. I've had them do that at my garage at Center Hill Lake. I just replaced the standard emergency pull cord with a green dog leash and have no more issues with them getting inside.
  12. Post the last firearm related thing you bought!

    Remington 870 Tactical 14

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