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kb4ns

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    Bartlett, TN
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  1. Hmmm. I'm thinking about the 9x18 ammo, but I don't know if it'd be worth the expense to ship them. Goodness knows I don't really need more ammo.
  2. Howdy everyone. The name is Jon. I was fairly active on here in what now seems like a former life! Planning on being around a little more often once again. Too many good, likeminded folks around here not to! I'm glad to see some old friends are still around and looking forward to meeting some new ones!
  3. I came back to TGO for this thread. I just didn't know it until I got here...
  4. David,   Thanks to the glitches last time I renewed, I went well over $35 into my renewal and you extended my membership period thru 2015. Any chance of [easily] working my oddball situation in for a little more credit? Thanks!
  5. You can just extend the membership. I'd have to turn around in a year and send you some more money regardless - might as well not send the funds back and forth. :) 
  6. Well, I wanted to go from the $20/6 month option to the $35/year option. It had me upgrade then renew. I wasn't paying a ton of attention, but the system led me to believe it would be the $15 "upgrade" followed by the $20 "renewal." Something went screwy and I noticed right after hitting "pay" that I was charged $35 just moments after $15 - so now I'm $50 into a yearly membership.  :stunned:   David, can you fix that? Lengthening the term of my membership in lieu of a partial refund is fine if it's easier for you. 
  7. From what I recall, I believe that concealing the entire gun and allowing it to be fired form within the "wallet holster" was what made the ATF rule it was an AOW. Same genius style of thinking that would consider bayonet lugs and flash suppressors evil once upon a time (and currently in some states), I reckon. If I remember correctly, what makes the one from the OP less evil and not an AOW is the fact that the slide is exposed.

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