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Murgatroy

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Murgatroy last won the day on April 29 2018

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About Murgatroy

  • Birthday July 12

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Kentucky
  • Interests
    Cars, guns, computers.
  • Occupation
    Plumber

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  • Handgun Carry Permit
    Yes
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    No
  • Military
    No
  • NRA
    Yes
  • Carry Weapon #1
    Glock 19
  • Carry Weapon #2
    Micro Eagle

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  1. Did these officers lose their jobs and did this man receive a massive settlement?
  2. I went through this with competition rifles for my daughter. A Savage MkII FVT for a right handed shooter is around $350. For a lefty, $650 and good luck finding one. I found one on Gun Broker. One.
  3. You aren't looking very hard then. They are everywhere and so easy to spot. Go to Walmart any weekend and I bet you can find ten without even trying.
  4. We judge them oh so hard. It has become a game for me and my daughter to see who can spot the gun first when we go out.
  5. I have conceal carried for a long time. I live in a Constitutional Carry state now, but I still have my permit. When I carry (everyday) the goal is to have what I need, and not let it encumber me. That means a lot of different things. First and foremost that it not get in the way of what I am doing. If I were to carry a big iron on my hip for everyone to see, sure, they would all stand in awe at what a mighty and powerful man I am. But that isn't why we carry. Well, it shouldn't be. We should carry so that if the need ever arises, we have it. And frankly, keeping it concealed adds to that. I don't get spooked when I see guys open carrying. I do get spooked when I see guys in an Uncle Mike's holster on a floppy belt with a cocked and locked 1911 in flip flops ordering food at McDonald's. If you carry, be responsible, it is my opinion that part of that is concealing it with a quality holster.
  6. The closest you will get to authentic Mexican food here, those shady little roadside taco stands. Oh yes. Pure win.
  7. I haven't spoken to anyone that has that model, and with the mods it would be hard to price. Has he set a price, otherwise I would look up the base cost of the gun, and each mod, then deduct 20%-40% from the complete cost to give yourself a starting point to negotiate. They have a fairly good reputation though.
  8. That is a hell of a deal.
  9. That is a good deal for $200. I can almost never say no to a sub$200 gun.
  10. I didn't want a big dresser. I went from my Dyna to a Road King. It is still a motorcycle, not a car with two wheels. Mine is an older one, `12FLHP, got a it cheap with like 15k miles on it. I ride the hell out of it and it handles like a bike half it's size. Did my Iron Butt on it last year and didn't need anything other than a windshield.
  11. I got a Churchhill 612 for like $250, pistol grip, rail, sights. I put a light on it, extended magazine and a sidesaddle. I was under $400 for everything and it eats whatever I feed it.
  12. Seven or Ten yards, I can't recall, but if I had to guess it would be seven.

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