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About Mason

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  • Birthday 03/13/1985

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    Northeast TN
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    Freemasonry, Motorcycles, Water Sking / Wakeboarding, Airplanes, Antique Tractors, & Guns
  • Occupation
    Environmental Consultant


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  • Carry Weapon #1
    Taurus PT 745 PRO
  • Carry Weapon #2
    Kel-Tec P3AT

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  1. I will support you as soon as the temperature gets up enough to go for a motorcycle ride. Thanks for this post.
  2. I like the Marlin 336.
  3. Get a 30-30 leaver action. They a a great intro to center fire rifles.
  4. Mason

    Bersa Thunder 22?

    If you wanted a 9X19 Bersa has that as well. I have been wanting a .45 cal Bersa for a few years but have only found local. Good luck.
  5. Am I the only one that got pissed when Romney sais automatic guns are illegal? With the money he has recieved from the NRA he should have someone explain the most commonly misunderstood gun laws and be able to talk facts. That statement was the point when I realsed he is just putting on a show like any other politician.
  6. North American Arms would make a nice base model 1911. I'd buy one.
  7. Smith & Wesson Oasis is my daily beater. $20 or so at Tractor Supply Co. and it gets sharpened about twice a week. On the farm or in the woods I have a Bass Pro Shops Readhead fixed blade that I paid about the same for. In my boat I have a few Mora fixed blades stashed for quick grabs. I have fancy expensive knives but I like a cheap beater for daily carry as a knife, screwdriver, chisel, or whatever.
  8. I make wine for a hobby and always have plenty stocked. My wife and I rarely drink so I just bottle and store until a friend stops in for a free bottle. I have considered it as a good trading implement.
  9. The Bersa 9 is nice if you are on a budget and like a thumb safety.
  10. Yes Sir!!! Whittaker's is the first place I would look if I lived closer to them. I wish I could find a store around here with prices that good and the selection is a dream come true. Last time I walked through the store they had a $50 single shot sitting next to a $4,700 O/U so they will have something for everyone.
  11. If you were close to the tri-cities and didn't mind someone having it inspected I would make an offer. My wife and I have talked about investing in diamonds rather than gold. They take up less space and are worth a little more.
  12. I had a PLR-16 that I bought with the vertical for-grip installed by the previous owner. It would not feed worth a crap and was way too inaccurate for my taste. After trying a viriety of sights and magazines I wanted it gone. I had no idea that the grip was illegel untill I went to trade it in. The shop I was in was nice and took the grip off in 10 sec. flat and THEN explaned. The vertical grip was useless because with the brake sending the sound into your face it was unbairably loud and impossable to aim. This is one of the only two guns I have ever sold or traded. Mine looked cool but was useless for anything.
  13. Walmart is the first place I would look.
  14. It is my understanding from speaking with a TWRA agent (on Boone as well) that the signs are in place to prevent target practice on the boat ramps. As any duck hunter knows, TVA property is legal to hunt. I spend a ton of time on Boone lake and carry on my person when fishing and in my boat when wakeboarding & such. I have had conversations with TWRA agents with handguns in open view on my boat and have never recieved any comments. Also TVA properties are legal to hunt provided you follow all local laws. OP, if you are in a boat would it not be covered under the castle doc. just like the car that you left it in? Out of sight = out of mind.

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