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Whatever works for you guys. THat is all that matters. How long have you guys been married?:)

Too long? :P:whistle:

Been married 7 years, this past May... and been together a little over 8 years.

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I think everyone is different in their relationships & I think it is cool that everyone figures out their ways to make their lives together work.:whistle:

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I'm not THAT short! Geez! :whistle: lol

And you should be thankful that there are people you can still make fun of for being short. Like 6 year olds. You can make fun of them because they are (usually) shorter than you.

Now quick ****ing up my wife's thread. :)

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And you should be thankful that there are people you can still make fun of for being short. Like 6 year olds. You can make fun of them because they are (usually) shorter than you.

GAH! You're evil! :whistle:

Now quick ****ing up my wife's thread. :P

Ooooookay. :)

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Well back to the revolver, I looked at one at Rabbi's shop. I liked it, but I don't like the only safety you have is in the trigger. (& of course it wasn't pink)

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... but I don't like the only safety you have is in the trigger.

Pfft... that's the best safety ever, and the only one you need. :D

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My grips are supposed to ship this week and the countdown on my carry permit has begun. Im so excited!

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Do any of you ladies (or for the guys, your wives) have trouble with the trigger pull on the 642? My fiance hates my 442 and really struggles to pull the trigger. I was surprised by this as I always thought she was pretty strong from playing golf, tennis, softball, etc. Maybe I need to get her one of those grip exercisers...? She loves the gun, but hates the trigger pull,

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Brandon, I am not sure about the 642 but I had the 640 and I hated the trigger pull, I ended up having a trigger job done on it and it helped but after shooting my Glock I ended up trading the 640 on something else.

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Do any of you ladies (or for the guys, your wives) have trouble with the trigger pull on the 642?

Nope, no issue with Valkyrie shooting her 642. She says she might see it become tiring after an all-day shooting session, but still nothing that isn't tolerable. She's happy with her revolver.

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My grips are supposed to ship this week and the countdown on my carry permit has begun. I'm so excited!

To me it seems that the ladies are getting their permits alittle fast. At least with the men that I know of. Maybe it really is luck of the draw. Yeah on getting it ordered and hopefully it wont take to long.

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