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    Mark...I'm just curious...does Indiana require a permit for concealed carry and do you have one?

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    I would like to own one but one that looks like this...



    Costs on the order of about $16,000.00 because they stopped the Mfg. of any new ones a long time ago and the ones that were already made have increased in value.

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    I like when they say they "sucesfully" apprehended the subject after a gun battle

    3 police officers die

    To me "sucessful" would have been killing the dirtbag
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    BulletRECALL!!!!

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    Outlaw guns & then the squirrels will take over







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    Talking Thats sweet......

    Quote Originally Posted by Cass View Post
    I would like to own one but one that looks like this...



    Costs on the order of about $16,000.00 because they stopped the Mfg. of any new ones a long time ago and the ones that were already made have increased in value.


    that would be fun to have...a little full auto stubby



    Cass... in Indiana, you need the gun permit, and of course I have one.. and am getting the life time one. soon.

    I go into a lot of fun neighborhoods and into a lot of vacant forclosed homes every day.....you must be sure you are alone before doing the work....

    someone I work for got robbed and beat up
    in a vacant home two summers ago, so I am always alert...


    and all you need to have happen to you ONE TIME is get caught down in a dark basement with a couple of total strangers walking in the front door...

    ohhhh the rush it gives you. ....its that "trapped like a rat" feeling.....
    wondering who has just entered the home... wether it be freind or foe...

    this has happenned to me twice ,


    So I always carry something in bad situations.....
    and its so small its not apparent to anyone.








    I think that full auto stubby would be great for the really ,
    really bad neighborhoods....

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    One year in my Xmas stocking I found a stun gun. I laughed thinking it was weird and not real. I was going to *test* it on my brother stilll..... thinking it was not real until, by the look on his face, and his fast movements it was REAL...

    that is what you need. Only used it once.

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    I just shot my dog's food bowl up.


    Sooner or later he's got to learn that you must finish eatin' yer meat before you can have any pudding!
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    Found an avatar you can use

    If I use it, they'll think I'm ghey.

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    Talking thats like taking a knife to a gun fight....

    Quote Originally Posted by Cookie View Post
    One year in my Xmas stocking I found a stun gun. I laughed thinking it was weird and not real. I was going to *test* it on my brother stilll..... thinking it was not real until, by the look on his face, and his fast movements it was REAL...

    that is what you need. Only used it once.
    Cookie, a stun gun is basically like having hand to hand combat, you got to get very up close and personal with someone,

    and they can always slice back at you with their weapon.......

    also their is no guarantee that their will only be one of them to deal with...... that is not a good situation to be in with a stun gun.


    I just want to be be able to keep someone a good distance away
    and defend myself if need be, if it ever got to that level.....



    If I am in especially bad neighborhood,
    I strap on my very large, very shiney, Nickle plated 9mm with the 13 rounds....
    and I make sure it is visible to everyone .......
    (also I keep the small one in my pocket)


    COOKIE,

    In all honesty, the idea is not to kill anyone or look for trouble,,

    it is to simply "ward off evil spirits" ... to keep them away..

    so I can play another day........


    and the big shiney one works very well...


    also, I am sorry but your new avatar isnt cutting it......

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    I agree with Mark,
    The only gun control needed is being able to hit your target!
    A good stance and two hands helps quite a bit.
    As does practice.

    Now on the other hand I think that we should start a program of "Criminal Control" no more slaps on the wrist, or light sentences for those who have demonstrated that they are too dangerous to be out in society.

    Preferably the police can take care of these guys before they are apprehended saving the taxpayers a ton of money...

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    Here in many of our "Pit Cities" we have had 4 generations of parents that have failed to parent. 4 generations of large families every one of the kids with a different baby daddy that none of them have ever met...

    The only good meals of the day they get are served at school untill they drop out and start gang bangin in their teens. Usually incarcerated the first time before getting out of their teens....

    It's not getting any better.

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    Talking its getting meaner

    Quote Originally Posted by Redwood View Post
    It's not getting any better.

    In our town and on my street where the business is located, you can notice that the foot traffic has picked up big time, strang looking street people living under the
    overpasses, ect.... pushing shopping carts ect...
    at the corners by the off ramps for the interstate their are
    now always beggers and winos looking for a handout...

    the beggars done bother me , but the constant foot traffic in the area keeps me on ejde.

    You have to lock your office doors and watch your trucks in your parking lot....

    we throw away a water heater in the back alley and its almost fought over by junker guys... it dont last 5 minutes out there..

    I usually keep my 22 in my pocket when alone at the office
    for various reasons..

    I dont ever want to be forced to give a donation,
    even though they feel they are entitled to it.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by master plumber mark View Post
    Cookie, a stun gun is basically like having hand to hand combat, you got to get very up close and personal with someone,

    and they can always slice back at you with their weapon.......

    also their is no guarantee that their will only be one of them to deal with...... that is not a good situation to be in with a stun gun.


    I just want to be be able to keep someone a good distance away
    and defend myself if need be, if it ever got to that level.....



    If I am in especially bad neighborhood,
    I strap on my very large, very shiney, Nickle plated 9mm with the 13 rounds....
    and I make sure it is visible to everyone .......
    (also I keep the small one in my pocket)


    COOKIE,

    In all honesty, the idea is not to kill anyone or look for trouble,,

    it is to simply "ward off evil spirits" ... to keep them away..

    so I can play another day........


    and the big shiney one works very well...


    also, I am sorry but your new avatar isnt cutting it......


    Rugged sent me it, and, I laughed my butt off, I think it is quite funny and cute. I put a new one up just for you, LOL, now check it out ,and tell me what you think? I have another one if you don't like that one. I should add Mark, I grew up target shooting, both bow & arrow, and pretty much using every kind of a gun short of using, Anzio Annie.


    Anzio Annie German K5(E) 280-mm RR Artillery piece

    Last edited by Cookie; 04-07-2009 at 06:48 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by master plumber mark View Post
    In our town and on my street where the business is located, you can notice that the foot traffic has picked up big time, strang looking street people living under the
    overpasses, ect.... pushing shopping carts ect...
    at the corners by the off ramps for the interstate their are
    now always beggers and winos looking for a handout...

    the beggars done bother me , but the constant foot traffic in the area keeps me on ejde.

    You have to lock your office doors and watch your trucks in your parking lot....

    we throw away a water heater in the back alley and its almost fought over by junker guys... it dont last 5 minutes out there..

    I usually keep my 22 in my pocket when alone at the office
    for various reasons..

    I dont ever want to be forced to give a donation,
    even though they feel they are entitled to it.....

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