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Old 08-25-2013, 10:18 PM   #1
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Default Got me two new toys this week

Bersa ultra compact pro 9mm for carry.

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And a bushmaster ar15 for fun.

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Old 08-25-2013, 10:26 PM   #2
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On the Bersa, be extra careful where you put the trigger locking key!!

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On the Bersa, be extra careful where you put the trigger locking key!!
Just don't lock it.
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Just don't lock it.
This is my 2nd bersa. My wife has a bt380 we don't lock them. Got a gun safe.
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This is my 2nd bersa. My wife has a bt380 we don't lock them. Got a gun safe.
I never lock mine either, it stays in the overhead bin in my F150 for a backup
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I never lock mine either, it stays in the overhead bin in my F150 for a backup
If you lock it it is a brick.
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Congrats on your new purchases!

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Isn't that what that lock is for. . . . I mean .. to make it a brick instead of a firearm.

Your Gov and Mfg are looking out for you!

I have a couple of 'squirrely locks that also have a squirrely key and I don't use them either

My preference is the master lock combination trigger lock or the safe too.

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Isn't that what that lock is for. . . . I mean .. to make it a brick instead of a firearm.

Your Gov and Mfg are looking out for you!

I have a couple of 'squirrely locks that also have a squirrely key and I don't use them either

My preference is the master lock combination trigger lock or the safe too.
Theoretically you are right but it serves no function locked witch defeats the purpose of a gun. I guess for some people it's good, but not me.
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