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Old 07-08-2013, 08:53 PM   #31
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Hi I'm turning 18 and I'm trying to get a handgun any help

Hi everyone my name is Demetrius I'm 17 right now and on the 22nd I will be 18 I would like to buy a handgun I live in GA and its perfectly legal for a 18 year old to buy a hand gun from a privet...


Hi, can a 18 year olds reload their own 9mm ammo

Hi I am 18 and I was gifted a handgun. I know 18 year olds can not buy ammo and my parents are complaining how much money the ammo is costing them. I wanted to know, would I be able to buy the 9mm.



Needs to work on math skills also.
Lol I wish I could say the feeling was neutral
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Well, I don't want wiz on your parade, OP, but

you can't fire full auto at the average firing

range. They even get pissed if you shoot semi

auto rapidly.

So exactly where are you going to shoot this new toy?

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Well, I don't want wiz on your parade, OP, but

you can't fire full auto at the average firing

range. They even get pissed if you shoot semi

auto rapidly.

So exactly where are you going to shoot this new toy?
In my back yard/Make shift gun range
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Lol I wish I could say the feeling was neutral
You say you are 17 and birthday is on the 22nd and as of today that is two
(2) weeks away. Then you say you are 18 and are gifted a gun. You need to keep your story straight.
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I don't need to keep my story straight you can always not read my post and simply not responded to them friend and I will be asking the same questions in a few weeks what's the difference regardless I will be 18.

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You can get a definitive answer to your question by picking up a copy of Shotgun News and contacting one of the several advertisers. The cost of full-autos is expensive, but even more expensive is the cost of feeding the monsters.

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I think OP is just messing with us......

+1 on the spell check, and add grammar check too, please.

Correct me if I'm wrong, but is not being 21 and procuring a handgun NOT legal everywhere? Particularly a private sale? Now, can't your parents buy one for you, keep control of it, (be there when you are shooting it), and then give it to you officially when you turn 21?

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Being honest is the difference. It helps earn respect.

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I don't need to keep my story straight you can always not read my post and simply not responded to them friend and I will be asking the same questions in a few weeks what's the difference regardless I will be 18.
You don't, and I won't, and neither will anybody else. Then what would the point be in being here? A little reading, spell and grammar checking goes a LONG way with some of us.....
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You don't, and I won't, and neither will anybody else. Then what would the point be in being here? A little reading, spell and grammar checking goes a LONG way with some of us.....
Consistency and honesty goes further with others of us.


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I don't need to keep my story straight you can always not read my post and simply not responded to them friend and I will be asking the same questions in a few weeks what's the difference regardless I will be 18.
Um you don't need to keep your story straight? To me that is admitting a lie.

Son, you might as well go to a different forum. The people here don't take kindly to immature liars who just want to feel like Billy Badass on the interwebs.
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