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Old 11-04-2012, 05:50 PM   #21
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congratulations on that
also means i have much better taste in firearms as well!
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also means i have much better taste in firearms as well!
More like a rich snob that has to much money to spend!
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Most interesting comment, I found a rich frontier past opposed to open carry. You need to study Frontier justice and going armed. The first rules in Frontier towns was no carrying of firearms in town limits. They also banned the bearing of Bowie knives and swords.
Towns also banned sidearms being loaded on horseback while riding thru the streets. Reason, very often guns discharged killing and wounding horses which had to be removed from the streets. This was a cost to the City.
In most Frontier towns guns carried open in the range were carried concealed in town. When the famous gunman Tom Horn was arrested in Cheyenne he was carrying a Colt Army under his coat. After all it was the Cowboy Way.

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More like a rich snob that has to much money to spend!
whoa pardner! you're fixing to step in some deep doodoo! i am not rich by any means. i am also not starving either. i just happen to make wise choices in spending money on firearms and have learned to buy quality firearms. don't ever call me a snob again.

the Glock remark was made in jest and now you want to bring insults into this. i wisely caution you to rethink your next comment directed towards me.
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whoa pardner! you're fixing to step in some deep doodoo! i am not rich by any means. i am also not starving either. i just happen to make wise choices in spending money on firearms and have learned to buy quality firearms. don't ever call me a snob again.

the Glock remark was made in jest and now you want to bring insults into this. i wisely caution you to rethink your next comment directed towards me.
just saying you must not of had a very good teacher.
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Damn. I stepped in it. It stinks. Good thing I brought my bull**** suit...


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Damn. I stepped in it. It stinks. Good thing I brought my bull**** suit...
Lol nice I see multiple purposes for that suit
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It's a bull **** suit, not a bullseye suit.

Can't help it, I'm a GLOCK hater too. So much so that I specifically had access removed from the GLOCK forum to keep myself from going in there and just taking a huge dump on everything moving every chance I got.

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What I mean to day is, no, I won't share my suit with you...
Is my suit. Mine.

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What I mean to day is, no, I won't share my suit with you...
Is my suit. Mine.
Damn, I was really lookin forward to wearing it. Lol
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