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  • Posted in thread: A Close Look at the FN FXP .45ACP on 12-15-2012 at 10:24 AM
    Paul, thank you for an instructive video about the FNX line of pistols. It is presented in a
    clear and detailed manner.I appreciate your contribution to my understanding of the FNX.

  • Posted in thread: Greetings from a new member on 11-13-2012 at 10:13 PM
    Greetings to all.Guns have been part of my life since I entered the navy in 1948. Then, I was
    first issued a S&M model 10 which I carried in a shoulder holster when I flew and later, a Colt
    1911 that ...

  • Posted in thread: Gp100 vs Sp101 on 10-28-2012 at 09:41 AM
    capto56.The Hogue Lamo Camo Monogrip is sold directly by Hogue and any number of internet gun
    supply vendors.I bought the ones for my GP100's from and the one for my
    SP101 from...

  • Posted in thread: Gp100 vs Sp101 on 10-26-2012 at 07:41 PM
    Capto56Go to this address by clicking it or pasting in your page address line: is a slide
    show of my Ruger pistols.The 3" GP100 bulges in my pants pocket and therefor prints a bit. It
    does not print...

  • Posted in thread: Gp100 vs Sp101 on 10-26-2012 at 05:55 PM
    I have a 2.25" SP101 that I carry concealed in my right front pocket.I have a 3" GP100 that I
    either carry on my right hip under a jacket concealed or to use for recreational shooting.I
    have a 4" GP10...

  • Posted in thread: Smallest caliber you trust? on 10-05-2012 at 11:35 PM
    Regardless of the amount of hours I have trained for that future moment when I am attacked, I
    do not trust that I will be able to place my initial hits of light caliber rounds on an
    attacker to disabl...

  • Posted in thread: 1911 vs. six shooter for concealed carry on 09-17-2012 at 09:10 PM
    My experience owning, handling and shooting handguns has spanned more than six decades. I
    have found that specific types, brands and models vary in their degree of material quality and

  • Posted in thread: what was everyones first gun? on 04-28-2012 at 03:03 PM
    In 1951, I was nineteen, in the Navy and just made a member of an air crew in my patrol
    squadron VP-871. They issued me a Smith & Wesson .38 caliber Police Special that I carried in a
    shoulder holster...

  • Posted in thread: Gun Cleaning Input on 10-03-2011 at 05:50 PM
    The purpose I use my firearms for is not sport but for protection. Thus, reliability is the
    factor that motivates me to perform a simple maintenance after each range practice session
    regardless of rou...

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April 29, 2012  •  01:25 PM
.....Hey, Aimtrue:............Not too often due I run across someone who was born in 1932. I just passed that "big 80" last week............kinda makes you wonder, "where the hell did the time go"?

I grew up about 18 miles from the "Glenview Naval Air Station" in northern Illinois, and about the same distance from "Great Lakes Naval Station". Help pave all those "GRINDERS" at Great Lakes............

Stay safe and "aim-true"........................Griz
April 29, 2012  •  02:04 PM

Greetings Griz.

My wife went through Great lakes NTC. I went thought NTC San Diego. We both are quite familiar with those grinders.

I was born at the end of 1931 and NEVER thought that I would live to be this old. Damn, shows how ignorant youth is.

I have had a healthy life until this past January. Then, a heart block and next a pacemaker.

My weight-lifting days are over and unfortunately, so are my shooting days. Cannot chance the recoil from even a smooth shooter.

I gifted my collection of rifles, pistols and revolvers to friends and servicemen. I enjoyed my time having firearms.

Now, I hope you and me both have our remaining years full of health, interest and great food.

Best of luck.