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Posted in thread: Urban GTFO Plan on 06-10-2010 at 03:34 PM
A few weeks ago, the main aqueduct into Boston broke. We were operating off reserves and
boiling water for three days. This really got me thinking. Never mind the obvious need in the
case of a total b...
Posted in thread: So this is my logic - does it make sense? on 06-23-2009 at 02:12 AM
[QUOTE=canebrake;120530]Well I might as well really confuse you.Ask anyone here and they will
tell you I'm a 1911 died-in-the-wool shooter/CCW, better yet a Colt 1911! (Real men shower with
a 1911!) P...
Posted in thread: So this is my logic - does it make sense? on 06-22-2009 at 11:24 PM
If you're new to shooting, I'd personally recommend a 9mm or 357/38. Yes, a .45 in a 1911
platform would be the best in general, imo. But this can be more expensive, and I've found the
.45 to be a har...
Posted in thread: So this is my logic - does it make sense? on 06-22-2009 at 10:01 PM
With your mention of big bore-ever think of a Charter Arms BullDog. .44Spl. 5 shots, big slow
slug-can be bought fairly cheap. Wife should have easy time shooting. I think reasonable priced
Posted in thread: So this is my logic - does it make sense? on 06-20-2009 at 11:37 PM
9mm isn't cheap either. Since you want a 1911 anyway, I'd suggest a .22 conversion kit so you
can practice with a 1911 using cheaper than dirt .22 ammo. That way, you practice with your
carry gun.A mo...
Posted in thread: Who else is into levers? on 06-20-2009 at 10:15 PM
I love lever action 30-30's. This was the first the real rifle I ever fired and definitely the
one I have used the most. Since there isn't much use for deer rifles in Massachusetts, it's
pretty low on...
Posted in thread: So this is my logic - does it make sense? on 06-20-2009 at 10:00 PM
I'm in the lengthy process of getting my Massachusetts LTC. Luckily, I have friends in law
enforcement, a clean record, and a few legit reasons, so the LTC shouldn't be a problem once I
finish the ste...