I usualy carry concealed all the time unless I am driving the tractor and trailer. While I drive I just set it aside. Question: If I get stopped for an Inspection at the scales for DOT, should I inform them that I have a loaded revolver in the truck? And am I legal to do so?
Going to the Columbia Missouri Gun Show at the fairgounds this weekend. Looking forward to buying a hand Gun,taking CC Class;s so I can feel safer while traveling. I can be found at the Gun Show at the EyeGlass cleaning booth in the back of the building, come on by and say hi if you are there.
Grandma and Grandpa Buffy
Linda and Wayne Bufford
I just read an article about a gun store refusing service to obama voters. The store, Southwest Shooting Authority in Pinetop AZ, is displaying a sign asking Obama voters to turn around and leave. (see attached) Of course anyone who voted for Obama is at a minimum intellectually dishonest, and would probably lie about their political affiliation, like their beloved leader lies to the entire world.
What do you think? Are Obama voters responsible enough
Thank you for the "Birchwood Casey" Lead Remover Polishing Cloth information. I have a S&W500 Magnum. This is the first revolver I have owned. The black circles around the cylinder defied removal. I was afraid that the copper brush would leave scratches (I know it is not supposed to). The rings came off easily with the Birchwood Casey cloth!! I just had to join this site to say Thank You!!!
Originally Posted by the voice I just bought a Ruger LCP-CT 380 ACP and was amazed that the handgun does not have a positive safety to protect against accidental discharge. Is there a solution to this problem? with the long stiff triger pull not needed keep
but finger on the triger only ready to fire