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Midlife crisis came a bit early, going back to school.
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Decided to become a commissioned NRA recruiter today

by tricolordad on 07-02-2013 at 06:55 PM
I go to plenty of gun shows, air shows, veterans affairs and things of the sort attended by your average god, guns and country kind of people and this last one got me thinking...there's always a vendor selling guns, but never an NRA recruiter to be found. People ask about my NRA shirt, hat, whatever and always ask "how do you join the NRA?" or "do you have to know a member to get in?" and I've been directing them towards the website, which frankly puts some of the older would-be

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I'm switching up

by tricolordad on 03-28-2013 at 02:38 PM
So I just realized that a Stevens 320 security is ok for people who just want to stick it under the bed for that SHTF scenario...but, me, I like to shoot it until it gets boring.

I'm sending it in for the repairs (broken weld resulting in a stuck pump) and selling it for $150 (paid $200 new) and buying a Smith & Wesson SD40VE, new for $320. I also have a few boxes of 12 ga 00 buck for sale...

Anybody have experience with the SD40? The trigger pull is a bit tough,

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