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    Shooting, building models, camping, enjoying time with my family.

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  1. We are unable to sell to residents of certain states because of their state laws. Did she buy from a private seller? I didn't see that in the article.
  2. What are the laws of Colorado regarding purchase of a long gun by out of state individuals? I'm pretty sure in Ohio we can sell to Florida residents, and certainly other states, but only long guns.
  3. I will keep the two of you in my thoughts and meditations.
  4. We had a magistrate here that flew the Wild Weasel variant. He didn't talk about his experiences much, other than in the most general terms. He did say he decided practicing law seemed to be a safer profession.
  5. By what I understand, it couldn't conserve fuel very well. Otherwise, quite the machine!
  6. I spent most of my money on ale and wenches. The rest I just wasted.
  7. When I came into the Army Reserve in 1988, I was given a green ID card. After Basic and AIT, I turned it in and was issued a pink ID for Reserve / Guard components. When I was again on active duty during Desert Shield / Storm, I was issued a green ID card, along with a separate Geneva Convention card listing me as a "non-combatant" (medical personnel). Return to Reserve status, another pink ID. Got out, came back into the National Guard, another pink ID. That was eventually replaced by the CAC card. Got my twenty year letter and retired, and received a pink "gray area retiree" card, similar to the old ones, but with scannable information. I can get onto Wright-Patterson and the like with it. Once I turn 59, I will be issued yet another ID as a full retiree. Or at least that is the current plan. Whew!
  8. "IF" I were to carry a firearm for EDC, it would be fully stoked. The cylinder fully loaded in a revolver, or a topped off mag with a round in the chamber in a semi-auto. Chances are, if I needed a defensive sidearm, I would need it immediately, and I might not have the time or presence of mind to cycle the action. But, since I'm really just a non-violent pacifist who wants to be left alone, I would never carry a firearm. That's how you get into trouble. It creates a "Wild West" mentality. Just ask any progressive politician, they'll tell you.
  9. If I recall correctly, Allie indicated he was taking some self-imposed time away. Someone may be able to chime in with more info, though.
  10. Will mistakes happen? Sure. Will accounts get overlooked? Sure. But in this digital age, it should be much less common. The fact it can happen doesn’t mean we should expect it to happen, and that it is reasonable to expect it to do so. That was my point, one on which we may simply disagree.
  11. I initially read his post as forty feet, not forty yards
  12. Could you plug them into an outlet? https://www.amazon.com/FosPower-Wireless-Control-Resistant-Electrical/dp/B0798W2TZ1/ref=asc_df_B0798W2TZ1/?tag=hyprod-20&linkCode=df0&hvadid=241986552631&hvpos=1o3&hvnetw=g&hvrand=18016422153663713679&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=9015856&hvtargid=pla-442272177981&psc=1 https://www.menards.com/main/electrical/light-switches-dimmers-outlets/wireless-controls/home-decor/christmas/power/smart-electrician-trade-outdoor-remote-control-outlet/3635409/p-1444425968116-c-12389.htm?tid=8444855364771105667&ipos=1
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