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Last Post 12/11/2007 4:10 AM by framer. 55 Replies.
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Wrascal Senior Member Senior Member Posts:1191
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09/25/2007 8:40 AM
Wrascal, I'm not trading my Glock for anything!!! I may purchase another semi-auto pistol that is smaller but I really love the Glock. I mainly want the shotgun for home protection and the wayward snake. I only hunt deer and my rifles are all I need for that. Although I do have a problem with those pesky long fuzzy tailed rodents but I don't think OPD would like it if I sat outside shooting them.


O'Gal, First most important rule of gun ownership.

You NEVER SELL ONE once you've purchased it. Even if its the biggest piece of junk you've ever seen, once its gone, you're gonna want it back! Thats the addiction.

Carolyn_S Senior Member Senior Member Posts:1363
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09/25/2007 8:47 AM

wrascal i do agree-----i think a gun is very personal and should remain with you until....well, forever!

~~Some days it just doesn't seem worth the effort to gnaw through the straps...~~

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Shaun Morgan is my GASOLINE
VenusFlyTrap Senior Member Senior Member Posts:710
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09/25/2007 9:33 AM
Posted By ozarkgal on 09/24/2007 11:33 PM

Ok not a problem. i'll have to run all the critters out of the house so we will have room.  Just kidding they stay outside anyway. They would rather be in the house watching TV and eating milkbones though.


No need to run the critters off, we can ALL watch TV and eat milkbones, rofl!!!!! Then go to the firing range and make everyone there look bad, hehehehe
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Wrascal Senior Member Senior Member Posts:1191
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09/26/2007 6:17 AM
wrascal i do agree-----i think a gun is very personal and should remain with you until....well, forever!

Well I'm not that fond of them; guns are an equalizing tool. With one, an itty bitty (trained/prepared) person can match/prevent a huge street thug - provided they are alert/bold enough to ACT BEFORE its too late.

Not every one has the abilities/skills necessary to safely (and sanely) handle a weapon. But do remember, in the 5 min (or more/maybe much more) that it takes for police to respond to your 911 call, you could be dead. Properly armed, you stand a much better chance in your own self-defense.

Thugs, and drugs are bad, and only getting worse.
WE, as good citizens are weak for allowing it.
With the spirit of the original settlers -
Defend yourself, your family, and your home.
Wrascal Senior Member Senior Member Posts:1191
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11/26/2007 8:05 AM

Earlier this year I marked my calendar: The next Dothan gun show is Sat, Dec 8, at the P'nut Festival fairgrounds. Adult admission is typically $6 each.

It offers the greatest number and selection of weapons in this area- all in one place at the same time. And they'll let you handle them.

For those of you still considering a hand gun, shotty, or rifle, they make wonderful Christmas gifts. And if you've already got one, don't forget the ammo or extra magazines ..... they make great Stocking stuffers.

framer Basic Member Basic Member Posts:37
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11/28/2007 1:59 AM
I like my old Weatherby Varmit Rifle.
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framer Basic Member Basic Member Posts:37
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11/28/2007 1:59 AM
No pun intended Wrascal.
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Wrascal Senior Member Senior Member Posts:1191
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11/28/2007 3:02 AM
Ms Framer,

I don't understand, low-life Varmits
are a different set of critter than Wrascals.

We are very cute and John Q. Public treats us
with very high regards. No self-esteem problem here.

Oh, I noticed your picture framer tag .....
I heard someones framing business advertisement
recently on 104.9. If thats you, then I heard/reported it first!

Incidentally, you might try using a different mouse,
to see it that'll eliminate your double posting problems.
framer Basic Member Basic Member Posts:37
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11/28/2007 4:23 AM
Getting warm wrascal...don't have the radio on. Been framing right here in Ozark. Give you a hint. Well maybe later. If you promise not to make fun of my crappy mouse I'll give you a hint. I do love picture framing! I probably did some of yours. I did good ol B.Mixon's
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framer Basic Member Basic Member Posts:37
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11/28/2007 4:28 AM
Bo Barrows out of Georgia is a great gun dealer. Runs a hardware/gun shop does a lot of shows.
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Wrascal Senior Member Senior Member Posts:1191
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12/01/2007 10:21 AM
I'm sorry,
I missed this post ....

If you promise not to make fun of my crappy mouse .....
No deal; I dislike those furry little mice critters.
Except for Minnie Mouse, she is a doll.

I do love picture framing! I probably did some of yours.
Most of my pictures are ... bull-eyes.
I don't frame them in anything too
purty as they get all shot up!

I'm not familiar with Mr Bo.
Wrascal Senior Member Senior Member Posts:1191
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12/07/2007 1:46 AM
Nobody has yet asked me what I want (for Christmas)
so tomorrow I'll be looking for it at the Dothan Gun Show.


http://www.saiga-12.com/
Wrascal Senior Member Senior Member Posts:1191
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12/09/2007 6:59 AM
Did anyone go and bring home any new toys?
I'm still "just looking."
Wrascal Senior Member Senior Member Posts:1191
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12/10/2007 5:46 AM
Hi O"Gal,

In Bama there is no waiting period.

You complete the paperwork, its called in, and within a few min. you're accepted (or denied) and then you pay and go.
ozarkgal Advanced Member Advanced Member Posts:90
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12/10/2007 12:12 PM
Hey Wrascal, I know there is a waiting period when purchasing a handgun, so how does that work with the gun shows? Most of the shows are here only a couple of days and I would think a lot of the venders would be from out of town. Anyway just curious.
framer Basic Member Basic Member Posts:37
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12/11/2007 4:10 AM
Just Looking can turn into a big ticket item.
Picture Framer
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