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Own and carry a gun while traveling 55 56.70%
Do not carry a gun 22 22.68%
Thinking about carrying a gun 9 9.28%
No one should be allowed to carry a gun 11 11.34%
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Old 05-18-2003, 12:13 PM   #127
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The CZ-75B is one of the best kept secret bargains out there. The most accurate handgun that I own. Everyone that shoots it wants one. Can be had in the $350 range at many locations. It is also the most widely used police handgun in the world.

For more info on this fine handgun visit CZ Forums

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Old 05-18-2003, 02:48 PM   #128
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I found it to be amazingly accurate. It won’t be long before the word gets out…lol
I'm not the best shot by any stretch of the imagination but, both my son and I were able to put over 85% of the shots in the red heart of the silhouette at 20 meters. Now that don’t sound like a big deal but, for the first time out. It sure impressed us~!
Thanks for the URL link; I downloaded the manual as a backup.
The price that you mention is right in line with what it cost here. (Varies between 319 to 399$)
We were told by the gun dealer that, he sells a lot of them to police officers.
I mention 15 rounds but, honestly I think the clip is designed to hold 16.
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Old 06-16-2003, 04:18 PM   #129
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Good evening all...
'53...it reminds me of a film I once saw, to skip it all, 'n get to the point the " good guy " had his gun made different 2all the rest of the baddies, he had the SEVENTH SLUG, seems he had it made that way, so he kinda always got his man, I guess 2day it's gotta be " Keepin-up-with INFLATION "...That 'ole thing I used at the gun-club was a one-at a- timer, a keep on loading it up...I guess it was one stage up from the clowns gun, but had no flag in the end...LOL...
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Old 06-16-2003, 04:56 PM   #130
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My lost post to all the gun opinions still has me thinking...

I guess it gets simpler all the time with me....I carry spare parts for the 310 "just in case" and rarely need them....

I have a gun and have never needed it but do feel I am entitled to do so "just in case" and I hope I never need it....lol jem
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Old 08-23-2003, 04:17 AM   #131
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Thumbs up The way I see it

Nearly 57% either admit that, they're carrying a gun...The rest either don't want to really admit it or , may have a desire to..Nothing wrong with that..

We all agree on many different things about the ownership and, the use of firearms contained within our units.
  • 1.Common sense in useage
    2.Safety and,more SAFETY
    3.We're all 'law abiding' gun owners.
    4.Learn how to use it, properly
    5.The need for carrying a weapon, sic..guns
The average citizen feels safer with a means of self defense.

More thoughts later..
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Old 08-23-2003, 06:48 AM   #132
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Just when I thought this thread was all played out...it magically appears again.

One of the things I love about this forum is that the old becomes new again.

Really, not kidding.

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Old 08-23-2003, 01:15 PM   #133
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Camping at shooting competitions.

This is one of the main reasons we want a TT or MH. About a third of our trips are related in one way or another to Cowboy Action Shooting. I know of a lot of retired and semi-retired competitors that travel around in TT/MH to attend matches. Circling the wagons and talking etc is nearly as much fun as the shooting competitions.
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Old 08-23-2003, 02:19 PM   #134
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Sometimes, it's purpose is to provoke, "A thought process, once more"
After all, a wasted mind is...."

I appreciate and, greatly enjoy reading your comments always.

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Short of words for expression`! I'd like to hear more about your involvement and, the activities..You'll have followers for sure~!!

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Thumbs up Cowboy Action Shooting?

53FC,

It is just about the most fun you can have and remain legal.

I'll put in this link for the national organization and this one for one of the AR state clubs.

It is just a big family oriented shooting sport. About a third of our local club shooters are women. The national male/female champions are both teenagers. A lot of the guys say they are entering their second childhood. I think that I must not have left my first childhood.
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Overall I believe the best gun to carry in your trailer would be a shot gun with an 18 inch barrel. Shotguns are versatal weapons, good for short range, hunting and scaring the tar out of unwanted intruders. I also find them easy to handle and safer for the handler. Handguns can have a bad habit of turning on you and accidentaly going off. A majority of the full time campers and camp hosts I have worked with over the years prefer them.
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My MH has only one roof AC at the rear. The false front one is actually a machine gun turret with a sawed off Browning automatic rifle electronically connected to a psuedo backup camera monitor and dual purpose remote mirror control that I can use from the comfort of my cockpit at any threat.
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My MH has only one roof AC at the rear. The false front one is actually a machine gun turret with a sawed off Browning automatic rifle electronically connected to a psuedo backup camera monitor and dual purpose remote mirror control that I can use from the comfort of my cockpit at any threat.
Hey, Astrodokk? Was this you?

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