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    Quote Originally Posted by buck32 View Post
    Yup, just giving you crap.

    As a kid, I stood in front of a BB gun "ONCE". I learned at a very early age not to stand in front of ANY kind of gun (back in the early 70's. Actually this was back when we used to play army and use real BB guns to play. Now kids use paint ball and air soft guns and are much better protected. We used to put on our dad's Army clothes and jackets and take the hits. I used to hate playing with kids who had the multiple pump Daisy's. They could welt you through the jackets.
    Ha Ha!! Wow, and no one lost an eye?

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    Not when I was playing. Did get hit on my first finger on my left hand as I was aiming at a guy to shoot him (and I am right handed). Years later, I realized that shot would have probably hit me in the mouth, neck or face. We used to wear motorcycle goggles but now I realize that would not have stopped a BB.

    Those were the good all days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by algore is a fatwoman View Post
    Every time I visit a gun shop some goofy discussion is occuring real time. The thing that pisses me off is that most gun shops have a few "regulars" that sit in front of the counter. These fatsos just sit there blocking the glass counter, and the view of the pistols! It's rediculous, and I'm sure these people that treat the gun shop like a starbucks have caused more than a few shoppers to leave in disgust. Myself included.
    You can't take a even tell what's in stock when three beer bellies are pressed against the glass. Most gun shops are more flatulence and lies than ammo sales anymore.
    Man,,in those situations I ask the guy at the counter if her wants to wash the fat guy sweat off thew glass or he wants to make a little money. They don't have long to answer. My money spends real well in any shop. It's the reason I only go to a chosen few. I'm pretty well known and they people working will tell people to get their wallets out or move so someone that is looking to spend some money can. I like hanging out in shops too but it is just plain rude as hell to stand there talking to a guy that has not dropped a dime on as much as ammo in a month while some guy is standing behind them looking to make a purchase if they can only see the counter. There's a shop I pass every day that I'll drive past to go to another one because of just that kind of BS. I know the shop owner personally too. He asked me not too long ago why I don't come in anymore and I said flat out that I don't want to listen o a bunch of men cackling like hens about things they know nothing about while I can't get to the counter. I told him I would go to a pawn shop before I would go back in. He is the guy that sold me my Browning Pro 40 for 325.00 though.Called me and said I had to see it. He knew I had been looking at some FNP's (HEH!). I did get that but still have not been back. I think I made him mad. Those Browning sell higher than the FNP (though I really don't know why - It is the same weapon really). But I don't like wading through dumba**es just to see if I can look into the hallowed glass.

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    One particular gun shop near me actually has BAR STOOLS set up in front of the revolver counter. Its beyond absurd. What makes it worse is there's a dunkin donuts next door to the gun shop. The dopes that usually sit on the bar stools buy coffee for the guy running the store. I don't understand why the shop owner would allow it to happen. Bar stools? Insane buisness practice. I just usually drive further to the next gun shop. There are several to choose from, luckily.

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    LOL!! That's pretty messed up man. If it's my shops I'm going ot leave the stools in back. There's a reason a lot of restaurants have pulled the coffee counters out of the front. Because they don't make any money. I'd say those stools are costing that shop more every day and the owner is not bright enough to see that the cost of those stools goes up all the time.

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    I know many of you do what I do...own both a .45acp AND a 9mm. I love shooting them both. My next gun will be another 9mm (hopefully for my CC if all the stars align).

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    Quote Originally Posted by uspastime View Post
    I know many of you do what I do...own both a .45acp AND a 9mm. I love shooting them both. My next gun will be another 9mm (hopefully for my CC if all the stars align).
    You can never have to many guns.

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    Thanks Freedom1911...that article made my mind up....

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