Good one. :grin
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Good one. :grin
^^^ always a favorite. :grin
Well if the story is correct, and he shot at car over a cell phone argument, then good riddance to him and his guns.
Sounds like he’s in the right place. What’s his excuse, 1st amendment? :dunno
Not a whole lot on that video to make a determination to me. Also looks like the officer was off to the side and not completely in harms way. :dunno
Pretty cool piece of history. Thanks for sharing. :thumsup
What’s scarier to me is if he was that hard up for the money, what other crimes far worse could he have committed with that badge and gun? :dunno
Absolutely. A world of difference.
Well said. :clap
The pot is boiling.
Stealing a door front package doesn’t equate to killing someone. If you can’t understand the “why” of that, you need to go get some professional help.
Fixed it for ya. :grin
^^^ this. :thumsup
The logic is sound. :grin
Very nice collection. I recall my grandfather had a pre 1936 (?) Luger that he brought back from WWII from an officer he killed. It was in pristine condition. I saw it once. Beautiful gun. :thumsup
She just got voted in. :dunno
Very nice. Good luck with that sir! :thumsup
Nope. Wouldn't use it for a carry method. Only to protect the trigger if I did like in the car, but a regular holster that can be also used as a holster does that too so I won't be buying one.
Good grief. :doh
Now that's absurd. I wonder if he can sue for malicious prosecution? What a horrible message to send to LE.
I have one as well for a CM9. Don't use it all that much but it has been an option in the past. Worth having IMHO.
Deleted. Duplicate post?
Not a clue. Never heard of show Fridays.
That's cool. Good luck with that. :thumsup
So how was security? Were you able to get your EDC past the Secret Service? :grin
Nice post. Thanks for sharing. :thumsup