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#76 +zhiVago


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Posted 30 November 2011 - 11:34

+1 The Scottsdale Gun Club for the opportunism!

#77 Konstanov


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Posted 30 November 2011 - 12:33

Here a Glock 23 in .40 S&W would run $500 - $600.


Order, have it sent to a local dealer, pay the taxes & dealer fee, registration ($10 in Michigan + $5 for the notary) and poof.

I actually shop at the CheaperThanDirt warehouse in Fort Worth and have met the owner a few times. Everyone who works for the company loves their job, got a Heckler & Koch hK45c for my new concealed carry a few weeks ago from them, the firearm was well worth the $950 I paid for it. Love this thing.

#78 FMH


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Posted 30 November 2011 - 12:49

OMG, they're keeping santa hostage! I may not get any gifts this year... :cry:

#79 +Vykranth


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Posted 30 November 2011 - 12:53

On the subject of this photo, is it wrong for these people to take their Christmas photo while holding firearms? I don't see any reason it is, however I do personally view it as unnecessary.

It is the shift, the difference between Christmas spirit and firearms.
To me, Christmas is a peaceful family time with presents, calm, friends and family reunions, you know, 'Peace on Earth, Goodwill towards Men', quiet and happy times.
So, it is not really a time when weapons of any kind should be needed. I just cannot link in my mind Christmas and firearms.

The people in the photo, they are smiling so I guess they are happy doing it and this is their right to be happy and their freedom to have such photos in their family album.