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Happy Thanksgiving brother.
many thanks for your support, I wont forget it, now lets wait and see what trip the pigs are on, fk knows how they sleep at nite, proberly on a pillow full of backhanders and bribes
Was going to send you a private message but figured I'd put it out here since you seem to know about guns and gun safety.
I inherited my grandfather's M1 after he passed and it seems like it is in good shape. He said he kept it from WWII but I'm sure that's a good grandkid story... Anyways its an heirloom. I looked at CA laws, I guess I can have it without a permit since it was "grandfathered in" even though he never had one....
My wife hates it and my sons are very More..curious.
1) what would you recommend as far as getting it checked out. Ive used it but I dont have the maintenance manual for long term maintenance.
2) since i never had gun appreciation talks with my dad since he didnt have any, how do you get your kids to understand "respect for firearms" since they dont have classes and such anymore... at least that I can find.
I want this to be an heirloom and usable... but of course dont want accidents...
Just curious about your thoughts. You seem to know your way around firearms and how to respect them as a responsible gun owner.
Great vid. Good to see someone not take themselves too seriously and just talk about what interests them. Less..
Hello The only advise I can give you is to take your fire arm to a gun shop in your area. They will be able to disable the gun and make it inoperable.the best thing you can do sir is show your child the gun, let them shoot it. Show them them the power that it has , show them that it can hurt them if they use it in the wrong way. Kids will respect the power of a fire arm if someone takes the time to explain the importance of gun safety. When I was growing up my father showed me and my brother h More..ow to use a gun, he showed us the power and the devastation it could inflicted if used in the wrong way, we never had the urge to play with guns or misuse them because of our exposure to them at a young age. Sir please don't take my word for it. Call up a gun shop or go on line and look up the NRA they can give you all the info you need. Thanks for the reply, take care. Less..
Just a drive by to shoot you with a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Thanks. I was just curious about your experience. I think you're right about the NRA... probably have the best material there. I actually found a gun shop to take it today and they are giving it a look through. Thanks for the insight.
Manson!Funny how the pics fell!
Hi and thx for vids you do.
thank you sir I just try to make things fun for all.
Really liking your vids so far - and you'll get used to the trolling community here...we have to keep them, there's something in the law about 'equal employment opportunities'.
Just ignore the little fuckers and let them get their lulz elsewhere...
hi DB, nice to meet ya.
TY for the comment. "fire with fire" you say, i liked Haydens assertion that "many large fires can be stopped by a few smaller fires" or however it went.
have yourself a great week bud, see ya in the threads. cheers!
dude.that comment was classic
Thanks DB For The Nice Comment On My Last Vid..Stay Cool Bro.. BTW, You Need A Vid Out Soon.
Just checkin in to see how you are Dirtyberd,hope your well Buddy.
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