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General Firearms Discussion / Re: One gun one knife.
« Last post by Harm on Today at 07:11:26 PM »
Who's Mannix?  ;-)
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General Firearms Discussion / Re: Dear SIG SAUER
« Last post by Harm on Today at 07:10:18 PM »
I wonder at all the people who are rocking them with a regular stock.  Seems I've seen a lot of them
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General Firearms Discussion / Re: One gun one knife.
« Last post by strangelittleman on Today at 06:34:07 PM »
  That's a great Classic set-up you've got there Kaso. The square butt 2"K-frame is a great sidearm. Back in the 1980's I was infrequently issued one from time to time, it had a Tyler T-Grip on it. I really liked it, I felt like Mannix when I had it.  :rotfl
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General Firearms Discussion / Re: One gun one knife.
« Last post by alone on Today at 06:19:32 PM »
I am using the "age card".
Meaning I forgot you told me that when we spoke.

Age has its perks.     ;)
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Strategy and Tactics / Grocery Carts.
« Last post by alone on Today at 06:17:14 PM »
IMO a grocery cart is another tool in the toolbox.

Where I most often go grocery shopping, in  a small town, they have both the regular ones, and the small ones. I really like, prefer, and use the smaller ones. I am single, and while I can often just carry out my groceries, I still use the cart going out to my vehicle.

Now where I reside, I have a lifetime CCW permit/license. My thinking, if you will, works for those whom are denied the right to carry concealed. And yes, in the name of being safe, and all that, one is wise to swallow pride, and use a cart, or cane. No matter age, gender, or how physically fit they are.

-One has a "tool", and distance is your friend.
-If one is CCW-ing, hands are free to access firearm, or cane.

In another thread it came up about using a cane, and many folks, younger balk at this. Another good point is, even though one does need a cane, do not over do the limp, or "seeming in-firmed". BGs check out targets, and prefer to "prey on the weak.'

Yes, when I had been through and recovering from surgeries, the cart made it much easier for me, and often I grimaced in without a cane. It was darn nice having a cart, to make walking in the store, and getting back to vehicle easier.

Oh yeah, maybe just two small plastic bags is all I had. In fact my last visit to grocery store was only 3 bags. The small plastic ones...

Just an idea...


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General Firearms Discussion / Re: Dear SIG SAUER
« Last post by GeorgeHill on Today at 05:39:38 PM »
Yup.
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General Firearms Discussion / Re: One gun one knife.
« Last post by Kaso on Today at 05:36:25 PM »
Kaso,
Looks like something I would do.  ;)
I told you that's what I was carrying.  Not sure if you believed me. :P



Kaso
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General Firearms Discussion / Re: One gun one knife.
« Last post by alone on Today at 05:33:44 PM »
Kaso,
Looks like something I would do.  ;)

Currently a Model 10 snub-nose, with a Case Caliber, lightweight locking knife.
I do prefer carbon steel blades, so I also often have a Case Peanut, yellow handles and CV steel. Then again I may have a Case Slimline Trapper, or Case Sodbuster Jr., again yellow handles and CV blades.

Then again I do sometimes carry a Dozier with a clip, or Kim Breed's "Three Finger knife", or his "neck knife" both of these are custom made, and again have carbon steel blades.

Always knife? Victorinox SD Classic.
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General Firearms Discussion / Re: Dear SIG SAUER
« Last post by Harm on Today at 05:18:48 PM »
With the brace that ACP would not be an SBR correct?  But with a regular stock it is?
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General Firearms Discussion / Re: One gun one knife.
« Last post by Harm on Today at 05:17:41 PM »
Damn Ron - how are you carrying that knife today?
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