and one more pic:
This is a discussion on My new .45 carry gun, AR-15, and boxer puppy pics :D within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; This is my second post on this forum, the first being over in the intro section. I recently picked up a Glock 36 .45 to ...
This is my second post on this forum, the first being over in the intro section. I recently picked up a Glock 36 .45 to carry everyday along with a Galco holster. Here are some pics:
And here are some pics of the AR-15 I just pieced together.
it consists of:
Smith & Wesson Lower
DPMS lower parts kit
Rock River Arms Upper
Dominator 2 mount
UTG Quad Rails
Grip with Bipod
UTG 6 position collapsible stock
My dog wants to start carrying as well:
Thanks for looking
Very sweet combo. there. I think you have ""almost" any contingency covered there also.. Enjoy them
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Glock27/ KaBar TDI/ MTAC Holster. I have more also, but this combination works well..
Sweet pics....good choices.
Nice guns, and nice camo job on the pup!! LOL
Boxer! I have one too! Year and a half,goofy as all boxers are
Nice post, and great looking pup! He looks chronically worried.
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I see someone got their tax returns! Nice rifle. I pieced one my own Mutt AR's together not too long ago. Congrats on the new Glock, and the pup.
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Awesome pics, and nice dog.
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Thanks for the comments. My boxer puppy is 9 months old and she is an awesome dog. I have been working with her since about 6 weeks to have her well behaved. She can now sit, shake (alternating hands), lay down, roll over, back up, speak, count, growl, jump up, twirl in a circle, and a few more other small ones. All by verbal command or hand signal.
The Glock has about 60 rounds through it now. The first 50 were to take the CHL test. I was a bit nervous to take the test with a new gun I have never fired but it performed flawlessly. Once I fired the first shot at 3 yrds in the perfect center, I knew it was going to be ok.
The AR only has a little over 100 rounds through it as of now. I have been considering doing the 22 conversion for it so I don't blow so much money when I go to the range. I hate flying through a magazine and saying, "there goes $15."
Better teach your pup better trigger discipline. Looks like his paw is inside the trigger guard