Personal Protection and Recreational Goals for 2006

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    I'd like to get a 1911

    Training I'd like to attend one of the Suarez classes.
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    An accurate 1911, .22 handgun, a shotgun suitable for clays, a lever action (just because) and a suitable gun safe.

    Get into shape, lose some lbs, get back into martial arts.

    Start writing a book I've been toying around with.

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    Big plans for 2006: RETIRE - after 40+ years doing the same +%$^&#@* thing, it's time to start having some fun. I have too many (safe queen) guns, and a lot of them are going away - keeping just the basic minimum. Will be spending a lot of time with a fishing pole, metal detecting, snake hunting, and playing with the livestock.

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    I hope to start on the new house. I've got 2 stripped ar15 lowers to build, will probably sbr 1 of them . Would also like to get LRB Arms M14s reciever and use up some M14 parts.

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    Join a pistol range and SHOOT! Hopefully about 400-500 rounds a month or more, budget permitting.
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    I will continue to build muscle memory through more training, did I say more training, after I train, train some more.
    Your weapon is only as good as your training and you must be well trained and skilled in all aspects of defensive tactics.
    Like the name of this site, Combat Carry you must be prepared, be skilled and win.

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    I plan on continuing to improve weak hand shooting and reloading. I am just not there yet...other than that, I'll probably do a little re-arranging of the gun herd here as well. Good New Year to you and the rest of the forum...
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    In 2006,

    I don't plan on any major firearm purchases, unless a Springfield M1A SOCCOM 16 comes my way at a really great price.

    I would like to attend the C&S Gunsmithing School.

    I would like to go to Thunder Ranch....even if it is no longer in Texas!

    I would like to spend more time shooting ALL my firearms which means I will need to perform MORE reloading!

    I want to loose about 50-75lbs this year and move some of the width from my waist back into my chest and arms.

    I will pray more, that all of us here, NEVER need to use our CCW, or any other firearm, in defense of our lives or those of anyone else.

    That just about sums up my personal goals for 2006! Good luck to you all and I hope 2006 is 110% better for you than 2005 was.
    The only thing needed for evil to exist is for good men to stand by and do nothing!!!

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    Couple of guns not all sure what but at least a 625 smith and probley a Glock 22..

    Some more shooting

    maybe a advanced ccw class or 2

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    I plan on firing up my forge again in 2006 make some more knives and other art work to sell. I have my eyes set on a few more leveractions(like the one Bettys looking at). Also could use a few more 1911's. Got a lot of art to do.

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