Big Ted Is Working Security at the NRA event

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    Big Ted Is Working Security at the NRA event

    Sooooo going to get my picture with him lol

    He is working security today at the event, Mccain will be there as well. Should be high security.

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    "Mccain will be there as well."
    Be sure to thank him for running such a dynamic and powerful campaign.

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    Man, I love the Nuge!

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    Kill it & Grill it.
    Ted's the man, saw the Double live Gonzo concert back in High School.
    Great pro 2A spokesman.

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    Mr. Lukewarm himself (John McCain)

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    Just got back from it. AWESOME show. Didnt meet the nuge, but met the Sarge from Full Metal Jacket at the Glock booth. Nice guy :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by bhaz413 View Post
    Just got back from it. AWESOME show. Didnt meet the nuge, but met the Sarge from Full Metal Jacket at the Glock booth. Nice guy :)
    i heard he liked glocks from someone before.
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    I like Ted. Crazy guy in a normal way.....I think that makes sense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bhaz413 View Post
    Just got back from it. AWESOME show. Didnt meet the nuge, but met the Sarge from Full Metal Jacket at the Glock booth. Nice guy :)
    I believe you mean you met "The Gunny!" He retired an E-7 a Sergeant is an E-5.

    But before anyone splits hairs, he was actually medically discharged as an E-6 (Staff Sergeant). The Corps promoted him to "Honorary" rank of E-7 (Gunnery Sergeant) for his Outstanding Promotion of all things Marine Corps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bhaz413 View Post
    Just got back from it. AWESOME show. Didnt meet the nuge, but met the Sarge from Full Metal Jacket at the Glock booth. Nice guy :)
    R. Lee Ermey, he's a great guy and tells it like it is. You should check out his show Mail Call, you can find all the episodes online. Here is a link to his website. Welcome to R. Lee Ermey.com NOW DROP AND GIVE ME 25!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bark'n View Post
    I believe you mean you met "The Gunny!" He retired an E-7 a Sergeant is an E-5.

    But before anyone splits hairs, he was actually medically discharged as an E-6 (Staff Sergeant). The Corps promoted him to "Honorary" rank of E-7 (Gunnery Sergeant) for his Outstanding Promotion of all things Marine Corps.
    My bad, never was in the military :)

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    I'm not a big Glock fan, so when I saw the line stretching around their booth I just walked past. Now I kind of wish I had stopped to take a look. He signed a picture for one of my buddies last time he was in Iraq, it was kinda a big thing for my buddy. I would have liked to thank him.
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    Yep, I met the Gunny too.

    Got the handshake, got the autograph, got the picture, then showed him the HK P7 on my hip. The sneer was predictible.

    The lineup to see the Nuge went the length of the theater and snaked half way around the front. I passed.
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