Hi Everyone. Glad to be here.
I'm a professor of economics and student of life. I've been carrying for just 3 years in Michigan. I became addicted to semi-automatic pistols since just before that and am having a hard time deciding "how many" is enough. My wife thinks I should be happy with three or four at a time, and I'm leaning towards 6 or 7 since I don't want to get rid of anything I already have and will probably buy myself an HK45c for Christmas this year. Will be setting up an NFA trust soon so I can purchase a couple of suppressors for the HDGs. I have no desire to ever have to discharge in the house without ear protection; too many years of loud rock music have already taken a toll.
Would love to hear from folks about good NFA trust lawyers in Michigan (Not the internet shticks please, I've read them all.) and experiences with 9mm and .45 cans especially on Glock, CZ and HK pistols.
"There is only one basic human right, the right to do as you damn well please. And with it comes the only basic human duty, the duty to take the consequences." ~ P. J. O'Rourke
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