Welcome look forward to seeing ya postmore
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Found this board totally by accident-Enjoying reading it so far. Greetings from the People's Republic of Massachusetts. There are some normal people left here, believe it or not.
I carry either a Glock 23 or a S&W Model 60, depending. Is there anyone else out there who still carries a Model 60? I bought the 60 used from a friend in 1978 and have pretty much carried it for the last.. let's see... carry the one, multiply by six....Holy c***! Twenty-seven years! How'd that happen!?
Well- you're never to old to learn something new. Looking forward to learning a few new tricks in here.
Welcome look forward to seeing ya postmore
Wecome to the Forum from a Northern Brother in NH... I feel for you .down in Ma........I once lived in Wilmington, before making the move north .in 1991........Have you attempted to get your NH Pistol and revolver License yet?? If not..go to NH dept of Safety.in Concord NH.or check out the form online......REAL easy to do.and you get to carry concield in NH as well.....for CHEAP $$$.......looking forward to seeing postings from you.....and BTW...I've carried a S&W 60 (38 and 357 models) for a Very long time.not to mention a vast many other weapons..(Had the "green Card" while in Ma as well.....from 1978 to 94...plus the 01 and 03 FFL)
Welcome from the Peoples Republic of Kalifornia. There are still a few sane people here too.
sdb - I said a welcome I think where you first posted but hey - welcome again !
Chris - P95
NRA Certified Instructor & NRA Life Member.
"To own a gun and assume that you are armed
is like owning a piano and assuming that you are a musician!."
http://www.rkba-2a.com/ - a portal for 2A links, articles and some videos.
sdb, welcome from another PRM inmate!
I hope you enjoy it here. This is a well run forum for CCW issues.
BTW, you might want to take a look at the following:
- www.neshooters.com - opportunities to train with world-class trainers in Tyngsboro, MA. I'm heading off to a Gabe Suarez class on Friday.
- www.northeastshooters.com - a forum dedicated to all aspects of gun ownership, focused on folks in the Northeast corner of the USA.
Welcome aboard from a fellow Model 60 carrier (occasionally, at least).
When you’re wounded and left on Afghanistan’s plains,
And the women come out to cut up what remains,
Just roll to your rifle and blow out your brains,
And go to your God like a soldier.
thanks for the welcome everybody. uudl, where in Kal are you? Back in the mid 90's I lived in the East Bay for a couple of years. I miss the weather out there in the land of fruits and nuts, but the politics were even more liberal there than they are here.
well, again, thanks for the warm welcome, see you all in the funny papers!
Smith & Wesson Model 60
That is one of the classic firearm flavors that will forever be great.
Welcome to the Forum. :unitedsta
Just jump right in...the water is fine...be active...be happy!
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glad to hear that guns arent illegal yet there in Kennedyland.
Welcome to the forum... :RockOn mi
I used to live in Fall River...
Oh My.....you must have known about Jose' Goveia..the Sardine Distributor in Fall River/ New bedford area.. Joe was one of my biggest customers.. He traveled up from that area, to Wilmington ma just to buy guns and stuff from me..Originally Posted by HotGuns
I lived there till I was 6. My Dad was in the Navy stationed at Newport.
That was along time ago.My Mom was born and raised in Boston. Still have kin up there...
Welcome to the forum, sdb29, glad to have you on board.
Coimhéad fearg fhear na foighde; Beware the anger of a patient man.
Hey Hotguns! I'm right down the road from your old neighborhood, over here in New Beffid!Originally Posted by HotGuns
Do they have cawfee milk in Ark? or linguica?
Anybody who got the heck out of Mass has made a wise move. I'm locked in here for another six years, five months and thirteen days, and then we're in the wind too.
I used to go to the zoo in New Bedford. I also lived in Tiverton which wasnt that far down the road.
No coffee milk in Arkansas. I went up to Mass. a few years ago to see my grandmother in Somerset. I bought a gallon of coffee milk back with me. My kids loved it...unfortunately, they hadnt seen it or even heard of it since, its a New England thing I think...
I had forgotten how good it was and could get addicted to it...