retired Texas Ranger from West Texas. Used to be a firearms instructor, retired, then had a motorcycle accident which messed me up a lot. Cant hold my pistol correctly anymore. Had to do a lot of readjusting. anyone here having any of the same problems?
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Love Texas Rangers and lore. Used to have a Texas Ranger as a neighbor. His eldest son was a few days older than our eldest son and they played together as children.
He obtained a copy of Walter Prescott Webb's "The Texas Rangers" from the annual Ranger get-together, signed by all the rangers in the companies. This would have been 25 years ago. Wonder if you signed my book?
Warm greetings from The Great State of Texas. Welcome to D.C.com. Where the majority of its members strongly believe in the 2nd Amendment and doing away with the infringements recklessly tied to it through history.
Texas, One of eight States refusing to label college campuses, "Gun Free Zones." One of the few areas of our Nation which continues to allow it's gun owner's to carry more than an empty gun and one bullet in their pocket. In Texas, it is an everyday occurrence to see a horse tied to a post downtown with the owners loaded long gun hanging off the saddle and no one will touch it, other than it's owner. Okay, obviously one of the above three statements referring to Texas is not exactly true any longer.
Enjoy your time at D.C. .com. You are among good people here.:smile:
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