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hey all ,,Dave here from historic Bucks county Pa,, Not new to shooting but i have not got the guns out in a long time until recently ,, Got em all cleaned up and bought a few traded a few and joined an outdoor range Pretty much just handgun shooting at present << Im not great shot but i like getting out there Currently have S=W j frame ,Ruger 1911. A Makarov9x18 and just added a police traded sig p226 ,, I put 100 rounds of 40cal thru it the other day and i like shooting it as much as the 1911 It feels like quality . I am not expert but it looks well manitained and not much wear on the inards with usual scuffs from holster wear .Its my first double stack..Would have got 9mm but the deals seem to be on the 40 cal at my favorite surplus store. Oh wait this is supposed to be introduction about me right ? Im a retired union ironworker thats enjoying doing what ever i please . Ive been retired 6 years and just love grandkids, family, a little freshwater fishing .reading and guns , Look foward to chatting with you and of course learning stuff here Thanks for accepting me into your group !

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Welcome and feel free to talk about your weapons anytime!


Nowhere to go but all day to get there
 
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Welcome to the forum from S/W PA.


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Hello. I am a retired Union Ironworker also.
 
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Hello and welcome to the forum from Georgia.



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Welcome and feel free to talk about your weapons anytime!
OK NMDave ,, i have four handguns a S=W 642 a great pocket carry but only 5 shots A new ruger SR1911 Long time since ive owned a 1911 i almost forgot how sweet they are .. Recently traded for police surplus Sig 226 40 cal and Glock 22 which is also 40 cal Minimal wear and they both shoot good .. Looking to aquire a baby glock to add to my j-frame for CC.. Thanks for asking and thanks for welcome
 
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Hey Ironworker When you say Nva are you meaning DC area? I worked there about 85-86 it was very busy Hope you are enjoying retirement as much as i do Thanks for the welcome
 
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Hey Ironworker When you say Nva are you meaning DC area? I worked there about 85-86 it was very busy Hope you are enjoying retirement as much as i do Thanks for the welcome


Do you remember who you worked for? We had a lot of boomers back then. D.C frequently has work when no one else does.
 
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Hello. I am a retired Union Ironworker also.
Hey Ironworker When you say Nva are you meaning DC area? I worked there about 85-86 it was very busy Hope you are enjoying retirement as much as i do Thanks for the welcome
I worked a few blocks from the US capital blding where the trains come in for a guy named "Steamboat" putting in mezanine steel for a shopping center underground A guy named Tommy Trigger also Worked Tyson Corner area forv Harmon Glass too

Do you remember who you worked for? We had a lot of boomers back then. D.C frequently has work when no one else does.
 
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Hello. I am a retired Union Ironworker also.
Hey Ironworker When you say Nva are you meaning DC area? I worked there about 85-86 it was very busy Hope you are enjoying retirement as much as i do Thanks for the welcome
I worked a few blocks from the US capital blding where the trains come in for a guy named "Steamboat" putting in mezanine steel for a shopping center underground A guy named Tommy Trigger also Worked Tyson Corner area forv Harmon Glass too

Do you remember who you worked for? We had a lot of boomers back then. D.C frequently has work when no one else does.


The train station is Union Station. Steamboat just passed. I also worked for Harmon, but never around Tyson's Corner.
 
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RIP Mr Steamboat !
 
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