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Welcome to the forum. A wealth of information on this site.
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Posts: 21 | Location: Boston | Registered: October 04, 2020Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Welcome SiggiGirl.
I’m glad you are getting instruction and learning things the right way. Need anything? Just ask.
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Welcome. What's stopping you from owning a firearm now or in the near future?


Well, I see that you are from Texas. Here in Mass, we need a firearm license and that is taking about 3-4 months. I can't buy one with out that paper.

Once that process is completed, I hope to buy a Sig 320.

I just read you get the privilege of paying the State of MA $100 every six years to exercise your 2nd Amendment right.

https://www.mass.gov/info-deta...-fees,-and-renewals-

Sorry, but the concept of paying to exercise a right makes Texans' heads explode.
"Shall not be infringed"!!! Mad
 
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Greetings from the Granite State! Welcome Aboard! Cool


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Welcome. What's stopping you from owning a firearm now or in the near future?

Well, I see that you are from Texas. Here in Mass, we need a firearm license and that is taking about 3-4 months. I can't buy one with out that paper.

Once that process is completed, I hope to buy a Sig 320.

Hopefully P320's will be a little easier to find 'once that process is completed' as most gun stores can't keep up with the demand and they NOT In Stock anywhere currently! What gun did you shoot at your Sig Academy classes, or did you get to 'test drive' a few? Wink

My wife took Handgun 101, 102 & 103, all in one weekend a while back....Actually 2014, so NO kidding, a while! It was a 'Women Only' weekend, including the Instructors, and she REALLY liked it. She shot a P229, as she had only fired DA/SA Hammer fired Pistols previously, and we had NO striker fired Pistols at the time. That has since changed, and I'm now a big fan of the P320, my Go-Go-Gadget Pistol. Razz

She just renewed her Pistol Permit and she'd like to go back for more training soon. We plan to get to the range in the near future to determine which configuration of the P320 she's most comfortable with, and she'll bring a personal gun with her this time around! Cool


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Posts: 4154 | Location: New Hampshire | Registered: October 29, 2011Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Welcome from the NH Seacoast. Sure is nice having the Pro Shop and Academy just a short drive away. Have you looked at joining any of the local clubs?

Yes, being within an hour of Sig Academy is the best!

I am looking into a gun club because I want to shot consistently and get better. Suggestions?


I have personal knowledge of Exeter Sportsmans Club, Piscataqua Fish & Game and Country Pond Fish & Game. I have friends who belong to some others as well. Feel free to drop me an email if you want further info.


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Welcome from flyover country. I was born near you (south of Woo-stah) but left the state about 60 years ago. I sure do miss genuine fried clams!
 
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Welcome from New Mexico and former Burlington MA resident!
 
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Welcome. What's stopping you from owning a firearm now or in the near future?


Well, I see that you are from Texas. Here in Mass, we need a firearm license and that is taking about 3-4 months. I can't buy one with out that paper.

Once that process is completed, I hope to buy a Sig 320.


Despite my family, property and other close ties to MA, I will never become a resident of that state again. Far too socialist for my taste.




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That is one of the many reasons I did not go back to Mass. Here you can be in and out with a firearm in less than an hour! Plus the weather is a lot nicer out here!Just need a beach!
 
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Welcome. What's stopping you from owning a firearm now or in the near future?

Well, I see that you are from Texas. Here in Mass, we need a firearm license and that is taking about 3-4 months. I can't buy one with out that paper.

I only used the P320. I hope to purchase one after the license has been granted. which will most likely be around early 2021. I enjoyed the P320. My step son suggested a barrette , but i like the weight of the 320. it felt right in my hand.

Once that process is completed, I hope to buy a Sig 320.

Hopefully P320's will be a little easier to find 'once that process is completed' as most gun stores can't keep up with the demand and they NOT In Stock anywhere currently! What gun did you shoot at your Sig Academy classes, or did you get to 'test drive' a few? Wink

My wife took Handgun 101, 102 & 103, all in one weekend a while back....Actually 2014, so NO kidding, a while! It was a 'Women Only' weekend, including the Instructors, and she REALLY liked it. She shot a P229, as she had only fired DA/SA Hammer fired Pistols previously, and we had NO striker fired Pistols at the time. That has since changed, and I'm now a big fan of the P320, my Go-Go-Gadget Pistol. Razz

She just renewed her Pistol Permit and she'd like to go back for more training soon. We plan to get to the range in the near future to determine which configuration of the P320 she's most comfortable with, and she'll bring a personal gun with her this time around! Cool
 
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