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BINGO!


Just happened to read an article yesterday on HK's latest financial woes and a licensing agreeement with an Iranian interest was mentioned - so a stab in the dark lol.


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Stamp finally came in so the M11/9mm family could be united after a 353 day wait ...

My FFL had their inspection while the transferable FA was incarcerated ... agent said he couldn't reveal the details but this one (on the right) had been in and out of the system 10 times prior to my purchase.

I'm not sure of the DOM, but 10 owners in the last 32+ years ... this one toy had benifited the government $2200 if NFA Fees!



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You rang?

 
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Nice collection of Bell/Western Electric(?) equipment. My Dad used the green desktop dial phone (lower right in picture) until he passed in 2001. It always brought back childhood memories whenever I visited him.
 
 
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At the range with my grandson today, visiting us for awhile during school holidays.

He took to the P320 X5 real quick, "it's easy with a red dot pop"...25 meter target.



Ruger GP100


Chinese Type 81 7.62x39


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Very cool Newf! I sure would like to get my oldest grandson to start shooting. Someday I think he would enjoy this 9mm semi auto PDW.

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Very cool Newf! I sure would like to get my oldest grandson to start shooting. Someday I think he would enjoy this 9mm semi auto PDW.


I'm sure mine would lol! And thanks Smile


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M4 (LE6933) + M4(96D) in front of "targets" my wife said I "MUST NEVER SHOOT!"


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1860 Colt Army Model with color case hardened frame and loading rod.
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Hug Point just south of Cannon Beach, OR



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My new found friend (albeit short lived) from my morning walk...enjoy your day above ground...flying around, making loud noises, chasing other Cicada guys or gals and the mating, especially the mating Wink...if I'm still around in 7 years, I'll be listening out for your kids (they will sound like summer)...so long "July Fly"...your landing on me this morning made my day...thank you Smile...



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It's nice living near a deserted coastline, other that for a few grazing cattle anyway lol.






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