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Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by kyussgreen, Jan 23, 2012.

  1. kyussgreen

    kyussgreen Washington State New Member

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    I Do Not Own A Gun. I Have Never Fired A Gun. And I Plan On Resolving Both Very Soon. I Hope I Can Wrap My Head Around The Basics Soon Enough. Washington State Resident. If Anyone Has Pointers On Where I Can Find A Good Deal On A Quality, Reliable Firearm, That Would Be Much Appreciated. Thanks!
     
  2. Just1MoreBlackRifle

    Just1MoreBlackRifle Battle Ground, WA 98604 Member

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    Welcome. Where are you at in Washington?
     
  3. kyussgreen

    kyussgreen Washington State New Member

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    North Of Seattle By A Minute Or Two.
     
  4. pinecenega

    pinecenega oregon coast New Member

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    contact the NRA
     
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  5. sheepdip

    sheepdip Redland Well-Known Member

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    read and NEVER forget the rules of safe gun handling, take the hunters safety course. be safe and have fun.
     
  6. kyussgreen

    kyussgreen Washington State New Member

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    I Don't Live Far From A Gun Range. I Know They Offer Courses And Plan On Enrolling Soon. Thanks For The Heads Up. Quality Reply.
     
  7. Just1MoreBlackRifle

    Just1MoreBlackRifle Battle Ground, WA 98604 Member

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    The closest places in your area I've done business with and would recomend (HIGHLY) is SURPLUS AMMO & ARMS, LLC (in Lakewood) and RAINIER ARMS (in Auburn) both great, knowedgable service. Rainier specializes in high end AR's... not "cheap", but you get what you pay for.

    If your new.... safety training, range time/marksmanship training, being aware of the laws, and actually trying out different makes/models/calibers before you jump straight in are a must. Will save you a lot of $$$ and trouble.

    It's wonderful that you are entering the world of firearms. Freedom, Personal Accounablity, Safety, and Respect.

    Wish you were closer - would happily go over some of the basics with you. Unfortunately I'm in the 'Couve.
     
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