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Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by etrain16, Sep 13, 2013.

  1. etrain16

    etrain16 Oregon Bronze Supporter Bronze Supporter

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    I just wanted to share something that happened to me. I was at JCGC to do a little target practice before work today. I finished my shooting and went into the restroom to wash up. While I was finishing up, my phone rang and I got distracted. I ended up leaving my wedding ring on the counter top in the restroom. I didn't notice it was gone until I got to work. At that point, I couldn't go back as I had people waiting on me. I called and left a message for the club, but since they're not there on site all the time, I knew I may not hear back for awhile.

    Now I was a bit worried that it would be gone. But I also knew that the only folks in there were fellow gun folks. I've always believed the pro-gun folks to be good people. That put me more at ease than if I'd left my ring in a Fred Meyer restroom.

    A few hours later, I got a chance to go back and look for it. To my great relief, the ring was right there - someone had taped it to the towel dispenser, no doubt in the hope that the owner would return to claim it.

    I've got to say, I really appreciate the person that did that for me. It just reminds me that the gun folks are good folks. Too bad the anti-gun groups can't see us that way.

    So, to whoever did that at JCGC this morning, thank you! It is greatly appreciated.:thumbup: