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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Just Jim, Jan 16, 2015.
Nothing out there for sale is interesting.
I resemble that remark
No wonder my clothes feel sticky after washing them
No really, I keep looking at all the guns and stuff for sale and they are not interesting. I must just be getting old. There just doesn't seem to be any real treasures up for sale.
Even the high dollar stuff here doesn't ring a bell anymore. Be nice to see some good old guns come along or some historic stuff. All that seems to be for sale is new stuff the guys cast off. Guess you are right, I need to find another place to shop.
I used to covet NFA. While watching NFA shooting got depressed over the waste of ammo.
I used to covet beautiful figure in a riflestock, my fore end warped, $ down the drain.
I used to covet a service rifle collection, then I realized I'd have to show it off.
I recall box of .22 for $.25, gallon of regular for $.35. 30.06 hunting rounds $5 box.
I get satisfaction in competing in 3-Gun, Nice folks of all ages.
Not much to covet out there just saying
All of your get up and go
Got up and left . . .
When it seems like there is only a week or two between one Christmas and New Years to the Next,
Christmas and New Years.
When you go into the kitchen and can't remember what you went after.
I don't get the keys and firearms one. Help me
When your trying to figure out why she named herself lady gaga.
The Taurus family of semi-auto pistols feature the Taurus Security System, which provides instant-ready defense with built-in ability to secure your pistol and make it inoperable at the turn of a key. When the Security System is engaged, the pistol cannot be fired or cocked and the gun's manual safety cannot be disengaged.
As with our revolver Security System, the device is part of the firearm and cannot be lost, and the same special Security Key works for both the revolver and pistol Systems (two keys come with each gun).
New cars don't need keys (just a fob in your pocket) and new pistols have keyed trigger locks.
Welcome to the hereafter..........
your firearms don't have keys but your car/truck does.
Should be your firearms HAVE keys but your car/truck does not I suppose.
I know I'm the most low in intelligence on this site, no question.
But wouldnt it be the opposite?
When guns have keys, but cars and trucks don't.
Or am high?
No wonder my brain isn't working.
Went out to the Albany lions club show to set up my table and saw some stuff that interested me.
When you got to the bathroom, and forgot what you came in there for