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John T

05-04-2013 04:57:33

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Thanks, I have a 9 MM handgun but was thinking of a couple new handguns for the first wife and I to carry for personal protection as we travel across the good ol USA in the Motorhome. I was considering revolvers (dependability when really needed), the Sig Sauer sounds like more then we need but glad the son has a good weapon.

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36 coupe

05-05-2013 04:09:45

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 Re: hey Old, On your recent topics in reply to John T, 05-04-2013 04:57:33  
Crossing the USA with a handgun will get you locked up.My Maine CCW is NG in Mass.

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Scott 730

05-05-2013 06:50:45

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 Re: hey Old, On your recent topics in reply to 36 coupe, 05-05-2013 04:09:45  
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Could you clarify that?? There are federal transport laws to allow interstate travel. Or are you saying you can't carry it on your person?

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05-08-2013 06:48:33

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 Re: hey Old, On your recent topics in reply to Scott 730, 05-05-2013 06:50:45  
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You can transport the gun, but once in a state where your permit is no good, you basically can't touch the gun or you become an instant felon.

You've got to have a (non-resident) concealed carry permit for every state you plan on traveling in with your handgun, or one that the particular state recognizes. Some states do not recognize any other states' CCP.

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Mike (WA)

05-04-2013 11:12:54

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 Re: hey Old, On your recent topics in reply to John T, 05-04-2013 04:57:33  
Best carry pistol IMHO is the Kel-Tec .380. Plenty of punch for short range, and only weighs 7 ounces. You can carry it in a jacket pocket and it isn't obvious that you're carrying.

Went with daughter to look at a couple pickups from private parties- she said the more expensive one was 5 grand, how should she handle the payment? "Take as many hundreds as you're willing to spend." She took 50 hundreds and I took my pistol, just for fun, because you never know what you'll run into. Didn't tell her about that until we got home. Showed it to her- first reaction- "Is that real?" (Its part composite material). After assuring her it was and showing her the ammo, second reaction was "I know what I want for Christmas."

Needn't have worried- seller was a retired school administrator, she's a teacher, they had a good discussion. But you just never know.

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05-04-2013 18:50:35

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 Re: hey Old, On your recent topics in reply to Mike (WA), 05-04-2013 11:12:54  
I have a Ruger LCP .380, which is almost identical to the Kel-Tec. Light and small, but a lot of comfort.

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Paul from MI

05-04-2013 17:35:11

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 Re: hey Old, On your recent topics in reply to Mike (WA), 05-04-2013 11:12:54  
Got to agree about the Kel-Tec .380. Anything in your pocket is lots better than a stone and its so small you'll keep it with you.

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05-04-2013 05:09:29

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 Re: hey Old, On your recent topics in reply to John T, 05-04-2013 04:57:33  
Hard to beat a J-frame S&W in that category. Load it up with +P if you're concerned about the effectiveness of .38Spl.

K-frame Smith is next size bigger, will chamber the .357 round, also a good choice IMHO.

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