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Old 05-24-2012, 07:34 PM   #29
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Heard that story, still good!
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This is warming up nicely. Breaking out the popcorn...
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Our Glocks are strictly for target shooting - the paper kind. I do have a 410 that is a good snake (poisonious kind only) eliminator.
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Old 05-25-2012, 08:19 AM   #33
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Our Glocks are strictly for target shooting - the paper kind. I do have a 410 that is a good snake (poisonious kind only) eliminator.
I've known some two legged snakes that were pretty poisonous.
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Old 05-25-2012, 10:14 AM   #34
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Anyone carrying a hand gun in the RV should consider frangible ammo, This ammo disperses its energy in the first mass it hits, will not penetrate multiple walls and kill you neighbor. Also does not ricochet it disintegrates. Will penetrate a human body approximately 7 -8" .
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Old 05-26-2012, 12:49 AM   #36
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How come Rver stories of gun use against danger isn't usually heard of?
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Can anyone suggest to me what I should do with my handgun if I want to travel through Canada to Alaska?

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Ship it from a FFL to another FFL in Alaska or leave it at home.
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Ship it from a FFL to another FFL in Alaska or leave it at home.
We want to go on the road full time , I am a retired LEO , under federal law I can carry in all Of the US, so when I go to Alaska, I will declare a hunting shotgun, but. I need suggestions on what to do with the handgun until I return to the US. I have thought about a store & Lock or something like that.
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I have shipped from mainland dealer to one in AK. I have also rented a safe deposit box in a bank at a border town and used it for storage while traveling in Canada. Once, when coming back at a different point than exiting, I shipped to a dealer at the town where we planned to return. I have never done so, but I have been told that some dealers in border towns have storage available.
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I have shipped from mainland dealer to one in AK. I have also rented a safe deposit box in a bank at a border town and used it for storage while traveling in Canada. Once, when coming back at a different point than exiting, I shipped to a dealer at the town where we planned to return. I have never done so, but I have been told that some dealers in border towns have storage available.
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Things have improved a little in regards to taking hand guns through Canada. It appears that if you are willing to do the 'required' paper work prior to getting to the border, one can take a hand gun through Canada. I for one have not done this but summer I was told by Canadian border personnel that it can be done.
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