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Old 06-20-2011, 04:52 PM   #183
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I'm still amazed by the people who think everyone who got into financial trouble over the last couple years, did it to themselves. We live a very conservative lifestyle, try to save money , not spend money we don't have . Guess what ... We lost our house!!! We bought our house in 1995 for 72k with a modest 600.00 payment, worked to improve it, build equity , made our payments. When my business struggled & we had to struggle to make ends meet, the mortgage company was quick to take it. Don't be so narrow minded to assume everyone else is a dead beat because things worked out for you.
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Old 06-20-2011, 05:25 PM   #184
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I'm still amazed by the people who think everyone who got into financial trouble over the last couple years, did it to themselves. We live a very conservative lifestyle, try to save money , not spend money we don't have . Guess what ... We lost our house!!! We bought our house in 1995 for 72k with a modest 600.00 payment, worked to improve it, build equity , made our payments. When my business struggled & we had to struggle to make ends meet, the mortgage company was quick to take it. Don't be so narrow minded to assume everyone else is a dead beat because things worked out for you.
I assume you are commenting on my ststement as though I was refering to people who got cought when the economy went sour. I'M NOT. I am talking about all the people you and I are supporting out of our taxes. Government employees, welfare recipients, and all the deadbeats that want to tax "The wealthy" which is you and I. No matter how good or bad your financial situation is or how we are struggling to keep what we have, we are still paying taxes on everything. I think Florida just passed a bill that says that you have to take a drug test to collect welfare. I'm sure you can figure whear I stand on that little jewel.
Seeing that this thread is about guns,my comment is.............I'm keeping mine.
Sorry I twisted your tail. It wasn't meant in the vein you felt it was.
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That's fair but if you read what you wrote it sounds pretty general. I'll keep my guns to by the way, thank you very much.
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I'm with Chuck. Think about who makes the most profit on a product. The Govt from taxes.


And you can hide a gun on you in in Missouri if you have a concealed permit but it is also legal to strap a firearm on and wear it in open site without a permit. Make sense?
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Perry, a permit is required for open carry in Missouri,However, most municapalies & some countys don't allow it even with a permit
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I need to correct myself... The state does allow open carry without a permit, however, some citys require a ccw permit to allow open carry , some citys don't allow it at all. Conceal carry requires a permit& no city can deny a permit holder.
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My husband would love to get me a Judge since he said he's done buying jewerly.
No more Diamonds. Wife got a 38 Lady Smith for her birthday. Looks alot better on her.
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That's fair but if you read what you wrote it sounds pretty general. I'll keep my guns to by the way, thank you very much.
Your right, it does sound pretty general. Didn't mean to.
Me too on the Guns !
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No more Diamonds. Wife got a 38 Lady Smith for her birthday. Looks alot better on her.
i got my dw a .357 ladysmith. i put hogue grips on it so it doesn't hurt her hand to shoot it. the rosewood grips are pretty but they don't cover the backstrap.
she shoots .38 low recoil ammo for practice plus a round or 2 of hornady .357 mag. hollow points for effect.
she shoots low recoil .45lc ammo in my ultralite judge some too.
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Dan what low recoil ammo are you using for the .38 if you don't mind
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No permit for open carry in Missouri. Big article in todays post dispatch
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I know, already said that
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My husband would love to get me a Judge since he said he's done buying jewerly.
We have 2 and the 410 shells are lots of fun to shoot. Not that the colt ammo isn't. Get the defender, light and no kick.
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Dan what low recoil ammo are you using for the .38 if you don't mind
we get our low recoil ammo from midway online.
my dw likes the ten-x 105gr .38sp best, 593 fps, 82'# energy.
this is the ammo she will shoot when we take the handgun course at front sight near pahrump, nv. this winter. this will be my second course at front sight and i will shoot my judge again with .45lc low recoil 165gr ammo.
we also shoot winchester 130gr .38sp, 800 fps, 185'# energy.
and winchester super match 148gr .38sp 710 fps, 166'# energy.
by comparison, the hornady .357 mag ammo has 650'# energy. that is a lot of recoil, but manageable for 5 shots or less with the hogue rubber grips that cover the backstrap.
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