Purchasing a handgun.

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Re: Purchasing a handgun.

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Post by Countryside » Wed May 11, 2016 7:17 pm

My local gunshop would just laugh and ask what color I wanted.


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Post by Dave09 » Thu May 12, 2016 2:52 pm

Mel wrote:Go into a gunstore, purchase a handgun, purchase ammunition, then ask if they sell ski masks.
You forgot to ask if they sell duct tape to....

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Post by Smokey613 » Tue May 17, 2016 10:34 am

The Annoyed Man wrote:
Mel wrote:Go into a gunstore, purchase a handgun, purchase ammunition, then ask if they sell ski masks.
So, you were watching the rerun of Johnny Carson last night with George Carlin on, where that was one of Carlin's jokes? :lol:
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Post by RPBrown » Tue May 17, 2016 11:39 am

Dave09 wrote:
Mel wrote:Go into a gunstore, purchase a handgun, purchase ammunition, then ask if they sell ski masks.
You forgot to ask if they sell duct tape to....
A few years ago during a cool day I was on my motorcycle and had a neoprene mask on to help block the cold wind. I stopped for fuel and while fueling, I thought I would get a small coffee to warm up a little. I walked into the store to get my coffee, walked up to the counter to pay, reached back for my wallet and the clerk put his hands up and started saying don't shoot, take the money. It was then I realized I still had the mask on. I quickly pulled the mask off and assured him I wasnt there to rob him, paid for my coffee and went outside to my bike. As I was putting the pump handle back in place and waiting on my receipt, in comes a police car rather quickly but no lights and sirens. I knew what it was and as the LEO got out of his car I said I bet you are here because of me. He looked at me strange and walked in the store. He then came out and walked to me. He said I should probably start taking my mask off before entering a store. I explained I had just ridden about 300 miles and totally forgot I had it on. We both got a good laugh
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Re: Purchasing a handgun.

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Post by Steve » Mon Jun 06, 2016 12:24 am

RPBrown wrote:A few years ago during a cool day I was on my motorcycle and had a neoprene mask on to help block the cold wind. I stopped for fuel and while fueling, I thought I would get a small coffee to warm up a little. I walked into the store to get my coffee, walked up to the counter to pay, reached back for my wallet and the clerk put his hands up and started saying don't shoot, take the money. It was then I realized I still had the mask on. I quickly pulled the mask off and assured him I wasnt there to rob him, paid for my coffee and went outside to my bike. As I was putting the pump handle back in place and waiting on my receipt, in comes a police car rather quickly but no lights and sirens. I knew what it was and as the LEO got out of his car I said I bet you are here because of me. He looked at me strange and walked in the store. He then came out and walked to me. He said I should probably start taking my mask off before entering a store. I explained I had just ridden about 300 miles and totally forgot I had it on. We both got a good laugh
You probably gave that guy the scare of his life!


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Post by koine2002 » Thu Jun 23, 2016 9:55 am

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IpBBQUTeW9w

One of my favorite videos.

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Post by Pawpaw » Thu Jun 23, 2016 10:00 am

koine2002 wrote:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Zu1Vzf ... arcieWolfe

One of my favorite videos.
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Post by LAYGO » Tue Jul 19, 2016 12:27 pm

Name that series/scene! ;)

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