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Its that easy and should be as long as you pass the background checks. Now as far as readiness there is only one person that can know if and when you are ready to carry and that is you. The only way you gain more confidence is to put rounds down range. 

 

Contrast your experience with those in New York for instance. It takes an act of congress to purchase a weapon there. If you want to carry.......its a long wait........

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Its that easy and should be as long as you pass the background checks. Now as far as readiness there is only one person that can know if and when you are ready to carry and that is you. The only way you gain more confidence is to put rounds down range.

 

Contrast your experience with those in New York for instance. It takes an act of congress to purchase a weapon there. If you want to carry.......its a long wait........

+1 Criminals don't take classes, though I agree in there should be maybe free or reduced price classes for new gun owners to entice them to do so. I sure would like to take some and I already have my first pistol. Same deal with me with getting motorcycle having never taken a course because of how expensive it was/is, it's a risk I chose to take but I still value what the classes teach and want to go over the summer to do both a gun course and a motorcycle course

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Its that easy and should be as long as you pass the background checks. Now as far as readiness there is only one person that can know if and when you are ready to carry and that is you. The only way you gain more confidence is to put rounds down range.

 

Contrast your experience with those in New York for instance. It takes an act of congress to purchase a weapon there. If you want to carry.......its a long wait........

+1 Criminals don't take classes, though I agree in there should be maybe free or reduced price classes for new gun owners to entice them to do so. I sure would like to take some and I already have my first pistol. Same deal with me with getting motorcycle having never taken a course because of how expensive it was/is, it's a risk I chose to take but I still value what the classes teach and want to go over the summer to do both a gun course and a motorcycle course

 

Here you go gents take a read through this. 

Ar_Marks_Un_Pistol_Train_Guide.pdf

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Got my new optic, a Mako Group imported Meprolight Tru-Dot RDS (Israeli Defense Force and Meprolight developed Milspec RDS).

 

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Specs:
Eye Relief: Unlimited
Field of View: Unlimited
Magnification: True 1X

Parallax Free
Window Dimensions: 33mm x 22mm
Reticle Size: 1.8 MOA
Length: 4.3 inches
Height: 2.55 inches
Width: 2.1 inches
Weight: 9.5 oz.
Waterproof Depth: 20 Meters
Operating Temp Range: -40

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Haven't even shot my new S&W SD9ve yet, but just got my apex trigger setup for it. First round will go down range with a better trigger than stock. I am also going to the wanemacher gun show in Tulsa Oklahoma tomorrow so I may have some new toys to post. I am thinking of trading or selling my .30 carbine for something else.

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Haven't even shot my new S&W SD9ve yet, but just got my apex trigger setup for it. First round will go down range with a better trigger than stock. I am also going to the wanemacher gun show in Tulsa Oklahoma tomorrow so I may have some new toys to post. I am thinking of trading or selling my .30 carbine for something else.

What do you have that shoots .30 carbine? M1?

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Yup I got an m1 carbine made by National Ordnance in 1968 or 69

Nice, I have a universal m1 I inherited from my grandpa...unfortunately other than the look and the fact it shoots .30carbine, it doesn't actually share any of the internals of the real M1 so it's pretty weird.

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Welp bought the Sig Sauer P290RS today at the gun show for $485.

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I didn't trade the M1 carbine either, so now I have the sig, s&w SD9ve, and my M1 lol

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Looks a lot like a Beretta Nano. 

 

Spent some time walking the sights in at 25 yards this afternoon on the AR-15's. I think we finally got them close.  These are just with a bench rest no bag. 

 

No the pink one is not mine! 

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