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PostPosted: Fri May 18, 2007 11:47 pm 
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8) :shock: I understand!

So tell me Hukk, How do they put the Cherry in Cherry Coke? :mrgreen:


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MITCH RAPP wrote:
8) :shock: I understand!

So tell me Hukk, How do they put the Cherry in Cherry Coke? :mrgreen:


:shock: :oops: :oops: Ahem, well, uuh, good question, do you have a picture, worth a 1,000 words. I have lots of thoughts on that. :roll:

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8) Hukk; You know how much I love to Post pictures but to protect the

Women, Children and Ken, I must control myself and leave it to your

imagination! :mrgreen:


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:shock: :shock: :shock:
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
I just said it all. :lol:
Some times we can go just soo far. Then it is better left un said... :wink:

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Heres my EDC. I also carry a Colt Stainless Pony 380 sometimes. Slips right in the pocket and no one knows it's there. Fortunately, Michigan passed a right to carry law several years ago and all law abiding citizens can legally carry. They also passed a law that if your home is broken into or you are being car jacked you can shoot to kill. You just have to be in fear of your life. The CZ 9mm, is a great gun. Excellent trigger pull and the factory sights are great. I've had several Colt 45's, and a Glock, but this gun is my favorite.


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8) Jim; Those sound like 2 very Good Laws to me! ::tu:: Do you think

we will ever have those 2 Laws passed in California? :wink: :mrgreen:


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Probably not in our lifetime. I was surprised it all came about with a Democrat for Govenor. Most of my friends and co-workers carry now. I've had a CCW, for the past ten years. Working in a Forensic Center which is a prison for the criminally insane certainly helped. When I went in front of the gun board, they didn't even ask why I wanted one. The county prosecutor just said where I worked at and everyone said yes. Now, people don't even have to go in front of a gun board. They just fill out a one page form declaring that they've never been mentally ill, and pay their $100.00. They also take a CCW class. Permits are good for five years. Move to Michigan is my advice.


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Location: Arizona, right here in the U.S. of A.
Most of Arizona has become pretty sofpistic...er, cosmospolly...er, "modernized" I guess. :cry:
However, we can still carry a firearm openly... ::nod:: ...and only if you wish to carry concealed, do you need a permit. I for one, sure hope that never changes, as it would just signify further erosion of individual choice.

Sigh. ::tired::

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today my EDC is a jason jack Raptor (talonite blade and carbon fiber)
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and a little SAK victorinox Mini-Champ (sorry no picture for this)


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I've been changing my EDC knives lately. For the past yr, I carry a kahr PM9, recently a Kel-Tec P-32 as a BUG, a Benchmade 210 Activator as a kneck knife, & changing my main knife every few weeks.

Right now, it's Buck/Strider 882, but I'll probably start carrying the Benchmade HK 14250S. I'm picking up a few nice knives that I'll probably put in the rotation. For most of the last 8 yrs, my knife EDC was an Emerson CQC7.

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today two Pat Crawford Standard Knives :

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MITCH RAPP wrote:
8) Jim; Those sound like 2 very Good Laws to me! ::tu:: Do you think

we will ever have those 2 Laws passed in California? :wink: :mrgreen:


Unfortunately, no. There are some counties that are easier to obtain a CCW from, but it's not L.A. county.

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Here is my EDC:
A Jens Anso Rebel
A Charles May Fireant
A McGizmo McLuxIII PD

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my everyday EDC RAT-3 & LM wave


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Buck Quest and Spyderco Delica. :lol:


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