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    I had the the last few days all by myself as my wife was out of town and had the time to go whenever and wherever I wanted.

    Friday I went to a not very busy Costco and walked around again and after the walkabout I sat down for my Polish and Vanilla French Icecream Bar AGAIN. I carried my Kimber in the Serpa.

    Later in the Evening I went to Ab's for their delicious Fat Boy Burger and Shake, OCing Of course.

    Saturday I went to Cabelas and Carried my 44Mag in the Triple K Deluxe Rooster Rig and walked around for about 1 hour looking at stuff and NOBODY asked or rushed up. Later during the day a friend and I went to IKEA I OCed and we walked around for about 1-1.5 hour. Before going home we bought some Goodies downstair. No Stares, nobody rushing to hide themselves, no Police/Swat. Not Even Management/employee.

    Sunday morning we went back to IKEA and I OCed again. We went back for the Egg/Shrimp Sandwich in their Restaurant and found out that we were an half an hour to early for it and sat down to have their small breakfast plate. After the Breakfast we walked around for another 1 - 1.5 in a very empty IKEA cuz it's at 11 in the morn.

    Nothing special just a Brief Report of an Uneventful OC experience where I've never OCed before ( except for Costco where I've OCed before ).


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    cool! i hope im as brave as you lol... the thing isss... i dont look 18, i look more like 16 (moms 4'10 hahaha) so im stuck with my 5'5-5'6 height, and a young lookin face, so when a cop asks me for my I.D. ill hear "is this a fake drivers license?" lmao

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    UTOC-45-44 wrote:
    Later in the Evening I went to Ab's for their delicious Fat Boy Burger and Shake, OCing Of course.
    MMMMM.... Fat Boy!!! What a great burger. Why wasn't I invited???

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    Later during the day a friend and I went to IKEA I OCed and we walked around for about 1-1.5 hour. Before going home we bought some Goodies downstair. No Stares, nobody rushing to hide themselves, no Police/Swat. Not Even Management/employee.
    My IKEA trip was uneventful as well, so was the shopping experience. Nearly everything they sell appeals to "The Masses". What ever happened to originality?
    "An armed society is a polite society. Manners are good when one may have to back up his acts with his life." Robert A. Heinlein

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    HEY KEVIN where ya been?

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    UTOC-45-44 wrote:
    Later in the Evening I went to Ab's for their delicious Fat Boy Burger and Shake, OCing Of course.
    MMMMM.... Fat Boy!!! What a great burger. Why wasn't I invited???

    UTOC-45-44 wrote:
    Later during the day a friend and I went to IKEA I OCed and we walked around for about 1-1.5 hour. Before going home we bought some Goodies downstair. No Stares, nobody rushing to hide themselves, no Police/Swat. Not Even Management/employee.
    My IKEA trip was uneventful as well, so was the shopping experience. Nearly everything they sell appeals to "The Masses". What ever happened to originality?
    Come up next weekend and I get U a Burger on me, since I Cheated you on 1

    http://www.absdrivein.com/

    This is GOOD stuff.

    Hell why not...Bring all the Boys from down there.

    ( I'm married so I can only afford to buy you )



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    dang that looks like good food! (looks like this place in CA called "IN n OUT" and they had AMAZING burgers. if you all wanna get together sometime and go there that would rock! *checks pockets for money*

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    *finds crumpled up money* SCORE!

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    B1ack5mith wrote:
    HEY KEVIN where ya been?
    I had to do the Army Reserve weekend thing. Your tax dollars hard at work. (So I can shoot the .50 M2!)

    "An armed society is a polite society. Manners are good when one may have to back up his acts with his life." Robert A. Heinlein

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    HEY KEVIN where ya been?
    I had to do the Army Reserve weekend thing. Your tax dollars hard at work. (So I can shoot the .50 M2!)
    Why don't you Bring it OCing Sarg...:what:......:celebrate

    Going this Weekend Sarg ???

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    get payed to shoot that thing? THATS THE LIFE!!!



    so a guy emailed me about the ad i posted on KSL.com, i posted a "looking to trade for a hipoint..." and a guy said he has a .380 and a .40, so weel see how this one works!

    (if it DOES work out... which one should i get? the .40 looks like a powerdrill lol)

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    b1ack5mith wrote:
    get payed to shoot that thing? THATS THE LIFE!!!



    so a guy emailed me about the ad i posted on KSL.com, i posted a "looking to trade for a hipoint..." and a guy said he has a .380 and a .40, so weel see how this one works!

    (if it DOES work out... which one should i get? the .40 looks like a powerdrill lol)
    .40 is a better caliber.

    I have heard lately that FBI is turning more to .40 due to penetration power.

    I'd go with the .40 if I was you

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    type in hi point .40, then type in hipoint .380, and look at the diff lol, the .40 looks like a drill lol

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    b1ack5mith wrote:
    type in hi point .40, then type in hipoint .380, and look at the diff lol, the .40 looks like a drill lol
    Well...,I'd rather have a "drill" shooting .40's v.s a "squirt" gun spitting .380's

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    if you plan on carrying it I would get the .380. 40 is just to top heavy.

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    if you plan on carrying it I would get the .380. 40 is just to top heavy.
    I would be like Superman wearing my Denim Shirt and the D**n .380's would bounce of :celebrate.

    Topheavy ??? FBI cant on the Holster can possibly do it

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    Pic of the .40/45 I like the stopping power of the 40 but the hi-point 40 is a huge gun. the .380 is a more "compact" gun. B1ack5mith stated he was a smaller guy, sothe hand cannon that is the .40might not be best.







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    You might be Right xmirage2kx. Sorry

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    true true... a shirt wont stop a .380 tholmao, might make some nice shrapnel tho! yeah the .40 is huge... and id look like a kid with a cling-on dangling off my leg LOL!



    .380 will stop a man though! thats all ya need to do

    (not punch holes in a tank lol)

    but im going to be making a sale of mini discs to someone soon... and it should boost my profits up alot

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    b1ack5mith wrote:
    true true... a shirt wont stop a .380 tholmao, might make some nice shrapnel tho! yeah the .40 is huge... and id look like a kid with a cling-on dangling off my leg LOL!



    .380 will stop a man though! thats all ya need to do

    (not punch holes in a tank lol)

    but im going to be making a sale of mini discs to someone soon... and it should boost my profits up alot
    A thick jacket could potentially stop a 9mm:what:



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    That OK, I am always right.... except for when I am wrong of course



    A thick jacket could stop a .50 if you were lucky enough, but i wouldnt count on it.

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    aim for the legs? XD

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    b1ack5mith wrote:
    aim for the legs? XD
    if by legs you mean head... then sure, but it can be a hard shot.

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    eh, 8 rnd clip (stick a couple mags in yer pocket too ) dude i think u, mirage, and sgt jennings are like my long lost brothers or somethin lol!

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    UTOC-45-44 wrote:
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    B1ack5mith wrote:
    HEY KEVIN where ya been?
    I had to do the Army Reserve weekend thing. Your tax dollars hard at work. (So I can shoot the .50 M2!)
    Why don't you Bring it OCing Sarg...:what:......:celebrate

    Going this Weekend Sarg ???
    We could build a mount and put it on the roof of my car. :what: It sucks just moving it around. The weapon itself weighs 84 pounds, and the tripod weighs 44 pounds. Thats 128 pounds WITHOUT ammo! :shock: Not sure how much a box with 100 rounds weighs, but I do know they don't last very long.

    Going where, AB's? MMMMM.... Fat Boy Burger & Hand cut fries!

    "An armed society is a polite society. Manners are good when one may have to back up his acts with his life." Robert A. Heinlein

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    b1ack5mith wrote:
    dude i think u, mirage, and sgt jennings are like my long lost brothers or somethin lol!
    Apperantly not if you dont know my name! :P
    "An armed society is a polite society. Manners are good when one may have to back up his acts with his life." Robert A. Heinlein

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