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    I picked up a good deal today. IThis picture is with a couple of my favorites and a Blammy Shell.

    Should make a good OC GUN



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    Nice family.

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    I wonder if I can rechamber it to 444?

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    Which one is the new one?

    Momma bear, poppa bear or baby bear?

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    The Baby Boomer

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    peter nap wrote:
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    A knife is said to be OCd (not concealed) when clipped to your pocket.

    So my question is - would a baby boomer be CC or OC when carried in the same fashion?

    I have such a clip on mine, Joe does too. That would make it a wheel gun with a clip would it not?

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    Grapeshot wrote:
    peter nap wrote:
    The Baby Boomer
    A knife is said to be OCd (not concealed) when clipped to your pocket.

    So my question is - would a baby boomer be CC or OC when carried in the same fashion?

    I have such a clip on mine, Joe does too. That would make it a wheel gun with a clip would it not?

    Yata hey
    The Mini Derringers are questionable GS. As long as it can be clearly identified as a GUN. It's OK.

    The ruleing about disguising a gun, involved a NAM in a belt buckle. Further, the ATF ruled the grips the gun could fold into were AOW's.

    A gun clipped on a pocket with enough showing to clearly identify it, should be OK.

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    peter nap wrote:
    Grapeshot wrote:
    peter nap wrote:
    The Baby Boomer
    A knife is said to be OCd (not concealed) when clipped to your pocket.

    So my question is - would a baby boomer be CC or OC when carried in the same fashion?

    I have such a clip on mine, Joe does too. That would make it a wheel gun with a clip would it not?

    Yata hey
    The Mini Derringers are questionable GS. As long as it can be clearly identified as a GUN. It's OK.

    The ruleing about disguising a gun, involved a NAM in a belt buckle. Further, the ATF ruled the grips the gun could fold into were AOW's.

    A gun clipped on a pocket with enough showing to clearly identify it, should be OK.
    I agree and think such looks more like a knife; therefore not readily identifiable.

    Was just working towards the "revolver with a clip" thing.

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    The top piece looks like a ruger new model single six .22 that came with interchangeable cylinders for .22LR and .22Win Mag.

    My father got one as a young man and passed it on to me about 3 and a half years ago. I love that revolver.

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    wtf is a blammy shell

    looks nifty

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    Nice ....

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    IfI remember his particular "blammy" is .45-70.
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    Beerme wrote:
    wtf is a blammy shell

    looks nifty
    Custom home brew that the mad scientist know as Peter Nap makes from brass .410 casings.

    He is also a well known for his efforts in alchemy.

    Yata hey
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    Grapeshot wrote:
    Beerme wrote:
    wtf is a blammy shell

    looks nifty
    Custom home brew that the mad scientist know as Peter Nap makes from brass .410 casings.

    He is also a well known for his efforts in alchemy.

    Yata hey
    He is known for his efforts in dislocating/breaking his shoulder as well. :P

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