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    OC in Moses Lake

    Lunch at Burger King, no issues.

    I pull into the Shell station next door to check the air pressure cause the handling is a bit off on the freeway. It's 14 degrees and I'm freezing as I check the air in the truck tires, turns out my right rear has only 20lbs in it. As I'm checking the air a deputy pulls up next to me and asks "what's with the gun?" I look over my shoulder and reply "Article 1 Section 24 of our state constitution." He chuckles and asks what kind of 1911 I'm carrying and I replied with the make & model and he bids me a good day and be safe on the roads.

    Tacoma to Spokane got snow BTW. In some places there was only one lane on I-90.

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    What a classic answer, I like that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by M1Gunr View Post
    "what's with the gun?" I look over my shoulder and reply "Article 1 Section 24 of our state constitution."
    I will have to try and use that one more often. Welcome back to Spokaloo M1Gunr. It's supposed to warm up Fri and Sat if you want to try and get some guys together to shoot while your in town.

    Let me know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by M1Gunr View Post
    ...a deputy pulls up next to me and asks "what's with the gun?" I look over my shoulder and reply "Article 1 Section 24 of our state constitution."
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    Quote Originally Posted by M1Gunr View Post
    Lunch at Burger King, no issues.

    I pull into the Shell station next door to check the air pressure cause the handling is a bit off on the freeway. It's 14 degrees and I'm freezing as I check the air in the truck tires, turns out my right rear has only 20lbs in it. As I'm checking the air a deputy pulls up next to me and asks "what's with the gun?" I look over my shoulder and reply "Article 1 Section 24 of our state constitution." He chuckles and asks what kind of 1911 I'm carrying and I replied with the make & model and he bids me a good day and be safe on the roads.

    Tacoma to Spokane got snow BTW. In some places there was only one lane on I-90.
    Ummm, you can only drive in 1 lane, right?

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    It's supposed to warm up Fri and Sat if you want to try and get some guys together to shoot while your in town.
    I'm all for it, IF it warms up. 6 degrees tonight at dinner.

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    Just got home from running some errands and the car said there was no temperature

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    I get out to Moses Lake about three times a year for meetings and have never had an issue. Been to Walmart, the Elk's Lodge, KFC, Safeway, Perkins, Best Western, the antique stores downtown, the surplus store (where I got a great deal on two USGI M-14 magazines), the Burger King, and Baskin Robbins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heresolong View Post
    I get out to Moses Lake about three times a year for meetings and have never had an issue. Been to Walmart, the Elk's Lodge, KFC, Safeway, Perkins, Best Western, the antique stores downtown, the surplus store (where I got a great deal on two USGI M-14 magazines), the Burger King, and Baskin Robbins.
    Moses Lake is one of those unique places in WA. Just like Ellensberg, it's where the average driver's bladder reaches it's limit when traveling cross state.
    "If I shoot all the ammo I am carrying I either won't need anymore or more won't help"

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    Quote Originally Posted by amlevin View Post
    moses lake is one of those unique places in wa. Just like ellensberg, it's where the average driver's bladder reaches it's limit when traveling cross state.
    lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kethrinelopez View Post
    Moses Lake is the largest city in Grant County. Moses Lake is part of the Columbia River basin, as Crab Creek is a tributary of the Columbia River. It's Mostly cloudy with a chance of freezing rain or snow. Lows in the upper 20s. Chance of precipitation 20 percent.
    Yeah, can be cold winters. I lived next to Crab Creek as a kid. We kept the rabbit population down as best we could. In 57' it snowed and blew so hard that one side of the tractor was bare ground and the other side was as high as the tractor.Ahh, the good ol' days!

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