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Old 05-21-2012, 05:08 PM   #21
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lol, first time I shot a .410 round from the Judge it had a pretty good recoil! Surprised me! I use the snake shot in it tho mostly. Except in the winter I put the regular rounds in it.
Speaking of .410 shotguns, my first gun was a .410 single shot. I was about 10 or 12 when dad bought it for me, still have it today.
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Old 05-21-2012, 06:35 PM   #22
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Speaking of .410 shotguns, my first gun was a .410 single shot. I was about 10 or 12 when dad bought it for me, still have it today.

That is awesome.
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Definitely not opposed to owning firearms; it's a must for life on the farm. I worry why I would need one while camping, especially in a large CG setting, or are y'all referring to more remote camping?
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I camp a lot by myself, so I usually carry my 44 mag. inside my trailer. When I have my
Grandkids I leave it at home. I don't want any possibility of an accident. I might change to either my 357 loaded with 38 specials or a 22 for the safety of other campers.
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Definitely not opposed to owning firearms; it's a must for life on the farm. I worry why I would need one while camping, especially in a large CG setting, or are y'all referring to more remote camping?
I can't speak for anyone else, but I carry a firearm just about anywhere I go, kind of like my wallet, my watch, cell phone or pocket knife. I've had pretty extensive training on them since I was a kid, through 14 years of servicein the Army, and after I left the military. I view it like home or auto insurance - hope I never need to use one, but if you're in the situation where you do, you'll really wish you had it. Plus carrying around a policeman all the time is so tiring

Remember, when seconds count, the police are only minutes away.
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Sometimes when stay over on a Sunday night and there were times we were the only ones left after a weekend in a hybrid 17c. Kinda spooky! That's why I asked..
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Seriously....you ask this question on a public forum and actually got answers.
So much for keeping secret hiding places secret...Seriously.........
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You can own a handgun in Canada, but unless you have a permit you can't carry or travel with it and it is almost impossible to get one. During my police days I was the Chief Range Officer for my police service for a short period of time, and this was when we carried S&W .38 specials. In the late 70's and early 80's we used Glazer ammo which was small pellets suspended in a teflon liquid which would dissipate and not allow ricochets in built up areas. It was also hard to treat because the shot was so small. The owner of the company which I believe was in Texas passed away and his son took over and started cutting corners and he lost our business.

On my 5th wheel I have an opening under my master bed when my slide is in the closed position and would make a great storage area.

I have two revolvers, with one being my old service revolver but because of our laws they languish in my safe in my bedroom at home.
I don't know how the law feels about it but technically your RV is your home away from home.
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I can't speak for anyone else, but I carry a firearm just about anywhere I go, kind of like my wallet, my watch, cell phone or pocket knife. I've had pretty extensive training on them since I was a kid, through 14 years of servicein the Army, and after I left the military. I view it like home or auto insurance - hope I never need to use one, but if you're in the situation where you do, you'll really wish you had it. Plus carrying around a policeman all the time is so tiring

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Yup, those cops can be heavy carrying around. lol
I keep a firearm with me camping. Of course I am not saying WHERE it is at any given time.
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I don't know how the law feels about it but technically your RV is your home away from home.
NOT in Canada... your permit specifies the address it must be kept at.. moving it off the property requires a transport permit... directly to and back again from a lic gun range... no stopping for coffee, gas or anything else along the route. Even with my province wide carry permit I could not stop along the route...
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