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  1. Oldgrunt

    [Question] Weapons 'prohibited' at work but no sign posted, CCW allowed? (WI)

    Sorry G, not my limitation, but you know that..
  2. Oldgrunt

    [Question] Weapons 'prohibited' at work but no sign posted, CCW allowed? (WI)

    Never, during my military career was there ever any authorization for CCW or open carry on post. For those living in government family quarters, we were allowed to keep our private weapons there however, the weapons had to be registered in our unit arms room. I have been retired for over 46...
  3. Oldgrunt

    [Question] Weapons 'prohibited' at work but no sign posted, CCW allowed? (WI)

    OK, but make sure your badge has a high shine. Don't want you looking bad on your job!😎
  4. Oldgrunt

    [Question] Weapons 'prohibited' at work but no sign posted, CCW allowed? (WI)

    G: You must have one of those CCW badges imprinted in your mind. Does "psychosis" ring a bell with you? Could it be that you had a trauma in your life associated with a badge, or an unobtainable wish to be a law enforcement officer?
  5. Oldgrunt

    [Question] Weapons 'prohibited' at work but no sign posted, CCW allowed? (WI)

    It is incumbent upon you, as an employee, to abide by your company's policies. How was the "No Weapons Policy" articulated to you, orally during in-processing, or in written policy handbook? In whatever manner, you are aware of the policy so the onus is on you to decide what is more important to...
  6. Oldgrunt

    Happy 1911 Day!

    G: There you go again, making a presumption with no evidence to back it up. The pictures show my rationale for not trusting trigger safeties, not an example of an injury to myself. Reflect for a while on the pictures and tell me you feel safe with a safety trigger.
  7. Oldgrunt

    Happy 1911 Day!

    G: This is why I won't carry a round in the chamber of any pistol with a trigger safety!
  8. Oldgrunt

    Happy 1911 Day!

    "So the only correct opinion is always that of the gun owner, regardless of how we each may feel. So, regardless of what one has, shoot to one's heart content and enjoy!" https://www.colsontaskforce.org/best-tactical-pistol/
  9. Oldgrunt

    Happy 1911 Day!

    G: I'm glad to see that you have such high regard for the Glock. I also own a Glock but I am also aware of the possibility of the trigger safety being accidentally tripped and the weapon firing unintentionally. That is also why I do not carry it with a round in the chamber. Although I have a...
  10. Oldgrunt

    Happy 1911 Day!

    Yup, easiest weapon to shoot yourself with.........no safety. My 1911 is much safer!
  11. Oldgrunt

    +p ammo

    G: Sorry old son, I'm not mad at you for anything. I have always been an advocate for the same things but I have always had a carry permit in order to remain within the current law.
  12. Oldgrunt

    +p ammo

    G: I'm not trying to have a running gun battle with you but you need to realize that there are many forums on here, just as this one. I like the Politics and News Forum but do visit many of the other forums. I am a gun owner (several) and thoroughly enjoy the information to be garnered here. If...
  13. Oldgrunt

    +p ammo

    G: This is the General Firearm Discussion Forum. We post on here when we have an interest in what is posted. Looking for us?
  14. Oldgrunt

    No more nose dive

    Yes, they would work much better on a Glock than on a 1911.
  15. Oldgrunt

    CCW Permit Badge and Holder R They Legal?

    I do believe G50AE has been resurrected and still wanting CCW badges approved for everyone. Still called impersonating an officer and, if caught with all your armament, you automatically become a terrorist. Get a good lawyer. Link Removed
  16. Oldgrunt

    Eight more State IDs not accepted bu US military bases.

    From the 3 June 2017 issue of Military.com. Military.com | 3 Jun 2017 | by Amy Bushatz Driver's licenses and most other IDs issued by eight additional states will no longer be accepted as official identification for accessing U.S. military bases -- starting July 10 -- unless new extensions...
  17. Oldgrunt

    Here we go again with the traffic stop....thanks Luke!

    "Forty-eight states issue concealed carry permits to private citizens; only Illinois and Wisconsin deprive their citizens of the right to carry. Of the 48 governments that allow citizens to carry concealed after specified conditions are met, only 10 (Alaska, Arkansas, Louisiana, Michigan...
  18. Oldgrunt

    Apendix Carry with J Frame

    Yep, I'm aware of the various carries but, as I said, this wound was attributed to a bad holster AND, had it been appendix carry at the same angle, the results would have been disastrous. This is why I like hip and/or shoulder holsters. Few more pictures: Link Removed Link Removed Link...
  19. Oldgrunt

    Apendix Carry with J Frame

    Link Removed This wound was attributed to a bad holster. Had his weapon been in an appendix carry, at the same angle, he would have lost all of his male equipment. Not worth it to me!
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