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  1. Pistol Permits
    Had my "interview" today with the Cortland County Sheriff's dept. The process has changed with Cortland, at least if it is the Sheriff's doing your background check. The interview took a full hour, involved a notary, a very very lengthy detailed and questionnaire that was 80% the info from the...
  2. Laws and Politics - Firearms/Self Defense/Weapons
    I know there are some law enforcement officers on here so pls don't think I'm cop bashing, I'm just curious if this is normal procedure. A co-worker of mine was pulled over this weekend ( it was actually in his driveway) for according to one of the officers "too dark of window tint" and the...
  3. Firearms in the News
    Here is what we all should do. Options for Consideration Active Shooter Training Video - YouTube
  4. Off Topic Lounge
    I have only ever dealt with Gander Mt., and in order for me to leave with my new pistol, I have to purchase it, then go down to the County office to have the pistol added to my license, THEN I have to trek back up to GM to finally take home. Is this the normal practice, having to go through each...
  5. Carry/Conceal
    Very good article - Gun Testing Procedure
  6. The AR-15
    Hey guys, I just bought an AR and want to know what the proper procedure is for breaking in a barrel. It's a Brownell's barrel if that helps. This is my first rifle, but I grew up hunting (got my first shotgun at 14 yrs old) and mostly used my father's expensive Beretta's, Remington's, etc. At...
  7. Shotguns
    So, I had an MRI last night and a "procedure" at the hospital today. They told me when I woke up that I would be drowsy all day, and not feel like eating or anything. I woke up starving. I ate and drank at the hospital. Then I made my wife take me to IHOP when they released me. I ate more there...
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