Books. Bikes. Boomsticks.
How do we arm the other 11?
I love old folks, the fella living beside me is much like Rachel. He's on in years, but very independent and very American. And oh yes, he believes in the 2nd amendment.
in a retirement mecca like sebring, fl it's easy to dismiss all the q-tips as slow-driving, penny-pinching, waitress-bitching coots...but look a little closer and you'll find quite a few rachels. bring back 60's detroit iron? love and honor your freedom? actively engage your representatives? train and arm yourself against thugs and predators?she and her brethren are heroes and role role models indeed. we would do well to listen and emulate...before it's too late.jtc
I think this will be you Tam at 90 years old. The only difference is that you will carrying Mosin Nagant and wearing combat boots. LOL!
She needs to carry it in a holster where she can access it faster.
Florida law requires firearms carried in a car to be "securely encased" Granted, the law specifically says a snapped holster is sufficient, and the statute further specifies says that it should be "liberally construed" in favor of lawful self defense. However, some folks still keep their iron in cases like Rachel, to prevent incidents with the large number of confused Florida law officers, most of whom themselves are refugees from the North and Rust-Belt Hellholes who somehow manage to get hired despite no familiarity with section 790 of Florida law.
Yes, I CAN see Tam this way at 90. Except with the Zed and more than two revolvers, of course.By the way, the exhaust note on that old Comet had a little bit of grumble, didn't it?
Proof positive that no matter what you do to anything that doesn't have a 90-degree V8, it'll never sound right.Jim
Yes, compared to my dear departed '70 GTO, the Zed Three's exhaust note carries a certain taint of sewing machine...
Hell yeah! -- Lyle
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