Handguns and trailering

Discussion in 'General RVing' started by mwaldman42, Jun 27, 2008.

  1. SnowbirdInFlight

    SnowbirdInFlight Senior Member

    Re: Handguns and trailering





    I just saw your post and I can't believe you said that about the great men who are Marines. What kind of a man are you? First, my husband didn't flunk out of any other branch of service. He went into the Marines at the age of 17 and spent two tours in Vietnam! No one 'saved his butt' because he was man enough and Marine enough to do it himself! You are some piece of work and a poor excuse for a military man! Obviously you aren't much of a man to feel the need to put down other servicemen and other branches of the service! You are a sad excuse for a human being!
     
  2. SnowbirdInFlight

    SnowbirdInFlight Senior Member

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    It's called 'tongue in cheek' for God's sake. You people really need to get out more and have a better understanding of humor! Geesh! You would think you're all nothing but a bunch of old men!
     
  3. SnowbirdInFlight

    SnowbirdInFlight Senior Member

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    Sure you don't have anything against the Marines, that's why you jumped on my post so vehemently! You must have a chip the size of a boulder on your shoulder! Must be a pretty big burden to bear. And you're right, you are definitely NOT better than anyone else and in my eyes possibly not even equal after that remark!
     
  4. ReBob8101

    ReBob8101 New Member

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    IMO the best gun to carry in your rv is a pump shotgun. There is no mistaking the distinctive sound of a pump shotgun being pumped to load a round. It can be easily heard by a bad guy outside and he will make like a tree and leave........and if it is a wild animal, you probably won't miss if you actually have to use the gun.

    Bob
     
  5. MaryBlue

    MaryBlue New Member

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    DL is exactly right--don't ask, don't tell. At the St. Historic Site where we camp, nothing is ever said regarding guns. The subject never comes up, even among the "regulars". However, speaking from experience, if you're gonna draw that gun on a person make sure of 2 things: 1. KNOW in advance that you WILL use it. 2. Be positve it is LOADED--never pull an empty gun on anyone!!
     
  6. xcheck21

    xcheck21 New Member

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    If you think you need it, then get it. I'd hate to need it and be caught without it. Just be prepared to use it of you take it out.

    Happy trails and straight shooting :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
     

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