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I have been wanting to purchase another 9mm handgun (my other is the M&P9 shield)
Years ago I owned a Glock 30 but traded because the grip was just too chunky, but I've always liked Glocks. I went to my local firearms dealer and after looking at other 9mm handguns, I bought the last G19 gen4 they had and I am very happy so far!
The 19 will be mostly a home defense and range gun but I am also going to carry some as my CCW. I also added the Streamlight TRL-4 which I am also very happy with.
It feels good to be a Glock owner again, it's been a long time coming!!
I have a few glocks and just picked up the 43, what's not to love, it's a glock. I had two issues so far and wanted to know if anyone else has had the same issues. So after I shot her for the first time I went home and cleaned it. When I was finish I went to slide on the slide and it was pretty rough going on, like something was stopping it. So I took it back off and had the same issue over and over again. Everything seems to be in place and the last time I took the slide off I guess the spring moved up and the gun jammed up completely.
Continuing with our series on buying and selling firearms, in this article we are going to talk about private sales. In ourlast post, we explained FFLs and background checks, so we already covered how buying firearms from a gun shop works, but what about private sales?
Say you have an old gun you want to sell, or maybe you know someone who’s willing to sell you a firearm that you’ve wanted for ages—like perhaps the coveted Colt Anaconda or Marlin 336. How would you go about completing the transaction? Is there some sort of license you need to get, or somebody you need to clear with before exchanging firearms and money?
A Michigan man with a concealed pistol license says he was fired from his job as a valet supervisor after he pulled out a gun to defend a woman who was being stabbed outside the entrance of a technical center in Warren. Didarul Sarder, an employee of SP+ Valet, told local reporters that he was let go from the valet service for a violation of his contract, which prohibited employees from carrying firearms. Despite that, Sarder says he would have done it again in a heartbeat.
“The lady kept saying ‘I’m dying, someone help’ and it was just natural reaction,” Sarder told Fox News Detroit.
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