Eddie C.
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Dec 27, 1954 (Age: 60)
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Eddie C.

Administrator, 60, from State of Confusion

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Eddie C. was last seen:
Nov 26, 2014
    1. bayshtyshorty
      bayshtyshorty
      Hey, would it be possible to change my user name from bayshtyshorty to Scott M. ? I never really put a lot of thought into the first one, and after 7 years ii think it's time for a change
    2. volky
      volky
      Eddie, how ya doin', man????
    3. Supertuck
      Supertuck
      Eddie C.,

      I would like to change my username. When I joined the forum a few years back, I chose the name Supertuck. I'm not associated in any way with Crossbreed Holsters, so I would like to change my username.

      I would like for my username to be Trombone or Trombone119 if Trombone is not available.

      Thanks so much.

      Supertuck
    4. BigDeeeeeeee
      BigDeeeeeeee
      Hope you're well Eddie, it's been to long.
    5. esminbritt
      esminbritt
      Hey Eddie. I would like to change my username from esminbritt to EZTundra77. Thank you in advanced. I also like the quote in your signature. Very true. Much Obliged.
    6. gischileu
      gischileu
      Eddie;

      I'm not sure what happened to the ext in my earlier note, but would like to join the 1911 list with the number 4510 (I have a .45 and a 10mm).
    7. gischileu
      gischileu
      Eddie;
      I join the list with the number 4510?

      Thanks;

      Rick
    8. Fireman1291
      Fireman1291
      Eddie,

      Can you fill me in on why my G19/AAC Tirant picture thread was locked? Its in the correct section I think....any idea?
    9. English
      English
      If post 35 of 9mm not good enough for GT in Caliber Corner has not been reported, can I do so? This is a quite disgraaceful post.

      English
    10. wward31
      wward31
      asking for # 41313 please for 1911 forum and niners forum
    11. IndyGunFreak
      IndyGunFreak
      Still miss you Eddie... hope all is well... Maybe one of these days you can stop in and say Hi..
    12. xcop
      xcop
      Might want to delete this aberrant thread by Von Hayes. Talks about stealing someones fishing gear and having grenades on him.....bizzare
    13. jams19991
      jams19991
      Hi
      I am not a new visitor, but a lifetime member. Someone hacked my account andmade purchases under my name and now i am blocked to purchase anything. Could you please reverse this. I paid for a lifetime membership, and cant use it. My id is:
      jams19991
      and my email is:
      jamiewilliams1970@comcast.net.
      I would really like to be able to use all features since i am a lifetime member, the also hacked my ebay accout in which I had over 1600 positive feedbacks. Please help me to enjoy the best firearm in the world and let me in the classifieds again.
      Yours truly
      jamie Williams
    14. col_jp
    15. col_jp
      col_jp
      In the GNG there is a pretty inappropriate pic in the thread about proposing to the girl
    16. Spence
      Spence
      Sorry. I recieved the info I was looking for.
    17. GreyEclipse
      GreyEclipse
      Can I please get a number for the Niners club and the 1911 club. I'd like number 761 for both but any number will be fine, thanks.
    18. cgjane
      cgjane
      can I get 1911 # 1850 please!
    19. durabo
      durabo
    20. inthefrey
      inthefrey
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    Birthday:
    Dec 27, 1954 (Age: 60)
    Home Page:
    http://www.441700.org
    Location:
    State of Confusion
    Occupation:
    Semi-Retired
    33 year ccw, GSSF member, I've also had 3 attempted armed robberies in my life- all unsuccessful. Executive Officer and Treasurer of State of Connecticut, Dept. of Emergency Management and Homeland Security, Region I, State Police, Bridgeport, CT.

    Guns, Travel, Ham Radio (Extra Class) Volunteer Examiner, and Commercial Radio Examiner

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    "Weapons are tools of power. In the hands of the state they can be the tools of decency or the tools of oppression, depending on the righteousness of that state. In the hands of criminals they are tools of evil. In the hands of free and decent citizens they are tools of liberty. An unarmed man can only flee from evil, and evil is not overcome by fleeing from it."
    - Col. Jeff Cooper