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General Pink Pistols Discussion / Re: Pro-LGBT Political Activism
« on: June 12, 2017, 09:38:30 PM »
Hello from Utah!
It's a sad state of affairs when people championing freedom, equality and equal protection under the law want to reduce every individual's ability to protect themselves when the law fails, but that has somehow become the modern left. I'll suggest you do a quick Google of The Liberal Gun Club, they're the closest thing to what you've described that I've ever found, though I do hope you'll stick around on this forum all the same.

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Member Introductions / Re: Hello from Pennsylvania
« on: June 12, 2017, 09:34:31 PM »
Hello from Utah!

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Member Introductions / Re: Hello from Saint Louis
« on: June 12, 2017, 09:33:04 PM »
Hello from Utah! There's something of a prepper space here on the forum, new people to help it grow should be apprecited.
What kind of 9mm did you get?

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Guns 'n Gear / Re: CC women's holsters
« on: June 09, 2017, 11:23:22 PM »
So I stumbled on a women's gun club web site, and they have a number of holsters designed for women, thought I'd share a few links since this thread is here.
General holsters page

Corset thingamajig

Gun purse

Standard holster in fashionable colors. This one is aimed at women but there's nothing strictly feminine about it, looks like a decent holster that comes in nice patterns.

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The virtual shooting league idea has been taken up by The Liberal Gun Club, it's a popular part of their forum, and a good idea for low density groups. A Pink Pistols virtual shoot could probably be pretty cool.

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Member Introductions / Re: Greetings from Utucky
« on: June 06, 2017, 10:31:13 PM »
Hang in there Utucky. The world is full of stupid people. We are here to balance out the load.
There's another post I made that goes into why I think the culture of gun ownership is almost completely conservative and largely racist and bigoted in the public eye. As a third generation left leaning gun owner I know that the community doesn't resemble its representation

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Member Introductions / Re: GAY VET in CA
« on: June 06, 2017, 10:28:42 PM »
Semper Fi, HOOYA, and "Have a fine Navy Day"
Damn, you served a hat trick of branches? How'd you manage that?

I know the rule is that you must apply in the county you live in, but my understanding is that the sheriff of Sacramento County changed policies to "shall issue" because he didn't want to deal with a law suit, have you tried to sneak one under the radar and apply from the Sherriff of Sacramento? If not, you could always move there for a month and then move back to where ever you live...

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Member Introductions / Re: Louisville KY Here
« on: June 06, 2017, 10:18:52 PM »
Grin.....its going to be real tough concealing an AR...lol. Good luck man. P.S. As a minister, I perform weddings and have planned weddings that took place on an "NRA Range"....called the "Shotgun Wedding" package.
Well you can't beat marketing like that.

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Member Introductions / Re: Hello from Northern Calif
« on: June 06, 2017, 10:13:40 PM »
Welcome! I wish I was still in California, although there are some perks to not, like 19 round mags ;D

Have you heard of Blazing Sword? My understanding is that that's where people congregate to help out with safety training, range time and things like that.

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Stolen from a thread on the Liberal Gun Club forum, original origin unknown to me. Anyone on the forum know this guy? I'd like to know what else happened.

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I expected this to get more of a response, but no, it does not. The Pink Pistols is laid out to be apolitical, it's goal it to teach legal self defense, with a focus sexual minorities. That includes the carrying and justified use of guns where it is allowed. Endorsing Donald Trump or any other politician is outside of the boundaries of what an individual should be doing in an "official" capacity as a member, as the Pink Pistols is a one issue entity.

Check out the Pink Pistols Utility Manual, here's a quote:
The Pink Pistols is a “single-­issue” organization. This means that we have ONE, and only
ONE, issue that lies at the core of our motivations and actions. Our National website at
http://pinkpistols.org states it this way:


“We are dedicated to the legal, safe, and responsible use of firearms for
self­defense of the sexual­minority community. We no longer believe it is
the right of those who hate and fear gay, lesbian, bi, trans, or polyamorous
persons to use us as targets for their rage. Self­defense is our RIGHT.”

To this end, we do what is necessary to properly and responsibly advocate firearm use,
and as said before, we engage in public outreach to make plain our armed status. We
also lend our voice, when appropriate, to issues that assist our mission. Clearly, if a
jurisdiction bans firearms, or certain kinds of firearms, or makes it difficult or impossible
to carry them, it is difficult to properly advocate lawful firearm use in that jurisdiction.

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Member Introductions / Re: hello! from ohio
« on: May 25, 2017, 08:17:42 PM »
Hello from Utah!

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Member Introductions / Re: Hi from Tampa
« on: May 25, 2017, 08:17:08 PM »
Hey, well now it's official, you guys have to get together and restart the chapter.

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Ha! He sounds a little crazy towards the end.

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Guns 'n Gear / Re: Choosing a firearm
« on: May 15, 2017, 03:31:09 PM »
I confess that I'm a 1911 guy and occasionally carry my Kimber but this little nine is just so light, comfortable, and accurate that I can't find anything bad to say about it.
Any experience with Turkish 1911's? Somebody mentioned these 45's on this forum quite some time ago, it got me looking at them and now I'm curious. Most of what I see online is good, but I'm always open to more input. The rebate on Shields is very, very tempting though.

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