Little Grey Bungalow
Hi Shay, do they let you carry one too? How are the shingles?
Reminds me of a visit to a state park in TN, the park range carried a glock. I asked him if it was for the 2-footed or 4-footed wild life. His response: "whatever" :) I felt safe!
Make you lonesome for a gun or nervous or both?Here, we are used to seeing rifles and shotguns in the back windows of pickups. It's the way of life here. And, of course, law enforcement people are armed. But, the other day, I about wrecked the car because some very large, very tall man dressed entirely in black (including knit cap) with a web belt loaded down with all kinds of stuff was crossing the street in front of me. That is not something we see every day. Scared the cr*p out of me. Turns out it was our new chief of police. Hmmmm. Makes me wonder what his agenda is. A uniform or jeans and shirt has been the norm.
PS: Glocks - government issue? Oh, our tax money at work...
Packie, I don't know about government issue; a lot of police dep'ts around here use them, though.(I still prefer the .45).
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