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About Dooly

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  1. Thanks all but it's ridiculous that it's soo ambiguous and not even attorneys know the exact answer. The only legitimate legal advice I received from an actual 2A attorney is..."best to err on the side of caution and carry only what is listed but if I carry something else, at least get qualified with that just in case something happens so I can try to use that in court as supporting information for whatever the case may be."
  2. I'm only trying to get clarification on what's been printed on the back of the permit. That is... No restrictions BUT there is a list of the firearms that were used to qualify. So if there are "None" restrictions, what's the list for?
  3. I just spoke to 2 prominent 2A attorneys and they both have no idea how to interpret my situation. To reiterate my situation, I have None ticked for restrictions but there is a list of the firearms that I qualified with further below in the white space. There is no mention of being limited to them either. So to summarize, I have None for restrictions, but there is a list of firearms further below. The attorney even called the county judges office to see if they can amend my permit to just have it blank or to get clarification however they said the judge is not amending anyone's permit nor providing how to interpret it. In the end, the attorneys then just recommended to stick with whatever firearm is listed on the back to err on the safe side unless I want to spend a ton of money (which I don't have) to get iron clad clarification. Lovely.
  4. Cool. I just got my carry holsters! Can't wait to carry my S&W 500 or desert eagle...appendix.
  5. Not sure if this is the right post to ask this but does anyone have a permit with 'None' ticked for restrictions but...below that lists the firearms you qualified with? So which is it...no restrictions or are you restricted to the firearms listed?
  6. Per our messages, Ill take the "Tenicor Velo for Glock 19/23. Right hand, IWB with T1 belt clips".
  7. PP and Venmo are extremely anti-2A so it could possibly be a double edged sword to file a fraud claim. What's very interesting is although PP is anti-2A, our forum here uses PP for subscription payment processing...lol
  8. On castle nuts, I actually use anti-seize or lube on the threads then do a proper staking but I'm not entirely sure what is the mil-spec method of securing an old school lock ring. I presume it's a measured torque spec but I'm going to have to do some research. Any idea? LoL
  9. Was there adhesive on the threads? Loctite, rocksett, etc? Also did you still end up buggering the lock ring with the "lock ring" wrench as you had to add additional force? Did the wrench grip the lock ring without slipping?
  10. Yes! Thank you...knew it was called something else but couldn't remember so I just called them old style nuts. Haha
  11. Does anyone know where I can get a spanner wrench with multiple pins (for a good grip) for old style RE castle nuts? See pic... I need the circular dimple pins so I don't muck up the nut.
  12. Dooly

    Color fill

    I'd approach it with extreme care...meaning wait till either the red or white cures first then after 2-3 days at least, move on to the next color and be sure to use blue painters tape. Don't let ANY of the colors bleed into each other.
  13. Dooly

    Color fill

    Try doing a color fill like this... you'll discover it's not that easy.
  14. Dooly

    Color fill

    If I flash anything in the oven, it better be some meatloaf or a casserole otherwise my wife will kick my ass. You should see her reaction whenever I use hoppes in the shop...not even attached to the house!
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