New cartridges help sell new guns.
Some new cartridges, while good, haven't made the grade when it comes to popularity in a field that doesn't need to be that deep. The .32 H&R Magnum, .327 Federal and .45GAP come to mind. They offer something but all have one foot in the grave.
lightly used Ridgid R2740 heavy duty 6 speed belt sander
I bought it a long time ago and only used it on a couple projects
Includes an assortment of new diablo belts (4 x 80 grit, 1 x 120 grit, 3 x 50 grit)
Local pick up in Manalapan, Marlboro, Freehold area
First "I'll Take It" wins
Now that you’re in Fl, do you carry daily?
We have constitutional carry here. I don’t carry ever day, as I don’t feel the need to in the ‘bubble’ (community of mostly well off retired people! Lol). I do carry frequently when outside the community. Especially if I head towards Austin.
It takes some getting used to. Not just having a concealed handgun in a holster on your body, but the feeling that it’s OK to do so!
I’m still at the stage of being self conscious about it, but it’s getting less so, the more I’m around here.
CHL for us does the same as FL, eliminates the background check. I want it for that. Not that I NEED to buy more firearms…(blasphemy!!).
DT, I also know that surreal feeling you mentioned. I did a lot of business travel to Texas back in 2015-2016. This was a few years after I got back into firearms and all things 2A related. So was acutely aware of, and felt daily, the oppression we live under here. Visiting Bass Pro and other gun shops in Dallas there provided a wonderful taste of freedom and respect for our rights. Actually got to browse and touch the boxes of ammo on the shelves! Wow! As an aside, on a short business trip there in 2017 which spanned a weekend, I managed to get fingerprinted and attend the CHL class and subsequently received my Texas non-resident permit. (With that permit I was able to conceal carry in PA for ONE glorious day in my life. Shortly after, PA stopped recognizing non-resident permits.).