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my first firearms purchase
Posted by: concerned housewife ()
Date: February 25, 2017 04:39PM

Due to the increase in violence, I feel that I may need to defend my family in the near future. Which stores would you recommend?

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Re: my first firearms purchase
Posted by: Gunslinger ()
Date: February 25, 2017 04:40PM

All of them.

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Re: my first firearms purchase
Posted by: NippleChuck ()
Date: February 25, 2017 05:08PM

Nova Fire Arms. A good local family business owned and operated by real Americans. Get the 870 pump and no less than 50 rounds double ought buck.

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Re: my first firearms purchase
Posted by: Buy Online ()
Date: February 25, 2017 05:48PM

Oh god I would avoid that place at all costs. Buy online. You'll get your best deals and save hundreds.

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Re: my first firearms purchase
Posted by: yytryy ()
Date: February 25, 2017 05:52PM

You don't need a gun. Go to Arthur Treacher's and enjoy some wonderful fried fish instead....

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Re: my first firearms purchase
Posted by: Leftist.Gorilla ()
Date: February 25, 2017 06:02PM

Sorry about your penis, OP...

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Re: my first firearms purchase
Posted by: el Mojado ()
Date: February 25, 2017 06:21PM

Bud's Guns online, they will provide a list of FFl's in your area. I've bought 3 from them...no problem.

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Re: my first firearms purchase
Posted by: Arthur Treachers Faggot ()
Date: February 25, 2017 06:30PM

yytryy Wrote:
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> You don't need a gun. Go to Arthur Treacher's and
> enjoy some wonderful fried fish instead....

Faggot your shit is lame and getting old. Get a life retard.

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Re: my first firearms purchase
Posted by: dgjgfj ()
Date: February 25, 2017 06:40PM

yytryy Wrote:
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> You don't need a gun. Go to Arthur Treacher's and
> enjoy some wonderful fried fish instead....


But you will still need to go to the gun store to buy a holster to put your fish and chips in.

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Re: my first firearms purchase
Posted by: For A True Serious Answer ()
Date: February 25, 2017 08:55PM

Go to a shooting range like Sharpshooters in Newington, They will advise you well and they have an indoor shooting range to practice and they can train you on proper safe use of a firearm, proper safe storage..in a home..The works.

If you or anyone are truly serious you should take a concealed hand gun permit class. 125 dollars ..about that.. You will learn a whole lot. and you don't have to apply for a permit at all, the training is well worth it by itself.. If you should wish to ever obtain a permit to carry a concealed handgun in Virginia, within 5 years of the class, you will have the necessary training required. (In Less The State requires more..Natch..LOL) And Virginias Permit is valid in 19 some states.. They will tell you all about it..

Tell Um DAJAX sent ya....A Old Kind Christian Man.. "Double Action Jackson" of Fairfax Underground. Who is well skilled at shooting Smith & Wesson revolvers in Fast Double Action Mode..as well as being.."The Cook" on "FXU"

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Re: my first firearms purchase
Posted by: Nova ph ()
Date: February 25, 2017 10:10PM

Leftist.Gorilla Wrote:
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> Sorry about your penis, OP...


Reading comprehension, Leftist! OP identifies as a "concerned housewife"... though I guess that could be a guy.

NOVA is overpriced. There's plenty of good advice on online gun sites regarding the best guns for your application. For example are you going to carry it concealed or have it with you in your car? Is it for home use only? Buy a gun off of Gunbroker and pick it up from a discount local FFL agent. Take an online safety course and practice at the NRA range. Cheap and nearby.

Know yourself and be realistic about the odds that you will successfully bag Bigfoot when he comes for your Hummel collection. Will you lock your gun up? Are you depressed or prone to fits of anger? Most gun deaths are by suicide. Owing a gun requires responsibility and is no guarantee of heving a successful "outcome"; it's a mixed bag.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 02/25/2017 10:12PM by Nova ph.

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Re: my first firearms purchase
Posted by: Leftist.Gorilla ()
Date: February 26, 2017 12:41PM

Nova ph Wrote:
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> Leftist.Gorilla Wrote:
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> > Sorry about your penis, OP...
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> Reading comprehension, Leftist! OP identifies as
> a "concerned housewife"... though I guess that
> could be a guy.

Sense of humor, muffakah...does you be gottin' one? This is PRECISELY why what I said was some funny fucking shit all up in here. Lighten up, Francis...and try to see the laughs in the world.

Either that...or go help your Mom clean my spunk from her gash. Either way? Nobody gives a fuck what you think you're entitled to...

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Re: my first firearms purchase
Posted by: Safety First ()
Date: February 26, 2017 06:33PM

concerned housewife Wrote:
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> Due to the increase in violence, I feel that I may
> need to defend my family in the near future. Which
> stores would you recommend?


gunbroker.com and take a NRA approved safety course

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Re: my first firearms purchase
Posted by: Do it ()
Date: February 26, 2017 07:52PM

Buy a gun. Shoot your family and then shoot yourself.

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Re: my first firearms purchase
Posted by: A bright light of humor ()
Date: February 26, 2017 10:24PM

> > Leftist.Gorilla Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
> what I said was some
> funny fucking shit all up in here.

Retarded and an egotist, what a combination.

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Re: my first firearms purchase
Posted by: dumb.monkey ()
Date: February 26, 2017 11:22PM

Leftist.Gorilla Wrote:
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> Nova ph Wrote:
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> > Leftist.Gorilla Wrote:
> >
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> > -----
> > > Sorry about your penis, OP...
> >
> >
> > Reading comprehension, Leftist! OP identifies
> as
> > a "concerned housewife"... though I guess that
> > could be a guy.
>
> Sense of humor, muffakah...does you be gottin'
> one? This is PRECISELY why what I said was some
> funny fucking shit all up in here. Lighten up,
> Francis...and try to see the laughs in the world.
>
> Either that...or go help your Mom clean my spunk
> from her gash. Either way? Nobody gives a fuck
> what you think you're entitled to...


Another lame attempt and failure.

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Re: my first firearms purchase
Posted by: Cucked shitlibs ()
Date: February 26, 2017 11:27PM

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Re: my first firearms purchase
Posted by: Cucked shitlibs ()
Date: February 27, 2017 01:48PM

I like the black cock in my ass.

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Re: my first firearms purchase
Posted by: Mr bear says ()
Date: February 27, 2017 02:33PM

Check out Virginia gun trader a used gun listing and buy used, locally. I would recommend a Glock 17 Gen 4 or a Glock 19 Gen 4, both are 9mm and used are $450-500

You can get 34 round mags for these pretty cheap, load up with 147 grain hollowpoints and have a great home defense gun. Load up with Liberty civil defense rounds and you can punch through level 3 body armor.

Then get a Beneli nova tactical or Remington 870 12 gage shotgun and a couple hundred defense rounds. If only buying 1 firearm, get the Glock 19 Gen 4

Then take a class and hit a range at least monthly for practice.

Now you are pretty much ready for the next Black lives matter inspired riot. What occurred in Baltimore and Charlotte, NC ETC. will eventually happen here so be ready.

A decent firearm for your automobile is also a decent idea.
Lots of guys are keeping an AR-15 , shotgun or Ak-47 stashed in their trunk as they know what is coming and given the chance look forward to killing a few liberals.

Shot straight and be safe.

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Re: my first firearms purchase
Posted by: Gun owner ()
Date: February 27, 2017 02:46PM

If you really are a woman (and not a troll), you need to find a gun that fits your hand comfortably. Go to the gun show, handle and hold different makes and models. Find one you like and then research pricing. Bud's is a good place to shop online as is Gallery Of Guns. You don't need some suppressor ready HK VP9 or .50 cal desert eagle. A simple 9mm will do.

Buy it. Train with it. Know it. And use it if you have to.

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Re: my first firearms purchase
Posted by: LvPTm ()
Date: February 27, 2017 04:58PM

concerned housewife Wrote:
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> Due to the increase in violence, I feel that I may
> need to defend my family in the near future. Which
> stores would you recommend?


You are just now concerned? Must be a lib.

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Re: my first firearms purchase
Posted by: Exactly ()
Date: February 27, 2017 09:28PM

yytryy Wrote:
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> You don't need a gun. Go to Arthur Treacher's and
> enjoy some wonderful fried fish instead....


Yes! Fewer guns. More hush puppies, fried fish and chips. Can't we all just get along and eat fresh fish from a little paper basket?

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Re: my first firearms purchase
Posted by: mjs ()
Date: February 28, 2017 12:29PM

http://www.vaguntrader.com/forums/ubbthreads.php/forums/3/1

between VA residents don't need a FFL or a background check.

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Re: my first firearms purchase
Posted by: Some reality... ()
Date: February 28, 2017 12:39PM

Arthur Treacher's doesn't do background checks.

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Re: my first firearms purchase
Posted by: Fox News. ()
Date: February 28, 2017 12:43PM

They leave "special sauce" on your face...

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Re: my first firearms purchase
Posted by: 9D4xG ()
Date: March 01, 2017 03:33PM

Arthur Treachers Faggot Wrote:
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> yytryy Wrote:
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> > You don't need a gun. Go to Arthur Treacher's
> and
> > enjoy some wonderful fried fish instead....
>
> Faggot your shit is lame and getting old. Get a
> life retard.


I, for one, find that Arthur Treacher's highly entertaining :p

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Re: my first firearms purchase
Posted by: mHYkJ ()
Date: March 01, 2017 03:42PM

OP-steer clear of NOVA Firearms in Vienna. Their mark up is ludicrous.

Go to these ranges and rent stuff. Blue Ridge Arsenal and Silver Eagle Group (there are other great ranges out there, but a far drive).

When you have an idea of what you want, go to Silver Eagle Group, Loudon Guns (Leesburg), NOVA Firearms (Herndon...if they have a good deal), Virginia Arms Co. (Manassas), or Clark Brothers (if it's a nice driving day) and get what you like. Buy ammo at WalMartm cheapest place.

If getting a pistol, the glock 19 is the entry level common choice. I'd recommend a sig sauer, specifically a p320. If you want a 45 acp, prepare to pay much more (but they are freakin' awesome to shoot). 9mm, .40, or .45 depends on what recoil you and your wife are comfortable with. Also, Springfield, glock, smith & wesson, sig sauer, walther, or beretta are solid brands. Steer clear from anything kel-tec...and Taurus is OK, it's hit or miss if you'd get a lemon, or not.

Rifles and shotguns? Not sure. Other people can comment on that.

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Re: my first firearms purchase
Posted by: ralphie ()
Date: March 01, 2017 06:19PM

You'll shoot your eye out.

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Re: my first firearms purchase
Posted by: Lone Biker of the Apocalypse ()
Date: March 01, 2017 08:13PM

What experience if any, do you have with firearms? Do you believe that at this moment you have an immediate threat to your safety? Do you want to protect yourself at home or when you are out and about after dark?

If you can ignore the idiocy and obscene comments above there are actually a couple of guys that responded here that clearly have some worthwhile advice.

However, I feel compelled to throw my 2 cents in as well. I've got more than 50 years of competitive shooting under my belt with all manner of small arms not counting training from the military.

Do not buy any firearm of any type unless you are absolutely going to commit to taking formal training that includes both classroom and live firing on a range! If so, then that's a good start but it is only the beginning of your journey.

Shooting is a perishable skill. Especially if you don't acquire it the right way in the first place. You will need to go to the range a minimum of twice a month for several months to hone your newly acquired skills. The more you practice the better you will become, the more fun you will have and the safer you will be.

Doing this will get you to point where you attain a level of confidence, accuracy, and muscle memory that under times of extreme duress will automatically kick in when your adrenaline starts to flow i.e. when you need it the most. Under these conditions you won't even hear the gun going off or feel the recoil of the weapon in your hands, and that's exactly what you want. It all happens instinctively.

And don't do all your shooting standing 6 feet away from human silhouette targets. Move the target out to 25 feet and learn to shoot at round bulls eyes at that distance. Otherwise you're simply blasting holes in cardboard and not learning anything except that ammunition is expensive.

In most instances, simply producing any type of firearm will diffuse any random confrontation you may encounter. However, this will not work in a situation where someone you know personally is determined to do you physical harm, or is on drugs, or is just plain fucking crazy. In those instances you must be prepared to shoot and kill your attacker. Truth be told... most civilized normal people don't have the stomach for it and think that just waving a gun around will be enough of a deterrent, but don't bet your life on it.
Good luck and God Bless!

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Re: my first firearms purchase
Posted by: deputy dawg ()
Date: March 01, 2017 08:28PM

mjs Wrote:
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> http://www.vaguntrader.com/forums/ubbthreads.php/f
> orums/3/1
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> between VA residents don't need a FFL or a
> background check.


Yes, the gun show vendors in Chantilly use this loophole to sell guns to felons at highly inflated prices.

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Re: my first firearms purchase
Posted by: 6Tbep ()
Date: March 01, 2017 08:35PM

deputy dawg Wrote:
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> http://www.vaguntrader.com/forums/ubbthreads.php/f
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> > between VA residents don't need a FFL or a
> > background check.
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> Yes, the gun show vendors in Chantilly use this
> loophole to sell guns to felons at highly inflated
> prices.


Wrong. Any "gun show vendor" would not be selling on an incidental, noncommercial basis and must be FFL and must do background checks.

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Re: my first firearms purchase
Posted by: Gun Show Loophole ()
Date: March 01, 2017 09:49PM

The same loophole that allows individuals to sell firearms to other individuals is used frequently in the off-market fish trade.

For example: If person A buys some delicious fried fish from... let's say Arthur Treacher's, they can, legally, sell that same fantastic battered fish to Person B with no background check. They don't even need to get a receipt of purchase or register the transaction of the golden-brown, scrumptious fish.

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Re: my first firearms purchase
Posted by: Be safe ()
Date: March 02, 2017 08:36AM

Gun Show Loophole Wrote:
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> The same loophole that allows individuals to sell
> firearms to other individuals is used frequently
> in the off-market fish trade.
>
> For example: If person A buys some delicious fried
> fish from... let's say Arthur Treacher's, they
> can, legally, sell that same fantastic battered
> fish to Person B with no background check. They
> don't even need to get a receipt of purchase or
> register the transaction of the golden-brown,
> scrumptious fish.


You need a permit to resell the fish
The chips are no problem

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Re: my first firearms purchase
Posted by: Sammy Slaw ()
Date: March 02, 2017 08:50AM

Be safe Wrote:
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> Gun Show Loophole Wrote:
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> > The same loophole that allows individuals to
> sell
> > firearms to other individuals is used
> frequently
> > in the off-market fish trade.
> >
> > For example: If person A buys some delicious
> fried
> > fish from... let's say Arthur Treacher's, they
> > can, legally, sell that same fantastic battered
> > fish to Person B with no background check. They
> > don't even need to get a receipt of purchase or
> > register the transaction of the golden-brown,
> > scrumptious fish.
>
>
> You need a permit to resell the fish
> The chips are no problem


How about the coleslaw and hush puppies?

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