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it i was facing homelessness or a very unfavorable living situation....yup.
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2 SA people in a big house...one with lots of guns, and the other one with lots of debt.

Sounds dangerous and financially bad.
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2 SA people in a big house...one with lots of guns, and the other one with lots of debt.

Sounds dangerous and financially bad.
I'm just wondering how the OP got all of his guns to begin with. My state screams bloody murder whenever a law abiding citizen even thinks of getting a gun, and don't even tell them you might have SA.

And of course, we have one of the most violent big cities in the country, so that shows you what anti-gun laws do for ya
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Yes, she is indeed a most wonderful woman. Great personality. Just before my mother died the plan was to hire Patty to help take care of my 86-year-old mom.

Sadly, mom died of multiple organ failure before that job could be. My mother adored Patty. She's someone you meet and you simply have to love her.
I'm sorry your mom died.

I don't doubt you adore Patty just as much as you love her for her cooking/cleaning. Everyone loves a good cook though, don't they.
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I'm just wondering how the OP got all of his guns to begin with. My state screams bloody murder whenever a law abiding citizen even thinks of getting a gun, and don't even tell them you might have SA.

And of course, we have one of the most violent big cities in the country, so that shows you what anti-gun laws do for ya
I literally live in the land of guns. Here in Richfield our largest taxpayer is Cabela's and a substantial portion of their sales would be guns & ammunition.

I personally would not buy from them as their prices are too damn high. I can go to www.gunwatcher.com and find the lowest price for any model of gun I might want. I can then purchase it like any other online purchase and it will be shipped to my FFL. I use Tycore Defense, which is a guy named Marty working at his kitchen table on a laptop with the help of his daughter. Buying out of state avoids sales tax, unless I were so stupid as to report that purchase on my WI tax return.

They have you fill out ATF 4473 in addition to a redundant state form if it's a handgun and that's how simple it is. Marty pays an extra $1,000 per year to deal in Class 3 weapons, short barrel shotguns (SBS), short barrel rifles, suppressors, and machine guns.

I jumped through all mandatary hoops to get an SBS last fall and one day the slow pokes at the ATF should finally approve me. The only thing the ATF can do quickly is cash the $200 check required for a Class 3 stamp. Could buy a pre-1986 M16 if I wanted to piss away $35,000 as well.

BTW, I just renewed my concealed carry permit a few weeks ago. And I have openly carried a number of times in the past, though a holster on my belt just wants to pull down my pants. Perhaps a shoulder holster is the answer.

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I literally live in the land of guns. Here in Richfield our largest taxpayer is Cabela's and a substantial portion of their sales would be guns & ammunition.

I personally would not buy from them as their prices are too damn high. I can go to www.gunwatcher.com and find the lowest price for any model of gun I might want. I can then purchase it like any other online purchase and it will be shipped to my FFL. I use Tycore Defense, which is a guy named Marty working at his kitchen table on a laptop with the help of his daughter. Buying out of state avoids sales tax, unless I were so stupid as to report that purchase on my WI tax return.

They have you fill out ATF 4473 in addition to a redundant state form if it's a handgun and that's how simple it is. Marty pays an extra $1,000 per year to deal in Class 3 weapons, short barrel shotguns (SBS), short barrel rifles, suppressors, and machine guns.

I jumped through all mandatary hoops to get an SBS last fall and one day the slow pokes at the ATF should finally approve me. The only thing the ATF can do quickly is cash the $200 check required for a Class 3 stamp. Could buy a pre-1986 M16 if I wanted to piss away $35,000 as well.

BTW, I just renewed my concealed carry permit a few weeks ago. And I have openly carried a number of times in the past, though a holster on my belt just wants to pull down my pants. Perhaps a shoulder holster is the answer.
Yeah, I may try that site. The only issue is finding a decent FFL.

But just in case you wondered, I live in the state of Illinois.

Just to give you an idea of what we have to go through, I applied for a foid card in late December, and I'm still waiting for it in the mail. Damn thing's only supposed to take 30 days max.

And this is when I was getting threats from thugs that moved into the area. Had I needed a firearm to defend my life, I'd be as good as dead now. It just shows how all the anti-gun stuff favors criminals​.

Not even sure I'll bother with CC if I end up staying here. We have to pay 70 bucks to get fingerprinted in addition to the firearm class.

Illinois seems to really like guns being in the wrong hands
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Yeah, I may try that site. The only issue is finding a decent FFL.

But just in case you wondered, I live in the state of Illinois.

Just to give you an idea of what we have to go through, I applied for a foid card in late December, and I'm still waiting for it in the mail. Damn thing's only supposed to take 30 days max.

And this is when I was getting threats from thugs that moved into the area. Had I needed a firearm to defend my life, I'd be as good as dead now. It just shows how all the anti-gun stuff favors criminals​.

Not even sure I'll bother with CC if I end up staying here. We have to pay 70 bucks to get fingerprinted in addition to the firearm class.

Illinois seems to really like guns being in the wrong hands
Renewing my carry permit was on online PITA that cost $22. Original Carry Permit cost $50. Needed a 3 hour class from a recognized firearms instructor, which was Wisconsin Carry that offers FREE classes. Most often it will mean a $50 class by an NRA-certified instructor.

Photos & fingerprints are needed for Class 3 weapons, but "normal" guns don't require such. Carry permit in WI don't require live fire nor fingerprints, as some states do.

Then you have to decide what gun to get. For a novice, I would suggest the ultimate simplify of a Beretta 92/96 series. I have a Beretta 92A1.

For maximum stopping power I would suggest a .45. Don't care for Glock. If weight matters, would rather have a polymer Springfield with a 13+1 capacity of .45 ACP. Use high quality hollow points that can expand up to 0.75", creating quite a wound channel.

Skill demands practice. Practice demands range time & much ammo. Buy ammo online, finding the lowest prices on sites like www.ammoseek.com, and get it tax free delivered to your door by the case. A case is 20 boxes of 50 rounds, so 1,000 rounds total. That may seem like a lot but I've blasted though 400 rounds with ease.

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I'll be sure to keep that site in mind when I start buying.

What really blows about Illinois gun laws though is, if I'm interpreting what I'm reading correctly, they will revoke my right to own a firearm if I'm treated by any mental institution for 5+ years because of this stupid FOID card thing (which I feel is unconstitutional anyway).

So I literally have to struggle with the prospect of getting treatment this year and being an easy target for hoodlums for a half decade because I can't get anything to protect my home until then.

Concealed weapons, fair enough, but I should at least be able to have a shotgun just incase these idiots kick in my front door. Chicago is one of the most violent cities in America ffs, what they expect me to do if there's a break-in, play hopscotch? Combine this buffoonery with the high taxes, and it's no wonder why people are running full force from this state.

As far as my first gun, I've been eying Beretta for awhile now, especially with it being standard issue of the military for all those years.

The only thing that scares me away from .45's are the recoil, but for more power, I imagine it's something I can get used to.
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As far as my first gun, I've been eying Beretta for awhile now, especially with it being standard issue of the military for all those years.
Keep in mind that Congress had to drag the military kicking & screaming away from their .45 caliber 1911 which had proven themselves in WWI, WWII, Korea, and Vietnam. Still used by special forces today -- by guys who get to pick what firearm they wish to use.

What size are your hands? A Beretta 92 fits my 2x paws just fine, though it does indeed have a large grip than cam be a problem for those with smaller hands. You can also get 30 extended mags for a 92. My 92A1 came with 3 17-round mags standard. The A1 version has an accessory rail which I use for mounting a Crimson Trace green laser. Can also mount a light or laser/light combo is you wish.

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The only thing that scares me away from .45's are the recoil, but for more power, I imagine it's something I can get used to.
Having seen a very ordinary 12-year old fire off a Glock .45 without problem make me think most adults could do so as well. Polymer flexes a bit to tame recoil. In the case of a 1911, recoil is tamed by the gun being quite heavy as it's all steel. I have a Dan Wesson Specialist 1911. Not a fan of Glocks, agreeing with one gun expert who called them $200 guns that sell for $600. For a polymer gun I'd rather have a Springfield, and I do. It's a .45 Springfield XDM Competition model that I sent back to their custom shop to get a 3.5# ultra-short trigger pulls and very short reset (how far the trigger has to go forward before another shot can be fired). Never noticed the reset on any gun other the the Beretta 92 series where it is very long. Evidently because they don't trust soldiers to handle a handgun properly.

Go to a local range and rent a variety of guns in various calibers to see what you like best.

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I would. This would be an unqualified improvement to my circumstances. I'm already living with a schizophrenic with depersonalization who can't care for himself and might murder me in my sleep, so I can live with pretty much anyone. I'm already cleaning his **** up after him. Literally. And I've been living a step away from homelessness for years now. My sister feeds me her table scraps, like a dog.

I'm afraid the only kind of people who would take this offer seriously are people in dire straits like me or people looking to manipulate you, @UltraShy . Not sure you'd actually want to live with anyone like that. But I don't know what your friend is like.

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Amen, brother! Can I assume you are a libertarian, just as I am? You sure sound like one.

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there's nothing i hate more than allowing other people to have power over me
But allowing Patty to live here doesn't magically give me power over her.

Free rent, free utilities. Use of a large home. Use of a large TV, etc. is hardly enslaving her.

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Living alone is very lonely. Even when you get a pet rat you get a pair (or more) so that they have a buddy to keep them company and play with. One can see how deeply depressed a rat becomes when his cage mate dies and he is left all alone.

Am I supposed to have less emotional needs than a rodent?

Patty is a very dear friend. She's very likable. Even my late mother adored Patty, and if not for her death, we would have hired Patty to take care of mom at age 86.

I feel wonderful & comfortable when Patty is around. What is so bizarre about 2 friends wanting to live together. Can we not think outside of the box, a box that says only people in a sexual relationship may live together because that's the way it is. Well, why does it have to be that way.

I have extra room and she could use it. It doesn't cost me a thing to let here use rooms that I don't have any particular use for.

Living together would allow us more time together, which is a positive when we greatly enjoy the time we share. I still have my private space, like the den where I'm typing this and my master suite.

I clearly must trust her, as I have no fear that she's going to shoot me nor pocket 40 ounces of platinum worth $40,000. Nor pocket the thousands in cash I have laying on my desk.

I intend to set up a trust giving her the house, SUV, metals, gun collection, and anything else in the house. Value almost $400,000.

I also intend to make her my health care POA, as she understands my desires and would not leave me suffering when my desire is to exit this world ASAP in such a situation. She knows & accepts that I want no artificial means of life support.

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Nah, I tried it before and free housing usually means having to live with crazies or lowlifes.
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I would. This would be an unqualified improvement to my circumstances. I'm already living with a schizophrenic with depersonalization who can't care for himself and might murder me in my sleep, so I can live with pretty much anyone. I'm already cleaning his **** up after him. Literally. And I've been living a step away from homelessness for years now. My sister feeds me her table scraps, like a dog.

I'm afraid the only kind of people who would take this offer seriously are people in dire straits like me or people looking to manipulate you, @UltraShy . Not sure you'd actually want to live with anyone like that. But I don't know what your friend is like.
Obviously, I literally trust Patty with my life. She knows where I keep my loaded defensive guns that are ready for action (which I sincerely hope they will never see).

So one has to be in dire straights to live with a man in a lovely home that I buy all sorts of nice stuff for. What torture it would be to park yourself on fine leather furniture to watch a high-end 55" TV with premium channels & a DVR & a fine sound bar. Yes, how terrible it would be to live in a lovely 2,800 sq ft colonial on a spacious lot with your own bedroom with walk-in closet, brand new carpet and paint. Ceiling fan too. And your own bathroom as well. An endless supply of hot water from my 75 gallon tank, soft & iron free.

How horrid to wash your laundry in a massive washer & dryer that are new, or sit at a fine kitchen table I will soon have. Your skin will never be dry in winter, as I have a damn fine humidifier. New AC to keep the princess cool & comfy in summer, in addition to ceiling fans.

Free utilities would be a real b*tch! And this is an educated and intelligent man who is a wonderful conversationalist.

Yet, convicted felons get letters from women who are into them.

Is my lack of a felony conviction the problem? What is it that women want, that I am failing to provide?

And to make this even more horrid, you will only inherit the house, SUV, and everything in it upon my demise. What the hell more could anyone reasonably ask for?

I even provide her with employment!

If this sounds attractive to any ladies out there, please feel free to PM me. BTW, if you want to learn to shoot, I'll take you to the range and let you practice using my guns after receiving my expert instruction.

I also provide better-than-professional grade investment advice and allow you access to service normally reserved for those with $1M-$5M.

Yet this is not enough. Ugh! You get plenty of parking space too. Was I supposed to throw in an exotic sports car too? Make it rain with $100 bills? What the hell do women want? It's beyond my comprehension where any woman is going to find a deal even remotely as attractive as what I have to offer.

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Nah, I tried it before and free housing usually means having to live with crazies or lowlifes.
So do you think I'm crazy?

Do you think I'm a lowlife?

If not, what exactly is my defect(s)?

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