Pistol price

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Re: Pistol price

Postby happydude » Sat May 23, 2009 12:11 am

I'd also recommend CGN so long as you do not register with the word "potato" or any reference to potatoes in your user name...
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Re: Pistol price

Postby Islander » Thu Jun 18, 2009 9:37 pm

Jframer7 wrote:But no matter where you buy a gun you should register on CGN. Its to firearms talk as to blueline is to Canadian law enforcement. Wealth of knowledge for any shooters no matter what level you are at.

CGN is an awesome site. There are a few anti law enforcement guys there, but you'll get anti's for anything, anywhere. It's a very good place to obtain knowledge on all things firearms related.

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Who makes up these names?

Something just doesn't sound right about having a gun and being "nutz". :shock:

That's more of a stereotype shining through than anything else. If it were carnutz.com or hockeynutz.com no one would think twice. People hear 'gunnutz' and their heads start spinning in fear :D

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Re: Pistol price

Postby Respond Wayne » Thu Jun 18, 2009 10:16 pm

I was gonna say, I don't remeber saying that... oh... 2 years ago maybe... Way to dig up an old post Glockman! :P
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Re: Pistol price

Postby TSE JR » Fri Jun 19, 2009 12:15 pm

I know Target Sports in Gormley has a ton of SIGs in stock as we just held "Sig Day" about a month ago.

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