How did the felony guy buy a gun?

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  1. Glockenstien

    Glockenstien
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    so i have a friend, he just got out of jail. He is a felon and i watched him buy a gun the other day. How in the hell did this happen? Also I’m having trouble trying to find a bolt. For a Remington 700xps tactical .308. Anyone got any suggestions?
     
  2. nmwabbit

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    Welcome Glockenstien or is that pronounced ‘Glookensteeen?’ [ref to Mel Brooks’ Young Frankenstein]

    So shall I regale you about my “friend’s” antics, no, truly it isn’t all that important since it could depend on the “felony” type huh!
     
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  3. Mrjenkins

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    Someone has seen young Frankenstein one too many times
     
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  4. nvshooter

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    From which type of establishment did he buy the guy? Guy store? Private guy sale? Tea room? If the purchase was made at a place that routinely sells guys, I'd have to say that something is wrong. We all know that human trafficking is seriously wrong, so I have to ask the age of the guy who was bought? Was the merchandise (the guy being purchased) over 18? Over 21, maybe?
     
  5. Glockenstien

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    You know I don’t agree with human trafficking. It’s a terrible thing to witness let alone be apart of. I often wonder how our ancestors were able to deal with it. It’s a sad sad thing.
     
  6. nmwabbit

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    Moi?

    I saw the movie with a ‘friend’.
     
  7. Mrjenkins

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    Lol. That's a great movie. I have a collectible Mel Brooks directers cut movie box. It has a good 20 some odd movies of his in it.
     
  8. nvshooter

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    The title to your thread is obviously a typographical error. I saw it instantly, but just couldn't surrender the opportunity to run with it...
     
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    Me thinks your humor may have been lost on someone. I thought the same thing you did

    +1
     
  10. Glockenstien

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    Yup that’s a typo, I probably would have done the same thing too. I didn’t even realize. That is some funny stuff though. Damn spell check.
     
  11. Chopins11th

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    There They're Their, it's ok
     
  12. billdeserthill

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    I think it's nice that your friend had his rights restored so soon after paying his debt to society and I hope he keeps the receipt and box for later
     
  13. Kruejl

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    Thread title fixed. :D
     
  14. nvshooter

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    Peace and harmony have been restored...
     

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