Newlyweds in training

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9 Responses to Newlyweds in training

  1. Y. says:

    Neat pictures, I like the top one.

    Why is it so desaturated though? Is it used as background for something?

  2. LarryArnold says:

    Training newlyweds can be an adventure. I had a couple in a recent CHL class who had gotten engaged the night before. Didn’t quite need a bucket of water.

    Best wishes!

  3. cavmedic says:

    What state do I need to reside in to purchase and possess such AK’s, along with those additions?
    Smiles aplenty on my end.

    • LarryArnold says:

      Texas. Not only purchase and possess, but carry around.

      Q.”What do I need to do to legally bring my guns to Texas?”
      A. Carry them over the border.
      Q. “How do I register my guns in Texas?”
      A. You don’t. Texas doesn’t do that kind of nonsense.

      Texas laws at

    • Paul Koning says:

      There are a couple of states that have draconian gun laws, but there are quite a lot that are fairly civilized. If you’re in “fly-over country” you’re probably ok. New Hampshire is good (the words Larry applied to Texas apply to NH as well). Massachusetts is not, which is why the crime rate is far higher there. Read the laws. There are good summary on various gun websites.
      As a first test, look if the state is a “shall issue” state. If not, run away; “may issue” is a major red flag. (Consider extreme cases like Hawaii, theoretically “may issue” but the local authorities proudly state that they have not actually issued a permit in the past several decades.)

  4. sean says:

    Is there a way to mount an optic to that GSG AK? My middle-aged eyes don’t work as well as they used to.

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