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 Post subject: Gun Shop Salesman of the Month
Posted: Sun Feb 15, 2009 9:08 pm 
 
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While I'm not big-time into guns, I do enjoy an occasional visit to the local gun shops just to see the cool stuff, and squeezing off a few rounds when time permits. I couldn't believe what I saw in a place a little outside of Erie. On the wall behind the counter was three identical framed photos of Barack Obama. Each one was titled "Salesman of the Month" - one for November, one for December, and one for January. LOL. :smt005
 
I get the feeling he'll hold that dubious distinction for quite a while.
 
Because I'm cheap, I buy my ammo at Wal-Mart. A stop at the local Wal-Mart yesterday for a stock of 9 mm target shooting ammo gave a real surprise - there was no flavor of 9 mm ammo at all. Most of the other ammo was sold out as well. Today, I went to a Super Wal-Mart on the other side of town. Sold out.
 
Hmmm... wonder what's up?

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troy
 Post subject: Re: Gun Shop Salesman of the Month
Posted: Tue Mar 31, 2009 12:16 pm 
 
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I've seen that too. What p***es me off is listening to guys in there (customers) who voted for Obama trying to tell me Ihave nothing to worry about... while they're stocking up on handgun ammo. I don't trust 'em.
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delorina
 Post subject: Re: Gun Shop Salesman of the Month
Posted: Fri Aug 14, 2009 6:12 am 
 
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What can officially make a non-electric paintball gun capable of shooting burst or auto? I plan to get the Tippmann 98 custom and heard from a friend, who also has the same gun, that he plans to buy something that can make his gun fire in bursts and in automatic. What is this object if there is such a thing?
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