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Thread: Got my gun back

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    Well, I'll take the story at face value and say...
    1- congrats on getting your gun back
    2- I hope you're doing well, living on your own, and in good mental and physical health
    3- If it wasn't a good time to buy (if you had to keep it a secret at the time of purchase), then why not just wait to buy it in the first place?
    TheXdm in 45 is a smooth shooting handgun. I've shot one with my buddy a handful of times and I can shoot it really well at 5, 10, and 20 yds.

    The reason you're getting so much slack for the OP is the tone - it sounds immature. Not saying that you're immature, just the tone of the post (secret purchase, friend telling on you to your parents, didn't even buy ammo, etc.) I hope that's all resolved now and that you get to enjoy that handgun some more! Please be safe for yourself and those around you.
    "Stay classy, San Diego"

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    also, after looking at the old threads... did he end up sending it through an FFL?
    I live in Michigan now and it's a bit annoying since the state has a handgun registry. For him to get it out of his name (on the MI side of things), I hope he sent it through FFL -- as that's the legal way, even though there's no state registry in IN.

    Congrats again on getting in back
    "Stay classy, San Diego"

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    I suppose I'm not very well versed on the OP's posting history to get the meaning of all the vague comments in the followup posts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldpink View Post
    I suppose I'm not very well versed on the OP's posting history to get the meaning of all the vague comments in the followup posts.
    Did you read the links to other ingo threads?

    Reading them gave me what I think is a much better understanding of the situation. Even with the provided links I am still very confused about the entire situation. It is all quite unusual, I just hope the OP is in a good mental place and has as much training as he can obtain.

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    I think I'm in good mental health and I'm getting very good training
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    Quote Originally Posted by churchmouse View Post
    Oh man not another one of these.......

    Fellas, keep it real please.
    These topics remind me of that old joke where the guy goes hunting, gets molested by a black bear, then goes back for revenge and gets molested by grizzly bear, then goes back for revenge and before the polar bear molests him, he says, "You're not really here for the hunting, are you."



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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisK1977 View Post
    Wouldn't it be wrong for a priest to tell someone else what they had told him? Being out for four years does that mean incarceration or in mental care?
    if it was BS why not call someone out for saying it?
    If Catholic, that would be considered breaking the "seal" of the Confessional and a big no no on the priest's side...
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    Quote Originally Posted by miguel View Post
    If Catholic, that would be considered breaking the "seal" of the Confessional and a big no no on the priest's side...
    Only if it were in a confessional situation, though . . .



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    I feel better about myself now....Much better....

    That's a lot of drama for a plastic gun right there.....


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