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Anyone got there number?
and as always awesome customer service. A+
i believe its the 325 count federal match grade ones in the white box.
they've had it for a few weeks.
they had the 500 box for i think it was 30-something bucks last week or so, but now sold out.
call to confirm. dont take my word for it.
Been getting mine from laser-cast and haven't had any problem with availability on 45 colt, 45acp. 9mm on order...
Gotta check this place out. New to the firearms community but would rather spend my money at a place with great customer service.
wow that is a lot of LSD, you don't get any discoloring? I've read of guys using 1/4 tsp - 1tsp of lemishine and a couple drops of dawn.
Hey guys, thank you all for the great responses. I really appreciate it.
For those of you who registered your weapons, where exactly did you register them? The local PD? And how did you feel after you registered them? It seems like it would be an easy way for them to come by and grab your gun if the law were to ever change! A scary thought...
As for the job situation, I can easily work from home with jobs from the mainland. I don't forsee that becoming an issue... at least not in the near future.
For being considered a haole, I'm not too worried about it. I spent my whole early life being the minority and I'm used to it. Also when I visited Oahu most locals I spoke with thought I was also a local. Regardless, it won't become a problem for me unless they block my view of the beach
And cost of living can't get much worse than where I live now. I'm located in the silicon valley, where a 2+2 can cost close to a million in the right area. Life here is too fast, the human congestion in the valley is nauseating, and cost of living is growing every day. I think Hawaii will be a nice change of pace and I've always enjoyed surfing, but norcal waters are too f*ckin cold!
I'm not sure which island to live on yet. I suspect cost of living and location will be a factor. I would like to be located within walking distance of the beach of course, and not too rural... wouldn't like to drive more than 15 minutes to reach the nearest grocery. I've only been on Oahu and that seemed great. I liked what I saw on the north shore.
I'd like to weigh in on this if I may. My wife and I are moving to Oahu most likely near the end of this year. We got married in Waimanalo almost two years ago, and she loved it. We were always going to move back to the US, but didn't know where. We decided to visit Oahu again but this time without the "holiday blinkers"! We tried to imagine ourselves as already having moved and what it would be like day to day, obviously as much as you can without having to go to work. We decided that it is the right place for us, and we've been planning as much as we can since then. I grew up in a town just like Waimanalo, so for me it seems like my old town, just relocated a few thousand miles away.
We currently live in London, I've been here since 1998 and my wife has been here for only around 5 years. We live in a two floor house which has been split into 10 apartments, all have approximately 120sq feet of space, and rent in dollars is around $1400 a month. We have no yard, and no space to park a car and so we get around using public transport. It always makes my American friends laugh when I tell them you have to have a license to own a tv here, for real, if they catch you without one they fine you up to something like $2000 (they even have vans that cruise around with gear that can tell if you are receiving a signal, they check it against their license list and bust you if you aren't current with your fees. We have 20% tax on almost everything, and in central London everything is very expensive, even the basics like milk and bread. Before I lost my job I earned just enough to pay rent, my travel and a tiny amount left over to either save or to use for entertainment, about 20% of my salary.
I've been in the UK for about 15 years, and I still find it hard to adjust. Every time I speak my accent gives me away and people know I'm not from around here, let alone my real name! We have racial tension here too, we even have a political party known for it, but they are still allowed to operate. We also have known terrorist supporters who for some reason the UK won't deport because the person in question may be in danger should they return to their own country. I always defend the US when someone here berates her, I always have and I always will. But then again over here the French aren't particularly popular, nor the Germans, nor almost anyone else who isn't British I lost my job in forensics because the government decided there was no profit in it, and so they closed all the labs down and 1600+ of us became unemployed.
I won't elaborate on how the gun ban is useless, my last job was in fighting gun crime in the UK and business was good
My wife and I are moving to Oahu with no solid job offers, with nothing else but the determination to work our asses off and to do the very best we can. We both have very good resumés, and aren't picky about what we do for work. We are going to try our absolute hardest to make it work, if we fail it won't be because we didn't try. We would rather try and fail than wonder if we could have done it.
My point is that every state, in every country has it's good and bad sides. It has to be what you make of it. Life is to be lived and that includes the hard parts that make you sad, and wish things could be easier. One thing I have learned from martial arts is that there is no shame in not winning, victory isn't black and white.
I wish you the very best of luck in your move to Hawai'i, I hope it's the right fit for you and your family. My wife and I are headed there later this year. God bless us all
I and other LIFE instructors will be there.
I'd like to throw something out there for your consideration: We are facing one of the most extensive anti-gun legislative session in recent history. We, as gun owners will need to prepare and organize for the upcoming fight. I'd like to take advantage of this opportunity to suggest that tomorrow we try to (and I hate this word...) network with each other with the intent of creating a working coalition of gun owners. This is not an attempt to get you to join any one organization, although I personally think it would be a good idea, but rather to get to know each other, to strategize, and to help eliminate any of the infighting or bickering that may ultimately reduce our effectiveness. I would further suggest that we also try to meet on a more formalized basis, soon, to hammer out any differences and solidify our positions.
If you are willing, I will help facilitate such a meeting and secure a meeting place. What does everyone think?