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    Went to town to buy drugs and guns...

    There's only Vimovo in the bag, but the guns are pretty nice. One Colt 1903 hammerless from 1906, and one Colt Pocket Positive from 1920.
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    Oh, I thought you came to my part of town in Detroit.

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    It's a fine Bourbon and S.A.A.s when I go to town, but a 1903 has been known to follow me home also.
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    Nice!


    Las Vegas used to have a combination Pharmacy Drug Store and Gun Store "Westgate Drugs" I think it was...it was a fun place, and always had a few nice old Hand Guns in the offing also.

    You did well today!
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    My local pharmacy guy doesn't have guns.
    He is a Walgreen's tho'.
    But seriously, wouldn't it be a better world if you could just run down to the drugstore or the hardware store and walk out with a Thompson? Like they used to do back in our Dad's day?
    Thank you, Punkin' head, aka Ted (dead, just like Mary Jo), for the NFA* of 1965 that nearly stripped us of all our IIA God-given rights.
    rant over.
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    *or was it the GCA? Either way, we lost our class IIIs to the earlier one, and got subjugated but the one in '65.
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    I bought my K22 from my local Drug Store. Owner was a gun guy and FFL.
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    A very fine road trip.
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    That figures...my insurance uses CVS and not Walgreen's

    Nice pick ups!!
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    About 50 years ago, there was a Drug Store in Glasgow, VA (on the Maury River east of Natural Bridge) that was owned by man with the same last name as mine, St.Clair. He had several racks of rifles and display cases containing pistols for sale in that store. I met him at the famous Hillsville Gun Show in the late 1960's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkInTx View Post
    That figures...my insurance uses CVS and not Walgreen's

    Nice pick ups!!
    If it makes you feel better: My insurance didn't cover the guns...

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