You might be my kind of people if…

You know what kind of stuff 18 USC 922 covers, even you’re not a lawyer…

You have an opinion on whether brass needs to be polished after it comes out of the cleaner…

You have a collection of holsters, including at least one Fobus or Serpa you keep around as a reminder not to buy bad holsters…

You live in CA and have a box full of pre-2000 mags for guns you don’t even own, just in case you ever buy one…

You have seriously considered relocating your family to another state with better gun laws and worse weather…

You not only know what a kitchen-table FFL is, but you have at least one in the contacts on your phone…

You’ve bought a gun sight unseen by calling or emailing your personal FFL…

You have your state’s AWB flowchart memorized…

You know every range within driving distance and have strong preferences as to which ones you like to use…

You feel unfulfilled and vaguely guilty if you miss a day of dry-fire practice…

You’ve ever gotten into a heated debate about something gun-related online and had a spouse or significant other remind you that nothing is worth letting strangers rustle your jimmies…

What would you add to this?

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An HK “Friday afternoon” gun? A P30 that shoots to the left…

My regular readers already know the story of my love/hate relationship with the HK P30 9mm with the V4/TGS LEM trigger that I bought this year and took to Rogers Shooting School.  If you’re new ’round these parts, please take a moment to read the most consistently popular article on my blog.  If you have several hours to spare, check out the epic discussion it spawned over at pistol-forum.

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