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    I'm an old rock-n-roll dude......still fancy the Dr Martens
     

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    Got some cash
    Bought some wheels
    Took it out
    'Cross the fields
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    But we're alright

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    Got some cash
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    Quote Originally Posted by chasea View Post
    yes, yes, but at what price?
    are you advocating that i drive a bugatti?
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave1215 View Post
    are you advocating that i drive a bugatti?
    Well, at least once. This thread is called "things I want," not "things I can afford."

    Oh, and if you know someone who'll loan you his Bugatti, put in a good word for me. I'd like to take it for a spin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by C.Dyer View Post
    Hey Chase,

    You just have to look on the right website...

    Winn Perry
    bought a pair of unique alden shoes from these guys
    experienced prompt, professional and attentive service
    product is of extreme quality and functional design
    expensive, yes, but will last forever
    will not hesitate to buy from them again
    thank you c.dyer for your recommendation
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave1215 View Post
    bought a pair of unique alden shoes from these guys
    experienced prompt, professional and attentive service
    product is of extreme quality and functional design
    expensive, yes, but will last forever
    will not hesitate to buy from them again
    thank you c.dyer for your recommendation
    Hey, great! I'm glad that worked out for you. Sadly, Winn Perry is shutting its doors and is going to exist only as an online retailer as of the end of this week. I'll miss being able to go in that place.

    What Aldens did you get? I freakin' love mine...
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by C.Dyer View Post
    ...What Aldens did you get? I freakin' love mine...
    wore tan suede cowboy boots
    throughout my college years
    and was feeling nostalgic
    but i'm 50 years old now and so...

    anyway this pair will last forever

    ALD_97782_2_WEB_large.jpg
     

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    Do you own a suede brush? If not, have you seen or used one before?

    By the way, great shoes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chasea View Post
    Do you own a suede brush? If not, have you seen or used one before?

    By the way, great shoes.
    i do, i have, thanks

    btw, other than denim, with what would you wear these shoes?
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave1215 View Post
    i do, i have, thanks

    btw, other than denim, with what would you wear these shoes?
    A summer suit. Nice stuff!
    GO!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave1215 View Post
    i do, i have, thanks

    btw, other than denim, with what would you wear these shoes?
    Bold colors if you're daring. If not, start experimenting with various shades of brown. Brown suits will be big this year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave1215 View Post
    wore tan suede cowboy boots
    throughout my college years
    and was feeling nostalgic
    but i'm 50 years old now and so...

    anyway this pair will last forever

    ALD_97782_2_WEB_large.jpg
    Very nice! Good pickup.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by chasea View Post
    I'm good on knives for now. The girlfriend's family is from Little Rock. So I got two knives- and held more than a few loaded guns- on Christmas day.

    Can anyone from New York tell me the law as far as carrying a pocket knife, especially on the subway? I've heard a few conflicting stories.

    Old Faithful Shop — Walnut Wenger Utility Pocket-Knife
    Received from:

    Office of the Queens District Attorney of Queens County
    Queens criminal Courts Building
    125-01 Queens Blvd.
    Kew Gardens NY 11415

    Cover letter:

    As per your request the law strictly prohibits a person from
    carrying any type of knife with a blade of 4" or over (Four) in
    length. Enclosed is a copy (highlighted) of the statute.

    Signed: Mary A. Moris A.D.A



    Chap. 1 Public Safety 10-133
    Historical Note: Formerly 436-5.1

    10-133 Possession of knives or instruments.

    A. Legislative findings. It is hereby declared and found that possession in public places, streets and parks of the city, of large knives is a menace to the public health, peace, safety and welfare of the people of the city; that the possession in public places, streets and parks of such knives has resulted in the commission of many homicides, robberies, maimings and assaults of and upon the people of the city; that this condition encourages and fosters the commission of crimes and contributes to juvenile delinquency, youth crime and gangsterism; that unless the possession or carrying in public places, streets and parks of the city of such knives without a lawful purpose is prohibited, there is danger of an increase in crimes of violence and other conditions detrimental to public peace, safety and welfare. It is further declared and found that the wearing or carrying of knives in open view in public places while such knives are not being used for a lawful purpose is unnecessary and threatening to the public and should be prohibited.

    B. It shall be unlawful for any person to carry on his or her person or have in such person's possession, in any public place, street or park any knife which has a blade length of four inches or more.

    C. It shall be unlawful for any person in a public place, street or park to wear outside of his or her clothing or carry in open view any knife with an exposed or unexposed blade unless such person is actually using suck knife for a lawful purpose as set forth in subdivision d of this section.

    D. The provisions of subdivisions b and c of this sections shall not apply to (1) persons in the military service on the state of New York when duly authorized to carry or display knives pursuant to regulations issued by the chief of stall to the governor; (2) police officers and peace officers as defined in the criminal procedure law; (3) participants in special events when authorized by the police commissioner (4) persons on the military or other service of the United States, in pursuit of official duty authorized by federal law; or (5) any person displaying or in possession of a knife otherwise in violation of this section when such a knife (a) is being used for or transported immediately to or from a place where it is used for hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, picnicking or any employment, trade or occupation customarily requiring the use of such knife; or (b) is displayed or carried by a member of a theatrical group, drill team, military or para military unit or veterans organization, to from or during a meeting, parade or other performance or practice for such event, which customarily requires the carrying of suck knife or (c) is being transported directly to or from a place of purchase in such a manner as not to allow easy access to such knife while it is transported; or (d) is displayed or carried by a duly enrolled member of the Boy or Girl scouts of America or similar organization or society and such display or possession is necessary to participate in the activities of such organization or society.

    E. Violation of this section shall be an offense punishable by a fine of not more than three hundred dollars or by imprisonment not exceeding fifteen days or by both such fine and imprisonment.


    Case notes:
    This section promotes a legitimate governmental objective and is not unconstitutionally vague or an improper exercise of the city's police power.------ People v Ortiz 125 Misc. 2d 318 [1984]




    10-134 Prohibition on sale of certain knives

    A. Legislative findings. It is hereby declared and found that the possession on public places, streets and parks of the city of folding knives which lock upon opening, is a menace to the public health, peace, safety and welfare of the people of the city; that the possession in public places, streets and parks of such knives has resulted in the commission of many homicides, robberies, maimings and assaults of and upon the people of the city, that this condition encourages and fosters the commission of crimes, and contributes to juvenile delinquency, youth crime and gangsterism; that is this situation is not addressed, then there is a danger of an increase in crimes of violence and other conditions detrimental to public peace, safety and welfare. It has been found that folding knives with a blade of four (4) inches or more that locks in an open position are designed and used almost exclusively for the purpose of stabbing or threat thereof. Therefore for the safety of the city, such weapons should be prohibited from sale within the jurisdiction of the city of New York.

    B. It shall be unlawful for any person to sell, offer for sale within the jurisdiction of the city of New York any folding knife with a blade length of four or more inches which is so constructed that when it is opened it is locked in an open position and cannot be closed without depressing or moving a release mechanism.

    C. Exempt from this section are imported and exporters or merchants who ship or receive locking folding knives, with a blade length of four or more inches, in bulk, which knives are scheduled to travel or have traveled in the course of international, interstate, or intrastate commerce to a point outside the city. Such bulk shipments shall remain in their original shipping package, unopened, except for inspection and possible subdivision for further movement in interstate or intrastate commerce to a point outside the city.

    D. Violation of this section shall be an offense punishable by a fine of not more than seven hundred fifty dollars ($750) or by imprisonment not exceeding sixteen days (16) or both such fine and imprisonment. Any person violating this section shall be subject to a civil penalty not to exceed one thousand dollar for each violation.




    Oh yeah, I want this now.......

    DD M4 v5 LW



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    Outlier Stormking parka would make me very happy.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disturbed View Post
    Oh yeah, I want this now.......

    DD M4 v5 LW

    Maybe you can appreciate my latest acquisition (not this one, but one just like it):

    "It's better to not know so much than to know so many things that ain't so." -- Josh Billings, 1885

    A man with any character at all must have enemies and places he is not welcome—in the end we are not only defined by our friends, but also those aligned against us.


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    Sweet! A Springfield?

    For...................fun or competition?

    M1A is on my short list.

    I've always wanted to shoot High Power or CMP but my eyes have gone to hell and now it'll be F class or nuthin.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Disturbed View Post
    Sweet! A Springfield?

    For...................fun or competition?

    M1A is on my short list.

    I've always wanted to shoot High Power or CMP but my eyes have gone to hell and now it'll be F class or nuthin.
    It's the granddaddy of the M14/M1A. That's an M1 Garand, 30-06, "Mini-G" which is a short barreled, Tanker's model by Tim Shufflin.

    Vid of one in action:
    "It's better to not know so much than to know so many things that ain't so." -- Josh Billings, 1885

    A man with any character at all must have enemies and places he is not welcome—in the end we are not only defined by our friends, but also those aligned against us.


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    I shoulda known......my bad. I knew it wasn't an M1A but Graand just didn't pop into my damaged heed. Despite my gimormous size I'm a recoil wuss so you're welcome to all the pounding you can take. What's the muzzle blast like with the short barrel?

    I _am _ not _ a _ rifleman. Shotgun/sporting clay/FITASC and pistol/USPSA I can hold my own.


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