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Hey collectors, it’s that time again . On the last installment we had some really great presentations. The format is discuss , share, a collectors show and tell . We will have a fun random drawing of cool items donated by our supporters . I heard that Deutschland may have an interesting 6.35 revolver presentation. I will attach a meeting link to this thread later in the week. Hope to see you all there! 👍
 

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Jason SL is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

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I put together this prize pack for tomorrow’s meeting . 9mm bore snake , silicone cloth and a pack of 12 cotton gloves which are really amazing for taking good care of your collection.
this will be in our free raffle . The meeting starts 11:00 EST tomorrow and the link is in the previous post .
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Good group , the time flies . Thank you to Nick (Deutschland) for his amazing Velodog Revolver presentation. He obviously worked very hard on it and it was outstanding. Other notable moments were Dwight’s First Model Dutch Luger from the Sturgess collection . He displayed it and gave a fascinating tutorial. There are some links above , for more information. Quintin shared his mint FN 1922 and we had a great discussion….. which lead to other discussions and so forth 😆
Brandon won the prizes again !!! Congrats…..
we are going to make the Brandon Rule 😊
Thanks to Ed Tinker for his generous donation to the prizes of a wartime lighter . As always thanks to Justin Parker for all his help and donation of snap caps to the prize closet .
Cheers,
Jason
 

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Good group , the time flies . Thank you to Nick (Deutschland) for his amazing Velodog Revolver presentation. He obviously worked very hard on it and it was outstanding. Other notable moments were Dwight’s First Model Dutch Luger from the Sturgess collection . He displayed it and gave a fascinating tutorial. There are some links above , for more information. Quintin shared his mint FN 1922 and we had a great discussion….. which lead to other discussions and so forth 😆
Brandon won the prizes again !!! Congrats…..
we are going to make the Brandon Rule 😊
Thanks to Ed Tinker for his generous donation to the prizes of a wartime lighter . As always thanks to Justin Parker for all his help and donation of snap caps to the prize closet .
Cheers,
Jason
When I was a rookie cop my training officers told me "Three things you never want named after you are policies, case law, or a bridge." Well, here we are...

In all seriousness though, please exclude me from the next raffle, and include this as a prize:

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-Brandon
 
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