I Live in Arizona......

Discussion in 'Disabled Hunters & Shooters Forum' started by SFC, Jul 2, 2011.

  1. SFC

    SFC New Member

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    ......and I'm proud to admit it, I tell everyone this is the friendliest gun state in the union and I sure hope it remains that way.

    I'm a disabled veteran from the Army injured in my RVN Tng, although I stayed for 15 years until the Army said I had to go. Till this day I really believe they wanted us old soldiers out in 1983 to bring in their new army.

    I get around in my Jazzy, compliments of Medicare and VA. It is not what I was looking forward to 40 some years ago, but these were the cards I was dealt and now I will play them (to my advantage:D).

    Looking for an adapter to mount on my chair to mount a holster for an EAA Tanfoglio Witness 9mm 4" and/or Springfield XD 9mm 5". I do enjoy shooting, so far it one the thing the government has not figured out how to take away from me......yet.

    Glad I found this forum, hope to gain some knowledge from you all
  2. jack404

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    G'day SFC, welcome to the forum !

    what sort of adaptor do you mean ?

    a friend in the US has a shoulder holster he uses , ( under his left arm for his right hand draw ) with his chair
  3. hunter29180

    hunter29180 Well-Known Member

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    Welcome to The forum!!

    google wheelchair holster..got about 20 good links
  4. SFC

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    I just found what I was looking for at Brownell's under Wheel Chair Adapter

    Thanks
  6. RedHawk

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    I would agree SFC ,I went several other gun forums and well ,this one is the best by far! I do like the state of Arizona , but I like Oklahoma better!
  7. SFC

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    Nothing wrong with Oklahoma, just not a big fan of the cold winters, but a great state that is gun friendly.
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    Welcome SFC!

    :patriotic:
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    Double D Administrator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    A big welcome to ya sarge! Thanks so much for your service. From the heart.
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    Thank You and You Are Welcome
  11. Double D

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    Been to arizona once. A few yrs ago we flew out there for the NRA family get together at the phoenix convention center. Stayed a few days at a nice place in scotsdale. I am proud of the stance your state has taken. I hope more will follow.
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    Thanks, we have always been a front runner when it comes to our firearms, no matter who is our Governor. We have been an open carry state/territory before becoming a state in 1912. All others have just learned to accept it as that, and if they did not, then they do not have to visit our state:D There have been many a comments from outsiders that said they refused to visit Arizona when obievil was here and a patriot of Arizona showed up with an assault rifle on his shoulder along with others carrying sidearms.

    We are the wild west
  13. Bobitis

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    Welcome SFC!

    Thank you for your service.

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