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Non-Firearm Weapons / Re: Saps, Slaps and Blackjacks in Arizona?
« Last post by Harm on Today at 11:21:13 PM »
Thats actually my thought Coyotes, I can't carry a gun at work, but I think a nice looking Sap I could just tell my coworkers its for exercising my hands lol  :whistle
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Non-Firearm Weapons / Re: Saps, Slaps and Blackjacks in Arizona?
« Last post by Coyotesfan97 on Today at 11:14:57 PM »
It's policy for most places. I still have my Dads old sap. I'd carry it over an ASP any day.
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Non-Firearm Weapons / Re: Saps, Slaps and Blackjacks in Arizona?
« Last post by steve2md on Today at 10:53:26 PM »
The only weapon that is illegal to carry in AZ is Nunchucks, to the best of my knowledge. Brass knucks, otf switch blades, SAPs, weighted gloves, all good to go
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Shotguns / Re: Thinking of my next shotgun
« Last post by Harm on Today at 10:50:34 PM »
Feel free to take a look at the original questions  :whistle
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Non-Firearm Weapons / Saps, Slaps and Blackjacks in Arizona?
« Last post by Harm on Today at 10:28:36 PM »
So I own a Sap and I'm moderately "eh" on the quality.  A locking stitch to keep the shot at one end, and a stiffer leather would make a miraculous difference.  Anyways I was discussing this with some friends tonight and one swears that they are illegal.  To the best of my knowledge they are a no fly zone for cops, but thats policy, not law.  Am I wrong?
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Gear and Accessories / Re: Favorite military surplus store
« Last post by Kronos on Today at 10:22:10 PM »
U.S. Surplus Corp. . . at 67th Avenue & McDowell.
This is where I go, as it's only about ten minutes away for me, and the others are 20+. I think they're a good shop, as well. Lots of product, friendly staff. Unfortunately I'm not familiar with anything in the East Valley.
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Haha. I suspected that, but thought I was just reading too far into it and that he really was talking about photography.  :facepalm
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True story, I bought my D800 ($3k retail value) when they had just come out for $10... plus 6% tax in Maryland.
And a D300s ($1k value at the time) for another $10 plus tax. :-P

As Lucky alludes to, coelacanth was making a joke concerning his corporeal self.  ;)


-T.
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Thanks Jesse.
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Gear and Accessories / Re: Butler Creek rimfire loader for Ruger 10/22's
« Last post by GavenAZ on Today at 09:49:07 PM »


This thing seems more functional than the one I have.
Seems pricy if you want multiple adapters though.
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