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Taurus GX4: Two Degrees from Greatness

Nutnfancy
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Published on 08 Apr 2022 / In Firearms

Taurus GX4 at Palmetto State Armory https://alnk.to/caXUlzn

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Bodhi Searcher
Bodhi Searcher 7 months ago

Taurus or not, thatโ€™s a great looking gun!

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T 2207
T 2207 7 months ago

LMAO!!! Boner medication.

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Nutnfancy
Nutnfancy 7 months ago

You know it!

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Bodhi Searcher
Bodhi Searcher 7 months ago

@Nutnfancy : Thank you!

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T 2207
T 2207 7 months ago

Nutnfancy, would you ever consider being a guest speaker on Grunt Speak to discuss current events and tell some jokes and just be vets with us? If so, reach out to Terrence Popp please :) It'd be really fun I think.

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Bodhi Searcher
Bodhi Searcher 7 months ago

@T 2207: What/who is Terrance Popp?

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Bodhi Searcher
Bodhi Searcher 7 months ago

I just searched him, watched a video and laughed. Then I read this nearly cried.

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Bodhi Searcher
Bodhi Searcher 7 months ago

โ€œโ€โ€ by Terrence Popp I HAD A LIFE I had a wife and children, I had a family. I had a career with hopes and dreams for the future. I believed in my country. I believed in freedom and that it was worth fighting for. I believed in justice, fair-play and equality. I believed in reward for having a good mans heart. I thought I could make a difference. I thought it all mattered, I had hope. I WAS DEPLOYED TO IRAQ I remember kissing my children as they cried, kissing my wife and promising to return. She promised "I will love you for ever". My employer promised to hold my job as I shook his hand. My neighbors put up flags and wished me well. I served my country; I put up with the heat, shook in terror and feared the night. I endured the separation and dreamed to call home when I could. I lost friends. I lost my health. I looked forward to my home coming and resuming my life, it never came. I RETURNED After extended deployments and broken promises, I am finally allowed to come home. With no one at the ramp, no wife, no children, a restraining order was all I received telling me I can not go home; it was no longer my home. I returned to a job that had been sent overseas. My house was nearing foreclosure and my wife wanted a divorce. At my divorce I was vilified in court for serving my country. I was accused of being unfit to be with my children. I was powerless and helpless as the court stripped my children away from me. The same court and justice system I went to Iraq to defend. I was ordered to pay child support based on a job I no longer had and could not replace. From now on to my kids I am voice on the phone and a paycheck. My passport has been revoked; my tax returns will forever be taken from me. I struggle to pay the court ordered support, if I canโ€™t pay, I become a criminal. I then canโ€™t drive because my driverโ€™s license has been revoked due to arrears in child support. If I try to drive and get pulled over I will go to jail. I then can not pay at all and my arrears increase. I struggle to make ends meet and keep up my support checks. I have no help from my government that called on me and used my service but because I was National Guard, I donโ€™t meet the same requirements as active duty. I file paper work with the courts for visitation with my children and have to wait months to go to court, when I show up for court I could go to jail to pay child support based on a job that was "outsourced" overseas. When I get to see my children its supervised visitation only, because I have been injured in the line of duty and have to take meds for my condition. I have been portrayed as a villain in the eyes of the court. I can now be charged as a felon for child support evasion which again is based on a job I no longer have and that is not coming back. I canโ€™t make enough money, I canโ€™t save any money, I can only struggle to support attorneys and the courts. I filed all the correct paper work, I wore my uniform, I brought the pink slip from my lost job, and the court looked at me like a second class citizen. There was no honor or appreciation for my service and my sacrifice only contempt for my absence; an absence requested by my country for me to serve. Now I owe more then I can ever repay, I can not bankrupt on the debt, I have no voice in court. I have no recourse; Iโ€™ve been robbed of my hope! I was sent thousands of miles away from my family and my life to enforce freedom and democracy and returned to find it doesnโ€™t even exist here for me. Wonder how so many brave and valiant soldiers who served their country with honor can become drunks and bums? Why are they ending their lives after returning home in record numbers? Why are these brave men and women shadows of the people they once were? They have been robbed of their power and voice, and now are just broken and forgotten. They have lost their hope. For far too many, they can only hope to exist in poverty, what a wonderful thank you for their service and a job well done. The most amazing part of this crazy mess is that all these soldiers would honorably serve all over again. Why has our government abandoned us? Where is the honor and service due us? When I kissed my family good bye to leave for Iraq, I didnโ€™t know it would be for the last time. The courts call it obligation; I call it slavery and servitude!!! TERRENCE S M POPP, Green Beret, Iraq: 2003-04.

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T 2207
T 2207 7 months ago

@Bodhi Searcher: Sorry, I bounce around and am not on here as often as I'd like to be so I didn't see your reply.. Yeah, he's a really good man and heavily misunderstood by many. I don't even know if nutnfancy reads comments. Quite frankly, I don't really care anymore. I would just really like to see them discuss some topics together.

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WilD0n3
WilD0n3 8 months ago

Thanks for this information. As someone who is just getting more into firearms it is good to hear other peoples opinion on guns that are out there, This allows me to go and try them out before I decide which is best for me.

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no0negun
no0negun 8 months ago

I almost blacked out when I heard the name, Taurus and saw the birthday cake knife. Then I figured thatโ€™s why you didnโ€™t post a thumbnail. :-)
Good to see more options in this category. Still canโ€™t find anything that has a trigger to beat the Sig P938.
Any video coming on the new admin โ€œGhost Gunโ€ rules?

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