Steve Stanfill
So, who is up for another round of shooting?  This time, all targets will be sent to me and I will upload all targets at the end of the competition. 

Anyone up for a little fun? 
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Rick Holly
I would like to do it. Hopefully, it will be before Mary Lou and I leave for Florida.
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Steve Stanfill
When are you heading to Retirement, USA?  [smile]
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Rick Holly
Steve Stanfill wrote:
When are you heading to Retirement, USA?  [smile]

We are both retired now. I have 36 years teaching and 4 years in the Navy. It just snowed here in Ohio today. So much for global warming.
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Steve Stanfill
No, I meant Florida. When do you leave for Florida?  That is Retirement, USA for you because of the Village you live in down there.  And Florida is warmer than Ohio [smile]
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Rick Holly
We are thinking about going for a couple of weeks in February, maybe. We have parents that need help here in Ohio. So, plans change when they feel badly. I cancelled past trips to help my mother last year.
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Steve Stanfill
Rick, go where you are needed.  Family is the most important. 
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Keith Brownmiller
Family, Rick always takes priority, however, I thought that you had weapons in both Florida and Ohio as well as CCW for both states, so why would you miss an online match if you were traveling?
The Gunny
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Rick Holly
I don't keep a gun in Florida. I guess I should. I am a member of the local gun club in The Villages, FL. There are 1600 members. It is a very gun loving retirement community. They have to have two meetings a month to allow all members to attend.
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Steve Stanfill
WOW!!  That is a lot of enthusiasts.  You don't need to "keep" one in Florida. You can take one back and forth with you. You just need to check it and declare it and have it in a TSA approved case.  No special license or anything like that.  Just need to have the case and check it. 
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Rick Holly
Steve Stanfill wrote:
WOW!!  That is a lot of enthusiasts.  You don't need to "keep" one in Florida. You can take one back and forth with you. You just need to check it and declare it and have it in a TSA approved case.  No special license or anything like that.  Just need to have the case and check it. 

Thanks Steve. I will do it!
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Steve Stanfill
https://www.tsa.gov/travel/transporting-firearms-and-ammunition

For you Southwest Airlines folks, see the Guns and Ammunition link in the FAQs.  If you search "firearms" from the southwest.com page, it will take you to links.  Click the first one. 

I love Southwest! [smile]

Here ya go.
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Steve Stanfill
Oh, don't bring ammo.  Ammo is cheap in Las Vegas.  And plentiful.  .22 is a little hard to come by, so if you are going to bring a .22, let me know how much ammo you will shoot, and I will bring some up from San Diego with me and we can work out the details later.
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