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· Ancient Gaseous Emanation
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Missouri prohibits “recklessly” selling, leasing, loaning, giving away or delivering any firearm to a person under age 18 without the consent of the child’s custodial parent or guardian.

Missouri also prohibits anyone from violating the federal law prohibiting anyone from selling or transferring a handgun or handgun ammunition to a person under age 18.


Missouri Permit to Carry Handguns: No permit is necessary to carry a concealed handgun if the person is at least 19 years of age or eighteen years of age and a member of the United States Armed Forces, or honorably discharged from the United States Armed Forces, and is not otherwise prohibited from carrying a firearm.
 

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neither......but that is me........

from your list what is missing is a shotgun.....every gun collection needs a shotgun.....or two or three........:lol:

do not fall into the panic of getting a black rifle or a large capacity handgun due to the media and political rhetoric....take care of needs first.....then the "wants". the black rifles and large capacity handguns will still be there a couple of years from now.....

you are blessed to have inherited some guns......
 
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I just got some of the guns my grampa didn't sell before he died... A beretta m34, .22 pistol, .22 rifle, rem 700 7x57 mauser, and a ruger .357 mag.
Sounds like you have a few firearms to start; I would suggest spending some range time with what you have and some book/web time learning more so you can make a purchase based on what you have experienced and learned instead of seeking someone else's opinion. Just a thought...
 

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The two guns you mention are so very different it is hard to compare them. What is your intended purpose for the gun? That would help answer your question. My immediate thought is I wouldn't buy anything from Glock but that is just my opinion. There are millions of happy Glock owners out there. I personally don't like them.
 

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neither......but that is me........

from your list what is missing is a shotgun.....every gun collection needs a shotgun.....or two or three........:lol:

do not fall into the panic of getting a black rifle or a large capacity handgun due to the media and political rhetoric....take care of needs first.....then the "wants". the black rifles and large capacity handguns will still be there a couple of years from now.....

you are blessed to have inherited some guns......
Thanks man and that's something I really wish my grandpa didn't do, he sold all his shotguns because he didn't like bird hunting because he thought it was unfair and unethical.
 

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Sounds like you have a few firearms to start; I would suggest spending some range time with what you have and some book/web time learning more so you can make a purchase based on what you have experienced and learned instead of seeking someone else's opinion. Just a thought...
Ya, unfortunately, I broke my wrist snowboarding just a couple days ago and I obviously can't go to the range for 6 more weeks but I kinda want to get an AR just for the customizability because all the rifles I have are older style hunting rifles and I kinda want to get a newer rifle..
 

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The two guns you mention are so very different it is hard to compare them. What is your intended purpose for the gun? That would help answer your question. My immediate thought is I wouldn't buy anything from Glock but that is just my opinion. There are millions of happy Glock owners out there. I personally don't like them.
I understand I think I'm going for the AR for the same reasons I told AgedWarrior.
 

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Here's my 2 cents.

Stop looking at new firearms. Shoot the ones you already have. Get good with them. That means shooting them a lot. When you reach your majority age (18 or 21) then go looking at 'new' firearms.
 
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