I figure it's time I speak up. I'm a young and relatively inexperienced gun-nut from just outside the perimeter. Been hoarding guns for just a couple years now [only up to 7, but ask me again in a couple weeks]. I finally got around to applying for my GFL last week, and I'm muddling through the paperwork for a C&R at the moment. For the record: The Henry County Probate Court is no longer on Lawrenceville St. It's on Sims St., a block away. There's no need for a money order, as you can pay the full $39 in cash. The clerk looked slightly annoyed when I pulled out the MO. Also, fingerprinting is done on the premises, via digital scanner. Just one finger of ink for the license itself. Anyhow, I spent a couple pleasurable hours at Charlie Elliot on saturday. I like it more than the indoor ranges I frequent. A bit more laid back, with more sunshine and less noise. I noticed a distinct lack of homeboys with Glocks, as well. Took a couple gun-virgins out there and ripped through a few hundred rounds, and much fun was had by all. Guns of interest: Glock 21, .45ACP: My first. Big, comfy, incredibly easy to shoot. Knock-around gun- what does manage to scratch it does nothing to detract from already boring looks. Interarms Virginian Dragoon, .44Mag: Therapy gun. I can be Dirty Harry and The Man With No Name all at once. Kel-Tec PF-9, 9mm: Mousegun extraordinaire. Slightly nasty recoil. FN Hi-Power SFS, .40S&W: My Blued Belgian Baby. I've promised her a set of Spegel grips this year.