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Discussion in 'In the News' started by Malum Prohibitum, Jul 21, 2007.
Cool. I didn't agree with some of his policies and decisions, but in my brief meeting with him he was very personable and seemed absolutely unimpressed with himself. He is absolutely adored by the Secret Service people on his detail. I can easily see him doing something like that.
Was it actually his revolver or the Navy's?
What a cool piece of history.
It probably belonged to the Navy, but could have been a personal weapon. My understanding is back then it was not uncomon for an officer to keep their issue weapon (handgun) even after leaving the service.
It most likely listed as battle loss. The military didn't use to be so anal about guns.
when he came to the coverdell building opening last year it was SOOO cool getting to shake his hand. His wife and him are one of my favorite presidential families.