By Dean Weingarten
Arizona – -(Ammoland.com)- I stopped to fuel up at a local gas station. The price was $1.93 a gallon. I was open carrying my old Glock 17. As I came out the door, the biker was standing beside this beautiful Indian motorcycle. I said “Nice bike”, and he replied, “What are you carrying?”
Glock 17, I said, and he pulled open his vest to show me his S&W M&P. He was an armed biker. His vest proudly proclaimed that he was a Vietnam Vet. I said that while I had been in service during Vietnam, my tour was in California, at Hunter-Liggett Military Reservation (now Ft. Hunter Liggett), mostly shut down in one of the several rounds of base closures in the 90’s. But, hey, somebody has to be a REMF (Rear Echelon type). He said he didn’t meet many Army Vets in Yuma, they were nearly all Marines… and he was right.
Then he offered me a Bible, as he was handing them out at the gas station. So we had quite a few things in common: Armed, veteran, Christian, …Read the Rest