Hours: 9am-5pm EST  Mon. - Fri. Phone: (704) 774-1102
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John 3:17 - For God sent not his son into the world to condemn the world, but that the world through him might be saved.

 

HOURS: Monday – Friday 9:00am – 5:00pm (Eastern Standard Time)
PHONE: 704-774-1102
FAX: 704-469-5775
EMAIL: sales@classicfirearms.com

 

Email Address for emailing licenses (FFL, C&R, or drivers license) information:
ffl@classicfirearms.com
NOTE: This is a no-reply email address and should only be used for emailing licenses.

 

Mailing Address:
PO Box 125
Indian Trail, NC 28079

 

Local Pick-up:
We are a mail order business and do not allow walk-in traffic as we do not have the facilities for retail business, ie no displays, no cash registers, etc.  However, we realize many local folks would like to avoid shipping charges and thus we set up a relationship with a local retail dealer to handle all of our local transfers for a fee of only $25.00. 
They are Take Aim Training and they have a New Location at 103B McCauley St. Monroe N.C. 28112.

Take Aim Training – Stony Rushing
103B McCauley St.
Monroe NC 28112

To arrange a Local Pick Up Through Take Aim Training E-Mail Stony Rushing at takeaimtraining@aol.com

Orders going to Take Aim Training for pick up must be called in to be handled properly.
If you would like to place an order for local pickup, please call us at 704-774-1102 to place your order.

 

 

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Joke of the Day
Signs

A cop pulls over a carload of nuns. 
Cop: "Sister, this is a 65 MPH highway -- why are you going so slow?" 
Sister: "Sir, I saw a lot of signs that said 22, not 65." 
Cop: "Oh sister, that's not the speed limit, that's the name of the highway you're on! 
Sister: Oh! Silly me! Thanks for letting me know. I'll be more careful. 
At this point the cop looks in the backseat where the other nuns are shaking and trembling. 
Cop: Excuse me, Sister, what's wrong with your friends back there? They're shaking something terrible. 
Sister: Oh, we just got off of highway 119. 

Today in History
1953 Rosenbergs executed

On this day in 1953, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, who were convicted of conspiring to pass U.S. atomic secrets to the Soviets, are executed at Sing Sing Prison in Ossining, New York. Both refused to admit any wrongdoing and proclaimed their innocence right up to the time of their deaths, by the electric chair. The Rosenbergs were the first U.S. citizens to be convicted and executed for espionage during peacetime and their case remains controversial to this day.

Julius Rosenberg was an engineer for the U.S. Army Signal Corps who was born in New York on May 12, 1918. His wife, born Ethel Greenglass, also in New York, on September 28, 1915, worked as a secretary. The couple met as members of the Young Communist League, married in 1939 and had two sons. Julius Rosenberg was arrested on suspicion of espionage on June 17, 1950, and accused of heading a spy ring that passed top-secret information concerning the atomic bomb to the Soviet Union. Ethel was arrested two months later. The Rosenbergs were implicated by David Greenglass, Ethel’s younger brother and a former army sergeant and machinist at Los Alamos, the secret atomic bomb lab in New Mexico. Greenglass, who himself had confessed to providing nuclear secrets to the Soviets through an intermediary, testified against his sister and brother-in-law in court. He later served 10 years in prison.

The Rosenbergs vigorously protested their innocence, but after a brief trial that began on March 6, 1951, and attracted much media attention, the couple was convicted. On April 5, 1951, a judge sentenced them to death and the pair was taken to Sing Sing to await execution.

Verse of the Week
Fathers, do not exasperate your children, instead, bring them up in the training and instruction of the Lord. —Ephesians 6:4

Mothers have such an inside road with children that it is interesting that God commands fathers to be about the work of spiritual nurture. I don't believe he means to exclude mothers. No, I think he assumes they'll do their part. But the father's influence and intentional training is so essential.

Born on this Day
June 19th

1970 

  • Quincy Dushawn Watts, born in Detroit, Michigan, 400m runner

1960 

  • Johnny Lee Gray, Jr., born in Los Angeles, California, 800m runner, Olympics-7th-1996

1960 

  • Simon Wright, heavy metal drummer, AC/DC

1940 

  • Shirley "Cha Cha" Muldowney, drag racer, 1st woman Top Fuel champ

1936 

  • Shirley Goodman, U.S. R&B singers, Shirley and Lee-Feels so Good

1918 

  • Evelle Jansen Younger, prosecutor, Charles Manson, Sirhan Sirhan

1903 

  • Lou Gehrig, American Athlete, 1st baseman, New York Yankees

1811 

  • Henry Prince, Brigadier General Union volunteers