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| February 7, 2021

Browning Buckmark

Gwinnett police: Man tries to commit 3 crimes, is thwarted each time

By Chelsea Prince
A North Carolina man is jailed in Gwinnett County after police said he tried to take two cars and broke into a home but was thwarted each time by his intended victims.

All three alleged crimes happened within a span of 30 minutes Monday morning, according to Gwinnett police. Lamont Dickerson, 26, of Charlotte, is being held without bond on multiple charges, including home invasion and hijacking a motor vehicle.

The first attempted carjacking was reported just after 5 a.m. in the area of South Puckett and Ridge roads in Buford, police said. The victim told responding officers he was sitting in his car when he was approached by an unarmed man, later identified as Dickerson, who opened his door and ordered him out.

“The victim accelerated away from Dickerson, who then attempted to carjack a second vehicle near Ridge Road and Hamilton Mill Road,” Gwinnett police Cpl. Collin Flynn said in a news release. “In that attempt, Dickerson got into the female victim’s car through the passenger door and ordered the female to get out.”

The woman refused, Flynn said. Her attempted carjacker ran off before police arrived.

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Murder charge dismissed after man claims self-defense

By Sabrina Schnur
Charges have been dropped against a man accused of killing his girlfriend’s neighbor after he claimed the shooting was in self-defense.

The Clark County district attorney’s office dismissed the murder charge against Hassan Phillips on Wednesday after Phillips said the shooting was in self-defense, according to Metropolitan Police Department Lt. Ray Spencer.

Phillips’ girlfriend, Mayisha Montgomery, had been charged with harboring or aiding a felony offender, but her charges also were dropped Wednesday.

Officers were initially called around 8:30 a.m. Jan. 10 to the 4500 block of Carriage Park Drive, near Mountain Vista Street and Vegas Valley Drive, after multiple neighbors called to report a fight and ShotSpotter detected gunshots in the area, Metro Lt. Richard Meyers said at the time.

Police found a 51-year-old man in the doorway of his apartment suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. He died at the scene, police said.

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“You Big Dummy Lamont!”

If there is to be only one story told to the popo, make sure it is yours. Dead men in doorways tell no tales.

So good to see the designs of his most Saintly JMB (Howitzer Be His Name) show back up. And good to know that his grandson is carrying on the “Family Tradition.”

YEEEEEEHAAAAW!!! Ride me Cowgirl! HONEY HUSH. That IS a pistol in her breeches and she IS glad to see me. DAAAAYYYUUUUM! “…She was a black haired beauty….”

Further proof that AW1Ed loves us and wants us to be happy.


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DUTCH in Atlanta

I have the very limited Browning Buckmark Damascus Pistol. In addition to accurately shooting whatever I feed it, it is a real beauty to behold.

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Those grips are indeed beautiful and I’ll bet they fit like a glove.




They are indeed lovely both to look at and hold. Mate them with the steel-barreled slab-side Buckmark and you get a real tackdriver. The whole Browning clan of .22s started as descendants… Browning had done the Colt Woodsman, and his grandson Bruce modified the design to be the (better!) Browning Challenger. The Buckmark is the direct descendant of the Challenger… not 100% sure they “improved” the Challenger design, but the Buckmark has been popular for decades. If you want a steel big-boy .22, your shortlist will probably come down to a Ruger or Buckmark.

Jeff LPH 3, 63-66, ARNG 75-77

That Buckmark Looks a lot like a High Standard.


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