New Rochelle, the 1960s. High schooler Frank Abagnale Jr. idolizes his father, who's in trouble with the IRS. When his parents separate, Frank runs away to Manhattan with $25 in his checking account, vowing to regain dad's losses and get his parents back together. Just a few years later, the FBI tracks him down in France; he's extradited, tried, and jailed for passing more than $4,000,000 in bad checks. Along the way, he's posed as a Pan Am pilot, a pediatrician, and an attorney. And, from nearly the beginning of this life of crime, he's been pursued by a dour FBI agent, Carl Hanratty. What starts as cat and mouse becomes something akin to father and son. Written by <[email protected]>
I definitely like you Shotgun example. The whole gun thing brings me to point. I think that a lot of people that are looking for their first gun don’t do enough research. This is especially true for women who often look what kind of guns men buy without analyzing their own situation first. Their hands are smaller and they have less strength than men. This is why they need to do their research right. We wrote about this recently here for anyone interested in reading it: http:///woman-issues/ Who knows, maybe it will help someone.
– Robert M