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Re: Dillon test lab?
by imahangtia | Today at 08:02:04 PM
No Super 1050 there....
Re: PMC .308 brass
by CTSixshot | Today at 07:47:47 PM
Looks like they added the 170g Fusion FPs and Nosler 170 grain Partition RNs, too...http://www.nereloading.com/index.php/product/bullets/rifle/30-caliber-308.html...
Re: getting a hunting permit in NY so I can carry my 9mm when I go hiking in NY
by Chief Brody | Today at 07:36:02 PM
Not a chance. If I'm not mistaken, New York only allows carrying to and from the range.Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk...
Re: Things that make you go hmmm...
by edgephoto | Today at 07:25:00 PM
Airsoft! or that moron from New Fairfield...... :tat:...
Re: California : Brown Signs Six Gun Control Bills, Vetoes Five
by Freiheit417 | Today at 06:32:29 PM
OuchWhere will all those mags go?Los Angeles already banned possession of "large" mags last year. Nobody/very few turned them in after the "grace period" expired, so it seems they kept them."City residents were granted a “grace period” of sixty days within which to “turn them in,” or otherwise get rid of them. That period just expired.During the sixty-day period, not a single one has been turned in!Now obviously back-peddling, an apologetic LAPD Police Commander, sounding like a spider talking to a fly, said Angelenos can still surrender now-illegal magazines at any police station without fear of arrest."http://www.ammoland.com/2015/11/los-angeles-bans-highcap-mags-not-1-turned-in/#axzz4DCNBT2tw...
Re: Silencer / Suppressor Questions
by Mustang | Today at 06:08:09 PM
Went down today, it was good to Vic and Mad once more. Was so hungry when I got there. Was thinking about a huge hamburger, fries, and one tall coke the whole time I was there, lol. Down payment made. Off to get the pictures next week, the sign off from Stratford P/D., and new set of prints. Middletown wasn't to good with filling out the finger print card. Once this is done might do the integral 22lr. Mad threw more information o it nd it peeked my interest....
Re: Concealed carrier takes down shooter at South Carolina nightclub
by JBear | Today at 05:38:30 PM
I was being sarcastic.Dude... so was I!...
Re: House Plans Vote on Guns Next Week
by undecided | Today at 04:32:37 PM
The story I saw about it said NRA version, to which pelosi's spokesman said "NO WAI" and said they'd all vote against it, cuz if its good for the nra its bad for murika mmkayAlthough the NRA version is better and more honest for the anti gunners than having nothing pass. If they cared about controlling access to guns by terrorists they would vote for that. I'd like to hear why the NRA version is not good for them other than the 'we don't like it'....
Re: Charleston Church Shooting Victims Sue FBI Over Gun Buy
by imahangtia | Today at 03:15:37 PM
They should sue themselves for not carrying suitable defense or paying for suitable security.  Fvck 'em....
Re: So..Slick Willie and The AG meet by accident!
by imahangtia | Today at 02:23:06 PM
Based on the 24 years since I first heard of the Clintons (let alone their history in Arkansas before 1992) I doubt there will any indictment of her royal highness....
ATF investigating possible missing firearms at Remington's Huntsville plant
by sbhaven | Today at 01:17:15 PM
ATF investigating possible missing firearms at Remington's Huntsville planthttp://www.al.com/news/huntsville/index.ssf/2016/06/atf_investigating_possible_mis.html#incart_river_home The federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is investigating the possible theft of one or more firearms at Huntsville's Remington production plant. Michael Knight, a special agent with the ATF's Nashville field office, told AL.com on Thursday that the investigation process includes interviews with Remington staff and examination of the company's inventory controls to determine how many, if any, firearms are lost or missing. The number of missing handguns in question is not yet known, Knight said. The problem came to light when Remington officials contacted the ATF to repor...
Re: Abortion 'rights' vs gun rights
by mu2bdriver | Today at 12:32:50 PM
https://patriotpost.us/opinion/43539Jonah Goldberg's opinion piece on the Hellerstadt decision. Worth a read. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk...
Re: Teaching Terror to Childern
by PROBIKE101 | Today at 11:25:58 AM
Insanity is rampent................
Re: FBI signs $85,000,000.00 deal with Glock.
by sludwinjr | Today at 09:13:06 AM
more like the scene from the crying game.......  :shocked: :shocked: :shocked: :shocked: :shocked: :shocked:...
Re: For Sale: Glock 43
by morph860 | Today at 08:51:52 AM
G43 is sold...
Re: Bridgeport: Open-carry activist arrested at courthouse
by Mustang | Today at 02:40:17 AM
Where?...
Enforcing the Law Is Inherently Violent
by Freiheit417 | Yesterday at 09:08:37 PM
"Yale law professor Stephen L. Carter believes that the United States would benefit if the debate about what laws ought to be passed acknowledged the violence inherent in enforcing them."http://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2016/06/enforcing-the-law-is-inherently-violent/488828/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=facebook :eng101:Point to ponder: Do victimless crimes warrant such extreme violence?  Other recommended reading: The Law by Frederic Bastiat ...
Re: Question for Instructors!
by Masked | Yesterday at 08:53:38 PM
This is exactly what I'm talking about.Mr. Cramer, sir, sorry to use you as the brunt of this example but, here's a guy that's been an instructor/dealer dutifully for YEARS. Paid every single renewal, didn't skip a beat. Now, just because he's not on a computer 24/7, he doesn't need to be informed of the changes? I get where the NRA wants to go but, they're going about this the wrong way in the one SINGLE INDUSTRY, where the majority aren't glued to a computer 24/7 - I'm hearing left and right that guys want to take classes b/c of the elections coming up but, can't figure it out...Also on the instructor policing, I'm 50/50.I've met a few guys that are undeserving. I've met a few guys that are amazing instructors - There needs...
Re: Gun control isn't the answer. We already know how to stop the violence
by undecided | Yesterday at 07:55:11 PM
Please, I saw the mayor of Stamford and a bunch of community 'organizers' discuss the current state of affairs regarding the increased number of shootings in Stamford. They basically said let's be nice to the kids, give them something to do. Meanwhile, there's video of the shooters in most occasions and they should just go round them up and send them to jail. I don't really have sympathy in this case. Lock them up throw away the key. If we're running out of space, release any non-violent offenders....
Re: Gun Rights Advocates Have A Devastating New Argument Against Gun Control
by undecided | Yesterday at 07:42:56 PM
I don't see where Kurt changed his position on silencers....

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