Show Posts

This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.


Topics - Rusty Shackleford

Pages: [1] 2 3 4 ... 101
1
NFA / NFA Gun Trust in Texas for $99 On Sale
« on: January 08, 2014, 12:48:38 PM »
These gun trusts are normally $199, on sale right now for $99. Great deal, I used them personally. If you dont have  a trust yet, now is the time!

http://www.199trust.com#oid=1083_1

2
WSMV Channel 4
http://texasgunblog.com/archives/12745

FULL VIDEO ABOVE



Well at least thats what the headline "should" read...

Recently the lamestream media has been reporting that people are LEGALLY selling guns on the internet, and you should be WORRIED!!!!

Well, a news station in Tenn decided to search instagram for #gunsforsale and well, guess who popped up? lol

Apparently the ATF and local LEO in Tenn is concerned that after I ship the guns i sell to Tenn residents, and they legally do the 4473 at their local dealer, that those customers may turn around and sell those guns to people who dont qualify to own guns. So... its TIME.


3
General Gun Discussion / FBI NICS phone center is DOWN
« on: November 07, 2013, 11:07:14 AM »
unfortunately i can see this being a trend, in an attempt to get more dealers to start using the online Echeck system (records your SNs in the fbi database vs the 4473 which does nothing other than keep it on file at the dealer level). yay!

4
Gun News & Laws / Background Checks For Ammo Delayed In NY
« on: October 28, 2013, 11:34:21 PM »
http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/10/28/Background-Checks-For-Ammunition-Purchases-Delayed-In-New-York

 :thumbsdown: :thumbsdown: :thumbsdown:

The implementation of background checks for ammunition purchases in the State of New York continues to be delayed as state police try to development a system for doing such checks.
Background checks for ammunition purchases were one of the many laws NY Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into law in January under the auspices of the SAFE Act. .....

5
General Gun Discussion / NEW MICRO DRACO
« on: October 28, 2013, 03:43:08 PM »
So Century Arms got in today the very first batch of the long awaited micro-draco. This is supposed to be SMALLER than the mini Draco. They had no photos, the salesman said he had never seen one. They sold out in seconds. I got four. Has anyone seen one of these before? Im thinking they will do quite well on auction  :P

6
This INOX was new, but I rented it to a CHL student last week, so now its got 50 rounds down the pipe. I started it on auction today for a penny. Forum members disregard the "no local pickup" and just shoot me an email on gunbroker if you win. Started it at a penny  :thumbsup1:
http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=373091019


7
CHL - Concealed Handgun License / Instructor renewal class ... Pass
« on: October 23, 2013, 06:21:23 PM »
Been here since 8am... 6:19 just passed the written test with a hundred ... Sunday ill take the shooting test . I'm thinking I'm going to use my smith pc1911 and my white  rhino ds60 to qualify . Lots of information today and it was good to get clarification on some of the new changes in legislation ...

8
$1479
Trades considered

9
FIREARMS (You must log in to view Firearms Classifieds) / WTB: HK P7
« on: October 18, 2013, 03:06:57 PM »
I have convinced myself i need one.  :facepalm:

10
my warehouse in nevada got in two hard to find rifles today, if you want one get with me ASAP. Auto Ordnance M1 Carbine $669 (GREAT PRICE) DPMS 3GI 308 19rd 18" AR-10 $1425 (AMAZING PRICE) Will ship to your ffl for additional shipping fee, Texas Residents add 8.25% Tax. This deal will be ON until my warehouse runs out of product. 4 M1 Carbines left, and around 40 AR-10s left as I type this... Contact me @ houstongunforum at gmail.com





11
This looks like it may get interesting..

FYI I dont think any of you should get involved. There, I said it.

"For many years young black men from the traditional Fourth Ward were told to don't even go toward River Oaks," Quanell X said. "I can't think of a better community in Houston to (demonstrate to) bring down the pernicious image of African American men and to stop racial profiling."

so, in response, a River Oaks resident has organized his own Rally - The "G. Zimmerman River Oaks Stand Your Ground" group, which has a facebook page for the event @ https://www.facebook.com/GeorgeZimmermanHouston.

here is what he had to say on facebook:

EDIT: They apparently got some bad feedback (go figure) on the previous "statement" and have changed things up a bit..

SEE BELOW





Now the intent seems to be to repeat what happened when Q-tip brought the panthers and an angry mob to Joe Horns neighborhood in Pasadena after he was acquitted of murder charges.

Heres a video of Pasadena

https://www.youtube.com/watch?&v=Mei_cSyeqg8

12
So i dont advertise here much, but you guys need to know about this.

http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=339098838

New Frontier Armory is the sole distributor for EXTAR and I spoke directly to the management last night. These will ship out to me Monday and will be in my hands by the end of the week.

I will be doing a youtube review - if you havent seen my youtube channel yet check out www.youtube.com/texasgunblog



Specifications
MFG – EXTAR
Model – EXP-556
Type – Semi Automatic Gas Operated Pistol
Caliber – .223 / 5.56 NATO
Magazine – Standard MILSPEC AR-15 Magazine
Weight (Unloaded) – 2.98 Lbs (48 Oz)
Weight (Loaded W/ 30 Rd AR-15 Mag) – 4.06 Lbs (65 Oz)
Overall Length – 18” (45.72 Cm)
Barrel Length – 8.25” (20.96 Cm)
Barrel Length Including Muzzle Device – 9.25” (23.50 Cm)
Barrel Twist – 1:9 Standard ½-28 Threaded Barrel With Included Recoil Reducing Muzzle Brake
Width – 2.25”
Fixed Sights — Sight Radius Of 12.38” (31.43 Cm)
Lightest 5.56/.223 Pistol In The World
Made In USA
Compact Design With No Buffer Tube
Ergonomic Pistol Grip
Integrated MIL-STD 1913 Picatinny Rail For Easy Mounting Of Optics And Accessories
Extremely Low Recoil – Can Be Held And Shot With One Hand With Virtually No Muzzle Climb
Crisp Trigger Pull Of 5.5 Lbs
Reversible Safety To Accommodate Left Hand Shooters
Why Pay Extra For Parts? Comes Standard With Front Anti-Slip Free Floating Hand Guard And Muzzle Brake!
Integrated Winter Trigger Guard

13
Off Topic Discussion (NON FIREARM RELATED) / Feeling mushy today
« on: April 17, 2013, 04:11:48 PM »
Im busy as heck as usual and never have time to come around, but I just wanted to tell ALL OF YOU thank you.

Ship, Dom, Jeb, Ricochet and all the other usual suspects, and the hundreds of new guys and not so new guys that Im not around to talk to on here. ALL OF YOU - Thanks for making Texas Gun Forum such an awesome community.

Carry on!


14
So soon, VERY SOON, we will be beginning production of 80% AR-15 lowers. I will hopefully have some images for you all to check out within the next few days.

Its been very hard for me to not release this info, but at this point, its a sure thing, and the wheels are in motion. These will be produced right here in Houston, and I cannot stress enough how excited I am about this whole thing.

Please do not message or email me about pre-ordering as of right now, I refuse to start taking money until we have production started.

Stay tuned!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

What is an 80% receiver?
An 80% Receiver is a partially completed piece of material that requires special tooling and skills to be completed and considered a firearm. Unlike a firearm receiver it is not required to be transferred through a Federal Firearms Licensed holder (FFL).

Legalities
A lot of questions have been raised about how our 80% AR-15 Lower Receivers can be considered non-firearms. We've received a determination letter from the ATF stating that the ATF does not view this as a firearm because to complete the receiver it requires specialized skills and tooling.

Do I need an FFL to make a firearm?
In a short answer, no. As long as you can legally own the firearm in the state, county and city you reside in you are allowed to manufacture a firearm for your own personal use. No serial number is required however it is suggested to engrave a serial number, model and manufacturer on your receiver in case it is lost or stolen.

All National Firearms Act (NFA) regulations apply to your firearm. You may create a short-barreled rifle out of your firearm via a BATFE (Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco Firearms and Explosive) Form 1 after BATFE approval.

Recommended Tools
Completing an 80% Lower Receiver can be accomplished using a variety of tooling and methods, the most common methods require using a manual mill or a drill press. Both manual mills and drill presses can be purchased off web sites like craigslist or ebay as well as from local tooling suppliers. Once you have the machine of your choice, end mills and drills will be required to complete the remaining operations.

Resources
There are many resources on the internet you can use to acquire help and information from the home build gunsmith community. Some of our recommended forums are the following: Tactical Machining Build it yourself forums. Our resource center includes information and advice to commonly asked questions as well as direct answers from us on any question you may have. Weapons Guild & Home Gunsmith - Weapons guild and home gun smith are two great communities of home builders who would be more than happy to help you in your 80% completion project.

Overview of AR-15 and AR-10 80% Receiver
AR-15 80% Lower Receiver
The AR-15 80% Lower Receiver is the most commonly purchased 80% lower receiver in our inventory. The amount of parts available on the commercial market allow for an unlimited number of combinations and configurations for any gun enthusiast. Any military specification based commercial product for the AR-15 will work with our 80% AR-15 Lower Receiver.

The 80% AR-15 Lower Receiver is a great starting point for many calibers including, but are not limited to: .223-5.56mm, 6.8 SPC, 7.62x39mm, 5.45x39mm, 6.5 Grendel. .50 Beowulf, 9mm, .45 ACP.


15
yall wonder why im a dick. yall wonder why i dont let anyone in without an appointment....

today while finishing up a ffl transfer, a guy was standing outside. so i ask  him over the intercom if he has an appt, and he says "na but i have a gun for sale if you are interested" .

so i let him in.

he reeked of booze. not just a little, alot. and of course has an ar-15. so i take it and start my inspection of it, while preparing my phone to call 911 either way, as he was driving.

anyhow - long story short, he brought one of apparently two he had on him into the shop. it was an old DPMS with a rather low serial number. had a 24" barrel. i could tell most of the parts had been replaced. alot of the parts were worn like someone who had no idea what they were doing got ahold of it. lots of damage around pins and what not.

anyhow long story short, i start making small talk while HSCO was in route, and ask they guy how much he wants. he says "well you should check out this" and reaches over and flips the selector to the "rock and roll" position.

 :facepalm:

i go ahead and pop a pin and open it up, sure enough, modified.

fuuuuuuuuuu.....

so he starts talking about how its "legal" because he only had to replace two parts?

anyhow long story short ---

http://www.khou.com/news/crime/Deputies-find-machine-guns-during-DWI-stop-in-Harris-Co--197906751.html


HOUSTON -- Sheriff’s deputies got a big surprise when they stopped a man in northwest Harris County Wednesday night.
Officials said they pulled a man over for driving drunk on FM 1960 at Kuykendahl. They soon found two AR-15's in his car that had been modified as machine guns.
The driver faces multiple charges, including DWI and possession of a machine gun.
Police said he also had a handgun, but did not have a license to carry one.



so when you add the carjacker i got last year... i think i need a cool costume, or at least a key to the city or something...

16
If you want one, and you email me with your forum name, the price is 899 for forum members.  :thumbsup1:



\


17
I have put all of my magazines on auction.
My mags start at just .01 ea with no reserve
there is around 2 weeks on each auction.
If anything it will be fun to warch  :thumbsup1:

To see my auctions go to www.texasgunblog.com and click the giant "CLICK HERE TO SEE MY AUCTIONS" button

also if you go to the main menu up top you can browse my TWO online stores!

18
THIS IS THE LAST OF MY LOWERS
I WANT TO KEEP THEM FOR MYSELF
AND HAVE PRICED THEM ACCORDINGLY
THOSE WHO WISH TO COMPLAIN ABOUT THE PRICE ARE WELCOME TO DO SO
I TOO THINK ITS CRAZY
YET SADLY, I DO THINK I WELL SELL OUT VERY FAST  :afraid4:

HAD AN AUCTION ON A COMPLETE I STARTED A WEEK AGO CLOSE LAST NIGHT AT $950.. WITH CC FEES AND SHIPPING IT WAS OVER A GRAND.

http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=323159234


IM AT THE POINT WHERE I DONT EVEN WANT TO SELL THIS STUFF BECAUSE I AM AFRAID I CANNOT REPLACE IT

REMEMBER I AM A GUN NUT TOO... AND ONCE THEY GO AWAY I AM EMPTY HANDED

 

20
Off Topic Discussion (NON FIREARM RELATED) / $300 for 5 Pmags.
« on: December 18, 2012, 09:05:06 PM »
what kind of idiot pays $300 for 5 Pmags? Cant blame the seller he started the auction at a penny. These morons are the reason why prices are going up. http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewItem.aspx?Item=321558582

Pages: [1] 2 3 4 ... 101