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Guess who is being prosecuted?????

Yep, that genius who was carrying a Hi-Point in his waistband without a holster, it slips, he grabs it squeezes the trigger and now has a religious penis.

Moral of the story:  Don't carry a Hi-Point. :)

He shot a handgun and sent the victim to the hospital.
He has 2 felony convictions for selling drugs.
He doesn't have an Indiana state handgun license.
The victim was himself.
He shot himself in the penis.
And the scrotum.
Laugh, cry, let him off or throw him in jail?

Some consider it patriotic, others consider it in-human or tacky, and a few illegal.

This is from a UK AirSoft range, that offers targets of various people in the news, in this case, a teenager who left the UK and joined ISIS.

What do you think? 
Traitor = fair game for anything
Inappropriate / politically incorrect but protected by FIrst Amendment
Not OK but not illegal
Illegal as it could be harassment or a threat

Straight up question, IF you won any AR-15 of your choice, what would you pick?


No limits, taxes :D , other restrictions. 



Is the owner of this cache an amateur or a sophisticated gun collector?

I believe each of you should thank “AOC” Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, for her support in getting Trump re-elected in 2020.

She, and possibly the former CEO of Starbucks, will be responsible for splitting the Demo party into two pieces, resulting in a Republican victory.
And while she is currently “tolerated” by chucky & nancy, more importantly she is making many Democratic voters question their party.

We are at our son’s BMX racing, and the first race was 1 and 2 year old kids on “Striders” a very low bike with pedals.
This was cute and hilarious.

Politics, Gripes, Complaints / Trump hits it out of the park
« on: February 05, 2019, 10:02:47 PM »
I watched the State of the Union.  Trump was masterful in getting Pelosi to give the 'standup' sign for democrats to stand up and clap.
There were several times where the demos didn't want to stand up and clap until they realized they look pretty stupid not standing up for common sense things like more working Americans, better healthcare options, etc.

Just curious, I have 38 magazines that hold a total of 477 rounds.  Is that in line with what you guys have?

Politics, Gripes, Complaints / Stupid bank robber in Austin
« on: January 25, 2019, 08:57:38 PM »
Here we go again, but this time the bank robber used a (pay-by-your-real-credit-card-with-home-address-and-your-name) rental electric scooter to try to escape.  Besides not looking like the swiftest bank robber or brightest crayon in the box, this guy didn't think it out very well.

This country has a serious problem with the healthcare system that is first in dollars spent but 43rd in services delivered.... But Obamacare was a terrible answer from highly vested interests that had no chance of achieving parity for everyone.

Guaranteed to go back to the Supreme Court, I’d be really happy to see them agree. But we still have to fix the system.  In this partisan environment I don’t think that is possible.

General Gun Discussion / Does this offend you? Yes / No / Comment
« on: November 30, 2018, 10:08:01 AM »
I saw this today and wasn't sure how to take it...

"If Jesus had an AK, he'd be walking the earth today."

Off Topic Discussion (NON FIREARM RELATED) / Selling a used car
« on: November 28, 2018, 08:18:33 PM »
I forgot what fun it is to sell a used car. 
Mom passed last year and Dad quit driving recently.  So I agreed to sell his car for him.

2011 Lexus ES 350, nice sedan, 38K miles.  Should be easy right?
3 people are interested before an hour goes by after the ad goes live.

First guy is really pushy, wants me to tell him what's the lowest I'll sell it for without ever having seen the car.
Kelly Blue Book for private party trade is 14.7K
I suggest he comes and see the car first.
Replies he doesn't want to waste his time, just give me a bottom price.

So I tell him I'll sell it for "1 Dollar.  If it's the right dollar."
He doesn't get it. (As in the right dollar is a 1901 uncirculated Morgan Silver dollar worth about $1/4M).  I tell him we're done.  He still doesn't get it.  Bye.

The other 2 people were actually very nice to deal with.  They'll get a grand off the Ahole.  :)


This came from "The Trump Train"  aka

Interesting question was posed, so I'll repeat it here.  Someone gives you $5,000 with conditions:

You have to spend it all today (before midnight).
You can't give any of it away.
You can't pay off debt or invest it.
You must fully take possession of it today (no layaway, no future services or future delivery).
You can't buy something for someone else.

Make sense?

So what would you buy?

3 made up an “Arsenal” in New Jersey. 47 apparently is the number for “massive” in Massoftoshits.
This guys problem was he apparently got a reputation for making illegal suppressors.

General Gun Discussion / Ultrasonic cleaner: Yes, no, which one?
« on: October 20, 2018, 10:16:53 PM »
Trying to clean some guns, I understand these can often do a better job than manual cleaning.
If you have one, what do you think, and which would you recommend?

Well guess who just got accused of lying by their ex...........

Apparently a boyfriend witnessed her coaching someone to pass a polygraph test, except the Psycho Dr. testified under oath she had never so coached....

I'm wondering if Schumer, Feinstein and Pelosi can spell "Suborning Perjury"?

Could be career, 'just a job', full or part time, paid or volunteer, what's the best / most rewarding / fun-est job you've ever had.
Most of us here have been around a while and likely had some good and bad jobs.

What was the best / most rewarding and why?

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