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Aug 2, 2019 11:24:02   #
Frank T wrote:
So your defense is that Reagan was stupid.
I can go with that.

WE AGREE ON SOMETHING! Reagan was stupid! He should have known better than to trust the dems to honor their side of the deal.
Jul 31, 2019 16:44:50   #
Frank T wrote:
I'm good with you keeping your Girandoni.
You're welcome.

Frank, you are going to let him keep his Girandoni! You are a heck of a guy!
Jul 31, 2019 14:39:22   #
Is she talking about a selector?

I looked it up and found this:

“A bullet button is a device used to remove a magazine in a semiautomatic rifle, replacing the magazine release with a block which forces the user to remove the magazine by using a tool rather than the magazine release button. This allows the rifle to comply with parts of California's firearms laws. The name came about in relation to a 1999 California law which said that a "bullet or ammunition cartridge is considered a tool."[1]

The 2012 court case Haynie v Pleasanton validated that a bullet button is legal and rifles that have one installed are not considered assault weapons.[2]

In 2016, California law was changed to prohibit the sales of firearms with bullet buttons.”

If one has no mag release button or no bullet button, then how do you drop the mag?

Maybe that is the catch. The gun comes with a mag but no bullets and no way to drop the mag to load it. What you would have is a thousand dollar club.

I guess I would have to run down a coyote or a hog and club it to death. Somehow I can’t imagine myself running that fast.

I’m glad I don’t live in California!
Jul 29, 2019 18:48:08   #
If you ever wondered is there are flying saucers and aliens from other worlds, all you have to do is drive around Dallas during rush hour. That is where they send their young people to learn how to drive.
Jul 29, 2019 16:51:06   #
Los-Angeles-Shooter wrote:

If I remember correctly, that freedom of religion thing cost the British quite a bit about 243 years ago.
Jul 28, 2019 23:15:57   #
I agree that Jordan was presenting lies. The problem is that he read them straight from the mueller report.

As to not capitalizing mueller, his name does not deserve capitalization.
Jul 26, 2019 13:25:03   #
Blurryeyed wrote:
Surprisingly she is not entirely wrong, although the most dangerous minority group on a per capita basis is still the young black male I saw FBI director Wray the other day stating on TV that the White Nationalist Groups are the most active domestic terrorist groups in the country. I think that any true conservative has to completely denounce these groups, they only tarnish what we stand for through their attempts to associate themselves with those who support the president.

I disagree! The most dangerous group has to be pissed off wives!
Jul 25, 2019 16:32:21   #
If I were walking down the street carrying a bucket and hauled off and hit a passer by in the back of the head, I would expect to be charged with assault.

I am surprised the policemen are told to stand down. I, for one, would have a hard time ignoring the assault.

If I were in a restaurant and the man at the next table poured his glass of water on me, I would press charges but it would be very difficult to keep myself from dropping him like a bad habit.
Jul 23, 2019 13:44:35   #
Huey Driver wrote:
Not defending the war in any way but your statement "I certainly can't blame anyone for not going to that shitfest" is something we all should think about. What if most Americans felt that way about WWII and the ones that disagreed with the war opted not to go? And yes I realize that was a different time and a different war but we'd probably be speaking German or Japanese right now. Or in the next war and I think it's probably inevitable there will be one sooner or later what if everybody just made there own decision to participate or not. Nice idea but you probably wouldn't win that way and if we ever have to enter another war, enter to win not to do like we did in VN.
Not defending the war in any way but your statemen... (show quote)

We could use a take off of the old Ali line, “No German ever called me a racist.” According to Texcaster, we would instantly become world heroes.
Jul 22, 2019 21:22:32   #
BigBear wrote:
Absolutely not. Anyone who puts their life before country is one of the greatest of heroes.

Did you mean “anyone who puts their country before their life...”
Jul 22, 2019 19:48:25   #
Texcaster wrote:
Ali was no weenie. He was a world hero for standing by his convictions.

On the other hand we have the sorry case of DJT ...

Ali was not a world hero for refusing to go when he was called. He lost a lot of fans over that.

Prize fighting is a game. One may get knocked out but he will wake up and go on with his life. I saw a bunch of heroes who never woke up. Those brave young men went because their country called and they went.

In my opinion, they were the real heroes. It doesn’t matter why we were in combat. They stood up for their country and then got spat on and had dog shit smeared on them when they returned to the world.
Jul 22, 2019 17:13:28   #
What branch was Obama in? What branch was Clinton in?
Jul 21, 2019 16:09:32   #
cwp3420 wrote:
Civil war is coming? I’m ready to do my part if it comes to that. Hopefully it doesn’t, though. I still don’t see any Dimocrats running though that I would vote for. Trump lies, but name one politician who hasn’t. Trump has done great things for our country too, I believe.

You won’t stand alone!
Jul 12, 2019 15:18:24   #
Maybe some would rather live in Russia.

During the Russian Civil War, the Soviet government allowed a variety of small arms and bladed weapons. Afterwards, the government made immediate alternations for those to whom it did not rely. The government had made it a point to "arm the working people" in the Declaration of the Rights of Working and Exploited People in January 1918.[1] The December decree of the CPC of 1918, "On the surrender of weapons", ordered people to surrender any firearms, swords, bayonets and bombs, regardless of the degree of serviceability. The penalty for not doing so was ten years' imprisonment.[2] Members of the Communist Party were allowed to have a single weapon (a pistol or a rifle) and possession of the weapon was recorded in the party membership book. The assassination of Stalin's ally Sergey Kirov by Leonid Nikolaev in 1934 was possible because of this, as Nikolaev was allowed to have a revolver.

On December 12, 1924 the Central Executive Committee of the USSR promulgated its degree "On the procedure of production, trade, storage, use, keeping and carrying firearms, firearm ammunition, explosive projectiles and explosives", all weapons were classified and divided into categories. Now the weapons permitted for personal possession by ordinary citizens could only be smoothbore hunting shotguns. The other category of weapons were only possessed by those who were put on duty by the Soviet state; for all others, access to these weapons was restricted to within state regulated shooting ranges. Illegal gun possession was severely punished. Since March 1933 the manufacture, possession, purchase, sale of firearms (except for smoothbore) hunting weapons without proper authorization was punishable by up to five years in prison. In 1935, the same penalty was imposed for possession of knives. During the Great Patriotic War, the civilian population had to hand over all the personal hunting weapons to the Red Army for defence against the German invasion. The same was true for weapons left by retreating German invaders in the war. They were to be surrendered to Red Army troops, the NKVD or local Soviet authorities within 24 hours. Cases of stolen weapons were also brought to criminal justice.

Since the death of Joseph Stalin in 1953 the USSR saw a small wave of liberalisations for civilian gun ownership. Soviet civilians were allowed to purchase smoothbore hunting shotguns again, even without mandatory submission of hunting licenses. However, this lasted for not more than six years. The buyer again had to pre-register in the Soviet Society of Hunters since 1959. With the introduction of the new Criminal Code in 1960, penalties were softened significantly for illegal possessions of firearms to only up to two years of imprisonment, while the possession of melee weapons were not prohibited anymore in the Soviet Union.

Fourteen years later the punishment for illegal purchase, keeping and carrying of weapons was increased again to five years' imprisonment. However, voluntarily surrendered unregistered rifles were met without responsibility or punishment.

I have the feeling that some members of the uhh would prefer the Russian gun laws as opposed to USA gun laws.
Jul 11, 2019 19:03:09   #
I will guess that this will cause fewer paying fans. With less revenue, raises seem out of reach.
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