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  1. I assume the Molot grip uses a standard grip screw?
  2. In CT, ff you want the collapsible stock look, then you would need to permanently peen your collapsible stock to make it inoperative. Here's a link if you have not already read this.... http://www.cga.ct.gov/2009/pub/Chap943.htm#Sec53-202a.htm
  3. So, our Government wants us to believe that Mexican drug lords import cocaine and heroin from other Latin-American countries and YET, the drug cartels get their fully automatic weapons from the U.S. I say B.S.! Common sense tells me an AK is cheaper in Colombia, Nicaraugau or any number of the third world countries down there.
  4. I should have used the search function......
  5. Found this on another site. I wish I would have known then what I know now. Blast from the recent past Jay emailed me an old CDNN catalog from 2001. It is hard to believe the prices listed were the norm only 8 years ago. Click to expand images.
  6. What a great and useful link, thanks! This is one of the great things about this forum, tons of knowledge and folks willing to share.
  7. Thanks for the advise and info everyone. I understand about the fire rating, weight issue and gap in door reasoning. I will definitely keep all that in mind when making a choice. Crime around here is on the rise with home burglaries increasing. Unfortunately, I live in one of the original 13 colonies and it is not very gun friendly. Window shopping is difficult because of limited vendors and since there is not a lot of competition, prices are high. It sucks living in a Socialist State. I'll just keep my eyes and ears open and hopefully find a good deal.
  8. Mike, thanks for the info, I will read up on these. As for Sentry, the videos on youtube don't make those safes look good. Buying a POS is why I want to hear from people who use and rely on the gun safe that you endorse.
  9. First of all, I want to say that I have been lurking this site for a while, with a few posts. I enjoy this site immensely. I did do a search, but didn't find what I was looking for. Rather than Google this, I'm thinking that others may benefit from the advise you folks have. I am looking to buy a safe to store my weapons. I have 6 rifles, hoping to get more. I see some for sale for $1k and up, I just can't afford that right now. I've seen some gun safes on sale at Lowe's, WallyWorld and such. But, here's the thing, are they any good? Any advise you people have would be greatly appreciated.
  10. Found on snopes: Hi Pals, I¹m against the $85,000,000,000.00 bailout plan. Instead, I'm in favor of giving $85,000,000,000 to America, in a We Deserve It Dividend. (WDID) To make the math simple, let¹s assume there are around 200,000,000 Bonafide U.S. Citizens over the age of 18yo. Our population is more like 301,000,000 +/- counting every man, woman and child. So 200,000,000 might be a fair stab at adults 18 and up.. So lets take the 200 million adults and divide that into $85 billon, that would equal $425,000.00. My plan would be to give $425,000.00 to everyone of the 200 million adults as a we deserve it dividend (WDID) To be fair and ensure we do our duty we would of course, pay taxes on the money. I wonder if the banks and other institutions are going to have to pay taxes on the 85 billion when they get it? So let's assume a tax rate of 30%. Every individual getting money would then pay $127,500.00 in taxes. That would send $25,500,000,000 right back to Uncle Sam. Sounds pretty fair so far doesn't it? So every adult citizen over the age of 18 would get $297,500.00 in their pocket. A husband and wife would have $595,000.00. What could you do with your $297,500.00 up to $595,000.00????? One would be to pay off your mortgage * housing crisis solved. Ultimately the banking institutions would end up with the money solving their legidity issues and we the american public would own our home free and clear or at least make a significant dent in the mortgage. Repay college loans * what a great boost to new grads and again money back into the hands of the lending institutions, and we the college student would no longer be obligated and could therefore have more cash flow when we enter the workforce. Thus bolstering the econemy even more. Put away money for college * it¹ll be there Save in a bank * create money to loan to entrepreneurs. Buy a new car * create jobs invest in the market * capital drives growth Pay for your parent¹s medical insurance * health care improves Enable Deadbeat Dads to come clean * or else Remember this is for every adult U S Citizen over the age of 18 including the folks sho lost their jobs at Lehman Brothers and every other company That is cutting back. And of course, for those serving in our Armed Forces. If we¹re going to re-distribute wealth let¹s really do it...instead of trickling out a puny $1000.00 ("vote buy") economic incentive that is being proposed by one of our candidates for President. If we¹re going to do an $85 billion bailout, let¹s bail out every adult U S Citizen over the age of 18!!!!!!!! As for AIG and the other banks and lending institutions let them be bailed out by us the consumers and not by government...... a government by the people for the people. They could each sell off their parts. Let American General go back to being American General. Sell off the real estate. Let the private sector bargain hunters cut it up and clean it up. Here¹s my rationale. We deserve it and the banks, lending institutions and corporations dont deserve this bail out. Who bails out the familys of those who are laid off or cannot aford the increasing mortgage payments? We the american public are left to figure it out on our own, no one is there to bail us out or carry us financially, need i say more?. Sure it¹s a crazy idea that can "never work." Or could it? If our politicians had enough vision to see it's value. But can you imagine the Coast-To-Coast Block Party! People actually living in a home thats paid for, jobs being created as an individuals available cash flow increases.. Sounds like the american dream......i just wonder if those in power both in business or politics dream anymore!!! So how do you spell Economic Boom? Because I dream and because I trust my fellow adult Americans to know how to use the $85 Billion in the We Deserve It Dividend (WDID) more than I do the geniuses at AIG or in Washington DC. And remember, The Birk plan only really costs $59.5 Billion because $25.5 Billion is returned instantly in taxes to Uncle Sam. Ahhh...I feel so much better getting that off my chest. Kindest personal regards, Birk T. J. Birkenmeier, A Creative Guy & Citizen of the Republic PS: Feel free to pass this along to your pals as it¹s either good for a laugh or a tear or a very sobering thought on how to best use $85 Billion!!
  11. I just bought two. They said they have about 6-8 left.
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