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sunnybean

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sunnybean last won the day on February 12 2015

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    I'm just here to watch the fights

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  1. An old crusty guy at the old Ford dealer had the same thoughts when they started putting cigarette lighters in vehicles.
  2. Dale and Kathy are very good people. They are very easy to work with. I have been to their shop. They are a small, clean and organized shop. Dale has built me a .45 can for use on my UMP. He has also cut down a number of barrels, engraved some guns and other general gunsmithing work. Everything was top notch. Their suppressors are built like brick shithouses. They are on the heavy side but work quite well. Compared to my AAC can their can works equally if not better. I don't think you will be disappointed.
  3. You don't want a piston on a fixed barrel. You'll want the direct thread mount.
  4. If your freinds, or anyone other than maybe your significant other, know you're carrying you're doing it wrong. Seriously.
  5. Stryker, I'm happy Bullock amended the bill to allow for this. I don't think anyone saw it coming. But, imho, the only reason he did this was because he shot every other pro 2A bill down. It was a political move to save some face. For me personally, this is a bigger/better deal than any of the other bills presented this session. So, other than the fact this is going to cost me another $1.5k, I'm super surprised and super stoked.
  6. I don't carry a revolver for ccw. For me, there are much better options. I do carry a GP100 in the woods, however. I would also consider a G20 (10mm) to replace the .357. But, funds always seem to go elsewhere.
  7. I wouldn't be too worried about her boyfriend. I'd be extremely concerned with her political affiliation. I would spend quite a bit of time trying to figure out where my parenting went wrong.
  8. I don't know the back story on any of this. Just posting this info to tack onto Old Coots post on the mining laws and the maintenance fees. "General Mining Law of 1872 The federal law governing locatable minerals is the General Mining Law of 1872 (May 10, 1872), which declared all valuable mineral deposits in land belonging to the United States to be free and open to exploration and purchase. This law provides citizens of the United States the opportunity to explore for, discover, and purchase certain valuable mineral deposits on public domain minerals. Federal Land Policy &am
  9. In the video Tim says the barrel all the barrels are the same length. The rifles have a barrel extension to bring them from 11.25" to 16".
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