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  1. Considering a conversion?? Not sure what parts count towards compliance? Hopefully this will help.
  2. I don't know...maybe we should find out if Ted Kennedy has been chauffeuring him lately.
  3. At about 10:09 10:10 Obama said that "rights" would be up for review, like the first amendment and other constitutional rights...I wish I had it word for word but my jaw dropped when I heard it.
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    I made some franken mags

    Can you use the original spring when you do that or do you need to franken the two springs too?
  5. My thoughts exactly. I was going to put that link up for everyone here but you beat me to it. Obaminations don't believe it, just like they don't believe that Ayers is or ever was a threat. I mention Ayers and I hear, "so what!" as a response... What I think frustrates us on the "right" is that this whole charge could be instantly disproved if TeamBHO simply supplied the documents in question. He could even use it as a club to scream racist to anyone including the "right" that disputed his citizenship. IF and only if the document could do just that. Maybe they are just using it as a card up the sleeve, you know, in case things get tight and they need to use it to their perceived advantage to counter any October surprises that may be out there... like...Ayers, Odinga etc.
  6. My thoughts exactly. I was going to put that link up for everyone here but you beat me to it. Obaminations don't believe it, just like they don't believe that Ayers is or ever was a threat. I mention Ayers and I hear, "so what!" as a response...
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    My latest XCR Project

    That is frigging sweet! But you gyped us...we wanna see it with the stock folded
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    Surefire front forearm

    That might explain why mine which was ordered in July hasn't shipped. I sent an email last week but no response yet.
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    Ruger LCP's

    I had a P3AT. I was in the gunshop one day looking over a LCP... Long story short, I traded in my Kel Tec towards a S&W 442 38sp and left the LCP in the case. After my horrible experience with FTF and FTE from the Kel Tec I felt a negative bias towards the LCP and decided to stick with "tried and true" But, it sounds like Ruger really came through on this one!!!!
  10. And a video camera, we want footage!
  11. Never been, but from rom what I have heard you should bring cash, lots of it- to get yourself a seat at a machine gun rental. I am pretty sure they don't take Visa.
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    New Red Jacket f/h for Saiga 12

    Then, you would have an AOW...for what it's worth.
  13. World first FN P90 Replica Utilizing a Ruger 10/22? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=01ilwvD-mnE
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    Fantastic Contraptions!

    i LOVE IT! Nice work.
  15. Exactly. They have enough votes to get this through if they wanted to but they are holding off because they don't want the blame of a failed bailout to rest solely on them. They wanna be able to blame the republicans, and they need their votes to do so.
  16. Yup, it looks like the 6.5 is the new water boy. No room for him on the bench.
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    Jury Duty Scam

    Im pretty sure he was talking about you Indy Thanks for the heads up Cobra.
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    Paintball stock on a Saiga 7.62?

    There are many people that have converted 10/22 by using airsoft parts and they are great looking unique, functioning firearms. I have a fairly unserviceable airsoft AK that I have started to fit my 10/22 to. Ill post some pics once its done, but I do see SeaBasS point.
  19. I knew I should have taken that job when they offered it to me....I feel sick.
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    NYS Saiga Conversion

    I plan on moving back to NY in January. Long Island is actually where I bought my Saiga back in early 06. Oddly enough you are TriggerHappy"06" so I just wanted to wish you luck. Indy's writeup is very valuable and NYS is the only reason that my barrel is not threaded, lol.
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    The government's plan...

    Savage once said something to this effect. "It is easy to decide which side of the blue line you want to be on. When someone is breaking into your house are you going to pick up the phone and call the ACLU or are you going to call the COPS?"
  22. Another Email from Ron Paul to me, how the hell did so much of the country overlook this man!? Dear Friends: The financial meltdown the economists of the Austrian School predicted has arrived. We are in this crisis because of an excess of artificially created credit at the hands of the Federal Reserve System. The solution being proposed? More artificial credit by the Federal Reserve. No liquidation of bad debt and malinvestment is to be allowed. By doing more of the same, we will only continue and intensify the distortions in our economy - all the capital misallocation, all the malinvestment - and prevent the market's attempt to re-establish rational pricing of houses and other assets. Last night the president addressed the nation about the financial crisis. There is no point in going through his remarks line by line, since I'd only be repeating what I've been saying over and over - not just for the past several days, but for years and even decades. Still, at least a few observations are necessary. The president assures us that his administration "is working with Congress to address the root cause behind much of the instability in our markets." Care to take a guess at whether the Federal Reserve and its money creation spree were even mentioned? We are told that "low interest rates" led to excessive borrowing, but we are not told how these low interest rates came about. They were a deliberate policy of the Federal Reserve. As always, artificially low interest rates distort the market. Entrepreneurs engage in malinvestments - investments that do not make sense in light of current resource availability, that occur in more temporally remote stages of the capital structure than the pattern of consumer demand can support, and that would not have been made at all if the interest rate had been permitted to tell the truth instead of being toyed with by the Fed. Not a word about any of that, of course, because Americans might then discover how the great wise men in Washington caused this great debacle. Better to keep scapegoating the mortgage industry or "wildcat capitalism" (as if we actually have a pure free market!). Speaking about Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the president said: "Because these companies were chartered by Congress, many believed they were guaranteed by the federal government. This allowed them to borrow enormous sums of money, fuel the market for questionable investments, and put our financial system at risk." Doesn't that prove the foolishness of chartering Fannie and Freddie in the first place? Doesn't that suggest that maybe, just maybe, government may have contributed to this mess? And of course, by bailing out Fannie and Freddie, hasn't the federal government shown that the "many" who "believed they were guaranteed by the federal government" were in fact correct? Then come the scare tactics. If we don't give dictatorial powers to the Treasury Secretary "the stock market would drop even more, which would reduce the value of your retirement account. The value of your home could plummet." Left unsaid, naturally, is that with the bailout and all the money and credit that must be produced out of thin air to fund it, the value of your retirement account will drop anyway, because the value of the dollar will suffer a precipitous decline. As for home prices, they are obviously much too high, and supply and demand cannot equilibrate if government insists on propping them up. It's the same destructive strategy that government tried during the Great Depression: prop up prices at all costs. The Depression went on for over a decade. On the other hand, when liquidation was allowed to occur in the equally devastating downturn of 1921, the economy recovered within less than a year. The president also tells us that Senators McCain and Obama will join him at the White House today in order to figure out how to get the bipartisan bailout passed. The two senators would do their country much more good if they stayed on the campaign trail debating who the bigger celebrity is, or whatever it is that occupies their attention these days. F.A. Hayek won the Nobel Prize for showing how central banks' manipulation of interest rates creates the boom-bust cycle with which we are sadly familiar. In 1932, in the depths of the Great Depression, he described the foolish policies being pursued in his day - and which are being proposed, just as destructively, in our own: Instead of furthering the inevitable liquidation of the maladjustments brought about by the boom during the last three years, all conceivable means have been used to prevent that readjustment from taking place; and one of these means, which has been repeatedly tried though without success, from the earliest to the most recent stages of depression, has been this deliberate policy of credit expansion. To combat the depression by a forced credit expansion is to attempt to cure the evil by the very means which brought it about; because we are suffering from a misdirection of production, we want to create further misdirection - a procedure that can only lead to a much more severe crisis as soon as the credit expansion comes to an end... It is probably to this experiment, together with the attempts to prevent liquidation once the crisis had come, that we owe the exceptional severity and duration of the depression. The only thing we learn from history, I am afraid, is that we do not learn from history. The very people who have spent the past several years assuring us that the economy is fundamentally sound, and who themselves foolishly cheered the extension of all these novel kinds of mortgages, are the ones who now claim to be the experts who will restore prosperity! Just how spectacularly wrong, how utterly without a clue, does someone have to be before his expert status is called into question? Oh, and did you notice that the bailout is now being called a "rescue plan"? I guess "bailout" wasn't sitting too well with the American people. The very people who with somber faces tell us of their deep concern for the spread of democracy around the world are the ones most insistent on forcing a bill through Congress that the American people overwhelmingly oppose. The very fact that some of you seem to think you're supposed to have a voice in all this actually seems to annoy them. I continue to urge you to contact your representatives and give them a piece of your mind. I myself am doing everything I can to promote the correct point of view on the crisis. Be sure also to educate yourselves on these subjects - the Campaign for Liberty blog is an excellent place to start. Read the posts, ask questions in the comment section, and learn. H.G. Wells once said that civilization was in a race between education and catastrophe. Let us learn the truth and spread it as far and wide as our circumstances allow. For the truth is the greatest weapon we have. In liberty, Ron Paul