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  1. 17 points
    My neighbor texted a little bit ago that a Bald Eagle was in his tree. I grabbed the 600mm zoom and got some cool shots!
  2. 16 points
    Heres another F U... Right here in my town of North Hanover, virtually in my backyard, just through the woods... He'll have a hard time stopping it since its already done.. And a really really hard time 'embargo-ing' 47,000+ flags... Ironically, as he announced in his press conference today, he will be there this holiday weekend...
  3. 8 points
    Whether verified off Twitter or not, this is funny!
  4. 8 points
    Do you work hard at being a Schmuck or does it just come natural? I wash my hands. I don't wear a FACE CONDOM in my vehicle. That's "Mr. Asshole" you scumbag!
  5. 7 points
    Greenday looked down in the dumps, and his friend AVB asked him what was the matter. “My wife is pregnant again,” sighed Greenie. “This is the eighth one. I have no idea how I’m going to afford another mouth to feed!” AVB realized Greenie’s predicament and suggested, “Perhaps you should consider getting a vasectomy.” “I already did,” replied Greenie. “All it did was change the color of the babies.”
  6. 7 points
    That's FOPA for transporting THROUGH NJ. The law under 2C39-6 says: g.All weapons being transported under paragraph (2) of subsection b., subsection e., or paragraph (1) or (3) of subsection f. of this section shall be carried unloaded and contained in a closed and fastened case, gunbox, securely tied package, or locked in the trunk of the automobile in which it is being transported, and in the course of travel shall include only such deviations as are reasonably necessary under the circumstances.
  7. 7 points
    CNJFO reposted this the other day. Pretty brutal.
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    Remember to take breaks and stay hydrated!
  10. 7 points
    It’s not vegetables, but it makes me happy. My irises just popped today. They are amazeballs!
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    Wonder how many will be arrested for violating social distancing guidelines? Oh wait that’s only for peaceful 2A protests ....
  14. 6 points
    Let's not Forget, Thank you, We all know who deserves the Thanks. I Always think of the photo today.
  15. 6 points
    I don’t think this is about him as a person. This is about the principal of .gov overreach. I’ll grant you his prior history is pretty fucked up, but his choosing to take a stance against the govt has nothing to do with that.
  16. 6 points
    I must have received a dozen notifications of range reopenings, which I welcome as heartily as I do emails from Oroho informing me that there's a coronavirus flying around, and from Allstate that "no action is required." I'm sure there'll also be so much patting on the back, both genuine and self-inflicted. Just like the announcement that retail was reopening. If by reopening they mean we can still order online but now we have to wait in a 40 minute line to pick up our CUOMO for PRESIDENT boxer shorts. Guys, the ranges are not open until we can enter the premises as free people taking whatever precautions we ourselves have decided are appropriate, up to and including staying home. Until then we are beholden and (willingly) subservient to the various connivers operating behind the scenes to grant us a tiny sliver of our rights in return for shutting up. Somebody please show some testosterone.
  17. 6 points
    the ignore function is a thing. if all you dog faced pony soldiers would stop quoting those bobble heads, I'd never see their commentary.
  18. 6 points
    I know @Krdshrk likes to go after me. I’m an easy target. But it’s time for you to take care of Greenday. It’s legit trolling. I’m only asking for fair jurisprudence
  19. 6 points
    Have someone shine some fairly powerful flashlights at the camera...approach and disable. Once disabled, tow to nearest marsh and sink it.
  20. 6 points
    And this one bears repeating ... to EVERYONE you know
  21. 6 points
    Contrary to what a lot of people think here, this is the attitude of most police. Cops are pounded with Constitutional Rights in the police academy. Most cops are not out there to screw with you. No matter what you may think. If the law said you were okay with carrying a bazooka in your car they'd be okay with that. Don't blame the cops. Blame the lawmakers.
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    It didn't arrive until today, but Mrs. 45Doll received her Mother's Day present from our daughter. Well selected! (Note: the firearm was not included.)
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  27. 5 points
    In my opinion, re-electing Trump to get at least one more conservative justice is worth the vote.
  28. 5 points
    We need more of our law enforcement brothers and sisters to step up!
  29. 5 points
    Started early April under an LED light indoors, that's basically 40 day head start. Most plants produce in 60 days. They exploded over the past week and half outside. I had Greenbeans before I even transplanted, and both zucchini plants were flowering. The fact I put them in sizable pots under light gets me an extra harvest In the season. My next house will have a dedicated greenhouse, or at east a spot for one. Right now I'm on a hill with garden boxes. Gardening is a relaxing activity for me.
  30. 5 points
    Haven't been on here in a while so wasn't really aware of the whole SBF thing. Saw Howell Gun Works post the Mod Mat SBF on Facebook and said oooo that's cool and pulled the trigger. Taking to the range tomorrow to sight in as I just got it kitted out the way I want it. Ended up swapping out a ton of parts and now that I've read through the thread I think I will start another sbf build, either a KAC or HK 416 clone. Swapped sba3 for sba4, stock trigger for G SSA-E, ch for a raptor, fh for a surefire fh that accepts a warden. Slapped on a eotech exps3-0, dbal a2, sf m600df, rail scales, qd sling mount, src3, and a ms4 sling (getting swapped for a slingster or vtac). She got a little heavy kitted out at 8.6lb loaded but it balances pretty well due to the short barrel. Will see how it shoots tomorrow.
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    So this thread inspired me. Tomorrow im going to see the site with all the remembrance flags. Im heading to a brother Marines house that lives five minutes from the cemetery. He has a rebuilt willys jeep. Im stopping at his house then were driving to the brig generals cemetery. He is one of the troop leaders that usually puts up the flags for the last ten years. This year he couldn’t. So he was happy to see it got done. Next year im volunteering to help. He said its awesome to see how every year within 20 mins every grave has a flag on it. Theres that many volonteers. So say hi if you see a wlleys jeep about 8:30 am. Thats me and my brother Marine.
  34. 5 points
    I think we are going off the rails. The subject was about a little guy/business standing up for himself. His history is a whole different subject, should this be of such importance, make a new and separate thread about his character. But if you base your stand on a principle instead of a man's past, you will likely never take a stand anywhere.
  35. 5 points
    One of the easiest ways to enhance both the function and/or the aesthetics of your handgun is with custom grips. The beauty is that it is easily reversible or changeable if, down the road, your tastes change. I have been working through my S&W revolvers and either changing to the Smith smooth target offerings, or custom offerings. Smooth S&W grips are usually goncalo alves, but rosewood and even maple have also been used. Here's an example of smooth grips (these are presentation grips - meaning they are relieved on the R/S to show a custom roll mark on the side plate... They made them in configurations for the various frame sizes and grip frames. Here is a set of what are called "banana" grips (for obvious reasons). They are shown on a Model of 1953 22/32 Kit Gun... And then there are the all-out custom grips. I've installed elk stag grips on a number of my guns. Ken Driskill is the maker and he does terrific work at more than reasonable prices. However, you can't place an order with Ken. This is a hobby for him and he makes what he wants, when he wants, so it's a matter of being in the right place at the right time to get a set of his grips. He advertises them for sale on the S&W forum and also on Gun Broker (GB ID = bigmtnman). Here's a set of Ken's stag grips on my model 25-14... As far as custom grips in wood, there are three makers who are the pre-eminent craftsmen of S&W grips. They are Craig Spegel, John Culina and Keith Brown. Craig Spegel makes boot grips, however he also makes an extended version of his boot grip, which, in essence, are full size grips. Craig is 63 and currently has a two year waiting list for revolver grips. I was fortunate to purchase a gun that turned out to have Spegel grips on it - unbeknownst to the seller (a large gun store in the Pacific NW). These are ebony boot grips on a model 25-3. If they look familiar, Craig did the design of the Uncle Mike's rubber boot grips... The Culinas, John and Jennifer, make grips in the style of the stock S&W grips, but better shaped, better quality and some beautiful woods. Here are two examples of John's work. The first is a Target grip and the second is a Combat grip (both on models 24-3). Both are made with "bubble" maple - a variety of birdseye in which the "eyes" look three-dimensional (very hard to capture that effect in a picture)... And last, but certainly not least, is Keith Brown. Keith also has a two year backlog and is not accepting new orders at this time. He is a master at both the carving of the grips and the checkering. He may be best known for his Roper style grips with Roper's iconic ribbon checkering pattern. I just got these today (there are some available through brokers or private parties) - I will say that I have paid less for some Smiths in my collection than I paid for these grips, but I so love the Roper pattern that I just had to have the best. I passed bidding on a scarce Model 28 so that I could buy these grips... There are lots of commercial manufacturers also. Some of the best known are Hogue, Altamont, Eagle, Badger, Pachmayr, Nills, KSD and others. The truly custom makers are dwindling. Ahrends and Herretts are both out of business, hopefully others will pick-up the mantle. Adios, Pizza Bob
  36. 5 points
    If all of you self-rightous keyboard commandos got half as upset and militant about your 2A rights as you do about wearing a damn mask this state would be a very different place.
  37. 5 points
    Here's my thinking on the issue. Masks have some effectiveness against Covid-carrying droplet transmission. They're not useless, as some will argue, and everyone knows that they aren't 100% effective. So if I'm out in public where social distancing isn't possible, I'll wear one. If I'm just out for a walk or a drive, I won't. But here's my other consideration. I've long been concerned that it is hard to go anywhere in public without being recorded on multiple surveillance cameras. So when I am wearing a mask (and usually glasses I don't need and a ball cap) in public, I figure I'm also screwing with the surveillance state. And that makes me happy.
  38. 5 points
    Clue Less A simple mask is an insult to you and a limitation of your freedom? You sadly have lived a charmed life and do not know what restriction of freedom is....luckily i do not either.... but i work with some that did..... and i hear their stories..... So...Ok then...... The cavalier attitude to a public health crisis is kind of amazing actually...but wait...there isn't one right? Its all a ploy to get the big bad orange man? Its just a bad flu, right? You mean when i ask the ex nypd guys in security i deal with at a local ny hospital, if this is real or not....and they say very.....they are making up the 5 to 7 refrigerated trailers stacked almost 60 to 70 deep of bodies every day..of all ages..are lying? You mean the ER..doc who says he see just as many otherwise healthy young people come in with a cough and shortness of breath and are dead in 3 days..is a sham? It can't be that a volunteer fire fighter on LI i know saw three members die of it...one in a short as ten hours..cant be true, right??? But a mask is an infringement of your rights....while your country men die around you.... you frankly should be ashamed imo....you should be willing to do what you can to help protect your fellow countrymen.........if that means were a mask, even if it helps a little....you should. Btw your Franklin quote doesnt mean what you think it means in the context of the letter he wrote in 1755.....an interpretation is here.... read the letter its online...its ...umm interesting. WITTES: The exact quotation, which is from a letter that Franklin is believed to have written on behalf of the Pennsylvania General Assembly, reads, those who would give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety. SIEGEL: And what was the context of this remark? WITTES: He was writing about a tax dispute between the Pennsylvania General Assembly and the family of the Penns, the proprietary family of the Pennsylvania colony who ruled it from afar. And the legislature was trying to tax the Penn family lands to pay for frontier defense during the French and Indian War. And the Penn family kept instructing the governor to veto. Franklin felt that this was a great affront to the ability of the legislature to govern. And so he actually meant purchase a little temporary safety very literally. The Penn family was trying to give a lump sum of money in exchange for the General Assembly's acknowledging that it did not have the authority to tax it. SIEGEL: So far from being a pro-privacy quotation, if anything, it's a pro-taxation and pro-defense spending quotation. WITTES: It is a quotation that defends the authority of a legislature to govern in the interests of collective security. It means, in context, not quite the opposite of what it's almost always quoted as saying but much closer to the opposite than to the thing that people think it means.
  39. 5 points
    You do if you work or own one.
  40. 5 points
    Got any old tires? The Brits turned the burning of speed and monitoring cameras into an art form. https://www.google.com/search?q=burning+gatsos+cameras&tbm=isch&ved=2ahUKEwj897_uzLnpAhUHMt8KHUV2BCYQ2-cCegQIABAA&oq=burning+gatsos+cameras&gs_lcp=CgNpbWcQA1CUSljZT2DQUGgAcAB4AIABlAGIAdIDkgEDNi4xmAEAoAEBqgELZ3dzLXdpei1pbWc&sclient=img&ei=yH_AXvzzGYfk_AbF7JGwAg&bih=938&biw=1920
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    Here in VA the VCDL (I am a member) informed people and groups organically in each county. They get the word out and people locally get together using Facebook and standing in front or stores and at festivals. The gun culture in VA is very strong. I wrote about this before that we had a county meeting to vote on our county becoming a 2A sanctuary county. The meeting location was moved to the county high school and thousands showed. A very large percentage of the population here cares and gets involved. In NJ people want others to organize for them and most of the time will not show up for things like protests and political meetings. I see too many posts about worrying about getting in trouble, having to work, etc. It appears that the 2A is simply just not a high enough of a priority for most people in NJ. Civil disobedience is not just for the left.
  43. 5 points
    You need a S&W Revolver. Nuff said.
  44. 5 points
    You should be ashamed of yourself. Clearly conditioned thinking that escaped NJ... Their and their family's safety is no more important than mine and my family's, and more importantly, they don't have special privileges over others, especially with a guaranteed right that is being obstructed by an overzealous and tyrannically motivated State (and in which heaven forbid they didn't abuse some of the power granted to them, as well). Neither current cops on duty nor current off-duty cops nor retired law enforcement should have (or support the dualistic) privilege over the people they work/worked for. They shouldn't get special privileges, especially to defend Statist Politicians, and especially if those Politicians, with the corrupt and fake media as cover, are going to disenfranchise the people of their natural right to self defense. They didn't earn shit, and they chose that profession. They got paid for it and earned an ambitious pension at the burden of the tax payers, their employers, for their service while those they work for and are suppose to protect largely don't have that safety net. And I presume many will move out of state and spend their money elsewhere and enjoy freedoms that this corrupt and egregious bankrupt state won't allow. Rethink your stance.
  45. 5 points
    The right to bear arms is a right, not a privilege. It's not something that can be "earned". Can you show me in the Constitution or BoR where it says carrying arms is a privilege to be earned? I have a great amount of respect for cops, but this is this, and that is that.
  46. 5 points
    I know we all want go go shooting as that's our hobby and right and I'm no different, new AR build. This shut down is alot more than shooting ranges. The asshole governor and equally asshole AG are trying to extort money from the trump administration to balance the failed liberal policies employed by these states and cities since the mid 1960's. all businesses deemed non-essential should be banding together TODAY and file a federal suit. What scientific data is the state using to determine what is essential what is not. These asshole blue state governors need to be put in their place now.
  47. 5 points
    This entire thought process borders on retarded. Respirators were NEVER intended to protect anyone except the wearer from airborne contaminates.. The idea they can protect others is nice, but its a fallacy.. besides if everyone is wearing something then theyre protected too.
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    This story is more like a 20 year old who screwed-up -- bad. Some things can't be fixed...but he's paid for his mistake. What has he done since?


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