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  1. You mean hoagie, grinder, sub, torpedo thread?
  2. If you find yourself on St Simons Island in GA and in need of a real pizza go to Sal's. Rocky's in Yuma, AZ. Rocky was from Brooklyn.
  3. I have a friend in Miami who grew up in Jersey City. His kids who've lived there all their lives there think Domino's is good pizza.
  4. For me Nunzio's on Hyland Blvd in Staten island. Spirito's in Elizabeth. Schiano's in Bayville. It's really hard to find find bad pizza in NJ and NY. A place that makes bad pizza is soon out of business.
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    Recommend handgun

    @jasonx I take this is a first handgun?
  6. @Mrs. Peel.that Herter's is a unique press. The only issue is that Herters used a proprietary shellholder which may be next to impossible to find. BUT...RCBS made an adapter for it to use standard shellholders. Don't know if they still do and you'd probably have to order it direct from RCBS. The Lyman manual you have will do just fine. Contact me if you want more of my 2 cents. I might have some other stuff to help get you started.
  7. I'm not much of a pickup guy but if I bought one it'd be a Raptor. A friend of mine bought his first (he's on his second) back in 2011. I never thought a pickup could handle...and go...so well. I was even more impressed when I saw Tanner Foust on Top Gear blasting across the desert (the desert not a desert road) at 80 mph. He said, and the video in the cab confirmed, the truck was tracking fine and felt more like just driving on a bumpy road.
  8. SCOTUS has flipped on itself at times. For example Brown vs Board of Education flipped their prior Plessy vs Ferguson decision.
  9. There are a few decisions SCOTUS has made regarding the Interstate Commerce Clause of the COTUS. Some I agree with, some I don't. It's our system so once something goes through SCOTUS one has to live with it. Until SCOTUS changes something.
  10. No interstate commerce? Was the metal mined, refined, and formed into tubing all in Kansas? Was the tap used to cut the threads made in Kansas? These 2A Protection Acts passed in several states and counties are pretty much worthless until a decision by SCOTUS. Read the rest of the COTUS. Federal law trumps any state law. The Federal government is not subject to any state or local jurisdiction. They got probation because that's what the Federal Sentencing Guidelines say that's what they could get. Most likely it was the minimum. Sentencing is actually figured out by US Probation and Parole. I've never seen a judge that went against their recommendation. They still are convicted felons.
  11. This is the wrong case to take to SCOTUS to get silencers off the the NFA. Cox is making silencers in the back of his government surplus store and tells Kettler that a silencer made in Kansas is not subject to NFA. Kettler's defense is his hearing was damaged in the military and that's why he needs one. These go down as some of the most stupid defenses I've ever heard. No wonder SCOTUS doesn't want to waste it's time with this case.
  12. Shorter blades are easier to carry but when you need a bigger knife you need a bigger knife. USMC Kabars and Glock knives are good but the straight blade sucks if you need to chop. https://www.amazon.com/Ontario-Knife-8684-Raider-Plainedge/dp/B075P5H66C/ref=mp_s_a_1_1_sspa?keywords=marine+raider+bowie+knife&qid=1560620254&s=gateway&sprefix=marine+raider&sr=8-1-spons&psc=1 This is a knife to cover your big knife needs. I have one I've used to chop, as a pry bar, and other uses with no issues. Well within the budget too. This and a multi-tool and you've covered your needs.
  13. All those calibers will have a small following. The 38 Super was ballisticly the forerunner of the 357 mag. It gained some popularity with IPSC shooters and is a good round. Popular in Mexico and points south where civilians can't own guns in a "military" caliber. The 357 SIG is a re-invention of the 38 Super. The last two calibers invented that have proven their "staying power" are the 40 S&W and 44 mag. All those 500s, 480s, 460s, and 454s will be around. Maybe 1% of the people who buy them actually have a use for them.
  14. Good reason to have a stainless gun (yes I know stainless can rust). Carrying guns always presents the opportunity for them to get wet and dirty. The infantry does it all the time.
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