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  1. That's what SHE said! Hell, in that case, there were times where I put a $1 in.
  2. I paid (as I recall) $0.67 in the late 90s when Wawa was having a gas war with another station in Jackson, NJ. When I got my license the average price was 89-99 cents a gallon as I recall. $10 generally filled a tank. I'm glad to see it back under $2 but of course, I have hardly any use for it this minute.
  3. Some of us aren't loudmouths about the size of our collection Raymond. For the record, GFH currently has the cheapest transfer rate for members (but you have to be a member and that's got a price to it too) There are a bunch of FFLs throughout the state (North and Central, can't speak for that other world known as South) who are $20 plus NICS.
  4. You're old, but not old enough to have paid that yourself. You MIGHT remember it, along with red and green flags at gas stations.
  5. Dude - you have an astigmatism. Google it.
  6. I too have only done it once and that was my experience as well. Frisked thoroughly each time.
  7. http://www.elliottelectric.com/StaticPages/ElectricalReferences/ElectricalTables/Conduit_Fill_Table.aspx
  8. They're all over deck screws right now. I encountered them at least 20 yrs ago on an American car. Might have been headlight adjusting screws...
  9. He doesn't say it can he says it MAY. This is legal speak where every word has a specific meaning. A Prosecutor may try to convince a jury that a loaded magazine is a loaded gun. It may be enough to sway a jury, particularly if the defense attorney is not swift on their feet. There's a difference between "gun law" and "stuff you might want to consider doing". Is it gun law to put a black blanket over your firearms in the back of your car so someone can't see them? NO, however, it's a damn good idea. There are sorta good ideas, good ideas, and damn good ideas. Use your brain.
  10. Whole lotta truth right there!
  11. Unique is enough to be appealing to many. A deal on a gun that otherwise attracts a $1000 price tag is a decent investment. They're not making any more, and it doesn't have the mass appeal of a (currently way overpriced) Python, so the market isn't necessarily artificially inflated. Why not buy it? And it looks like a space blaster as Krdshrk said.
  12. Speak for yourself. I want to know that I am not shooting my kid who decided to come home from college early, my other kid who decided that his girlfriend should "sneak in", or my dumbass drunk neighbor. Absolutism. Works. Both. Ways.
  13. This would be more accurate if you said Charter Arms.
  14. Thanks Nick. He decided he didn't want to hunt. Fine by me son. Go watch some movie. One day you'll be annoyed at yourself that you didn't go...
  15. Looking to borrow, and return within 14 days, a hang on type tree stand so my youth aged son can hunt with me for the Nov. 17 youth deer hunt. Any help is appreciated. Thanks, -Dan
  16. So, he steals the remote - big deal, but he steals the remote and makes note of your address shows premeditation. This tech needs to be fired ASAP. And I would blast the dealership on social media too.
  17. This. Public sector jobs USED TO BE poorly paid and that was compensated with a healthy benefits package. Now they are compensated well and still maintain that benefits package, all the while crying about how much more they have to pay in each "renegotiation".
  18. Uberti 1860 Henry = lever =/= semi auto
  19. THIS is what's wrong with America today. Gimme something free for something I already should be doing. How about these fair weather 2A keyboard commandos reach into their pockets and give the equivalent of a box of ammo to one of the 2A orgs in this state? I don't even care if you give it to that org that I don't like, as long as it's not going to MDA, Starbucks, etc then you're making a positive impact. But I kid because the same people that would take free shit couldn't get off their ass to vote against Phucking Phil.
  20. Vibration at speed with no obvious flat could be axle shaft failure. Not sure how that would result in air bag deployment though. This will be interesting to follow.
  21. Poor grammar, obvious typos, general lack of consideration for those in close proximity, and hairy women.
  22. There's so much fail in the above statement. However, when all we can muster for a protest in Trenton, announced well in advance, is approximately 2,000 people out of an estimated 1,000,000 gun owners, that's a 0.2% representation. And that was only for a "rally", where we were guaranteed not to get arrested. So how many will rise up? The American Revolution saw a participation level of about 3% of the population. Today, that number would more likely be 0.00003% of the American Gun Owner, in NJ that would mean 30 gun owners. Yes, 30 people would easily be incarcerated by the State, 300 would be more difficult, 3,000 you're now achieving 'civil disobedience' levels and 30,000, you've reached the "Government GFY" level. But this is NJ. We can't even get 10% of the people to vote, and that's WITH dead people voting.
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