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  1. Hey fellas, my buddy here in The Socialist Republic of NJ just replaced the plastic furniture on his recently acquired Arsenal w/ a gorgeous Russian wood set he ordered from Combloc Customs. He said the owner, John Russell, was great to deal w/ & was very helpful, answering all his Q?s & helping him out along the way. He had to wait around (2) months for the set & when he finally got it, it was a whole day project, sanding the pieces & getting them to fit. I think it was worth It. I saw it & it was beautiful.
  2. Decided against getting one & altering it. W/ just wait til I get the hell out of here.
  3. Thanks guys!
  4. Thank you fellow vets for your service & may God Bless you, your families & all those who sacrificed so much for our great country & to hell w/ those who take a knee!!!
  5. Sorry for the way this is formatted. Unintentional. Don’t know why it came out like this? Anyhow, long but quite good. Enjoy & appreciate. Timely. On Nov 13, 2010, Lt General John Kelly, USMC, gave a speech to the Semper Fi Society of St. Louis , MO. This was four days after his son, Lt Robert Kelly, USMC, was killed by an IED while on his 3rd Combat tour. During his speech, General Kelly spoke about the dedication and valor of our young men and women who step forward each and every day to protect us. During the speech, he never mentioned the loss of his own son. He closed the speech with the moving account of the last six seconds in the lives of two young Marines who died with rifles blazing to protect their brother Marines. "I will leave you with a story about the kind of people they are, about the quality of the steel in their backs, about the kind of dedication they bring to our country while they serve in uniform and forever after as veterans. Two years ago when I was the Commander of all U.S. and Iraqi forces, in fact, the 22 ND of April 2008, two Marine infantry battalions, 1/9 "The Walking Dead," and 2/8 were switching out in Ramadi. One battalion in the closing days of their deployment going home very soon, the other just starting its seven-month combat tour. Two Marines, Corporal Jonathan Yale and Lance Corporal Jordan Haerter, 22 and 20 years old respectively, one from each battalion, were assuming the watch together at the entrance gate of an outpost that contained a makeshift barracks housing 50 Marines. The same broken down ramshackle building was also home to 100 Iraqi police, also my men and our allies in the fight against the terrorists in Ramadi, a city until recently the most dangerous city on earth and owned by Al Qaeda. Yale was a dirt poor mixed-race kid from Virginia with a wife and daughter, and a mother and sister who lived with him and whom he supported as well. He did this on a yearly salary of less than $23,000. Haerter, on the other hand, was a middle class white kid from Long Island . They were from two completely different worlds. Had they not joined the Marines they would never have met each other, or understood that multiple America 's exist simultaneously depending on one's race, education level, economic status, and where you might have been born. But they were Marines, combat Marines, forged in the same crucible of Marine training, and because of this bond they were brothers as close, or closer, than if they were born of the same woman. The mission orders they received from the sergeant squad leader I am sure went something like, "Okay you two clowns, stand this post and let no unauthorized personnel or vehicles pass. You clear?" I am also sure Yale and Haerter then rolled their eyes and said in unison something like, "Yes Sergeant," with just enough attitude that made the point without saying the words, "No kidding, we know what we're doing." They then relieved two other Marines on watch and took up their post at the entry control point of Joint Security Station Nasser, in the Sophia section of Ramadi, Al Anbar, Iraq . A few minutes later a large blue truck turned down the alley way - perhaps 60-70 yards in length, and sped its way through the serpentine of concrete jersey walls. The truck stopped just short of where the two were posted and detonated, killing them both catastrophically. Twenty-four brick masonry houses were damaged or destroyed. A mosque 100 yards away collapsed. The truck's engine came to rest two hundred yards away knocking most of a house down before it stopped. Our explosive experts reckoned the blast was made of 2,000 pounds of explosives. Two died, and because these two young infantrymen didn't have it in their DNA to run from danger, they saved 150 of their Iraqi and American brothers-in-arms. When I read the situation report about the incident a few hours after it happened I called the regimental commander for details as something about this struck me as different. Marines dying or being seriously wounded is commonplace in combat. We expect Marines regardless of rank or MOS to stand their ground and do their duty, and even die in the process, if that is what the mission takes. But this just seemed different. The regimental commander had just returned from the site and he agreed, but reported that there were no American witnesses to the event - just Iraqi police. I figured if there was any chance of finding out what actually happened ant to live. For about two seconds more, the recording shows the Marines' weapons firing non-stop the truck's windshield exploding into shards of glass as their rounds take it apart and tore in to the body of the ( Ideleted) who is trying to get past them to kill their brothers - American and Iraqi-bedded down in the barracks totally unaware of the fact that their lives at that moment depended entirely on two Marines standing their ground. If they had been aware, they would have known they were safe because two Marines stood between them and a crazed suicide bomber. The recording shows the truck careening to a stop immediately in front of the two Marines. In all of the instantaneous violence Yale and Haerter never hesitated. By all reports and by the recording, they never stepped back. They never even started to step aside They never even shifted their weight. With their feet spread shoulder width apart, they leaned into the danger, firing as fast as they could work their weapons. They had only one second left to live. The truck explodes. The camera goes blank. Two young men go to their God. Six seconds. Not enough time to think about their families, their country, their flag, or about their lives or their deaths, but more than enough time for two very brave young men to do their duty into eternity. That is the kind of people who are on watch all over the worldtonight - for you. We Marines believe that God gave America the greatest gift he could bestow to man while he lived on this earth - freedom. We also believe he gave us another gift nearly as precious - our soldiers, sailors, airmen, U S Customs and Border Patrol, Coast Guardsmen, and Marines - to safeguard that gift and guarantee no force on this earth can ever steal it away. It has been my distinct honor to have been with you here today. Rest assured our America, this experiment in democracy started over two centuries ago, will forever remain the "land of the free and home of the brave" so long as we never run out of tough young Americans who are willing to look beyond their own self-interest and comfortable lives, and go into the darkest and most dangerous places on earth to hunt down, and kill, those who would do us harm. God Bless America , and SEMPER FIDELIS !" IT WOULD BE NICE TO SEE National boycott of the NFL for Sunday November 12th, Veterans Day Weekend. Boycott all football telecast, all fans, all ticket holders, stay away from attending any games
  6. I want to purchase a Polytech Legend next month, fixed stock, NIB. That is when I w/ have the funds. The thing that really sucks is I’ll have to have some modifications done for it to be compliant here in The People’s Republic of New Jersey. Sigh! How I hate this state & yearn to get the hell out. The muzzle break w/ have to be pinned to the barrel & the ears w/ have to be ground off the bayo lug. I could live w/ that, however, I surely would prefer one 100% complete. It is what is unfortunately. How much do you fellas think this work would depreciate the value of the rifle??? Possibly not much if I were to ever want to sell it here but what about elsewhere? Not that I ever would plan on selling it but curious. Thanks.
  7. How do you refresh on an iPhone?
  8. Where’s the refresh icon?
  9. Ok i’ll try that, thank you fellas.
  10. Ok so what am I doing wrong? When in a thread & trying to continue to the next page, either forward or backward, all I get is the box reading “Loading” w/ the little annoying arrow circling & circling & circling... I thought maybe it was just my phone but got the same results on a computer.
  11. Not a Black Widow.
  12. Also glad you got it back!
  13. Figured. Lucky you!
  14. Rob, did you get it here or in the free state of FL?
  15. So... can I get a definitive answer? Is it legal here? I'd like to get the Remington 870 Tac-14. Thanks.