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Underdog last won the day on May 18 2022

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  1. If you have insulin resistance, a fatty livery, heart disease, or if you eat the American diet (with opportunities and guidelines brought to you by those that poke your arm) you may be interested in this video:
  2. Let freedom ring! Some places or more equal than others... The elected officials of Iroquois County Illinois have responded to Unconstitutional actions.... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8NwSEp1W27A&ab_channel=Guns%26Gadgets
  3. I cannot find the exact Jotul stove I am looking for.
  4. I was thinking about the Stoeger and the Bersa. Not sure why I get those both confused. A while back I wanted a Stoeger Cougar and I allso wanted a Bersa 22LR. Listen to the advice about revolver recoil. Yes, a larger all-metal revolver with some heft will have reduced recoil, but it will definitely be different than a semi-auto. A 4' one would make more sense. And recoil in general is subjective and different. A 45 ACP has a different recoil feel than the harsh .40. Even if it had more recoil it rolls instead of the 40 caliber. The 9mm heavy metal revolver certainly has more felt recoil than say a polymer 9 auto. \ BigGuns a 9mm revolver is a fun thing to have, especially a Speed Six. And those moon clips are quick to load and unload. And the accuracy may not be there compared to other revolvers with the 9mm, but the Black Hawk with 9mm and 38 cylinders is quite nifty if you don't mind single action.
  5. I would take Mrs. Peel's advice on trying first. I agree with Glen and would strongly consider a 4" barrel as well. Either a Ruger GP100 or S&W 686 should do the job! For a shorter barrel maybe the S&W 66 Combat Magnum w/ a 2.5" barrel or an older blued Model 19. The K and L frame sizes are sweet! An SP101 in a larger caliber would work, but unless you update the grip it probably won't be that confortable to shoot as Scorpio 64 pointed out and the larger K and L frames would work better for recoil. Similar in size to the K frames are the Ruger Sixes that are in between the Ruger GP100 and SP101 in size and close to a S&W L frame. Drum role please... Here is my recommendation... If you don't mind a little shorter than the 3" requirements you can get an OLDER and AWESOME Ruger Speed Six with a 2.75" barrel and round butt frame and fixed sights and nice balance. If you are really lucky a rare Postal Inspecter model (GS33-PS) with a coveted 3" barrel is out there somewhere. You could even find the Speed Sixes at a premium price in 9mm and moon clips that would keep your ammo consistent, but that variety would kick more than the .38s. Yes, you might find some value in one of the older Ruger Sixes and that's what I would look for with your 3" (2.75" requirement). Look into the Security Sixes and Services Sixes as well. Not sure, but they should have equivalent barrel length and perhaps adjustable sights if that is something you want. If you were thinking that the 3" might work to carry later on then the 2.75" barrel will be even that much better! If I was going to carry a revolver and didn't pickup one of those polymer Rugers the Speed Six would be my first choice! Perhaps the only negatives are that you might be limited in grips if you don't like the one that is stock and S&W K-frame holsters should work. Pachmyr Gripper Grips are nice and Hogue probably has something to still offer as well. I always wanted to find a bicentennial model stamped with "Made in the 200th year of American Liberty" Speed Six! Not sure if Ruger will still service these relatively bomb-proof revolvers, though, so there is that. For a "budget" revolver I would consider a Taurus 66 6 or 7 shot with a 4" in barrel and a supposed lifetime warranty. These are decent quality and similar to their S&W counterpart with a slightly less desirable trigger. Rutger's 95 has a good suggestion in the smaller Taurus as well. As for a soft-shooting 9mm semi-auto, consider one of the CZ 75 flavors, and the matte stainless model would be a nice rendition, or possibly an alternative, a Baby Eagle Jericho 941 or one of the older metal Smiths such as the 39 semi-auto. Redeye's suggestion of a PX4 would be nice as well; I've always wanted a compact PX4! If I remember there was a South American company besides Beretta that had a similar rotary design but the brand//model escapes me. You should definitely check out a Ruger Speed Six if you can find a nice one!
  6. Does anybody have experiece w/ a Jotul F3CB or a Vermont Castings Resolute and are they legal in NJ?
  7. Yeah, I guess you are right and I would rather read the fake, lying, manipulated propaganda Globalist reports like the ones that reported how aspirin or horse paste weren't very effective. For example, the "clinical" studies in which Ivermectin was given with the wrong dosage at the wrong time for the illness to people and then the "scientific" leaders said... look it didn't work correctly. Or the ones that ignored Fauci's data on how deadly Remdesivir really is... and how not very effective and yet it was a hospital corner piece. Or wonder why doctors that wanted to try different things to combat the US/China/Globalist bat flu and even with their successes had their doctor's licenses revoked. That book I recommended has many valuable and cited references.
  8. Anybody have thoughts on some good books to read during the summer (or any time)? Since Mark Twain, Dr. Seuss, and Thomas Jefferson are frowned upon these days, here is one suggestion that I recommend and I know there is one outspoken member on this forum that might find this particularly enlightening.... The Courage to Face Covid-19: Preventing Hospitalization and Death While Battling the Bio-Pharmaceutical Complex by John Leak and Dr. Peter A. McCullough. At the beginning of 2020, Dr. Peter McCullough was a highly regarded practicing physician, program director, teacher, and clinical investigator at a major academic medical center in Dallas, Texas. When COVID-19 arrived in March, he felt a duty to find a treatment for the disease. He wasn't alone. Other doctors all over the world were also searching for a cure. They followed the longstanding principle that it's best to tackle a sickness early, before it becomes life threatening. This is the story of how Dr. McCullough and his colleagues developed an early treatment protocol of generic, repurposed drugs and supplements that has saved tens of thousands of COVID-19 patients from hospitalization and death. In spite of their success, their early treatment protocol was not welcomed by public health officials. On the contrary, the news of their promising results was dismissed as soon as it was reported. At first this seemed like conventional skepticism, but then fraudulent papers maligning the protocol's repurposed drugs were published in academic medical journals. This and other acts of fraud revealed that a coordinated smear campaign against early treatment was being waged. Dr. McCullough and his colleagues soon found themselves censured, censored, attacked in the media, and fired from their jobs. The greatest victims of the smear campaign were COVID-19 patients who were consequently deprived of early treatment. Hundreds of thousands needlessly died of the disease. At the same time early treatment was suppressed, the US government and mainstream media proclaimed that the cure to COVID-19 lay in a new generation of vaccines that were being developed at warp speed. These were heralded as a forthcoming panacea that would save mankind and restore normalcy. As soon as they were mass deployed, public health officials would lift the restrictions on social and economic life. While many observers were thunderstruck by this turn of events, there were historical precedents. In his 1961 Farewell Address, President Eisenhower warned: We must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought of unsought, by the military-industrial complex. The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists and will persist. We must never let the weight of this combination endanger our liberties or democratic processes. As Dr. McCullough and his colleagues learned, Eisenhower’s warning has become equally applicable to the Bio-Pharmaceutical Complex of multinational drug companies, the NIH and other federal agencies, research and virology labs, and the Gates Foundation. Since COVID-19 arrived, this Complex has obtained misplaced power over every aspect of our lives and taken our liberties. The Courage to Face Covid-19 recounts how Dr. McCullough and his colleagues began their work by fighting a novel infectious disease, and then became leaders in fighting the tyrannical regime that endangers our American way of life.
  9. Why isn't this in the national news cycle? https://www.wral.com/woman-credited-with-stopping-mass-shooting-at-apartment-complex-in-west-virginia/20306891/ Woman credited with stopping mass shooting at apartment complex in West Virginia Where are all the important details? White Supremist? Clean record? Non-Binary Defender? Gun Free Zone for the lawful? Prius parking lot rage? Perhaps this doesn''t fit the narrative exactly? What will the RINOs and Democrats bent on curbing liberty in this nation, Manchin or Graham come to mind, or say irrelevant and compromised Wayne LaPierre or even "Lets Ban Bump Stocks" Trump all have to say in the coming hours?
  10. Why would Gates be talking about it unless he has an agenda? https://thelibertyloft.com/2021/10/07/opinion-yes-bill-gates-did-talk-about-lowering-the-worlds-population/ I wonder what the next plague the "medical" community, Gates, Big Pharma, the Government, China, and the NWO will release on We the People next? Soon, if Gates and the other elites have their way, 10X, you won't be able to afford to go get your premium medical care and treatments... that may actually save your life! No thread-hijacking here. Just disagreeing with that Microschmuck. The reason Elite Gates, Faucewad and others are pushing this for seniors is because they have an agenda. I'd certainly listen to that klown. If I was a betting guinea pig, I would bet that neither Gates nor Fauci have gotten their mandated shots... Bet Klaus Schwab hasn't either, but our seniors and children certainly should. I guess some on this forum aren't scratching their heads. Thanks to the original OP for his levity. What the Fudd! Government is not reason; it is not eloquent; it is force. Like fire, it is a dangerous servant and a fearful master. Experience has taught us that it is much easier to prevent an enemy from posting themselves than it is to dislodge them after they have got possession, and when the freedom of speech is taken away then dumb and silent we may be led, like sheep to the slaughter.. - George Washington
  11. Are those researchers and medical and “scientific” ones the same ones that are banning any data contrary to the elite’s narrative? Many seniors could have been saved from the plandemic if the money trail, power trail and agenda weren’t followed. Now we will see about avian and monkey pox. I brought this information to the table because Gates IS one of the elite that has destroyed our medicine and harmed humans.
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