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  1. Add another agency to the list in banning these garbage holsters. http://soldiersystems.net/2017/06/23/lapd-bans-use-of-blackhawk-serpa-holster/
  2. Gatorade... I'm working all night and I got some kinda sinus thing going on. I feel like hammered shit.... Damn you all.
  3. I sent mine back to L3 directly. Got my refund in April of 2016. https://www.njgunforums.com/forum/index.php?/topic/79040-usg-sues-l3-for-fraud-over-eotech-issues/&page=6
  4. Lol! Shit happens... That being said, I think @medic2264 built a 1911 on Caspian parts. Maybe he will chime in.
  5. What does that have to do with Eotech?
  6. Try not to vomit when you read this. The FBI admits that Hodgkinson: • raged against Republicans in online forums *note to some of our more aggressive posters: these things do come up during investigations* • had a piece of paper bearing the names of six members of Congress • was reported for doing target practice outside his home in recent months before moving to Alexandria, • had mapped out a trip to the DC area, • took multiple photos of the baseball field he would later shoot up, three days after the New York Times mentioned that Republicans practiced baseball at an Alexandria baseball field with little security, • lived out of his van at the YMCA directly next door to the baseball field he shot up, • legally purchased a rifle in March 2003 and 9 mm handgun “in November 2016,” • modified the rifle at some point to accept a detachable magazine and replaced the original stock with a stock • rented a storage facility to hide hundreds of rounds of ammunition and additional rifle components, • asked “Is this the Republican or Democrat baseball team?” before firing on the Republicans, • ran a Google search for information on the “2017 Republican Convention” hours before the shooting, • and took photos at high-profile Washington locations, including the east front plaza of the U.S. Capitol and the Dirksen Senate Office. • We know from other reporting that the list was of six Republican Freedom Caucus members, including Rep. Mo Brooks, who was present at the practice. So what does the FBI decide this information means? Well, the takeaway of the briefing was characterized well by the Associated Press headline about it: “FBI: Gunman who shot congressman had no target in mind.” The Associated Press reported the FBI: • believes the gunman “had no concrete plan to inflict violence” against Republicans, • “had not yet clarified who, if anyone, he planned to target, or why,” • believes he may have just “happened upon” the baseball game the morning of June 14, and that the attack appeared “spontaneous,” • are unclear on the “context” of Hodgkinson’s note with six names of members of Congress, • does not believe that photographs of the baseball field or other sites “represented surveillance of intended targets,” and • “painted a picture of a down-on-his-luck man with few future prospects.” In fact, USA Today went with “FBI offers portrait of troubled Alexandria shooter with ‘anger management problem’” for their headline, since that’s what the FBI emphasized in the briefing. Unreal.....
  7. Reap what you sow. Some crazy regime changes happening in the Kingdom. https://wwwDOTtheguardian.com/world/2017/jun/24/saudi-security-foils-terror-plot-targeting-mecca-grand-mosque
  8. I'm having no trouble finding stuff to keep me interested in and spend money on without weird calibers.
  9. @Ray RayWhy do we need something different?
  10. Quarter Circle 10 sells large frame Glock AR lowers, bolts, and barrels for building 10mm ARs. For just under a grand (depending on what options you wanted) you could assemble a reliable, fun, and accurate little AR that shoots 10mm and takes Glock mags. Just sayin'
  11. Not trying to start the HK v Glock v Sig v whatevs.... That statement was a direct quote of Ray's in another thread where he poo-poos caliber conversions.
  12. It converts the other way. I know KKM makes a .40 barrel that will convert your large frame 10mm Glock to shoot the "lesser" caliber. I think LoneWolf Distributors does as well in .40 and 357Sig.
  13. The money paid by a few thousand (that's a generous estimate) people from 5 or 6 states applying for out of state permits and/or renewing every 3 years or so will not fund the salaries and the operating costs of the division/unit assigned to process the paperwork and keep the records.
  14. Wait, why would you want a conversion anything or even bring up a conversion as a benefit? [sarcasm] Why not just get a gun that was built to be a 357 Sig from the get-go? Aren't you concerned about reliability and legality IF said firearm is used in a self-defense role? Let me ask you, which gun do you think would be more reliable? A Glock 22 converted to 357 Sig Or A Glock 31? Seriously - Why do all that "conversion" nonsense when you could save yourself any drama by buying a 357 Sig gun? A G32 for example, that was born a 357 Sig with 357 Sig parts, slide, frame, and all the rest. Doesn't it just seem risky to you? But, hey to each his own. [/sarcasm] #hypocriticalRayRay https://www.njgunforums.com/forum/index.php?/topic/86808-glock-22-9mm-conversion-checklist/#comment-1116142 Anyway..... In reality, if you bought a 10mm Glock, you can convert it to shoot .40 and 357 Sig by just swapping in conversion barrels. Now, I don't know about the rest of your topic, as I don't really care about either caliber. They both seem to be favorites of people that just want something different for the sake of being different - and that's OK. I do see the benefit of 10mm for hunting and outdoor activities, but as a self defense round it may be a bit overkill.
  15. Rob, To touch on your point: Currently under HR 218/LEOSA any sworn LEO in good standing can carry a handgun off duty in all 50 states. However, we still have to abide by the states magazine capacity laws. When the act was originally passed any ammunition restrictions had to be followed as well - for example a Cop from TX could not carry hollow points and had to restrict his gun to a 15 round mag when coming to NJ. The last update eliminated any ammo restrictions (as long as long as the ammo was what your dept issued/mandated - This change was due to insurance issues of all things, not the lawmakers getting smart about ammo choices) but did nothing to address any magazine restrictions. So currently, yes, even though I basically have "national reciprocity" I have to be aware of magazine capacity restriction whenever I travel to make sure I am not in violation. I can only carry 10 round mags when I go to NY, CT, MA, DC, MD, or HI. I don't see this changing anytime soon either.