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Malice4you last won the day on April 20 2018

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  1. The same jackass who said "To me, the data should drive our decision making. So I know, I’m not afraid of people having guns who are law abiding citizens. In the analysis of gun murders and shootings in my city, I could only find one in the entire time I’ve been mayor – and unfortunately there have been hundreds and hundreds – where a person who was involved in a shooting where they had their gun legally, where they legally acquired their gun. The guns that are causing carnage in our cities, my city and our country, every single year are acquired illegally. " https://www.guns.com/news/2013/02/04/newark-mayor-cory-booker-explains-to-bill-maher-that-legal-gun-owners-dont-murder-video
  2. Mec Gar often makes the mags for many manufacturers pistols, and often the difference is the stamp on the magazine. IMO buy what you prefer and you will be fine. I have both Sig marked and MecGar marked mags for my 226 and all run the same - perfectly fine. Just don't get ProMags, no one other than me has apparently ever had any luck with them ever, though I only had two.
  3. Re: Rimfire... Avoid ANYTHING Winchester rimfire. Golden Bullets have probably the worst reputation of any specific [rimfire] product line out there, short of possibly Thunderbolts (When the nickname "Thunderturds" is more common than the actual name, that's probably a bad thing...), but as a WHOLE, Winchester rimfire ammo in the last 5+ years has been atrocious at best. For what it is worth, I have actually had reasonably good luck with Golden Bullets, and one of my guns actually loves the things. Rimfire guns are picky eaters at best, so I understand that one gun may not like brand X - and you work around that. But when one brand consistently performs horribly, if it even performs at all, in a multitude of guns including semi-auto and even bolt action and across multiple calibers...that's just bad manufacturing. I've had greater than 50% failure to fire rates with some Winchester ammo in multiple semi-autos, and 30+% failure-to-fire rates even in bolt guns which have fired (and continue to fire) thousands to even tens of thousands of other brand rounds reliably the first time. I simply will not buy Winchester rimfire ammo again - it is not worth the hassles even if it were free. All that said, if your .22LR cannot function with CCI MiniMags, then IMO abandon all hope for that gun ever working properly. As for Wolf Match .22, I believe that is actually manufactured by SK, which is a part of Lapua, so totally different from other Wolf ammo AFAIK. Has the same headstamp as SK and Lapua Center-X from what I remember. And if you ARE looking for serious accuracy in .22s, you're looking at $10+/50 ammos from RWS, Lapua, and Eley. As for centerfire, Federal, CCI, Remington, PMC, and even Winchester have all worked fine for me. Some are dirtier than others, but for range ammo, buy the cheapest stuff that runs safely in your gun, and if need be, do a basic cleaning more often. And if your Winchester White Box ammo locks your gun up so bad you can't move the action whatsoever, just throw your gun into the next range to unjam it, then continue shooting*. *I really hope I don't have to tell you to not actually do this. Unfortunately a former member apparently thought this was a good idea and actually did so. Link for tips on how not to act:
  4. If you eat enough delicious Taylor Ham or knockoff pork roll, maybe there IS a danger of a floor collapse... But yea, in terms of "my 'wood' is bigger than yours" - there's more than enough in this thread...
  5. Just add two binary triggers...now you can go through 4x as many rounds quickly!
  6. Because of NJ's evil features list, 99% of AR pistols out there would be illegal since they are over 50oz and have a magazine outside the pistol grip. I believe @PK90 may have a model available or can order one.
  7. Awesome to watch. Always wanted a machine capable of doing this since I first saw one in action at a trade show, until I found out just how much they cost...
  8. More than happy to if that's what is needed, though I thought I remembered someone else mentioning them.
  9. I seriously doubt anyone cannot shoot their gun whatsoever with a dangling pinky, then are suddenly be able to shoot again when loaded with a mag with a pinky extension. It is simply a matter of comfort. I can't stand having my pinky hanging below because it feels wrong and mildly annoying, not because I become incapable of holding or shooting the gun at all. If it doesn't bother you, great. It annoys me, so for the one gun it is a minor issue on, I have the extension on. I can't carry concealed anyway, so until that changes, it has zero effect on anything except my comfort as a range toy. At home, I have a G23 sized pistol on me and long guns nearby. It would certainly be more comfortable to carry the LC9S around the house, yet I still chose capability over comfort there. I see this like me telling you you should carry a thicker carry gun because it fits me fine - my feelings on you and your gun really have zero effect on you. Everyone should train with what they are comfortable with, should train for worst case scenarios, and carry what is appropriate for their situation, be it with or without pinky extension, or mouse gun or 6" 1911, or like the average FPS game character, with 4 pistols, 2 SMGs, 3 rifles, and an RPG.
  10. Do I have to report this post? I have nothing of value to add here, as I went with a Sig 1911 TTT...but there are some purdy 1911s in here...and of that list, I'm not sure if you can actually go wrong...
  11. I forgot to add that I also have a Kimber Pepper Blaster that has a pistol grip(-ish) protrusion, that I can only get my middle finger around. The grip is strangely comfortable, though it may be because there is so much gripping area for the thumb and no threat of recoil or blowback (unless I'm downwind of discharging it), so I don't mind the lack of a grip so much. If I had a similar sized/shaped gun in something like .22WMR/.17HMR, or other lower-recoiling rounds, maybe a break barrel derringer, it might be a fun and interesting gun that I wouldn't mind not having more of a grip. Not as a primary CCW piece, but a backup perhaps...
  12. Looks like it's just me for both parts. Not sure what I can bring foodwise. Anyone who is smart wants nothing to do with any food I've made, myself included (minus the smart part). I'll have a manual cocking thrower with me.
  13. With both cameras and guns, I cannot stand having a dangling pinky below. I have a Ruger LC9S Pro with the extension on it for comfort of shooting. I may try it again without the pinky extension sometime, but seeing how I can't carry, concealment isn't a real issue. Around the house, I typically have the Glock 23 or Sig Pro 2022 on me OWB. The LC9S is my smallest pistol. All my cameras have a battery grip below, most built-in, some added on. If I were actually able to carry, I think I would opt for the 23 or 2022 most of the time. I just prefer the size of those pistols, and capacity is (was significantly) better than the LC9S. Once I actually have to worry about carrying, then I'll worry more about if a 1/2" longer pinky grip matters.
  14. With all the droughts in Kali, I suspect that many of those horrible, horrible boating accidents took place in locations which may now be simply puddles. If it hits the supreme court and is ruled in our favor, I hope there's a drought in NJ too, for all you guys who lost your mags in similar aquatic tragedies. At least most of us who suffered through these countless boating accidents did not have to go through 7 sawzall blades trying to destroy our highly dangerous 15 round Glock mags.
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