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  • Birthday 02/27/1957

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  1. On Thursday, Murphy called the Supreme Court decision tragic. “Based on a deeply flawed constitutional methodology, a right-wing majority on the United States Supreme Court has just said that states can no longer decide for ourselves how best to limit the proliferation of firearms in the public sphere,” he said. “Let there be no mistake – this dangerous decision will make America a less safe country.” And just like that, the Bill of Rights in no longer above his pay grade...
  2. You know these are incredibly easy to make. After spending a lot of time in Brazil, Columbia, and Argentina, I make these at home all summer! And Buenos Aires is beautiful - one of my favorite cities!
  3. You don't actually own that, the association does. By being a member of the association, you have the right to access it. And if it's like our association here (Hunterdon County), the association pays no taxes on that land. Your association fees go towards maintenance and insurance.
  4. When we used to participate in live fire cannon competitions (yes, they used to have them at Monmouth Battlefield), the projectile of choice was an Alpo can filled with cement. Round balls skip too much, so to control missed shots we need to use something that tumbles like a football, instead of skipping. A round cannon ball can skip pretty far!). So, in at least a partial answer, a 3 pound cannon (cannon calibers are stated in projectile weight) is Alpo can caliber. I also have a 1 pounder swivel gun; that's golf ball caliber.
  5. Buy a Kimber Pepper Blaster, and carry it. You can get one from Amazon in 2 days.
  6. Same here. I really like the binos and will keep them anyway, but no response from anyone.
  7. I had a 1972 MGB. A little known feature in older British sports cars is the checkbook scanner built into the driver's seat. If you have $400 in your checking account, it will cost $390 to fix it, and leave you $10 for beer to cry into.
  8. Sure they do - click on Greece, and click more info. Basically COVID.
  9. That was made by a company called BluntForce. Not sure if they are still in business. It was actually made for a pistol(!), and they were verrry expensive.
  10. OK, so you are a new gun owner. And everyone here is chiming in about hand guns, but might I suggest - hunting! You should try it, you might like it. And no, you don't have to start with deer. There are lots of opportunities for small game hunting, and rabbit and squirrel hunting are a lot of fun. And - they're easier to clean! Gets you outside, you'll learn a lot about your local WMAs, and there are few things as much fun as walking through the woods with a rifle (or shotgun) slung over your shoulder.
  11. You probably had a LARC M19 Annihilator! Those used Freon cannisters. Things have come a long way since then.
  12. I have shot this and it was a blast! https://www.umarexusa.com/beretta-m92-a1-177-black Not sure about reliability, but it ran fine the day I shot it. Make sure you have a LOT of BBs and CO2 - you'll burn through it faster than you think.
  13. If you are a real Bond and watch geek, here is a list of every watch worn in every Bond film. https://manofmany.com/fashion/watches/a-complete-list-of-all-the-james-bond-watches
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