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maintenanceguy last won the day on November 2 2016

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  1. You may not need to sue the prosecutor to get what you want. Sometimes, once the other side knows you have a lawyer, they start following the law. Just having a lawyer make the phone call can get something done - may cost you a few hundred dollars. Jeff Henninger is a pro gun lawyer in NJ who could at least explain your options. Good Luck
  2. With Dicks it wasn't a business decision, it was a political decision. The CEO had his business take a strong stand against my rights just before he announced his bid to run for president as a Democrat. He put the company's interests second and cost the company a lot of money for his own political gain. If I owned stock in Dicks, I'd be ticked.
  3. Nothing to worry about.
  4. 50 guns - no problem hundreds of rounds of ammunition - time to place an order de-milled hand grenades - considering the guy owned a gun shop, not unusual liquid mercury - every thermostat and thermometer in the world used to have mercury in it - again, not unusual pipe bomb - since everything else they found is a nothing, I'm suspicious about this "pipe bomb".
  5. Right. The actual law doesn't apply any more. All you need is one activist judge to rule on his or her feelings instead of considering the law. I'm not so bothered by the stalemate. I suspect that most of us have, at least once in our lives, found ourselves without a job. I've been there before. It's an unfortunate part of life. Find another as quickly as you can, live on your savings in the mean time. And most importantly, save for this rainy day because it's coming eventually. And...I think we could permanently cut 15% of the federal work force, never feel the impact, and put those 15% into actual productive jobs in the private sector. We would all be better off.
  6. If Ruger would shave .00001 oz off the weight, it could be legal by just turning down the barrel threads. Specs should read "49.999 oz weight".
  7. Should you have to have training to get a permit? Hard to answer because I first have to accept that it's okay to require a permit. But, no! Requiring training is an infringement on the right to keep arms. Can a range require training to use the range? Yes.
  8. I like it. The see-thru magazine is a good idea - assuming it is durable. I also like that the striker is removable before take down. Overall seems like they really thought this through.
  9. All business has overhead. Electric, phone, rent, etc. But, if you get transfer business that you weren't otherwise going to get, that transfer is profit 100% as compared to not getting the transfer business at all. Half empty or half full?
  10. The only reason she doesn't know is that she really doesn't care to know. I'm not hiding a thing. I am a grown man! I am not going to go through life hiding things from my wife. If I feared her so much that I needed to hid things from her, it would be time to move on. That said, I've been married for 26 years with no plans to move on.
  11. I just donated $50. This money isn't going to go for a wall. Lawyers, judges, and politicians will find a way to make sure this fails. But, it sends a strong message that Americans want this badly enough to voluntarily reach into their own pockets to fund this. Our elected "leaders" care about 1 thing: Staying at the feeding trough. They need campaign contribution to do this. This go fund me campaign is a signal that indicates what positions we are willing to fund. This can have influence.
  12. I disagree. Often, a man needs to keep his emotions in check because he needs to be able to solve whatever problem is happening. Holding your feelings in is not toxic. Being able to control your emotions and continue to function is an important part of being a man. A man also needs to be able to keep his feelings in check to be the rock that makes his family feel safe. I don't mean that men never get to cry but I do believe that a man can't be boohooing all the time and still be fulfilling the role society and the family needs him to fill. If all that built up emotion is a problem, the good news is that God only makes you live about 80 years so you only have to man up for a relatively short time. All the women I know like a man who behaves like a man. I don't spend time with anyone who doesn't....because I'm a man.
  13. I drove a 96 (I think) until it had 227,000 miles. The only repair I ever did was replace the serpentine belt. Of course, to do that you needed to lift the engine since the belt went around the motor mount. At the end, that car was worn out! But other than looking like it had been through a war (headliner falling down, bumpers rusted, a few dents and scratches) it ran fine until that day I got rid of it. It was my daily driver. One morning it wouldn't start. I spent about an hour and couldn't figure out why it didn't have any spark at the plugs. Then, I called the junk yard to come get it.
  14. State Police in Alaska use 12 ga slugs. I've chased lots and lots of black bear out of my campsites by just yelling at them and acting aggressive. Black bear are pretty doscile compared to other bear. But...that works until it doesn't. If a bear is intent on getting to you, I'm not sure anything non-lethal will work.
  15. I have two of the 12 gun Stack-On cabinets. I had enough ceiling height to mount one on top of the other to save space. They are bolted to each other and to the wall internally. I think someone with a good pry bar and big hammer could have it opened in about 5 minutes. But, they are cheap, they keep kids out, they keep honest people out, and they are light weight.
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