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About dutchman

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  1. Article discusses how someone easily hacked a smart gun. https://www.wired.com/story/smart-gun-fire-magnets/amp
  2. 150 rounds 55 or 62 grain $54.98 Also picked up some Winchester .223 60 grain PDX on closeout 20 rnds $12.97 I know its Dicks, but these prices are pretty good, esp the PDX.
  3. http://www.nationalreview.com/article/435564/gun-rights-concealed-carry-second-amendment-new-jersey-us-congress
  4. It was my first handgun. 45 years later I still own it and shoot it regularly. You can't go wrong with a 10 and there's always a market for them if you choose to sell.
  5. NJ Politics as usual in my view. Gun law violations like this don't play well in free amerika and she is black. 1. The NJ State Atty Gen reports to Christie. 2. All County prosecutors report to the NJ State Atty Gen. 3. Christie doesn't want the NRA or opponents hanging this around his neck for his 2016 run for pres. 4. QED Someone in AC got a phone call. 5. PTI The only thing CC gives a shit about is furthering his own political ambitions. Although based on what I know I think PTI is the right call and we shouldn't punish others for the legislation and actions of the morons that get elected here.
  6. Look at Nikon - Outstanding quality for the money, especially the lower price points. I own 2 rifles with Nikon scopes.
  7. Thanks to the free states, we may be off the hook (and I know its effing msnbc) http://www.msnbc.com/all/democrat-we-will-reverse-smart-gun-law
  8. SCOTUS declining to take a case is effectively a ruling against the petitioners.
  9. Temporary hold denied - Law is now 10 rounds in Sunnyvale during appeal process http://www.scotusblog.com/2014/03/new-test-of-gun-rights/
  10. Both the Federal District and Appeals Courts upheld the 10 round mag limit ordinance of Sunnyvale, CA. Six Californians have appealed to SCOTUS. We now wait for the response to the appeal. Note that 66% of Sunnyvale voted in favor of 10 round limits. http://www.scotusblog.com/2014/03/new-test-of-gun-rights/#more-206184 At least SCOTUS didn't decline to hear the case at all.
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