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  1. Let them do it. The more times they do it, the more evidence we have, all the the more case proving incontrovertible evidence demonstrating abuse of power to harass and obstruct enjoyment of a civil liberty and constitutional right. All it takes is a few people that know what they are doing to file a suit, and a bunch of donors to make it happen. If we are to win this culture war, we have to start using some of their tactics. Since we don't have a Soros level sugar daddy, it will be up to the 2A community to fund a class action through several courts. It could take years, but it would be settled once and for all.
  2. We could always start a class action lawsuit against the state to fix the multi day delays in the "instant" system, and we'd probably win (eventually), but I'd feel bad about taking money away from things like free healthcare for illegal aliens.
  3. “Californians have the constitutional right to acquire and use state-of-the-art handguns to protect themselves.". BREAKING NEWS ON BOLAND V BONTA OUT OF THE U.S. DISTRICT COURT, CENTRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA SOUTHERN DIVISION: CALIFORNIA HANDGUN ROSTER RULED UNCONSTITUTIONAL! In a decision sure to rock California’s anti-gun politicians, United States District Judge Cormac J. Carney just issued a decision that has struck down the state’s “Handgun Roster” – declaring that “Californians have the constitutional right to acquire and use state-of-the-art handguns to protect themselves. They should not be forced to settle for decade-old models of handguns to ensure that they remain safe inside or outside the home.” To read the full decision, click HERE. To watch an analysis of the ruling by Anthony Miranda, the Armed Scholar, click HERE. The decision goes on to read “The Second Amendment enshrines a fundamental constitutional right for law-abiding citizens to keep and bear arms for self-defense. Increasingly in modern times, with “the ubiquity of guns and our country’s high level of gun violence,” ordinary law-abiding people feel a need to possess handguns to protect themselves against violence.” The Roster will be officially invalidated in 14 days; this gives the State of California (Attorney General Rob Bonta) time to request an emergency stay by the 9th Circuit court of appeals. Thanks to the 2022 Bruen decision, it is no longer a sure thing that the 9th will issue such a stay. Kudos to our 2A partners at CRPA for filing the suit. More here from Bearing Arms. --> https://bearingarms.com/camedwards/2023/03/20/federal-judge-issues-injunction-against-ca-microstamping-requirement-and-other-aspects-of-unsafe-handguns-act-n68616
  4. Non mission critical gear. Socks, cookies, a wubby.
  5. Give it 20 million years and it will be some sweet crude oil. Maybe spa seaweed wraps for the rich and famous. A day's worth of sushi wrap and seaweed crackers for Japan. 200,000 underwater ghillie suits
  6. Question about constructive intent. If one owns one or more standard AR pattern rifles, and also owns at least one "other", does constructive intent come into play? Let's say you replaced a stock on a carbine, and the old butt stock now sits in a box somewhere in the house, what's to stop someone from just slipping the old stock on to an "other", or pulling a stock from a proper carbine and slipping it on an "other"?
  7. March, 2023 Henry Issues Recall Notice for Certain Lever Action .45-70 Rifles Rice Lake, Wis., March 10, 2023 Henry Repeating Arms recently discovered a safety issue affecting certain lever action .45-70 Gov’t rifles manufactured between December 14, 2022, and January 11, 2023. Henry is voluntarily initiating a recall to protect the safety of its customers because, under certain conditions, it is possible that some of these rifles may unintentionally discharge without the trigger being pulled if the hammer is released or dropped from the cocked position. To prevent the possibility of death or serious personal injury, owners of a Henry Repeating Arms lever action .45-70 should discontinue all use until it is determined whether or not the rifle is subject to recall. Any Henry Repeating Arms firearm obtained before December 2022 is not subject to this recall, and no action is needed. https://www.henryusa.com/news/henry-recall-notice-for-certain-lever-action-45-70-rifles/
  8. Looks more like a compensator to me. Only ported up top, that's mostly to control muzzle rise.
  9. Wasn't he on Fox and Friends just a week ago?
  10. I remember being pissed when they went from $32 to $38.
  11. This isn't exactly a hot deal, it's more of a heads up. Brownell's seems to have every type of Winchester RIFLE primer in stock at the moment, I just checked. They run $100-$110 per 1K https://www.brownells.com/reloading/components/primers/rifle-primers/?trk_msg=B5SE3D6DIJBKF18M6RUE4IMS30&trk_contact=T2FQPSUOBPEUDSFKGGTK3UVESS&trk_sid=JH6SDANTS1IFCJBJRPJ97H76PG&trk_link=1HMIBF1238H4J2HARPARMSD2OC&utm_source=listrak&utm_medium=email&utm_term=View+product+recommended+for+you&utm_campaign=grand_opening&utm_content=2023_003_03_day_5_wilson_combat
  12. Scorpio64


    New users that give generic hellos without any candor are always suspect. No indication of interests, home range, and has not returned since creating the account, all red flags. If Dyan is from NJ, and also not a bot, he/she should be okay with a little fun and easily pass the unbeatable NJ breakfast meat Turing test.
  13. Scorpio64


    Dude, come on, we talked about this. It's not nice to disparage people with disabilities.
  14. Hey there Bleach fan. Technically, you can buy the pistol now, but you can not take possession of it, the pistola would have to sit in FFL jail until you get your permit. It may be several weeks, or even months before you get that squared away and the LGS (presumably Keyport Guns) will probably charge a storage fee, on top of typical FFL fees as well. If you are really hot to trot for this pistol, call Keyport Guns, explain the situation and ask if they will accommodate.
  15. Perhaps a lens scratch repair kit would fix it, maybe worth looking in to. If you wear glasses, wherever you get them, or any decent pharmacy should have it. You have got to be cat shitting me, for real, cat shit? Is that some kind of operator lingo for toothpaste,. Please tell me it means toothpaste.
  16. FOPA is a federal interstate act, while it does bring up point to point origin and destination, interstate is the operative word here. If one has an FPID and possesses hollow point ammo at home, which is legal within the exemption, and is transporting it to a state that is not retarded about hollow point ammo, I do not see a problem. NJ residence to PA residence is legal, origin to endpoint, even without the FOPA protection, which NJ residents wouldn't need if Trenton wasn't run by dick heads.
  17. It's Pork Roll.
  18. What! No +2 extension. That aside, it's a great look, I really like the shroud. I want to do something similar to my Shockwave, some day.
  19. I believe you would be protected by FOPA when transporting interstate where the final destination is outside NJ.
  20. Just got this in my e-mail this am. AmmoFast - American Eagle 9mm 115gr FMJ $12.99/50rds Flat rate shipping $14.95 for any amount ordered. https://www.ammofast.com/product/federal-9mm-115-gr-american-eagle-fmj/
  21. Ehhh, maybe this "tenderloin" and the "ham" do have something in common. As sure as "TH" is not ham, Scrapple sure as hell ain't tenderloin. lol, tenderloin. I guess the Amish do have a sense of humor. Not really. Scrapple, if it's done right, is crispy on the outside and a little squishy on the inside. It's typically dredged in flour and pan fried in butter. Ketchup is a popular condiment.
  22. It's not at all like Taylor Ham, Scrapple is not imaginary. Scrapple is made of the stuff they wouldn't put in hotdogs, it's delicious.
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