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Everything posted by myhatinthering

  1. not sure how this aligns to the SC ruling on the senate race a decade ago given it's clear there is no fair representation.
  2. again, problem here is we are not talking about short barreled handgun. It really is apples and oranges due to the pressure curve from the bore the reason rifles go kaboom 99% of the time with a squib is because there is a spike in pressure that exceeds the initial charge and then physics takes over
  3. Shoot me your address big mouth. can be at your place anytime tomorrow. you want to be tough, lets see how tough. waiting
  4. Im here yiu fuck...meet u anyplace anytime cunt Where u live, ill come by tomorrow..where
  5. Fuck you... if you want brass, step up and offer 150 per bucket otherwise shut the fuck up
  6. super easy process if anyone does this. 5 buckets and $450 later! guy asks, 'you've been saving for a while huh' and I say, 'nope, just last year's range trips' Guy looked at me like I was Waco...lol
  7. that's pretty cool! Beacon in Amboy is 1.50 and I don't mind going there but thank you appreciate that but no worries not sure how you can find that relaxing, man it's just like scratching your eyes to me.
  8. I like cleaning firearms, totally relaxes me. separating brass is like sticking pencils in my eyeballs! lol
  9. I hear you but not going through it. I see they sell 5lb buckets of 223/556 for 175 and I've got at least 3 of those if I separated and at least 1 full of 9mm. fk that, just bring to beacon and walk out...lol I've got zinc stuff too but not as much. that is mostly 38
  10. I have a total of 5 buckets from last year and not separating it, too much of a hassle to be honest. It's mostly 9mm, 5.56 but there is also a decent amount of 38/357 and 308. Do have some 30-06, 45 but like I said, too much of a hassle. really just curious if anyone has ever done this before.
  11. anyone ever bring their shells to a place a like this? I've got several buckets and don't feel like selling etc so called them and they said they take fired brass. Of note, don't have to deprime them anyone do something like this?
  12. add them to the list that includes Troy....why use a company like these????
  13. Every forum i visit, benchmade is getting absolutely killed. they r fked
  14. you are too fixated on handguns with very short barrels here. Rifle systems are much different, auto to non auto-loaders especially. With any blockage that prevents gas expulsion, you get a spike in the curve that results in the rupture of the barrel. all that pressure doesn't dissipate like it would normally and then with non auto-loaders where you have not gas bleed off, you get pop. This was not such an occurrence.
  15. psa sucks, shitty qc, and unless you go premium, you are wasting your money. the lpk's suck, absolutely suck. their lowers and uppers are fine however that said, kentucky gun co is awesome! also, they need to make this with the m&p adapter given it's the most popular handgun for several years running. time to get away from that ugly ass glock...lol
  16. all the handgun stuff is great but we're not talking handguns, it's a rifle and the length of the barrel would increase the effect on the pressure curve the longer out. Either way, the guy can absolutely get an answer from Henry so we'll find out soon enough
  17. aero is great quality, great deal here https://www.aeroprecisionusa.com/m4e1-upper-build-kit-16-5-56-mid-length-barrel-15-quantum-m-lok-handguard-anodized-black-includes-epsilon-556-raptor-ch
  18. vp9 trigger really is the one all others should be measured by. that alone puts it over the top
  19. yes I know all about the military, the requirements and reasoning and stated that is not an issue or what I meant. absolutely against any dna extraction unless guilty, it's the libertarian in me. I recognize the strain it puts on investigations but it's what I believe in. I am a strong advocate of innocent until proven guilty would gladly see 99 guilty go free for the sake of one innocent being wrongfully convicted. If you voluntarily submit to dna upon arrest, great and no issue with it mail in tests are no different than the test conducted for paternity etc. DNA is unique in that there are no outliers in the data. It's a fascinating conundrum for statisticians
  20. military is different and I recognize it as such. I am referring more to the recent law that suspects can have dna taken disagree on the 3% margin here however given dna doesn't fall into normal statistical sampling methods. There is no 95% match in sibling dna, it's either 99.9 or next to zero. DNA is fascinating, accurate, and does not lie
  21. your dna should never be allowed to be taken without consent imho. that said, these things are not really that accurate imho. We did it and I know my family lineage as I've seen headstones that date to 1300, know the family history well for both sides and the results were mixed. You have to understand how the sampling works and how to read the concentric circles they use to pinpoint. Just think, how does 2 girls from same family have 1 miss 3% of a heritage when DNA is supposed to be 99.9% accurate?
  22. unreal and tragic that on the 2nd attempt we didn't cut his legs off to prevent him from coming back...lol
  23. it's not a squib, not even close. with all due respect and I mean that as tone doesn't come across in these message chats, I question if you have actually seen a squib or been around a barrel affected by one. Squibs are not as common as some would lead you to believe. A squib leads to uncontrolled 'mini-explosion' that ruptures a barrel. A barrel will blow outward and you'll have non-linear breaks in the barrel or firearm. We simply don't see this here, not even close. I've never heard of a squib being shot out by a shooter and them not knowing it. Bullets deform to diameter of the barrel and being struck by another object with minimum 20k psi would be known. I'm sure you can find in internet retardation someone will say it happens but it doesn't, unless you are talking 1 in 100mm here and we are not. as I said, I'm willing to put my money where my experience and education is. I'll bet you the price of your 686 and you bet the firearm. I'll even leave said cash with Steve when I pick up the 19 next week and he can send to whoever is right on this. When you lose, you can send the handgun to Steve. Deal?
  24. not a squib by any definition and the bulge is not really a bulge. any 'squib' whether big or small would never have such a linear break. I would bet you could search the internet for a week and not find one like this. I've personally witnessed 2 kabooms from bad ammo and have been around long enough to know that anyone having even the smallest 'squib' would know it immediately. It is not a subtle happening by any stretch. Henry had issues with muzzle loaders where barrels were splitting so it's not unheard of from them
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