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About Lakota

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  • Birthday September 23

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    RTSP / Cherry Ridge

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  1. i've been quizzing different PD folks I run into on the loaded mag question .. roughly 2 dozen different officers from 5 or 6 different PD's over the last year and half or so .. its been roughly a 50/50 on the response. 50% say loaded mags are just load mags .. the other 50% has said its considered a loaded gun. So personally I load my mags at the range. that 50/50 crap ain't worth the court battle or headache in my opinion
  2. F Levi's.. then can go out of business with Dick's https://thehill.com/business-a-lobbying/404902-levis-teams-up-with-gun-control-group-we-simply-cannot-stand-by-silently
  3. i have used them a bunch of times. parts, targets, mags etc transfers to ffl's as well. never an issue with them.
  4. Yea but "recent" is subjective. I got mine a over a year ago .... and my serial number still let me order the guage for free. It would be dumb of them to let everyone with a serial number from one of these ever made to get a gauge unless by "recent" they mean the last few years. It let me get one so im going to check mine regardless, not worth it to take a chance, but I find it very interesting that they say recent but are not saying no to one that was manufactured at least 14 months ago.
  5. I have one of these so I already ordered the free bolt gauge tool to check mine here: https://store.smith-wesson.com/m-p-15-22-bolt-inspection-gauge
  6. This has been posted on S&W's facebook page and I know not everyone is on facebook. Not sure how else they are going to release this info so here it is just in case anyone owns one of these: Smith & Wesson has identified two M&P15-22 firearms from recent production on which the breech face counter bore depth was not within manufacturing specification. In those firearms, the lack of depth may allow the bolt, upon closing, to crush the rim of the case, causing the round to fire, cycling the bolt, and potentially resulting in multiple discharges without depressing the trigger. We are asking consumers of all M&P15-22 firearms manufactured before February 1, 2019 to inspect their firearms bolts for this condition. STOP USING YOUR FIREARM UNTIL IT HAS BEEN INSPECTED AND YOUR BOLT REPLACED (IF NECESSARY). To determine whether your firearm is affected by this condition, please inspect your firearm by following the inspection instructions provided at MP15-22SafetyAlert.com.
  7. Each town handles their references differently it seems. Not sure what's going to change with that with the new online system .. not sure if that now comes out of the hands of the local PD or not, but my PD gives me the two blank forms with a stamped case number on them, tying them to my permit request, its then up to me to go get them filled out by my references and dropped back off.
  8. I have a golden rod in my safe, but my safe is in the basement. Does a good job as far as i can see. I have a SafeAlert monitor inside that among other things watches the humidity as well. I've never had any issue with high humidity through the summer... I do deal with low humidity a bit in the winter though. My Basement is not completely climate controlled but also not subject to the wide range of temperatures a garage could be subjected to. In the warmer months my basement room that the safe is will range from 65 to 80 degrees and in the cooler months 50 to 75 degrees. Cant say how a goldenrod would do if the ambient temps were 20 to 40 or below.
  9. nice feature, thanks Mak. Need to add ANJRPC / Cherry Ridge though
  10. The NSA has hacks and backdoors into just about everything hardware and software alike.
  11. Anyone who has ever had blood work go through any lab has their dna in a DB. Its just whether or not somewhere along the line you gave permission at which point the "regular folks" and more local authorities can put a name to the DNA. But big brother has all that info behind the curtains anyway. im not saying its legal .. but anyone who thinks the government doesn't collect info like this and other data behind the scenes to be data mined is fooling themselves.
  12. Oh Boy .. Murphy, Grewal and the rest of their cronies are sure to get their panties in a twist over this lol It will anarchy in the streets! http://963theblaze.com/diy-micro-hunting-rifle/
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