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    Today, 08:47 AM
    When I was working there, my family and I lived in Tupelo. From door to door to the club was 93 miles. I would rather have castrated myself with a butter knife than had my children close to there.
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    06-24-2016, 12:25 PM
    Yeah. I'm not looking into doing anything that would get me an all expense paid vacation....lol. It is simply the tax stamp to own one, correct? I know where one is for a LOT less than people pay (I was offered the friendship rate), but supposedly they only work on the old Colt bolt carriers, unless you want to do surgery on a newer style bolt carrier. But that can lead to timing issues? I know it disables any type of fire but full, but I own enough ARs where a dedicated one would not hurt me in the least bit. But I'm also understanding it is a fast track to cracking a lower with today's builds.
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    06-23-2016, 02:44 PM
    For all my fellow sci-fi geeks and gun nerds!
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    06-23-2016, 02:38 PM
    When I took hunter's safety in the 7th grade, part of that course was taught by a local doctor. Mainly, telling stories of hunting accident wounds he'd seen, meant to drive home the need to be aware and safe with a firearm. I don't see anything wrong with a local family doctor stressing firearm safety. But, demanding to know if you have firearms is another subject entirely.
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    06-23-2016, 02:29 PM
    I want to limit this conversation to compatibility only. All other reasons are not relative to my question. Is getting a LL simply going to lead to even more purchases and machine work?
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    06-22-2016, 08:47 PM
    You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to GunnyFreedom again. I just to want say that I am not what one would call a jealous person. That said, I'm jealous....lol Very nice weapon, brother. I wish I knew enough about optics to offer advice, but I am on record about my woeful knowledge concerning them. I am, however, reading with interest.
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    06-22-2016, 04:32 PM
    Should have seen Memphis when the Banditos, the Iron Horseman, and Danny Owens were all going at it. Memphis.....where only the retarded roam at night without a pistol under their belt.
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    06-19-2016, 11:38 AM
    And this is why you NEVER involve a woman in any dealings you got going on that you don't want known. Well, a woman your putting your penis in. Same goes vice versa for the ladies, but "tattling" about something illegal you did, that also involved us (the man)? No worries...that will stay quiet. And it's not just the worry of one vindictive moment that demands a strict no involvement policy. If it's someone you truly care for (spouse, friend, family member, whatever), the greatest gift you can give them is the ability to honestly say in court, "Your honor....I had no idea". Several times when I owned the club here in Dothan, I wouldn't tell my wife how I handled something. And she would be stomping mad for an easy week. Now, that it's been a few years since we sold it, I've told her some of those things now. And ironically, her reply is always,"Thank God I didn't know that". Not that I was doing crazy and illegal things, mind you. But an adult bar is a very easy route to RICO charges if not carefully ran, because remember, if you profit one dollar from someone who works for you, and that money was gained illegally, you are now part of an organized crime ring per the RICO statues. So, I learned over the years how to stop a problem by using it against itself, with me acting in an consulting role. I never involved the police. Not to sound as if I'm defending the cop, because I'm not. But if / when they charge him, I hope they charge blabber mouth also.
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    06-17-2016, 04:07 PM
    No. If she had any kind of case for wrongful termination, that would have immediately settled. Ask anyone in the world who works in, or with human resources, and you'll find that is standing protocol. Hell, one of the reasons you have to be careful with sexual harassment is it is common practice to settle, as well as terminate the person accused....even if they are obviously innocent. You say fight fire with fire. I agree, and stated, it's possible. But it's also possible, and more likely given the timeline of events, that she wants her money.
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    06-17-2016, 03:51 PM
    Have you ever been to Asia? I ask because my time in Korea showed me one thing. Their entire economy was built around two things: 1) Rice 2) Pirated clothes, electronics, jewelry, sunglasses, ect. Not being a smart ass. But I am unaware of many Chinese breakthroughs (speaking to modern times, of course), and in all my dealings with Chinese manufacturers, our relationship was based on them being able to produce popular goods in America at a fraction of the cost. Remember those $6000 massage chairs at places like Sharper Image? I made a KILLING off of imported ones, with real leather, that looked and performed as well as the US models, selling mine for $900. I bought them at $400 per. I couldn't keep enough containers on the water to keep up. In other words, I've abused the system for profit myself, so I'm not taking any semblance of a high road here. The bigger point is, the only place I ever found really well manufactured and innovative were certain European companies (excluding the US, as I was looking for better pricing to open the doors for volume, or quality and innovation not readily available in the states), but Americans prefer saving a few bucks as opposed to investing in something that will last a lifetime. I never found anything in Asian nations that would be unique, and originated from there, outside of cultural items.
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    06-17-2016, 03:36 PM
    I really think you might want to mind the IQ statements if you think some people don't just snap under enough pressure. I am the first one to advise against brain fornicators, but that doesn't mean there aren't some valid issues within their field. I'm speaking to ones that can be traced to chemical imbalance mainly. But every once and awhile, someone will have a mental meltdown given the proper pressures in their life. You dispute that? And you do realize (with the exception of #3, which I stated is my personal belief based on experience) that all that "spin" and "double speak" is nothing than a breakdown of the facts YOU linked to, without the OP link commentary? You sure you want to go down this road with me? Because in no way have I advocated the official 9/11 story, but rather made a point that this woman is a piss poor source for such arguments. Know why? Because she is fucking crazy. Or she is vindictive, and wants money. Either choice makes her a foolish post to hang your hat on.
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    06-17-2016, 02:24 PM
    You'd be surprised at how effective you can use FB and advertisement to make money, and generate sales (if I'm understanding you correctly). I have a friend whom I won't name, and will explain why shortly) who makes HIGH 6 figures yearly with a FB page and a U-Store-It building. That money doesn't include what he makes charging companies to promote traffic to their websites and FB pages, which is a good amount as well, because he produces results. The reason I won't get into who he is, is due to love of getting over on people. He likes to travel, but hates having to pay for something he can get for free with. He runs a missionary outreach. And don't get me wrong, he does do mission stuff, his "calling" always winds up being to somewhere he wants to go to. And while technically he's not defrauding anyone, he's not exactly on a holy mission either.
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    06-17-2016, 01:56 PM
    Is it just me, or does the OP article make it easy for someone to say the semi-auto AR platform to be considered an assault rifle? The only actual difference I see (based on technical definitions) is the lack of select fire. More so with the advent of 3D printers, doesn't it make the argument of ease of conversion even more usable? Don't get me wrong, I am confident people that frequent this subforum know my position on firearms. But, looking at that article objectively, I could make a good argument against the AR platform. I don't think that, but if I could, then I think someone vehemently opposed to firearms really could. Also, fully understand the distaste of the term "assault rifle". But that is something I avoid as well when debating anti-gun people. Because anyone with some basic knowledge of history is just going to say that it's the general term based on the name for the German Sturmgewehr 44, which literally translates to Assault Rifle 44. A rifle built around an intermediate cartridge in a select fire weapon to facilitate both close quarters and long range combat in one weapon system. Technically, correct. It's just to trivial a point to make at the risk of having them breakdown the history of the intermediate round select fire rifle. Because all that people are going to see who are undecided on the subject is an apparent lack of knowledge regarding facts from you. Which means after that, no matter what you say, they are going to doubt every other point you make as being opinion, and the anti-gun person's arguments grounded in facts. More so if they start prancing cherry picked official data and reports after that.
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    06-17-2016, 01:31 PM
    I would be hard pressed not to justify having her nabbed, taken to a 3rd world country, and forcefully sterilized if her relationship with my son continued.
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    06-17-2016, 01:19 PM
    I had to stop. I've never heard such a complete lack of understanding of basic things like gravity, weather patterns, inertia. I could go on.... Please, tell me you're trolling over a good laugh with this.
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    06-17-2016, 01:08 PM
    Funny story regarding the Pearl, MS kid. My sister's philosophy class (private school) went to visit the Parchmant pen while discussing capital punishment (even though it's not in use anymore, the old electric chair sits in one ofthe yards to remind certain prisoners how it could have been), modern incarceration, and ways prisons rehabilitate as well as stay as self sufficient as possible. They call Parchment "The Farm" because prisoners work adjacent fields that supplies food tothe prison. This is both agriculture as well as livestock. Believe it or not, a lot of them like it, as the quality of what they eat is on a much higher standard than mot other places. Anyways..... While touring one of the "pods", they saw that kid who tried the Pearl, MS shooting. He was wearing a dress made out of a pillowcase, and wearing lipstick made from cherry Kool Aid. Apparently, prisoners have mommas and kids that go to school as well, and wanted him to know that.
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    06-17-2016, 01:00 PM
    I think the point they are trying to make is gun free zones allow severe escalation. While studies may not indicate location as motive (easy targets), the amount of "success" these types of shooters have increases greatly when in gun free areas.
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    06-17-2016, 12:54 PM
    I'm with you, and at the same time I'm not with you. I know...that makes a lot of sense. I understand your premise, and agree to a point. Please know I not really arguing in the following, but rather thinking out loud trying to grasp the entire concept. By all means, please feel free to correct, explain wrong conception, and educate me. I saw another thread in a subforum that ties into this. Natural law all stems, basically, from property rights. The ownership of our bodies, our land, our mind, god, ect. From that mindset, is not intellectual property something for the originator to do with as they please? If I work for 10 years, and compose both music and lyrics for a song that crosss genre lines, racial lines, the whole ball, am I wrong to declare rights to royalty from any other artist that wants to record it? I say record, because now they are profiting off of my work. I don't see why someone should care if people cover their song on stage, that's free publicity to a crowd that may have been unavailable to me before. But if they put it on their album, and release it as a single, shouldn't they be required to at least pay royalty fees (after getting permission)? I understand many times these lawsuits are really reaching, but sometimes it's just blatant. As I said earlier, there are only 12 notes in music, so it's not hard to find similar progressions in many songs. But a good example was Vanilla Ice's "Ice Ice Baby" (you know you just started humming it. don't lie). It was a blatant ripoff from Queen's "Under Pressure", no permission was sought, ect. Their defense was, "It's not the same hook. The last note is an octave lower". It still followed the exact same pattern, just simply went a tad lower on the last note. Do you feel the same way regarding patents? If not, why? Aren't they both the fruit of someone's vision and work?
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    06-17-2016, 12:30 PM
    If someone answered the reason, it was above my head and I need "idiot explanations"....lol But right off hand, I'd say they want real world data on fires in a space vehicle in orbit. Which makes sense with the planning for moon and Mars missions. Understand the physics of the possible problem, and how best to plan procedure for dealing with it. Because while there have been fires before (wasn't there an electrical fire not long ago on the space station?) that were dealt with, maybe they are updating process. Or looking for certain condition that will apply to a new design?
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    06-17-2016, 12:25 PM
    I've been putting off reading the released content, as I know I'll just wind up pissed at the world. But I guess I need to have a gander. Thanks for posting.
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    06-16-2016, 09:37 PM
    I'm hip, BUT....... Let's look at the facts. 1) She claims she authored a report someone else was given credit for. Possible, but also no evidence. Also possible she had little to no impact with said report. 2) She starts raising hell about it for 3 years. Possibly just, possibly feeling slighted and under appreciated (which I have seen RAMPANT with employees who can be replaced in 15 minutes. How many times a day do you think people tell themselves,"This place can't run without me!"?) for no justifiable reason. Also very possible she simply simply doesn't know how to play the corporate game, and can't understand this as to deal with lack of promotion.I know it sucks, but it's a fact of life. 3) The part that I feel in my gut, and the part not listed in her story (and am confident anyone here who has worked in a supervisory position an atest), is that her constant bickering was deemed cause for a hostile work environment, was most likely warned of termination if continued by HR, which it was, which lead to termination. This is a termination that can lead to fire with cause, meaning no benefits, including unemployment.
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    06-16-2016, 09:01 PM
    LOL Anyone else get a -rep and this lovely moniker...."totalitarian statist troll"? I'm pretty sure I never dismissed the premise of what she said. What I said was SHE was a loon. There is credible, there is probable, and then is insane. She is insane. Regardless of what tests she passed 30 years ago, who knows what events, experiences, or gentic monsters in her DNA were and are lurking? There are too many crediblle sources, with cooboration and verified witnesses to be passing this crazy chick around.
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    06-16-2016, 03:03 PM
    With only 12 base notes....you'd think there be a lot more of these
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    06-16-2016, 09:24 AM
    Sigh. I drive an F-250 King Ranch, 2013 (6.7 ltr Turbo Diesel) . Granted, it is a "luxury" truck, but to me it's still just my "pick up truck". For what it cost, I could have bought one hell of a sports car.
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    06-15-2016, 04:18 PM
    LOL This has been going on with the military regardless of deployment location, even stateside. If you frequent pawn shops around any military post, you'll find kevlars, NVGs, all kinds of things. When I was in Korea, while in the feild a soldier reported he had lost his NVGs while on night maneuvers. Those are a highly controlled item, and the entire company was told no one slet or ate until they were found. We spent almost 36 hours on police call looking for them, until someone motivated him to tell the truth. He had hid them, hoping to sneak them home. This is not a war problem. This is a human nature problem. More so with modern forces considering how bad they lowered the standards for enlistment in the early 2000s. A lot of those scumbags they let in have moved up in the ranks.
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    06-14-2016, 08:48 PM
    Again, supposedly, a policy they are discussing is any purchase of 10 or more boxes of ammo they consider "assault rifle ammo" will require giving them personal information which they plan to keep in a data base. I liked to buy ammo from them as well, but they have lost my business.
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    06-14-2016, 08:41 PM
    Supposedly, Academy (Big box sporting goods store) has pulled ARs from shelves nation wide, swearing never to sell them again. I can confirm this in my area (Dothan, AL), as all ARs were gone from shelves. I went to Gander Mountain to check with them, and they still have them. I went ahead and bought another Bushmaster and a Smith and Wesson M&P (been wanting one anyway). Any one else can confirm this in their area? Or with other big box stores?
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    06-14-2016, 02:02 PM
    This woman is a loon. If she is right about anything, it is pure luck. She reeks of someone delusional, who has been taken advantage of by someone else with an agenda, whether right or wrong.
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    06-14-2016, 12:37 PM
    We'll try to talk at first. First time politely. Second time pissed off. Third time, dead dogs. Not many rednecks are keen on cops. Hell, game wardens would not come on our land. Hillbillys.....they just assume right off the bat that you had a "fuck your family" attitude the first time, and react accordingly.
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    06-14-2016, 12:32 PM
    Good advice on the .410, thanks. Yes, the Judge and the Ragin' Judge Ultra-Lite shoot the .45LC and the .410. I like the looks of the Ragin' Ultra-Lite more. Now, the Ragin' Judge shoots .410, .45LC, and .454 Casull. But it is just such a huge freaking handgun. The Ultra-lite is comprable in size to my S&W 686 6". Edit: Yeah...I love the A5. I own the Light Twelve, the Sweet Sixteen, and the Light Twenty. All Belgium made, all made in early 60s. Round humps. I'm getting ready to start on my Browning rifle collection next, then on to the hard to find and expensive B80s.
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