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  1. 14 points
    Well it's finally done. I finally got moved to my new home. I now live in Gordonsville Tennessee and back in the country again after 20 years of city life. I forgot what it was like to need something from the store living in the country. It's not a 10 minute trip to grab a few things anymore. The nearest stores are about 12 to 15 miles away. So now I need to get back in the habit of when I go to the store I need to stock up instead of just grabbing a few things. I also am now living in a house I could have put my last house in the living room of. It's a journey just to make it to the coffee pot first thing in the morning!! The kitchen is also huge. Master bedroom is as big as both of the bedrooms in the old house. I have put all of my furniture in the rooms and they still look empty. Getting TV reception is an adventure also. I'm shopping a new antenna this coming week. Need something with more than a 50 mile range on it. Tommy said they are bringing Fiber-Optics lines down this road in about 2 months and I am sure hoping Spectrum is one of the servers on it. If it is I will be getting TV and Internet as son as they can hook me up. Tommy (SIL) says he just wants internet cause they don't watch enough TV to get it. Another thing is I have not got a good nights sleep since I have been here. Not use to it being so quiet at night. Oh well just wanted to bring folks up to date on whats going on in my life..................
  2. 11 points
    I saw this on the way to the Mennonite store this morning and thought I'd share.
  3. 11 points
    So then it’s not about safety, it’s about revenue.
  4. 9 points
    You are not justified in the use of deadly force to protect property. If someone threatens you with a gun you are no longer protecting property; you are protecting your life. The fact they have a gun means nothing; unless they use it or threaten you with it. My own personal test for the use of deadly force is very simple and would, I think, apply to most states. The use of deadly force would be justified if a reasonable person would believe they were in immediate danger of death or great bodily harm. Keep in mind that what a “reasonable person” believes doesn’t mean anyone cares what you were thinking; they don’t. It means a jury will decide if they thought what you did was reasonable to them. You can’t shoot someone and know you won’t kill them; so that is not addressed in the law. Shooting them assumes deadly force. Part of taking care of your family means staying out of prison and not financially bankrupting your family with a criminal trial. You probably don’t own any property that is worth risking that. Now having said that let me add this… I was a Police Officer in a time where we could shoot people committing or fleeing forcible felonies. Those times are past and you, nor the Police can do that anymore. We need that changed back. Our laws need to protect the victim; not the offender.
  5. 8 points
    This am, I ordered a new gun I've been wanting for a while. Walther PPS M2 RSMc 9mm. Has a Shield red dot sight with 4MOA dot. Should be here Thurs. or Fri. Anxious to say the least. Got zeroing to do. Sights co-witness with the iron sights, if needed. The dot stays on all the time & adjusts for light. We'll see how it goes, will take some getting used to. My old eyes, and tri-focal glasses, will, I think work better than with iron sights. Ordered from Lebanon Gun Shop, on Hartman Dr.
  6. 7 points
  7. 7 points
    Okay, I’ve gotten some time to come up for air. I’ve reread everything here and will offer a few thoughts. Upfront, there will certainly be folks who disagree with me. Take these thoughts for what they are, and maybe use them to process your own church’s response. It sounds like you’ve got a good engaged leadership. First, this is absolutely Kingdom work. Scripture is concerned with three types of people over and over again - the sojourner, the widow, and the orphan. You might argue that a young drug addict doesn’t fall into any of these categories. But, he’s clearly an “other” who society has little use for. Jesus would see this young man and engage with him. This young man is Jesus’s kind of person. Second, working with folks like this is a long effort. It’s dirty. It’s personal. It can be life changing - for the people doing the work as well as the person being helped. When you decide to help - it will change the way that you see things. Things are rarely as simple as we like to try to see them. And working with folks with needs like these will change the way you see things. We’re a small church (150 on a good Sunday) and have worked regularly with 3 or 4 folks who’ve struggled with addiction and homelessness for years now - literally 8 years in a couple of the cases. There are rarely any clean breaks. We work towards that - but there are definitely systemic issues that make it tough. Be prepared for the long haul. Third, there are going to be some people who will be quite vocal in opposing working with this young man. The way I think about this is sort of like this - if this is Kingdom work - it’s very much at the border of the Kingdom. We’ve built our comfortable suburban churches to be at what we see as the center of the Kingdom. So, we rarely have to get our hands dirty if we don’t want to - and a lot of us don’t want to - so we’re really uncomfortable with it when we experience it. Think of a person who’s only ever bought meat neatly shrink wrapped at the grocery store suddenly having to slaughter their own meat. Many really aren’t going to like it. —- File this next part under the thoughts of a church of Christ guy who is deeply skeptical of some of the ways we’ve organized our churches today. What I’m about to say is likely to offend a lot of folks. Feel free to skip ahead. I’m deeply skeptical of the “security teams” that we’re organizing in a lot of our churches. We’ve organized these suburban churches that give us these curated experiences that make us feel good about our personal relationships with Jesus. But, do we see the Gospel in our churches? if we’re not careful - the illusion of security in our churches can become idolatrous. I think we really need to struggle with this more than we do. To go back to my Kingdom language from earlier, I think we see ourselves as being close to the center of the Kingdom. But, in reality we’ve created these cloistered, walled off churches and don’t realize that we’re way more isolated than we think we are. Jesus referred to folks like this as whitewashed tombs once upon a time - and I think It’s probably worth holding up mirror every now and then and taking a good hard look. The irony of it is, we don’t realize it - but we’re not fully experiencing the Kingdom either. There’s a rich seven course meal waiting, but we’ve convinced ourselves that the stale sandwiches we’re eating are as good as it gets. This young man is isolated in ways that are public. But, what we don’t realize is that a lot of us experience isolation in ways that are just as debilitating - but we suffer in private. One of the things that we’ve lost in the modern Western church is that historically there was no idea of personal salvation. Redemption and salvation was delivered through community. I’d offer for thought that by leaving our comfort and heading to the borders of the Kingdom, we might find that salvation comes to us all. Happy to discuss this further out of this thread. —- Back to this young man, I’d offer some pragmatic thoughts. 1. Let your safety team operate as sort of “congregational concierges.” I think we see shootings and want to see the outsider as an opposition force. But, in the Kingdom, everyone is welcome. This young man may in fact go to the front of the line at the proverbial wedding banquet. We need people on these teams who default to being welcome and generous. 2. This young man may not be in a place where he’s ready to accept help. He may not know that he needs help. But, if we figure that God brings people though our doors for a reason - then we need to see him and invite him into the Kingdom. 3. But, it’s okay to set some ground rules. Sort of a framework like - we’re happy to help - but you can’t be high at services. You cannot ask members for money. Appoint a point of contact (maybe a deacon) and funnel through that person. 4. Think about other resources in your congregation who might be able to help. For instance, you might have folks who would never volunteer for a “safety team” - but who work in other helpful spaces. In our church, we have nurses, a mental health resource, people who work in non profits in housing, and social workers. The value that they bring to the table is infinite. And, it’s great to see them use their professional talents for the Kingdom. 5. Consider outside help. We put something in place a while back where we basically subsidize counseling for our members. Specifically, any member of our church can go to counseling for $5 per session - which basically rounds to free. We pay $70 as a church to make up the difference. I see both the bills and the uptake in our church - and from a pastoral perspective, this is probably the best money we spend in a given year. You’re in middle Tennessee - so I could put you in touch with resources that could set something like this up. 6. Scaffold your help. This is a long effort and there is some fatigue that can go along with it. Have that point person or persons - but check in regularly and have your elders keep up with what’s going on. 7. Work towards reconciliation. This young man needs healing - and his family needs to be a part of it. He and they may not be ready for it - but it’s worth looping back on. 8. Know that the Holy Spirit certainly plays the long game and will work in ways that we cannot even fathom if we’ll just make room for it to happen. That was a long answer to your question - but know you’re doing Kingdom work. Certainly my prayers are with you. Happy to talk further if it’s helpful.
  8. 7 points
    It is demonic forces. No I am not kidding. Just look at some of the news headlines from around the state. Things like folks beating toddlers to death, starving them, men beating their pregnant wives or girlfriends and killing her and the unborn child. The devil and his demons at work. Look at some of the mugshot pictures and tell me they aren't possessed. Granted alcohol and drugs may be involved, but they look demonic to me.
  9. 6 points
    Happy 4th of July. As many here I am not ashamed of my love for this country and do not apologize for my show of patriotism. Have a great day. After reading about the anti-American controversy between the democrats and Trump, and then Nine Line and Nike/Kaepernick, I went to the nine line website. I think quoting their tenents and call to action on this day is appropriate. I also think I'll buy some T-shirts.
  10. 6 points
    Thank you for looking at my ad! I have for sale my Colt Gold Cup National Match purchased new by me in 1975 (for the sake of complete honesty; my memory is that I purchased this in 1975 but could have been late 1974 or very early 1976). The firearm has had less than 500 rounds fired and is in PERFECT condition. After the last time I took it to the range I had an expert gunsmith take it completely apart and clean/lubricate it. Since then it has been sitting in my safe unfired. If you've ever wanted to own a Gold Cup National Match you won't find a better example than mine. I'm selling for one reason, I'm in seminary (for those of you who know me you probably know I needed to do that!) and need the funds to continue...short of that I wouldn't even consider selling it. BBofGV places the value of this firearm at $2,200 - I'm asking $2,050 cash only and face-to-face transfer. SERIOUS inquires only, please. Sale includes a soft case and the original magazines. I've added pictures but if there are any specific pictures you would like to see just let me know. Thank you!!!
  11. 6 points
    I only picked enough for 4 pints...but these are my first canned of this season! Spicy little devils... they're cooling off now. Gonna be good in about 4 weeks.
  12. 5 points
    I don't know anyone who would send you copies of their DL or HCP. LOL
  13. 5 points
  14. 5 points
    The state of NJ needs a high pressure Hoppe's No. 9 enema.
  15. 5 points
    The whole zombie thing has always been a metaphor for a sudden collapse of civilization and finding yourself on your own, forced to fight to survive. While the zombie threat may be fiction, it does make people think about what could happen in our society if the S was to ever HTF. Zombies aren't real. But everyday we are surrounded by the mindless masses who would very dangerously panic in a real crisis.
  16. 5 points
    I hand you cash and you hand me the gun. That is how it's done in Tennessee.
  17. 5 points
    As much as we joke about earthquakes hitting California and it sliding off into the Pacific, I would be happy if they never suffered another one. Every time there’s an earthquake in California someone decides to move East. I don’t want them to move East, I want them to stay right where they are.
  18. 5 points
    HAPPY 4TH from my piece of rock
  19. 5 points
    Made from 3/16" thick 1084 carbon steel. Designed by the owner....black oxide finish with sculpted G10 handles.
  20. 5 points
    When the government shut down the housing projects and began the gentrification of downtown they gave the former residents of the projects vouchers and relocated them all over Shelby County. Every neighborhood in Shelby County can be reached in 15-20 minutes via I240, I40 and 385. In some cases these clowns are getting into altercations, fleeing towards home via the interstate system, the shootings usually occur during the chase. In other cases, it’s just stupidity and road rage. I’ve been to a lot of places, but I’ve never seen anything like Memphis where the slightest perception of disrespect for the most minor infraction can send a bullet flying in your direction. It’s a mental illness. They don’t consider the repercussions until after they’ve been caught and held accountable for their actions. Street credibility is king in Memphis. As for the loss of innocent lives, they’ll apologize to your family while being lead out of courtroom to prison. It’s summer, so with all of the college kids back home I expect more of the same. That’s another whole story unto itself, the hood rats and gangs versus the kids who choose to attend college or join the military.
  21. 5 points
    Well shoot. I just renewed my DL back in April. Its extremely rare for me to fly. Then again, if I was to decide to take a trip somewhere, I guess I'd have to get a new DL as part of the planning process. I don't have a passport either. I rarely go anywhere I can't drive to. I guess I'll deal with it when I have to. And all this because the feds have messed things up so bad that we now have to prove we're U.S. citizens. "Papers Please".
  22. 5 points
    I had to work this past weekend so just catching up. It looks like everyone is staying busy and doing quite well! Interesting concept Jon! Thank you for the vid. I might give this a shot. Much obliged my friend. Those are beautiful flower @Ronald_55! Healthy looking plants! Welcome @I40Bandit! Awesome blueberries and peppers! We're going pepper heavy this year as well and actually plan to cut and pickle some peppers this afternoon. We planted El Jefe and Jalafuego peppers (seeds from Johnny's) this year. They are supposed to be pretty hot...not Ghost pepper hot, but spicy Jalapeno type hot....we're hoping. I "re-purposed" an old picnic table we got for free about a dozen years ago into a deep "Herb bed" type raised bed per the boss'lady's instruction. It's about 6 foot long and deep enough it took 12 bags of garden soil and 2 bags of Moo-Nure to fill it. I transplanted the rosemary (that just won't die...) from last year into it and of course added another tomato plant just 'cause. But what I'm really interested in is planting some Harlequin mix carrots this fall. We've grown them before and they are Tasty and produced well. Pretty cool having blue, purple, and yellow carrots too! Our cukes are growing like mad and competing for space. That's always an issue with raised beds I reckon LOL. But they are loaded with blooms and setting cukes like crazy. Guess we'll be making some Kosher dills as well. I definitely need to put in another 8 foot bed... Our 2 little fig trees are loaded with fruit. I'll probably need to toss a net over them (again) if I plan to eat any of 'em...the birds love them! Unfortunately...
  23. 5 points
    I refuse to let violent murderers change how I act and where I go. I also refuse to drag a bunch of stuff around with me in case something happens. If that causes my death; so be it. Granted, the world is a dangerous place; but if you are always fearful you will miss a lot of living. But that’s just me, everyone has to do what they are ready to take responsibility for. Because you are the only one responsible for your safety.
  24. 4 points
    If you answered no, you could always go with this...
  25. 4 points
    My guess is he's working a deal and rolling over on everybody he knows connected to his charges. LE wants the big fish. My advice is to stay as far away from this as you can. Nothing good will come from your curiosity.
  26. 4 points
    Good advice, but also dont forget that God gave you eyes to see and a brain to think with...
  27. 4 points
    I am giddy. Working as hard as I can to get my dedicated climate controlled reloading space up a working.... without dying in the friggin heat! Here's a 3D model of my plan. The A frame looking things are press mounts. They will be made of Maple ply (will stain) and patterned from this guys mount: https://rickaverill.com/projects-past-and-present/dillon-rl-550b-mount/ Instead of hard mounting direct to the bench, I am using tee nut inserts (screw mount, not the 3 pokey prong style), like this guy did: https://www.flickr.com/photos/93396776@N06/albums/72157663547333758/with/27602044619/ That way the presses and smaller tools (case trimmer, manual charge thrower etc) can easily be removed leaving the bench free and clear of semi permanent obstructions for cleaning/smithing etc. The bench has an underlay of OSB and will have a white Melamine top with fascia caps boards around the perimeter. They will sit about 1/4" above the working surface to stop rolling things (cases, projectiles etc) from bailing off.
  28. 4 points
    For sale is a FNX 45 Tactical in near mint condition. Comes with 3 - 15 round mags, back straps, and case, and all original paperwork. The slide was just cerakoted in Elite Jungle and barrel finished in polished TiN. The firearm has a Trijicon RM06 3.25 MOA installed. $1100 with RMR, $900 without RMR. Please DM with any questions.
  29. 4 points
    Send it back to Sig. They'll fix it. Mine has been dead-nuts reliable, but obviously they had problems with early production runs. I've had problems with Smith and Wesson M&Ps, Glocks, Kimbers, Remingtons... you name it. These are mechanical things made by people. You're going to have problems sooner or later if you buy enough and shoot enough. The measure of quality is whether the manufacturer stands behind it and fixes whatever the issue was.
  30. 4 points
    I know some of you could care less where your guns are made; but many of us do; this discussion is for those members. Buy American, Hire American, America First. More and more we see guns in the bottom feeder category that are American Made. Lets face it, until the last few years the only decent American Made gun that is low cost and wasn’t (arguably) junk was the Hi Point. We have come a long way. The thread about the Stoger and the Canik (both made in Turkey) being under $300 made me think that we have better options for less money; even American Made options. So if you like to buy cheap guns, and want to buy American; now is a good time. Even prices on some of the top quality, best sellers in the Industry have dropped. The SCCY CPX we routinely see selling below $200. It’s currently made in Florida with the company in the process of moving to Tennessee. And it gets good reviews Kel-Tec PF-9 right at $200 and the P-11 just over, and made here. Diamondback at just over $200. New models like the Remington R51 (brought back after a bad start) at just over $200 and the Mossberg MC1SC at around $300; we shall see. Ruger EC9 at around $250 and Security 9 and SR9 at $300. MOSSBERG MC1SC at $300; we shall see. All the Highpoints at around $175. They have a big following… bless their heart. And even Smith & Wesson Shields at $250 and Full Size models dropping below $300!! Proven performers.
  31. 4 points
    I thoroughly enjoyed it and have subscribed. I’m currently listening to “situational awareness”. A few takeaways for the church security podcast that I will bring up: •Tag system for nursery. Apparently we’ve tried it before but I believe it wasn’t implemented properly. •Is our church willing to invest in the team’s training? •Lanyards for team visibility. •Addressing the level of commitment from team members. I have full faith that everyone on our team “cares” but do they care enough to seek training and really strive to provide a top level of safety. •Limit openings to what is needed to fill and empty the church. He used an inhale/exhale analogy. •Dealing with the “we’ve always done it this way” mentality. This will be tough but I think with well presented data this is easily overcome. Emotions and tradition are a tough nut to crack though. There’s more but I’ll probably revisit after I’ve had a conversation with our pastor and my FBI friend this evening about all of this. Lot’s of good info there though that has hooked me to future listening. Between that and Joe Rogan I’m set for life with listening material.
  32. 4 points
    No bill of sale is required. Some of us do it because we want to. You are required to know that the person is a resident of this state and of age. Since you have no way of doing a background check the requirement is that you can’t sell to them if you know, or should have known the person is prohibited from purchasing. I require a bill of sale, I don't require an HCP. It is a simple BOS with both our names, a phone number, and a statement that you are not a prohibited person, it doesn’t even have an address. I have it to cover my butt if someone I sell to is lying. I also have a C&R, so I can’t sell to anyone under 21. You always need to make it clear in the ad if you are going to require a BOS; some will not buy from you if you require that. I require a simple BOS, but that BOS you linked is ridiculous. You aren’t getting all that information from me; you don’t need it.
  33. 4 points
    I love California. It’s a beautiful state with pretty much every type of terrain all within just a few hours of you, wherever you are in the state. It’s the voters that are the problem.
  34. 4 points
    I'd tell them to use the money they haven't paid back for the cancelled high speed rail system
  35. 4 points
    Just ordered one. Thanks for the heads up!
  36. 4 points
    Don't mean to rain on this parade but good God what are they thinking? The only thing worse than a falling down sleepy drunk is a wide awake falling down drunk! Of course I may be a little biased as I frequently draw legal blood alcohols, before 0900, in our ER, for local LEO's. Frequently...all too frequently. So please...if you are gonna combine alcohol and coffee...Stay you A** at home. This has been a PSA from your local ER RN that has no ill will towards PBR.
  37. 4 points
    This guy is talented! Very pleased with my purchase!
  38. 4 points
    GT is very good at making knifes, here are mine, the Dager on the left is not a GT knife. 4 are not in this pic, giving away as gifts.
  39. 4 points
    We are fortunate to have him here. I believe he substantially prices his work too low.
  40. 4 points
    Jeb, thank you for keeping this thread up. It's a lot of fun to see these old photos.
  41. 4 points
  42. 4 points
    Anyone who seeks out or accepts an SRO position needs to know and understand that it is the one job in LE that nobody cares whether or not you survive if the worst happens. The survivability of an SRO is literally at the bottom of the list of concerns in a school attack. If the SRO dies, folks will mourn and laud their actions, but it will be considered an acceptable and worthy sacrifice. The primary job of the SRO in this day and age is to protect the kids by stopping an attacker. If the SRO has to die in furtherance of that end, so be it. It’s not the semi-retirement gig for Officer Friendly anymore. I think that needs to be made explicitly clear to folks before they accept the assignment. While my words are blunt, and my critical views on policing are not a secret, I hope y’all see that my words are not born of malice towards LE, but of belief in what the primary mission of the SRO position has become. To harden a target, you need hard men. Anyone who chooses to fill that role with the understanding of what the job really and willingness to do it, has my utmost respect.
  43. 4 points
    Do it Rob... just because you can! I picked up a pair of LCR's this year (Thanks TGO!). One in .22 and the other a .38. I love 'em. As a matter of fact I'm about to head over to SPB Range and shoot them. They are very light, yet very easy to shoot and about 500 rounds into the .22 I've yet to have a misfire or failure to ignite. I've been shooting vintage and current Federal bulk pack, Mimi-Mags, and CCI Stingers. The .38 is riding in a JMCK appendix as I type this. Very comfortable and concealable. Both they ride equally well in the pair of Aholster pocket holsters I own for my J-Frame 640. I've been a S&W snubbie fan a long, long time. Still am...but I only wish I'd tried LCR's sooner.
  44. 4 points
    I say let them go. I wish all the people who have supported the NRA over the years would "switch" to either the GOA or SAF, but I know that will not happen. Truthfully, the only thing that saddens me is that the left will consider it a huge victory and even take credit for the "failure of the NRA". Really though, it looks like the NRA has nobody to blame but themselves.
  45. 4 points
  46. 4 points
    Well some of my potatoes are blooming. A little crowded, but hopefully will produce a good bit. I forgot how pretty the blooms are.
  47. 4 points
    I always wanted a cowboy gun for my collection. A buddy of mine, retired marine, said his eye sight wouldn't allow him to see the sights good any more. He had a Uberti Cattleman 45LC in stainless., What a nice gun. When you cannot afford or find a Colt Peacemaker, Uberti makes fantastic arms. In any event, I bought it from him. I already had a Uberti Yellow Boy Lever action, also in 45LC... The rifle is beautiful. Wood is excellent and brass is like gold. Which brings me to the point of this post. Uberti does not sell any pistol in stainless with brass features. But I wanted a lil brother for the rifle. So I started a project. Brass is beautiful but also a pain in the arse to keep from tarnishing and finger prints. I have a solution for that later. I decided to electroplate certain parts in Gold. Gold will not tarnish like brass. But all the look. Here are some of the steps... hope the pictures come out in logical order... (Did a few bullets too)... Broke down entire gun. Electroplating is fun. You can do it at home. This is not your KMart gold dip. You are actually electroplating via electric. Table top kits are avail for different finishes....Only caveat is certain metals will only stick to certain surfaces. Gold happens to stick onto stainless steel and a couple others. If you wanted to do copper, you'd have to plate another metal onto the gun that copper will stick too. If any of you are curious in taking on a project, check out Caswell Plating. They are NY State.... great people to deal with. https://www.caswellplating.com/ Oh, yea! If you never heard of it, Renaissance Wax or Ren Wax for short, stifles all tarnishing and makes wood look like a million bux. I believe it was created originally for museum pieces. A lil can goes a long way. It will reduce finger prints on brass and such and make grips and stocks luster. I did an experiment. I polished all my brass weapons. Knives, etc. They would tarnish quite rapidly if left unattended. After several months, went back to check and viola, no tarnish. Great stuff....
  48. 4 points
    I’m for hands free. I can’t stand seeing the people who drive around holding their phone like it’s a piece of pizza. That’s not any safer than holding it to your ear. Plus I can’t stand talking to someone on speaker. It sounds like you are in a cave. I also don’t like that LEO are exempt. I don’t think that they are any better at driving.
  49. 4 points
    Once again we are trying to legislate stupidity... Another race to the dimmest person out there. I want to see a law that says for every new law they have to eliminate 5 old ones. Or better, how about a law that says if it hasn't been cited in 5 years it is null and void.
  50. 4 points
    I have issues with it. It shouldn't be a law. But ultimately, it won't matter. It won't be enforced. Drivers will ignore it. Nothing will change.
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