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  1. Crap, I wish I did not buy that Canon Camera last week I've been looking for this for a while. This version is easy to dissemble and clean. Nice setup suppressor ready
  2. Nadler is out of touch and definitely has no clue what our law enforcement officers has. Revolver really? I just hope this drags on way pass mid-terms and losses steam. How can you pass a law that allows the govt to take your property without due process? I was born in the Philippines and now and American Citizen. I remember the then president Ferdianand Marcos declared Marial Law and declared "Surrender your all your guns within two weeks or FACE the DEATH penalty", Folks did and he became a dictator for more than 30 years, no one could opposed him and his justification was mass shootings.
  3. INSANE: Dem's Gun Control wish list released from negotiations... and EACH of you need to see this... This is what's being negotiated? we are in trouble.
  4. Here are the Senate Republicans who are backing the bipartisan gun reform legislation. They are NOT up for re-election this November 2022, and some are retiring. We need to contact our Senators and convince them to talk to these 10 Senators and RESIST!. Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) Cornyn was among the initial group of nine lawmakers who began discussing gun legislation after the mass shooting at a Uvalde, Texas, elementary school last month that left 19 students and two teachers dead. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) appointed Cornyn as the GOP’s lead negotiator in the talks. Sen. Thom Tillis (R-N.C.) Tillis also played an early role in the gun violence negotiations. He said he was not willing to support raising the age limit of purchasing AR-15–style rifles to 21 years of age, which is high on the Democratic wish list. Shortly after the Uvalde shooting, Tillis warned against blaming mass shootings on the proliferation of guns in America. Sen. Roy Blunt (R-Mo.) Blunt, who is retiring from his Senate seat at the end of this year, worked with Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich.) on mental health provisions in the framework package, such as national funding for mental health clinics that will provide 24/7 mental health crisis responses among other services. Rob Portman (R-Ohio) Portman recently told NBC affiliate WFMJ-TV that keeping firearms away from dangerous individuals and implementing safety measures at schools were his focuses in the talks. Portman also noted he doesn’t want to infringe on citizens who abide by gun laws. He also expressed interest in making juvenile records more accessible in systems used to prevent dangerous individuals from obtaining firearms. Richard Burr (R-N.C.) Burr, who is also retiring this year, has received nearly $7 million in donations from the NRA, according to data from Brady United, placing him second among GOP senators behind Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah). Asked about Democratic gun control proposals following the Uvalde shooting, Burr didn’t say specifically what he opposed or supported. “If somebody’s got a solution to this, by all means, let’s talk about it,” Burr said. “But nobody’s proposed that they’ve got one.” Mitt Romney (R-Utah) Romney, who received more than $13.5 million in donations from the NRA, said in a tweet after the Uvalde shooting that “we must find answers” to the issue. In a statement on Sunday, he said, “Families deserve to feel safe and secure in their communities.” “Proud to join my colleagues on this commonsense, bipartisan proposal that will save lives while also protecting the constitutional rights of law-abiding Americans. It deserves broad support.” Romney has regularly opposed Democratic-proposed gun control measures, though he said in 2018 that he was open to considering “more effective background checks.” Bill Cassidy (R-La.) Cassidy said he was open to discussion on gun reform legislation in the aftermath of the Uvalde school massacre. Among the initial group of nine lawmakers, Cassidy suggested that red flag laws and expanded background checks were not the right solution to the problem. “Senator Cassidy will always be an advocate for law-abiding citizens’ Second Amendment rights,” Cassidy’s spokesperson Ty Bofferding said in a statement to the Daily Advertiser last month. “Cassidy is open to conversations about solutions that will actually work to prevent these kinds of mass shootings. Unfortunately, expanded background checks or red flag laws, as Democrats are proposing as a solution, would not have prevented the tragedy in Texas.” Susan Collins (R-Maine) Collins previously said she would like to see red flag laws, which have already been enacted in her state of Maine, be part of the bipartisan proposal. “I believe that we should look at enacting a red flag law based on the one we have in Maine, which has due process rights and involves a medical professional in the decision,” she said last month. “I don’t know the details of the shooter, but it’s hard to believe he wasn’t mentally ill.” Collins also expressed her support for creating a process for keeping firearms away from those who suffer from mental health issues. “I really think our focus should be on looking at what the states have done, what some states have done on red flag or yellow flag laws,” she added. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) Graham has suggested that retired and former military members should provide armed security at schools, joining a chorus of GOP voices calling to “harden” schools against threats. “I will be working to create a certification process that allows former military members to go through school security training and become available to school districts throughout the country,” Graham said in a Twitter thread last month. “It is time to mobilize our retired and former service members who are willing to help secure our schools. Our schools are soft targets,” Graham added. “They contain our most valuable possession — our children, the future of our country — and must be protected.” Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) Hochul, Zeldin hold double-digit leads in NY governor primaries: poll José Andrés to open restaurant in former Trump DC hotel Toomey recently told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette that he wants to ensure background checks on all firearm sales. “I certainly remain committed to the idea of the principle of the policy of expanding background checks to cover all commercial sales,” Toomey said last month. “I would also point out that even though we fell short, I think it’s the only measure that had bipartisan support — probably the only one, or one of the few, that would have it now.” Toomey first introduced an expanded background check legislation alongside Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) in 2013 in response to the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre, but the bill failed to reach the 60-vote filibuster threshold.
  5. Among the gun provisions: 1) incentives for states to pass and implement red-flag laws to remove firearms from potentially dangerous people; -- Can they (govt) confiscate a lawfully acquired firearm(s) of a lawful U.S citizen from an anonymous tip from a jilted lover, disgruntled employee or I hate my neighbor, so I'll report him as mentally incapacitated? 2) stricter gun background checks for people between the ages of 18 and 21 to include a mandatory search of juvenile justice records; -- Does this include medical records as well? 3) and closing what is known as the “boyfriend loophole” to bar dating partners — not just spouses — from owning guns if they have been convicted of domestic violence. -- any ideas on how can this be enforced? federal gun registry? by doing random checks on everyone in the household? 4) billions of new federal dollars would go to mental health care and school security program - hope they use the unspent covid-19 money for this. wait, it might be all gone. I have a very bad feeling about this, I do hope if this passes at least we get Nationawide Concealed Carry Reciprocity and no tax on silencers
  6. so is a mistrial with prejudice still valid?
  7. John Wick 3: Gun Selection Scene | HD - YouTube May I suggest the 2011 Combat Master in Combination with a 9mm Major.... Please someone buy this already...
  8. hi there! I too have some hornady 150 gr FMJ/BT #3037 and some H110 powder. Anyone know if small magnum primers are a must for reloading H110 ?
  9. I know it's in 454 Casul just imagine it's the 44 mag
  10. Got the 45 shield, replaced the sights with hiviz fiber optic and added the Apex duty carry trigger kit which dropped the trigger pull to 4.5 lbs. Hoping mag guts makes a plus one or plus two mag extension should be coming out soon. Anyway enjoy your 45 shield, I recently did the advance pistol course and the shield performed flawlessly after 150 rounds of shooting with no problems very soft recoil compared to the kahr pm45 Sent from my SHIELD Tablet K1 using Tapatalk
  11. I had great success with righttobear.com Nickle Teflon upper if minimal lube is desired. Fit to the Anderson lower is not super tight but good Sent from my Tardis using Tapatalk
  12. I use the wolf extra power extractor springs http://www.ebay.com/itm/Wolff-Extra-Power-Extractor-UPGRADE-kit-V75-o-ring-for-223-rifles-Brand-New-/271393126390?hash=item3f304a77f6:g:axAAAOxydlFS8Wy6 Sent from my SHIELD Tablet K1 using Tapatalk
  13. I would go with a 1-4x scope Burris tac30 or vortex crossfire ii for the sights these could be had for less than $215 including the vortex P.E.R.P 30 mm mounts. Yes got them both :) Ballistic Advantage hanson barrels with failzero extensions are well made, accurate and match perfectly with the failzero BCG IMHO comparable to the noveske barrels without the sticker shock. They have sales of different barrels every week BCM KMR alpha rails are also a good buy these are the all aluminum version considerably less than the BCM KMR magnesium alloy version the difference is its 2 ounces heavier. BCM ambi gunfighter or AXTS Raptor charging handles if you can catch the raptors on sale go for it otherwise the BCM gunfighter will do, if you have scopes large charging handles is a must have. I can't honestly tell the difference between the geissele g2s or the chip mccormick 2 stage trigger. I'd go for the geissele because it cheaper but the chip McCormick is drop in so its easier to install. Also have both Both are well made and will serve well on medium to long range setup. On my recent build, I opted for the failzero nickle boron trigger group combined with the JP enterprise spring kit produced a consistent single stage trigger pull of 6 lbs perfect for my CQB 10.5" AR Sent from my SHIELD Tablet K1 using Tapatalk
  14. I've been eyeing a ruger Alaskan in 44 magnum for quite some time, thanks for the info Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. I hope reloading supplies don't follow suite, having a hard time finding 223 powders this. Month

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