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GlockSpock last won the day on May 6

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  1. I'd cross my fingers for a carbine competing with a CZ Scorpion, a really nice .22lr pistol. However, I'm wondering if maybe something related to this: https://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2017/09/24/new-glock-46-rotating-barrel-lockup-german-police-trials/
  2. A pistol caliber carbine...that doesn't accept standard Glock magazines.
  3. Agreed 100%. It seems to me as well that if any of the lawsuit is true, should be easy to prove. Or disprove if it is wrong.
  4. GlockSpock

    Glock 17 Mags

    As far as I know, 100%.
  5. Out of curiously, would it at minimum catch your attention if page 19 of the lawsuit posted above turned out to be true?
  6. Which was why in the original post I trying to set the direction that this thread isn't about Zimmerman's guilt or innocence but rather this lawsuit itself and whether or not there is any truth to it.
  7. Dang. This ain't sealing the deal for you? An expulsion hearing was set for Trayvon after he tried to hit a bus driver. Trayvon's text messages indicated he was dealing handguns to his underage friends,and that he was a heavy marijuana user.
  8. Worth a read, the actual lawsuit: http://www.larryklayman.com/pdf/191203-ZimmermanvFultonEtal.pdf Defendant Rachel Jeantel is the half-sister of Brittany Diamond Eugene. Defendant Jeantel's mother is Marie Eugene, who is also the biological mother of Brittany Diamond Eugene.
  9. I'm confused the more I read about this. Did Rachel Jeantel actually ever pretend to be Brittany Eugene? Doesn't seem so. https://www.newyorker.com/news/news-desk/rachel-jeantel-on-trial I mean, she used her real name back in 2013. Maybe the lawsuit/article means that she pretended to have been the one Trayvon was on the phone with?
  10. Fast cars, women, and rock and roll music all encourage crime rates to increase (common sense), but we don't seem to ban them. Freedom, and all, has its costs.
  11. https://www.theroot.com/perennial-piece-of-####-george-zimmerman-files-100-mil-1840200390 Specifically, the complaint alleges that in March 2012, the Sanford Police Department thoroughly investigated the shooting of Trayvon Martin and closed the case as self-defense. A week later, Martin family attorney Benjamin Crump produced a recorded audio tape of “Diamond Eugene” whom he said was Trayvon’s 16-year-old girlfriend who was on the phone with Trayvon just before the altercation. However, two weeks later, 18-year-old Rachel Jeantel, the alleged imposter, appeared before prosecutors claiming to be “Diamond Eugene” and provided false statements to incriminate Zimmerman based on coaching from others. These allegations are the result of newly discovered evidence just published in a book and film by Hollywood film director Joel Gilbert, called The Trayvon Hoax: Unmasking the Witness Fraud that Divided America. Based on Trayvon’s cell phone records, they allegedly show that Rachel Jeantel was not Trayvon’s girlfriend, was not on the phone with Trayvon before the altercation, and that she lied repeatedly to cause Zimmerman’s arrest and to try to send him to prison for life. The research also allegedly reveals that Trayvon’s real girlfriend and legitimate phone witness was in fact Miami resident Brittany Diamond Eugene, who was switched out for Jeantel when Eugene refused to bear false witness against Zimmerman. This thread isn't about whether Zimmerman was or was not guilty. He was found innocent in court so no need for us to argue that again, we already did that. This lawsuit alleges that the witness was faked along with evidence for the prosecution's sake.
  12. I'm honestly not even sure whether you posted this in agreement or opposition to me, but I burst out laughing at your comment. You win, Sir.
  13. It’s common sense that anyone that currently purchased marijuana is technically breaking the law. It’s common sense that for the people that currently break the law in this regard do not care about the law. It’s common sense that anyone that currently refrains from purchasing marijuana for the sole reason that it is illegal on the Federal level is likely a law abiding citizen. It’s common sense that anyone that would partake in the use of marijuana after Federal legalization would likely remain law abiding in other areas as well. It’s common sense that anyone that currently steals in order to fuel a drug habit cares not about drug laws nor laws on theft. It’s common sense that someone whom refrains from the use of marijuana currently for the sole reason that it is Federally regulated would be unlikely to resort to crime in order to fuel their theoretical future and legal use of the drug if legalized. It’s common sense that I can do this all day.
  14. First, lets just all simply agree to be thankful that nobody got hurt (other than ego). I've thought to myself how I would feel if I had a ND in the house. I would feel so much shame and unease for a long time, in my foreseeing opinion. I hope to never let this happen to myself. Generally speaking, it's the "seasoned" gun owners that I am more afraid of being around when they are handling firearms. I personally humble myself anytime I handle a firearm. Why? I am 100% completely terrified of what firearms can do. Improper use can/will cause immediate death to myself or loved ones. With that in mind, I always exercise extreme concentration and caution when handling them. It's my opinion that complacency can be multitudes more dangerous than inexperience.
  15. https://www.military.com/daily-news/2016/01/21/eotech-breaks-silence-over-defective-sights.html

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