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  1. This was the one and only time I've ever believed anything Alex Jones ever said.
  2. Depending on how your home is wired for cable, it might not be that much of an effort. Look into where the cable jacks are currently running from the box outside. This is what I did... In my old place, there were four drops for the townhouse I was renting...one for each bedroom, one for the living room, and one inexplicably for the upstairs hallway. So I set up the outdoor antenna in my back porch area, then ran a heavy coax cable (about $15 bucks for a 50' good outdoor one) from the antenna to the drop for the living room. I moved my cable modem to the upstairs hallway, resulting in free over the air TV in my living room by using the cable wiring in the house, and Wifi broadcasting from upstairs to use Netflix, Hulu, HBOGo, and all the rest on Roku on the TV as well, taking advantage of the work that was already put into the house to rig it for cable in each room.
  3. Maybe try an outdoor one and run it through the existing cable jacks to your main TV? The indoor models are not as good as advertised.
  4. They won't change the minds of Democrats in Congress, but I have a feeling they'd change the Republicans back into rabid 2A supporters again. Seems we only have a defense of gun rights when the "other side" is leading the charge against.
  5. This. I used Testor's for my SBR lower to have the cool bullet symbols for safe and fire filled in, and it's good to go.
  6. While I love my 20-round mags and always pick up at least one when I buy some 30-round ones on sale, the 30-round magazines make a great point of contact for prone shooting...at least to my height. Not sure if it's a physical thing on your end.
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    Go Shoot

    Weird and a bit sad. That range is a great resource for shooters of all skill levels, and very reasonable cost. I don't want it to go away or be reduced in availability because of under utilization. Hoping it was just a blip because people were afraid of getting wet. Bring an umbrella or a rain coat, and wrap your targets in some clear film if needs be.
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    Go Shoot

    Folks, I spent a few hours yesterday morning out at Stone River Range, and it was shamefully bereft of shooters for a Saturday morning. Yes, it's a busy weekend in the area, yes it was going to rain later in the day...but still, there were never more than six shooters at the rifle range for the entire time I was out there. That's probably a dozen open lanes sitting barren on what should be a busy shooting time of the weekend. I admit that recently, I've been slacking in my own range time as work and life get in the way of things, but I think we owe it to ourselves, and the resources we hope to have around to utilize them as comfortably as we can financially.
  9. I learned how pretty much all the finer points I know about how to cook through YouTube videos. Amazing resource.
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    Vegas Odds

    https://www.sportsbettingdime.com/politics/president-impeachment-odds/
  11. Not sure what Tucker means by "now". I'm scratching my head to think of a time that corporations haven't been in charge since the industrial revolution begat mega companies and turned their CEOs into an oligarchy sometime around the early 1900s. We like to galvanize ourselves as 2A community to have our wallets speak in part for us, and this is just an extension of that with corporations exercising discretion on where their money is expended. They have that prerogative if the governance structure enables it. I may not like it, and in some cases, I may question it from a business perspective as much as a personal one, but unless the 2A gets some measure of protected class bestowed upon it (bad idea all around, IMO), we have nothing aside from purchasing power that would need to be collectively applied as leverage. In the case that some companies represent, gun owners as a demographic aren't enough...and we're not exactly the best at bringing allies to the cause to boost those numbers.
  12. https://www.cnbc.com/2019/05/30/salesforce-bans-some-gun-sellers-from-using-its-software.html I'm sure we have a few members who know how wide a reach Salesforce has across multiple businesses, and how it's a growth company with a very high ceiling. Hopefully it won't have too much effect, but I could see any large reach seller (ie: Primary Arms) being in a pinch having to replace their CRM platform like this. I also hope it's not the start of integrated businesses jumping into the fray against the 2A.
  13. I hope we continue to be worthy of the sacrifice so many have given with their lives. Take a moment and have a thought for then today.
  14. My condolences to you and your family. Hoping the day where her memory is a smile and not a tear comes sooner rather than later.
  15. Not against 2-stage, just think they have a proper place. I use a 2-stage SD-E in my scoped 16" AR, and a single-stage SD-3G in my 10.5" SBR with an EoTech. Different systems for different roles; barrel, optic, trigger all tailored to use. How's the reset on the LaRue? I'm thinking of swapping the SD-3G because of the super short reset (it's a bit too short as I spent time with it), and this looks like it might be a single stage winner.

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