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E4 No More

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  1. I've experienced that too. I have XXXL hands and have just chalked it up to the fact that no factory handgun is going to "fit" my hand. I haven't tried the polishing for fear of decreasing resale value should I ever want to sell it. My 20 is just for fun so it is likely the first to go should I need/want to downsize. It's just odd that only Glocks do that to my finger.
  2. Personally, I think that both prosecutorial and judicial misconduct should be felonies.
  3. Look at the bright side: With the extra $$ from weed taxation perhaps the non-toker's taxes will go down.
  4. $470 buys an awful lot of ammo.
  5. I had a 1911 made in 1945 that was previously owned by a fellow who's trigger finger was cut off at the first knuckle. I don't know how he did it but he had that gun set-up to fire by simply touching the trigger. The gun was known to auto-fire a second round. Anyway, I was being stupid watching the TV while handling the gun. I thought I had removed the magazine and cleared the chamber, but I must have done it in reverse order. I has holding the gun and my finger touched the side of the trigger. The gun went off! My wife, (who was sitting Indian style on the floor in front of me), grabbed at her head and screamed while falling forward. Fortunately, she was reacting to the sound and the gun wasn't pointed at her. My mother's newly upholstered couch didn't fare so well. The hollow point cut diagonally through the seat cushion and stopped in the wooden frame of the couch.
  6. Technically, you can't be charged for 1 mile over the speed limit because the machines aren't that accurate. They certify to be accurate to 1 MPH plus or minus. At least that's the way it is with RADAR.
  7. If I came at a horse with a saddle in my hand the horse would bolt away...probably after kicking me in the teeth.
  8. Nicotine is a "drug" that's killed millions. Should we outlaw that too? Alcohol is a very powerful "drug" that's killed millions. Should we outlaw that too? If so, how would you expect a different result from the last time that we tried that?
  9. I'm not a customer so I couldn't say. It follows the rules of capitalism, however.
  10. I have to disagree with you here. Making alcohol illegal gave rise to criminal power. It did not lower crime. Crimes from drugs tends to be from addicts seeking enough money to acquire the illegal drug, and the ensuing turf wars of the suppliers. Make marijuana legal and easy to obtain then the price decreases and thus the addicts are not so desperate to rob people. If it's plentiful, (particularly if the government is the source), then the price drops. You know, the whole "Supply versus demand" thing.
  11. So if someone murders your kid for being on their property you have no problem if the cop doesn't make an arrest because he doesn't agree with the law. Riiight.
  12. So you think LEOs should only enforce laws that they agree with. Or that people should only be LEOs when they agree 100% with the laws. Riiiight!

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