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Everything posted by MP5_Rizzo

  1. Best thing about this is you can file the rebate online. I just finished doing it for some Federal steel shot shoot I purchased last week.
  2. Do you really need night vision for this?
  3. If you bring a literal truck load it may be a wash once you calculate in the expense and trouble of hauling it here. Unlike Illinois you do not have to be a resident or live in a state that borders it to purchase ammo.
  4. Prove that it was Lyudmilas and $14,500 would probably be a bargain.
  5. Yeah I used to think that too. She finally gave up.
  6. Best solution, buy another safe. Just like guns, you can't have too many.
  7. If the exterior is any indication of the what the bore has going on, I don't know if it's worth the trouble to clean up.
  8. Below is from here: https://knifeup.com/illinois-knife-law/ Illinois Knife Law This article will give you the basics of Illinois knife law in simple everyday language. It will also include excerpts from the law itself and case precedence so you will know exactly what the law means. The excerpts are truncated by me with […] whenever it goes off into something that is unrelated to knives. What is Legal/Illegal to Own in Illinois Balisong knives are legal. Disguised knives like cane knives, belt knives, and lipstick knives are legal. Throwing knives are legal. Bowie knives and other large knives are legal. Throwing stars are illegal. Ballistic knives are illegal. Switchblades and other automatic knives are illegal, UNLESS you carry a valid FOID card (Firearms Owners IDentification). The state of Illinois only banned the possession of throwing stars, switchblades, ballistic knives, and knives that open with a press of the button. Limits on Carry You can carry any knife as long as it is not one of the banned knives listed above and that you do not have the intent to harm someone or break the law. The law goes into more details on this…
  9. Here is what Genitron has to say about it and I have no clue as to their reliability. The hi-cap Bersa Model 86 is similar to the Model 85 except that it sports black wrap-around grips and the standard version has a matte black finish rather than a blued finish Click Here : Link to Genitron Bersa 86 info Gun Value MSRP: $405.00 Used Est: $345.00 Last Update: 5/10/2018
  10. Why should we trust you? Where you part of the film crew.
  11. Install a South African car jacker deterrent.
  12. Here's what may be the story on this if someone can translate it. https://topwar.ru/90522-eksperimentalnaya-vintovka-tromix-trimese-16-ssha.html
  13. Something that's not the Kavanaugh confirmation
  14. The stock and thumb rest appears to be for a left hand shooter. Is the owner a lefty?
  15. No worries, they make original flavor too. Also vegetarian ribs. They use sugar cane sticks in place of rib bone.
  16. KIA Click here: KIA Emblems
  17. Teds in Columbia is one of very few places that still stocks real black powder. Not sure about there other BP accessories.
  18. Not trying to be the food police but sushi is cooked and sashimi is raw.
  19. A Glock Rep. gave it to this past weekend. I went on line searching and found older versions but not this one. This is supposed to be the last R. Lee Ermy coin Glock will ever make.
  20. Anybody else have one of these or better yet even seen one and yes, this one is mine.

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