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Capbyrd last won the day on December 4 2019

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About Capbyrd

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  1. That law most likely predates people buying trucks as status symbols or family vehicles too.
  2. You haven't been to Austin lately, have you?
  3. NOT A LAWYER!!! I think that's correct, however don't get caught doing it. Pretty sure the ATF will flip if they ever catch someone doing it.
  4. Bringing this back. Does anyone on the forum have one? I can't find one in stock locally and want to get hands on before committing to the purchase.
  5. You said, and I quoted, "any bad uppers." I gave anecdotal evidence of ONE, disputing your claim. If you meant lines of uppers or manufacturers, I'm sorry, I misunderstood your post.
  6. Disagree. I've seen one that was either poorly assembled or machined. It had feed issues until it locked up. Turned out it kind of blew up the BCG. It was sent back to PSA and refunded for being garbage.
  7. If I'm not already on those lists, I'd be shocked.
  8. Paper mill is still going strong. When the wind blows the right way, I can smell it something fierce in Michie.
  9. I don't think that's accurate. The Mosquito pre-dates GSG by about 20 years.
  10. There are still a TON of slip joints and lock backs being made and sold these days. They aren't the norm. But the tactical folder market exploded in the late 90's, early 2000's. The market is big enough for it. But even a lot of the custom tactical folder guys are making slip joints regularly now. The market is leveling off.
  11. Yall should check out the Mark of the Maker podcast episodes that have Bob Terzuola. Bob is one of the fathers of the "Tactical Knife" and he talks about what makes a knife tactical in that podcast. Basically it boils down to one handed operation and concealability. Prior to "tactical" folders, you had a lot of knives that required two handed opening or big fixed blades that weren't concealable. Bob said you should have knives that you can carry without being seen but be able to open it if on a ladder. So those are really what makes a knife tactical. Hidden from plain view but easy to operate with a single hand.
  12. Nothing recent. I've missed out on a few Ruger 96 models and some M6 survival rifles because I thought the price would maintain. I was wrong.
  13. You can't come up in here with a story like that and not tell us what gun it was.

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