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monkeylizard last won the day on April 17

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About monkeylizard

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  1. It's normal. Mine have always come the last week before the event. I was expecting to have them by today, but even if they don't arrive before I leave for Atlanta, it's no big deal. Just register at the door.
  2. This. The only requirement is that the transfer be handled by an FFL in the recipient's state. There's no rule about how it gets there so you can take it yourself, or ship it there yourself. But some FFLs will only accept incoming transfers from other FFLs. Call around to a few until you find one that will take it from an individual.
  3. Yep, but my passes haven't arrived yet. I expect them between now and Tuesday.
  4. But the steel block itself wouldn't make any difference. A person holding a block of steel to their chest and a person with their hands tucked to their chest would fall at the same rate. Of course I'm assuming a block of steel small enough that a single person could carry it. If we're talking about a 10'x10' block with some handles welded on, then yeah, that would change the air resistance.
  5. No. Because whether the guy has a block of steel or not, he'll fall at the same rate.
  6. Besides, he couldn't see too well with one eye swollen shut.
  7. Mike @LawEnforcementSalesTN is one of the go-to guys around here and is an official TGO Vendor http://www.lawenforcementsalestn.com
  8. That fireworks thing was pretty cool.
  9. It's nice that they put a little porthole window on the side for the pilot.
  10. sold

    Have you checked prices to have it carried out there on a car hauler (the 18-wheeler kind)? Add in the savings on gas mileage for yourself by not towing a car and it may make sense.
  11. In a related press release, Iranian sources announced the latest steps in their space program.
  12. The US and the Brits used inflatable tanks, trucks, etc. in WW2 prior to D-Day to misdirect the Nazis into believing we'd assault the continent at Calais. The US Army still uses inflatable tanks as decoys. Today they even give off heat signatures to fool surveillance. It can be an effective tactic, but not if you start distributing photos of close-ups like the Iranian Stealth Jet... Fail.
  13. You have clearly never seen Iranian action movies. What you're seeing here in this mock up are leading edge special effects next to those. They have an action hero movie that's kind of like Rambo that's so bad it's good.
  14. It also looks like it was installed by the hacks at their local Best Buy.

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