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  1. According to the letter posted in the OP, that's only 1/2 the story. Existing AR/AK pattern pistols could be classified as AOWs, requiring a $200 stamp.
  2. Plenty of homes with crawl spaces have garden tubs. Those things will close in on 1,000# when full of water. Shoot, min'es on the second floor. When placed by an exterior wall (ie the end of the floor joists) the weight isn't a problem. If you're not comfortable with the weight in the house, keep it on the first floor and add some supports under the safe in the crawl space. A couple of jack posts on pre-formed concrete footers beneath the joists should alleviate any doubts about your floor's strength to hold the weight.
  3. My office is right around the corner. . . . and I'll probably never have to go in to the office again. If I do have to go in for a meeting or something, I'll be sure to take a long lunch.
  4. Not necessarily. If your military training certification included at least 4 hours and is less than 5 years old, you can skip both the classroom and firing range portions. If you can prove the training/certification but can't prove the dates or it has been longer than 5 years, you can still skip the firing range portion but you have to do the classroom. Your DD-214 should suffice, but contact the TN DOS to be sure. It's defined in TCA 39-17-1359 para. e. Here's a link to it: https://tinyurl.com/y5f3kdh7 That said, the classroom portion does cover some useful information about st
  5. Also note the crossed Dixie and checkered flags, bottom center as found on the deck below the rear glass of the early General Lees, and the spare tire in the left side. It would have been funny to have changed the quad cannon out for four pump shotguns in Mossy Oak.
  6. That's the baby poop green, for sure.
  7. Yeah I know. It was just a joke about how every 4 years we hear the same "OMG!!!! That dirtbag in the Oval Office won't leave when MY guy (or girl) gets elected!!!! Buy guns and ammo! THE REVOLUTION IS COMING!". Prices spike and supply plummets. That's always followed by either the incumbent winning or an orderly transition of power then over the next two years supply returns to normal and prices fall back again. Then it's time to ramp up the rhetoric again.
  8. I said buying and selling stock in the gun/ammo companies.
  9. Just like in 2016 . . . and 2012 . . . and 2008 . . . and 2004 . . . I'm beginning to think that a good cyclical approach is to buy stock in gun/ammo companies at the midterms, and sell it on the Presidential years.
  10. ^^ I wish I could Like that post twice. It's also why most officers now carry less-than-lethal* weapons such as pepper spray, tasers, and batons. If they can't justify using lethal force, that's what those other tools on the Batbelt are for. *Yeah, I know in certain cases those can be lethal too, but you get the point.
  11. 3rds, actually. I was 2nd, and apparently firsties claimed it. Great deal for someone.
  12. Had plenty last year. I put the feeder up about a month ago, and had nothing for several weeks. I took and down, cleaned it, and put it away with plans to put it out again in mid June. Today Mrs. 'lizard saw a blue one in my vegetable garden so I refilled the feeder and put it out. Hopefully they'll find it and start hitting it. Maybe they're just a little later than usual moving back North.
  13. I had the same problem on my AR pistol build, The buffer tube extended too far in and the upper caught on it. No castle nut on this build so, what to do? I couldn't figure it out until finally I pulled a buffer tube off a rifle and found that the threaded portion of both were exactly the same length. Hmmm....maybe it's not the buffer tube. Maybe it's the end plate. BINGO! The end plate for my pistol build was significantly thinner than the one on my rifle. I replaced the end plate with a better one and everything mated up perfectly.

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