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2013-01-28 04:21:23 PM  

justtray: Adolf Oliver Nipples: justtray: Adolf Oliver Nipples: Wow, an empty, non-reusable tube. The horror. I like how the authorities intimated that it was dangerous. To who? It's only dangerous to the people who sponsored the buy-back and the police who depend upon you to believe everything you hear.

348 pistols and 364 rifles? I wonder how many crimes they just paid for the privilege of leaving open. 3 "street sweepers"? OH NOES! They are such amazing instruments of crime that they haven't been used in any that I can think of, and the possession of which did not result in the arrest of the person carrying an unregistered NFA Destructive Device.

I sure am glad they don't this kind of shiat where I live. I'd like to at least continue to have the illusion that the local police are competent.

But but i thought guns are easy enough to make and if they werent available criminals would just make explosives. Are you now saying that was a total lie? No..... Couldnt be....

I never made that claim. Nor do i know anybody who did. So, cite?

See - every gun thread ever on fark. I never said you personally made that claim, but it has been made, many times over by people on the same side of the argument as you.


Then it should be easy for you to find. Have at it. Cite or GTFO.
 
2013-01-28 04:21:49 PM  
nonfunctional missile launcher - already had been used

Look out he has a tube!
 
2013-01-28 04:22:18 PM  

lordargent: Recoil Therapy: It's an empty (& non reloadable) fiberglass tube. Something somewhat cool to prop up in the corner of an office but nothing to get the vapors over.

Saw headline, thought "empty javelin or stinger tube".


I doubt you'd see a jav tube... aren't the targeting systems on those alone still worth a significant amount of cash? Now a stinger on the other hand, they're about as dumb fire as you can get.
 
2013-01-28 04:23:09 PM  
http://droneswatch.org/2013/01/20/list-of-children-killed-by-drone-str ikes-in-pakistan-and-yemen/

FTC
 
2013-01-28 04:24:29 PM  

tallguywithglasseson: UberDave: Heh. Because nothing says home defense like a box of cheap ass sub-sonic Remington squirrel plinkers!

Well, there's about an 11 out of 10 chance you're going to be home invaded, so it's important consider things like ammo that's less likely to give you hearing damage when you're Rambo-ing your house.

But, then you'll need a lot of it because said home invaders are likely to proceed even after having seen your AR-15 and taken several rounds of said squirrel plinkers. Also they're on PCP. The home invaders, not the squirrels. So, 50 round drum makes the most sense, when you think about it.



In all seriousness, way back when my wife and I had our first apartment in roach-infested Thug Town, I felt the serious need to have a loaded gun next to the bed - a full choke single shot 20 gauge.  IMO, it's some of the best home defense you can get.  You don't have to aim well and anything you hit is going to feel it.  Plus, it's going to wake the world and the round is less likely to fly into the neighbor's house and injure someone.
 
2013-01-28 04:24:57 PM  

TheYeti: Sounds like there were a lot of other bargains to be had, though.


I'd have done the same thing if I lived out there. Take several grand in cash and buy all the $100 pistols, shotguns, and rifles I could carry. Then double and triple my money on gunbroker over then next few weeks.

What idiot turns in an operable gun for a gift card?

Adolf Oliver Nipples: I sure am glad they don't this kind of shiat where I live. I'd like to at least continue to have the illusion that the local police are competent.


^^^^
 
2013-01-28 04:26:08 PM  

bloatboy: Lsherm: Mr. Coffee Nerves: With a real Russian-made Saiga AK-47 going for almost $2,000 thanks to the derp brigade stirring up "Look behind you! It's Obama with a ACLU-built, Soros-endorsed, Johnny-Depp-kissed gun magnet! Run! Run for your lives...to the gun store and stock up on these amazing bargains for a limited time only!" if these buyback programs really WERE getting AK after AK I think I'd set up a booth myself.

I went to Bass Pro this weekend because I wanted to pick up a Henry Golden Boy and there was a jackass at the counter screaming about not being able to get an XM-15 (I think) because they didn't have any in stock.  I don't think there's a gun store in the state of Virginia that has a semiautomatic rifle left, at least not ones that shoot NATO rounds.

At the local firearms store, pretty much the only thing they weren't out of were customers waving cash shouting, "Shut up and take my money!"


Shooter's Supply in Louisville has limited sales of many products. Customers may purchase only one rimfire semi-automatic rifle, one centerfire semi-automatic rifle and one magazine exceeding a ten-round capacity. Ammunition sales are limited also: customers may purchase only two boxes of the same caliber in full metal jacket and hollowpoint (thus, a customer may purchase two boxes of 9mm full metal jacket and two boxes of 9mm hollowpoint), or a single "brick" of 400 rounds of .22LR ammunition.

When last I visited, one week ago, several rifle models remained in stock though some of them were NFA-restricted short-barreled rifles.
 
2013-01-28 04:27:07 PM  

justtray: tallguywithglasseson: UberDave: Heh. Because nothing says home defense like a box of cheap ass sub-sonic Remington squirrel plinkers!

Well, there's about an 11 out of 10 chance you're going to be home invaded, so it's important consider things like ammo that's less likely to give you hearing damage when you're Rambo-ing your house.

But, then you'll need a lot of it because said home invaders are likely to proceed even after having seen your AR-15 and taken several rounds of said squirrel plinkers. Also they're on PCP. The home invaders, not the squirrels. So, 50 round drum makes the most sense, when you think about it.

Plus, they all wear body armor. You may need hollow points. You can replace the walls. Safety is whats most important.


You'll need special teflon coated cop killer hollow point full metal jacket bullet casing shells loaded into a 30 round extended high capacity bullet clip magazine sheath holder that's clipped into a black military style automatic AK-47 assault semi-automatic glock M-16-60 rifle weapon with a barrel shroud. That'll get right through those bullet proof vests.
 
2013-01-28 04:27:49 PM  
Has anyone notice that in EVERY gun buyback program, some idiot has turned in a rather rare, discontinued or antique firearm that would be worth FAR more than a 200 dollar gift card - like in the thousands area - for chump change?
 
2013-01-28 04:29:36 PM  

Lsherm: ha-ha-guy: I'm suddenly glad I did an organized buy with some people for a couple pallets back in September.

[img19.imageshack.us image 850x644]

WTF are you shooting?  Earth?


We bury it beneath our double wide trailers for when the government comes for us. We're successful crazies cause we have the double wides, unlike the morons in the single wides.

/or a large hunting club, one of the two
//I know a guy with two full pallets and about a half a pallet worth of 7.62x51mm in his basement
///of course he also has a tax stamp for a full auto, so he uses it quickly
/I have about a quarter of a pallet right now, because you know, coyotes, deer, and zombies
 
2013-01-28 04:30:27 PM  
I wish I could have gone to that, but I had to work.

I have a junker shotgun that I would definitely take $100 for.
 
2013-01-28 04:31:28 PM  

BronyMedic: Has anyone notice that in EVERY gun buyback program, some idiot has turned in a rather rare, discontinued or antique firearm that would be worth FAR more than a 200 dollar gift card - like in the thousands area - for chump change?


Eh, y'know it's gonna sit in my shop...the market for rare discontinued antique firearms bottomed out maybe two years ago...I'll give you $170. Ok, $200 is the best I can do.
 
2013-01-28 04:31:43 PM  

Calmamity: I wish I could have gone to that, but I had to work.

I have a junker shotgun that I would definitely take $100 for.


Gun buybacks, getting that stuff your grandfather let rust to shiat off the street since the first one.
 
2013-01-28 04:31:55 PM  

BronyMedic: Has anyone notice that in EVERY gun buyback program, some idiot has turned in a rather rare, discontinued or antique firearm that would be worth FAR more than a 200 dollar gift card - like in the thousands area - for chump change?


And people sell musical instruments worth thousands for hundreds on Craigslist.
Also jewelry to pawn shops, etc.
 
2013-01-28 04:33:52 PM  

GanjSmokr: justtray: tallguywithglasseson: UberDave: Heh. Because nothing says home defense like a box of cheap ass sub-sonic Remington squirrel plinkers!

Well, there's about an 11 out of 10 chance you're going to be home invaded, so it's important consider things like ammo that's less likely to give you hearing damage when you're Rambo-ing your house.

But, then you'll need a lot of it because said home invaders are likely to proceed even after having seen your AR-15 and taken several rounds of said squirrel plinkers. Also they're on PCP. The home invaders, not the squirrels. So, 50 round drum makes the most sense, when you think about it.

Plus, they all wear body armor. You may need hollow points. You can replace the walls. Safety is whats most important.

You'll need special teflon coated cop killer hollow point full metal jacket bullet casing shells loaded into a 30 round extended high capacity bullet clip magazine sheath holder that's clipped into a black military style automatic AK-47 assault semi-automatic glock M-16-60 rifle weapon with a barrel shroud. That'll get right through those bullet proof vests.


Sometimes when I start googling the things I see in threads like this, I wonder how much of a big red flag I'm throwing up to the feds.

Current search history:
Obama kill list
M202 FLASH
javelin targeting system
home defense rounds
barrel shrouds
 
2013-01-28 04:34:14 PM  

Dave Lister: Eh, y'know it's gonna sit in my shop...the market for rare discontinued antique firearms bottomed out maybe two years ago...I'll give you $170. Ok, $200 is the best I can do.


The last picture I saw from a gun buyback was in NYC. Someone turned in a limited edition Browning Auto-5 12-ga shotgun (You can tell by silver plate and intricate markings on the receiver). I  own two, a regular and a gold edition Auto-5, and had it appraised at 2500 dollars three years ago.

Some idiot turned it in for a 100 dollar gift card when it's worth FAR more than mine.

/Auto-5 is a damn fine shotgun, BTW.
 
2013-01-28 04:34:46 PM  
I wonder if they take zip guns as well?

I can whip up a dozen in the garage for about $50.
 
2013-01-28 04:35:01 PM  

ha-ha-guy: Calmamity: I wish I could have gone to that, but I had to work.

I have a junker shotgun that I would definitely take $100 for.

Gun buybacks, getting that stuff your grandfather let rust to shiat off the street since the first one.


Mostly true, but shiat, I saw some of the stuff the guys on the sidelines were buying from people, and I couldn't believe it. I wish I'd been there as a damn buyer.
 
2013-01-28 04:36:07 PM  

UberDave: You don't have to aim well


Bull honky. Even with a shotgun, you're only going to hit where you're aiming. If you're not aiming at your target, what do you think you're going to hit?

UberDave: Plus, it's going to wake the world and the round is less likely to fly into the neighbor's house and injure someone.


I wouldn't count on that.

I'm not trying to say that a shotgun isn't a good choice for personal defense, but the "you don't have to aim" and "It won't overpenetrate" arguments I keep seeing are pretty easily dis-proven bull.
 
2013-01-28 04:36:32 PM  

BronyMedic: Dave Lister: Eh, y'know it's gonna sit in my shop...the market for rare discontinued antique firearms bottomed out maybe two years ago...I'll give you $170. Ok, $200 is the best I can do.

The last picture I saw from a gun buyback was in NYC. Someone turned in a limited edition Browning Auto-5 12-ga shotgun (You can tell by silver plate and intricate markings on the receiver). I  own two, a regular and a gold edition Auto-5, and had it appraised at 2500 dollars three years ago.

Some idiot turned it in for a 100 dollar gift card when it's worth FAR more than mine.

/Auto-5 is a damn fine shotgun, BTW.


While the owner may have been given far less compensation than the firearm was actually worth, is not the improved public safety resulting from the destruction of such a dangerous device not itself reward enough?
 
2013-01-28 04:36:50 PM  

The Stealth Hippopotamus: UberDave: For use in home defense...when your attacker/intruder brings a brigade or two of thugs along.

No it's for when the get away car is almost at the end of the street.


zero survivors


If you fired that down the block, you'd be toast too. That's a nuclear-tipped "Davy Crockett" rocket.
 
2013-01-28 04:36:50 PM  

BronyMedic: Dave Lister: Eh, y'know it's gonna sit in my shop...the market for rare discontinued antique firearms bottomed out maybe two years ago...I'll give you $170. Ok, $200 is the best I can do.

The last picture I saw from a gun buyback was in NYC. Someone turned in a limited edition Browning Auto-5 12-ga shotgun (You can tell by silver plate and intricate markings on the receiver). I  own two, a regular and a gold edition Auto-5, and had it appraised at 2500 dollars three years ago.

Some idiot turned it in for a 100 dollar gift card when it's worth FAR more than mine.

/Auto-5 is a damn fine shotgun, BTW.


Mine is a Sweet-Sixteen, though it does have an ugly polychoke.

I'm seriously considering going to the next local buyback event parking lot with some mad money.
 
2013-01-28 04:36:52 PM  

NightOwl2255: UberDave: Why in the world is there no .22lr anywhere?!

I sent an email to CCI asking about 22lr. They actally replied, and said they are making 1.2 million rounds a day. Yet the stores are empty. Damn hoarders. I was at a gun show this weekend and douche-bags were selling boxes of 22lr that were going for $25 before the run on ammo for $75. Nothing like creating a panic and profiting off it.



That is insane.  The weekend after Christmas, I went to my in-laws property to do some hunting in the national forest.  My brother in-law went up with his youngest who brought a friend.  He tried stopping at four places on the way out and no one had .22lr.  I didn't bring my .22 but my shotgun ammo box had two 50-packs of cheap Remington HV (maybe $4 a box).  I let him have at them because the kids want to shoot the marlin 39a (which I hath so coveted) he brought along.  Of course, that left me with no .22 but I thought they would surely be restocked after the new year.  No such luck.

From what the guys at the stores tell me, they get them in but it flies off the shelf within hours.  I just hope supply meets demand or we will be paying $20 a box.
 
2013-01-28 04:37:57 PM  

GanjSmokr: You'll need special teflon coated cop killer hollow point full metal jacket bullet casing shells loaded into a 30 round extended high capacity bullet clip magazine sheath holder that's clipped into a black military style automatic AK-47 assault semi-automatic glock M-16-60 rifle weapon with a barrel shroud. That'll get right through those bullet proof vests.


That was painful.
 
2013-01-28 04:38:13 PM  

Lsherm: tallguywithglasseson: UberDave: Why in the world is there no .22lr anywhere?!

People are buying 50 round drum magazines of it to load into their AR-15's for home defense.

I think you need a conversion kit for that to work.


I don't think Feinstein understands enough about what she's trying to legislate to know what a conversion kit is.

My buddy owns a CheyTac 408 which he bought used for $3,500 or something crazy like that. He's endlessly amused that it's not on the "weapons Diane finds scary" list because it only takes a 5 round magazine.
 
2013-01-28 04:38:49 PM  

Dimensio: While the owner may have been given far less compensation than the firearm was actually worth, is not the improved public safety resulting from the destruction of such a dangerous device not itself reward enough?


I'm not too sure of the crime statistics, but I'm pretty sure high-end, rare hunting shotguns aren't being used in many crimes in the United States.

Glocks, on the other hand...

suptg.thisisnotatrueending.com
 
2013-01-28 04:40:00 PM  
Police came and took my brother's WWII rifle my dad brought home from war. They claimed it was because the bayonet attachment had a "broken" bayonet still attached that "appeared" to match the part of one in my sister-in-law's stomach. Sure it did...
 
2013-01-28 04:40:09 PM  
I, for one, will sleep much better tonight knowing that an empty fiberglass tube is off the streets!!

/because that's what it is
//and that's all it is
///old school!
 
2013-01-28 04:40:49 PM  
images.ridemonkey.com

Ashamed I didn't see this.
 
2013-01-28 04:41:49 PM  

Dimensio: BronyMedic: Dave Lister: Eh, y'know it's gonna sit in my shop...the market for rare discontinued antique firearms bottomed out maybe two years ago...I'll give you $170. Ok, $200 is the best I can do.

The last picture I saw from a gun buyback was in NYC. Someone turned in a limited edition Browning Auto-5 12-ga shotgun (You can tell by silver plate and intricate markings on the receiver). I  own two, a regular and a gold edition Auto-5, and had it appraised at 2500 dollars three years ago.

Some idiot turned it in for a 100 dollar gift card when it's worth FAR more than mine.

/Auto-5 is a damn fine shotgun, BTW.

While the owner may have been given far less compensation than the firearm was actually worth, is not the improved public safety resulting from the destruction of such a dangerous device not itself reward enough?


Nope. The public safety isn't improved even a little bit, just your illusion of it. Want proof? Go down to Wal-Mart and check out the wall of shotguns.
 
2013-01-28 04:43:17 PM  
Where else is a bolt action Sears shotgun to go?
 
2013-01-28 04:43:55 PM  
Giltric:


Why are 18 and 19 year olds included? What is the age of majority in those countries?
 
2013-01-28 04:44:03 PM  

Adolf Oliver Nipples: Dimensio: BronyMedic: Dave Lister: Eh, y'know it's gonna sit in my shop...the market for rare discontinued antique firearms bottomed out maybe two years ago...I'll give you $170. Ok, $200 is the best I can do.

The last picture I saw from a gun buyback was in NYC. Someone turned in a limited edition Browning Auto-5 12-ga shotgun (You can tell by silver plate and intricate markings on the receiver). I  own two, a regular and a gold edition Auto-5, and had it appraised at 2500 dollars three years ago.

Some idiot turned it in for a 100 dollar gift card when it's worth FAR more than mine.

/Auto-5 is a damn fine shotgun, BTW.

While the owner may have been given far less compensation than the firearm was actually worth, is not the improved public safety resulting from the destruction of such a dangerous device not itself reward enough?

Nope. The public safety isn't improved even a little bit, just your illusion of it. Want proof? Go down to Wal-Mart and check out the wall of shotguns.


I suspect that you will next attempt to convince me that Mexican criminal cartels do not obtain hand grenades from smugglers who purchase them legally in the United States at gun shows without a background check.
 
2013-01-28 04:44:23 PM  
I know that the thread has already reached derp level 9 but I'd like to point out that the AVERAGE PERSON can't tell the difference between a spent rocket tube and "AHHHHHHH!!!! A BAZOOKA!!!!" which is why there are laws against their sale in the first place. It's borderline useless as a weapon (they make an unwieldy club) but can easily be used to incite panic under the right circumstances.
 
2013-01-28 04:45:02 PM  

ZeroPly: My buddy owns a CheyTac 408 which he bought used for $3,500 or something crazy like that. He's endlessly amused that it's not on the "weapons Diane finds scary" list because it only takes a 5 round magazine.


I could have sworn those CheyTac Interventions went for close to $30K before all of the panic ensued.
 
2013-01-28 04:45:48 PM  

Lsherm: Mr. Coffee Nerves: With a real Russian-made Saiga AK-47 going for almost $2,000 thanks to the derp brigade stirring up "Look behind you! It's Obama with a ACLU-built, Soros-endorsed, Johnny-Depp-kissed gun magnet! Run! Run for your lives...to the gun store and stock up on these amazing bargains for a limited time only!" if these buyback programs really WERE getting AK after AK I think I'd set up a booth myself.

I went to Bass Pro this weekend because I wanted to pick up a Henry Golden Boy and there was a jackass at the counter screaming about not being able to get an XM-15 (I think) because they didn't have any in stock.  I don't think there's a gun store in the state of Virginia that has a semiautomatic rifle left, at least not ones that shoot NATO rounds.


I stopped by the CMP store in Anniston this weekend to buy an M1 and all they had were M1Cs, M1Ds, and the special grade M1s that were rebuilt (read: the only things they had were too expensive for me). All the mail order are cannibalizing their in-store sales of rack, field, and service grade rifles.
 
2013-01-28 04:45:53 PM  
Don't let your kid feel left out!

img.wonkette.com
 
2013-01-28 04:46:09 PM  

Dimensio: Adolf Oliver Nipples: Dimensio: BronyMedic: Dave Lister: Eh, y'know it's gonna sit in my shop...the market for rare discontinued antique firearms bottomed out maybe two years ago...I'll give you $170. Ok, $200 is the best I can do.

The last picture I saw from a gun buyback was in NYC. Someone turned in a limited edition Browning Auto-5 12-ga shotgun (You can tell by silver plate and intricate markings on the receiver). I  own two, a regular and a gold edition Auto-5, and had it appraised at 2500 dollars three years ago.

Some idiot turned it in for a 100 dollar gift card when it's worth FAR more than mine.

/Auto-5 is a damn fine shotgun, BTW.

While the owner may have been given far less compensation than the firearm was actually worth, is not the improved public safety resulting from the destruction of such a dangerous device not itself reward enough?

Nope. The public safety isn't improved even a little bit, just your illusion of it. Want proof? Go down to Wal-Mart and check out the wall of shotguns.

I suspect that you will next attempt to convince me that Mexican criminal cartels do not obtain hand grenades from smugglers who purchase them legally in the United States at gun shows without a background check.


Hand grenades? NFA Destructive Devices? You show me the gun show where they are selling live hand grenades on a handshake and I'll be glad to call the BATFE.

In other words, cite?
 
2013-01-28 04:46:49 PM  

GlobalStrategic MapleSyrup Reserve: I know that the thread has already reached derp level 9 but I'd like to point out that the AVERAGE PERSON can't tell the difference between a spent rocket tube and "AHHHHHHH!!!! A BAZOOKA!!!!" which is why there are laws against their sale in the first place. It's borderline useless as a weapon (they make an unwieldy club) but can easily be used to incite panic under the right circumstances.


I suspect that little effort is required to create a fake "rocket tube" indistinguishable to casual observers from a real one. Do any current laws prohibit possession of such facsimiles?
 
2013-01-28 04:47:29 PM  

ZeroPly: Lsherm: tallguywithglasseson: UberDave: Why in the world is there no .22lr anywhere?!

People are buying 50 round drum magazines of it to load into their AR-15's for home defense.

I think you need a conversion kit for that to work.

I don't think Feinstein understands enough about what she's trying to legislate to know what a conversion kit is.

My buddy owns a CheyTac 408 which he bought used for $3,500 or something crazy like that. He's endlessly amused that it's not on the "weapons Diane finds scary" list because it only takes a 5 round magazine.


She doesn't care if you kill 5 from a distance of 1.2miles.
 
2013-01-28 04:48:07 PM  

Giltric: Someone quote me.


Done.
 
2013-01-28 04:48:33 PM  

ph0rk: Giltric:


Why are 18 and 19 year olds included? What is the age of majority in those countries?


I don't care if you count them...take them off the list if you think only having dead kids under the age of 18 on the list helps Obama.
 
2013-01-28 04:48:39 PM  

Dimensio: I suspect that you will next attempt to convince me that Mexican criminal cartels do not obtain hand grenades from smugglers who purchase them legally in the United States at gun shows without a background check.


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GlobalStrategic MapleSyrup Reserve: I know that the thread has already reached derp level 9 but I'd like to point out that the AVERAGE PERSON can't tell the difference between a spent rocket tube and "AHHHHHHH!!!! A BAZOOKA!!!!" which is why there are laws against their sale in the first place. It's borderline useless as a weapon (they make an unwieldy club) but can easily be used to incite panic under the right circumstances.


That's not really my problem. Why should I be held responsible for an idiot freaking out over nothing? "You can't have that." "Why not?" "That guy over there doesn't know its not dangerous." "So, go teach the idiot and let me have my non-dangerous item." "I don't want to deal with the idiot, so hand it over."
 
2013-01-28 04:49:02 PM  
Hey, that buyback actually did do something useful! An expended rocket launcher is a blunt instrument, and blunt instruments were used in 540 homicides in the US in the latest year included in the FBI Uniform Crime Reports (half again more than rifles, used in only 358 homicides that year).
 
2013-01-28 04:49:51 PM  

Adolf Oliver Nipples: You show me the gun show where they are selling live hand grenades on a handshake and I'll be glad to call the BATFE.


Back in the 80s I remember my neighbor's house being raided by the FBI. He was buying old pineapple and baseball grenades at the army surplus store, plugging them and re-arming them with new primers. He buried a bunch in their backyard before the raid so I was always just wincing every time the new neighbor tilled his garden in the backyard.

...I think his source for the primers was an undercover agent.
 
2013-01-28 04:50:45 PM  

Giltric: ph0rk: Giltric:


Why are 18 and 19 year olds included? What is the age of majority in those countries?

I don't care if you count them...take them off the list if you think only having dead kids under the age of 18 on the list helps Obama.


Your devotion to accuracy and attention to detail is noteworthy.
 
2013-01-28 04:51:57 PM  

UberDave: Mr. Coffee Nerves: With a real Russian-made Saiga AK-47 going for almost $2,000 thanks to the derp brigade stirring up "Look behind you! It's Obama with a ACLU-built, Soros-endorsed, Johnny-Depp-kissed gun magnet! Run! Run for your lives...to the gun store and stock up on these amazing bargains for a limited time only!"

Tell me about it.  Some sporting goods stores moved all of their 9mm, 45 ACP, .22, etc. ect. behind the damn counter.  And they are completely out of most of it.  Why in the world is there no .22lr anywhere?!

A buddy of mine from the service used to go out to the range (off-base) all the time when we served.  That was right when the weapons ban and magazine restrictions were implemented.  I don't remember it being anywhere near this crazy.


.22lr is starting to tick me off. The local Gander Mountain has none, neither does the Cabelas 50 miles from here. I managed to get 100 rounds of Remington subsonic at Wally World, but that's all I've been able to find.

(Figures I've bought 2 22 rifles recently and now can't feed them)
 
2013-01-28 04:52:45 PM  

BronyMedic: Dimensio: While the owner may have been given far less compensation than the firearm was actually worth, is not the improved public safety resulting from the destruction of such a dangerous device not itself reward enough?

I'm not too sure of the crime statistics, but I'm pretty sure high-end, rare hunting shotguns aren't being used in many crimes in the United States.


Homicides by shotgun, 2010: 373
Homicides by hitting people with hands, fists, feet, 2010: 745
 
2013-01-28 04:53:24 PM  

It's Me Bender: I_Am_Weasel: If I had a missile launcher, I'd make somebody pay.

Eh, there's no way you could kill even 1% as many children as Obama has with his missiles.


or the abortionists with their tools of evil.
 
2013-01-28 04:54:56 PM  
These single-use used tubes are all over the place. They aren't worth anything nor are they anything dangerous. You could build one with $10 of hardware from Home Depot. It's literally just a metal tube.
 
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