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GunLink / Big server upgrades and updates
« Last post by GunLink on November 08, 2018, 10:41:00 AM »
Over the course of the last month or so we have been working behind the scenes to migrate all of the GunLink sites (Forums, Blog, Directory, etc.) to new servers with better back-end hardware and software. Due to the forum database transition, some of the recent forum posts and stats may have fallen into the memory hole (...sorry...). Depending on how things look, we may or may not have one of the tech team work on restoring them.

All of the addresses will be the same except for the firearms business directory, which we have relocated to http://biz.gunl.ink/. Users should not see any changes in functionality as far as logging in, reading, posting, commenting, adding/viewing listings, etc.

We still have a few more small changes and updates in store that should go on pretty smoothly behind the scenes. After SHOT Show 2019 settles down after the start of next year, we may have a couple new things coming.

If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions, send us a PM here on the forums or use the contact form at http://blog.gunlink.info/contact/
Firearms Related / Re: Changes in Taurus Pistol Lines - Yay or Nay?
« Last post by marktucker on November 08, 2018, 10:28:08 AM »
I think they changed all the small revovlers too.  I think the whole 85 line is gone and they only do six round guns now called 856 model.
News, Articles & Columns / Re: US Court Appeals Rules In Favor Of Gun Rights
« Last post by Paulettex on November 08, 2018, 04:04:21 AM »
I have learned and made sense with this forum, so I have a lot of content to do.
Firearms Related / Re: Changes in Taurus Pistol Lines - Yay or Nay?
« Last post by Paulettex on November 08, 2018, 04:03:53 AM »
What new things have happened to tell me how much development has been made today?
General Talk / Re: Are they going to ban bump stocks now?
« Last post by marktucker on October 03, 2018, 04:49:16 PM »
Same way they enforce any other class 3

Europe is lost. A "lock back knife" is a big deal to them? They'd wet their pants if they saw half what people I hang around with carry.
Did they take lessons from this other guy doing the same thing at memphis UPS last december? https://wreg.com/2017/12/08/suspect-wanted-for-stealing-guns-from-ups-facility-arrested/

"According to authorities, Christopher Brown and several other men were caught on camera breaking into a locked tractor trailer at the East Holmes Road location. They reportedly loaded a dozen firearms into a private vehicle and then fled the scene."

Gang bangers were stealing them off of trains around here not too long ago according to the FBI. http://www.wdrb.com/story/25205191/fbi-louisville-police-to-address-youth-gang-memo

"YNO members are "armed in a major way." There is apparently a "gun train" that comes through the West End (specific location unknown) and stops for a couple hours every Sunday night (the reason for this stop is unknown). This train is legitimately transporting firearms from suppliers to retailers to be sold. The train is apparently heavily guarded by armed individuals, but YNO members have figured out how to sneak onto the train and steal guns."

Tell me again how banning bump stocks or making me wait extra days to get a gun is going to stop crime?
General Talk / Re: Are they going to ban bump stocks now?
« Last post by TheHarleyB on October 02, 2018, 07:05:02 PM »
I guess the "your guns are safe" routine doesn't apply to gun accessories. How exactly are they going to enforce this?

President Donald Trump said on the anniversary of the 2017 Las Vegas deadly shooting that his administration is close to finalizing a regulation that would ban bump stocks, a device that can allow a gun to fire at speeds that mimic an automatic weapon.

"We're knocking out bump stocks," Trump told reporters Monday. "I've told the NRA (National Rifle Association) bump stocks are gone."

Trump's statements come as the Justice Department nears the end of a year-long process to ban the devices.

The Justice Department said Monday that a ban proposal had been sent to the Office of Management and Budget. After a review period that could last up to three months, the proposal will be published in the Federal Register, where the public may comment on it.

It would ban the manufacture, importation and possession of bump stocks. If and when it goes into effect, those who own the devices would be required to destroy them.

A police review released after the 2017 Las Vegas shooting revealed that of the 22 semi-automatic rifles gunman Stephen Paddock had in his hotel room, 14 of them were equipped with bump stocks. The attack left 58 people dead.

The National Rifle Association (NRA), which frequently advocates against legislation restricting firearms, voiced its support of regulations on bump stocks in the aftermath.

<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RODOmH8CLAk" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RODOmH8CLAk</a>
Firearms Related / Re: good first gun
« Last post by marktucker on October 02, 2018, 08:39:58 AM »
24/7 is one of the few decent shooting guns that taurus made.
Hope yours wasn't one of the 100,000 24/7 that were part of the million gun recall and your TCP isn't one of the problematic ones.
Taurus is not as bad as some brands but I would carry my s&w or a glock or a sig or whatever over a taurus any day. If I had to use it I want to know that it will work.
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