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General Talk / Re: What is wrong with Keltec? Pee drinking?
« Last post by ddanno on Yesterday at 09:45:08 AM »
Sometimes you have to do what you have to do to survive. I would not do it if I didn't have to but if it was the only way to survive I would. If I was in a situation like that I would want to have a good gun with me too. Even though I would already have at least one hand gun on me anyway a short packable 5.56mm rifle could be very useful for defense or hunting. A bigger round would be better for some certain situations but 5.56mm is a versatile round.
Firearms Related / Re: good first gun
« Last post by ddanno on Yesterday at 09:35:13 AM »
I too feel that you would be over paying if you got the glock. It is much extra money for not much extra gun. You could get another gun and have money left over to put toward another gun or even buy a whole other gun depending on what you get. Between my work and just being vigilant in every day life I always have at least two and sometimes up to four (that you might know about) firearms on my person in addition to some knifes. The Walther may be fun at the range but it is not very good for using to defend your life and the people around you. It is like hunting you want something that will do the job and if you cannot make a clean kill you should not go into the forest in the first place. If you carry a gun you have to be willing to use it to protect yourself and others and actually stop a dangerous threat with it instead of just making an attacker more mad. The smallest I would even look at is a 380 but 9mm is better although still borderline. I will carry a 380 Taurus TCP but only ever as a backup gun since 380 does not have much stopping power so I never ONLY carry that gun.  My main carry is a Taurus 24/7 and that is almost how often I have it with me. I actually have two of them because they are very good guns. I have a 45 and a 9 and I would rather carry the 45 since it is a bigger round but I carry the 9 more often because the 45 gets heavy and has less rounds. I always have the TCP in a pocket or tucked into my boot while my main carry is carried on my left hip.  If my 24/7s are too big or too heavy I might carry another smaller semi auto and add a 38 Charter or Taurus 85 to what I am carrying either in another pocket or in a bag. Just as important as getting a gun that will do the job you have to actually carry the gun too. A 50 Desert Eagle will stop a bad guy but most people can not or would not carry one around. Ammo is important too. I usually have Federal Hydro Shock or RIP rounds in my main gun. In my backup TCP I carry FMJ rounds to make sure that they penetrate deep enough since 380 is not very powerful to start with.
General Talk / Re: Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court Hearings
« Last post by LivingDeadGirl on September 20, 2018, 10:31:23 PM »
Itís the last resort tactic for Dems nowadays.  Because now, for whatever reason, itís up to him to prove his innocence instead of being innocent until proven guilty.   

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General Talk / Re: Las Vegas police full report on 2017 Mandalay Bay attack
« Last post by ThatGuy762x51 on September 20, 2018, 12:25:21 PM »
An evil person did an evil thing. Their motive is that they're evil. I don't understand all the conspiracy that alot of people have built up around this.
General Talk / Re: Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court Hearings
« Last post by ThatGuy762x51 on September 20, 2018, 12:21:52 PM »
Where's David Brooks now? lol

Wow, who would have though it could get any crazier. It's Anita Hill round two. Out of the woodwork comes some woman who says he assaulted her 36 years ago. And she didn't tell anyone when:

- it happened
- after it happened
- for the rest of high school
- when he was at Yale
- when he was a law clerk
- when he worked at independent counsel office
- when he wrote the Starr Report
- when he worked for White House Counsel
- when he was White House Staff Secretary
- when he was US Court of Appeals circuit judge in DC

It's not like he hasn't been in the public eye. No... she just now decides to speak up when the rest of the democrats efforts to block him failed. It's nuts!
Firearm Review / Re: Best range day Barretts,Saiga,S&W 500 and more
« Last post by Jenoimala on September 20, 2018, 04:45:04 AM »
I just knew it was this. If anyone has a question I can answer it. Maybe I will know some things.
Firearms Related / Re: Ankle Holster
« Last post by Jenoimala on September 20, 2018, 04:44:52 AM »
The past, I have, but find the answer alone about this. This has been known.
Firearm Review / Re: Contrast! The NAA Mini, in .22LR or .22 mag
« Last post by TheHarleyB on September 19, 2018, 05:08:09 PM »
Wow. I don't think I've ever seen that one before or at least didn't know what it was. I think I've seen one with those hooks on it before and it makes sense now knowing that they're for a breaktop. That bead sight isn't much though even less than the regular sights! I know a few people that have and carry them and I've been looking hard at them. I was just thinking a few days ago that I might "pull the trigger" and get one (a regular one) this week. The ones I can find around here are only magnum though and you have to order the LR separately.
Firearm Review / Re: Contrast! The NAA Mini, in .22LR or .22 mag
« Last post by Rimfire86 on September 19, 2018, 01:45:45 PM »
I have been seriously eyeballing the ranger model - a breaktop for ease of reloading
plink with the 22lr chamber and carry the 22wmr for emergencies

News, Articles & Columns / Re: CA law on handgun advertisements challeneged
« Last post by masfonos on September 19, 2018, 10:03:59 AM »
And you need a state approved locking device for each weapon too!

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