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    Everyone, I would like to put this here for everyone.
    This has nothing to do with the actual guns but this administration idea that this is a start on blocking and controlling our hobbies.

    Please share and help because is could just be the start.

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    ACT TO SAVE THE M1 GARAND!
    The Obama Administration has stopped the importation of M1 Garands, M1 Carbines and other U.S. produced curio & relic firearms through a "policy decision."

    We are writing to you regarding the recent Executive Action by the Obama Administration, specifically the policy decision in which The White House stated:
    “Today, the Administration is announcing a new policy of denying requests to bring military-grade firearms back into the United States to private entities with only a few exceptions such as for museums. This new policy will help keep military-grade firearms off our streets.”
    Based on this Executive Action the following petition should be signed:
    https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/pet...earms/Gw1Pc64d
    American gun owners, collectors, dealers, distributors and retailers should sign the above online petition to The White House seeking reversal of President Barak Obama’s Executive Action against the importation into the United States of the WWII era U.S. M1 Garand rifles. The President’s recent decision will not allow the M1 Garand rifle to be imported into the United States. These firearms are highly sought after collectible guns and valued by U.S. veterans, sport and target shooters, and members of reenactment clubs devoted to bringing the History of World War II to life with public displays. These rifles are also used for participation in parades and variety of other community activities. These are not modern military weapons such as machine guns, and present no public safety issue in America. Please sign the petition now and get your customers to do the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WarcraftJJS View Post
    Everyone, I would like to put this here for everyone.
    This has nothing to do with the actual guns but this administration idea that this is a start on blocking and controlling our hobbies.

    Please share and help because is could just be the start.

    Email Blast:

    ACT TO SAVE THE M1 GARAND!
    The Obama Administration has stopped the importation of M1 Garands, M1 Carbines and other U.S. produced curio & relic firearms through a "policy decision."

    We are writing to you regarding the recent Executive Action by the Obama Administration, specifically the policy decision in which The White House stated:
    “Today, the Administration is announcing a new policy of denying requests to bring military-grade firearms back into the United States to private entities with only a few exceptions such as for museums. This new policy will help keep military-grade firearms off our streets.”
    Based on this Executive Action the following petition should be signed:
    https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/pet...earms/Gw1Pc64d
    American gun owners, collectors, dealers, distributors and retailers should sign the above online petition to The White House seeking reversal of President Barak Obama’s Executive Action against the importation into the United States of the WWII era U.S. M1 Garand rifles. The President’s recent decision will not allow the M1 Garand rifle to be imported into the United States. These firearms are highly sought after collectible guns and valued by U.S. veterans, sport and target shooters, and members of reenactment clubs devoted to bringing the History of World War II to life with public displays. These rifles are also used for participation in parades and variety of other community activities. These are not modern military weapons such as machine guns, and present no public safety issue in America. Please sign the petition now and get your customers to do the same.

    Again here is the Link.
    https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/pet...earms/Gw1Pc64d
    I may be wrong but didnt Obama do this back in 2010?
    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010...ique-m-rifles/
    I signed the petition though
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    Was given my grandfathers old 30 30 repeater and took it out last week its a neat rifle
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    Little quite around here.
    Just picked up a new AR lower. Thinking of making a SBR maybe around 10". Not sure if I'm going to do in 5.56, 9MM, or 300 Blackout?

    And also picked up a Eotech 553 for $300 at a gun show. (And it is real, I checked)
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    how about those slide stocks! pretty damn cool IMO. sucks that most assault rifles you buy only come with 10rs mags
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    Quote Originally Posted by fame126 View Post
    how about those slide stocks! pretty damn cool IMO. sucks that most assault rifles you buy only come with 10rs mags
    Sucks living in Cali bro! Those slide stocks are legit!!!! I want to do a modified 10/22 with a 100 round drum but its sooooooooooo illegal here. Finding the mags to switch out is easy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by McCrew530 View Post
    Sucks living in Cali bro! Those slide stocks are legit!!!! I want to do a modified 10/22 with a 100 round drum but its sooooooooooo illegal here. Finding the mags to switch out is easy!


    that would be sooo sick. that's on my bucket list for sure. just wanna sit there and hold the trigger for 100 rounds and watch the barrel smoke after
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    Quote Originally Posted by McCrew530 View Post
    Sucks living in Cali bro! !
    You people the half the problem you know many not Touey though wishing you people would slide off into the sea.

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    What you say make much sense. Funny was in grocery other day look at some golf magazines happenstance also to a shock seeing like maybe 3 golf magazines then like 10 gun ammunition magazines on about how to store ammunition, how to get guns, how to build bunkers, etc. and saying to myself is this crazy in grocery store like is some revolution upon the brink soon lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Touey View Post
    You people the half the problem you know many not Touey though wishing you people would slide off into the sea.
    Not a fan of guns Touey?

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    that would be sooo sick. that's on my bucket list for sure. just wanna sit there and hold the trigger for 100 rounds and watch the barrel smoke after
    There is a vid on Youtube where a guy melted his AR barrel because he was throwing so many rounds down range with one of those slide fire stocks.
    The 22 rounds are a little bit harder to get going with a slide fire because there is almost zero recoil.
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    I've been saving up to get this bad boy, and finally placed the order tonight. I can't wait to get her out to the range.





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    I also got one of these for the WASR 10/63...




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    How do you like the SAM, Trauma? - Sick gun, man. I've got an SGL21-61 and wouldn't trade it for anything...except maybe that.

    I'd like to put the Bonesteel folding stock on the SGL, but I've been busy buying other preps these days, not to mention trying to save. Not enough cash to go around these days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Irish Cannon View Post
    How do you like the SAM, Trauma? - Sick gun, man. I've got an SGL21-61 and wouldn't trade it for anything...except maybe that.

    I'd like to put the Bonesteel folding stock on the SGL, but I've been busy buying other preps these days, not to mention trying to save. Not enough cash to go around these days.
    I'll let you know later this week. I'm taking her out on Wednesday for a "commie gun day" shoot. I'm very impressed with it from a structural standpoint so far. I've ordered a midwest industries extended ak handguard upgrade for it. You can't go wrong with any Arsenal gun. They are quality. I LOVE my ak's!

    Bonesteel makes great stuff. I'm going to eventually add one of their side-folder stocks to my vepr 12. I'm still slowly prepping along myself. Naturally, the wife thinks I'm nuts...lol.

    Did you watch "American Blackout" on National Geographic yet? If not, it's a must-see my friend. Pretty frighteningly accurate of the chaos that would surely manifest itself, imo. The lesson to take home from it: Be prepared.







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    Quote Originally Posted by McCrew530 View Post
    Not a fan of guns Touey?
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    the miniature is more quick then reps. on best pre-workout thread
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    [QUOTE="Touey;4224867"]the miniature is more quick then reps. on best pre-workout thread[/QUOTE
    I have the large one that is 10.5 inches open length. It is a 1960s model with a pearl handle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trauma1 View Post

    Did you watch "American Blackout" on National Geographic yet? If not, it's a must-see my friend. Pretty frighteningly accurate of the chaos that would surely manifest itself, imo. The lesson to take home from it: Be prepared.






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    I watched it this week. I felt the same way; they did pretty well with making it accurate and believable/realistic. - I've never been one to fear power-grid outages, solar flares, EMP's, etc., but I guess it's all possible. I mainly got into survivalism because of the skill-set associated with it; I'm a self-sufficient person and don't like relying on others. My main fear is economic collapse (inevitable, unlike terrorist-related incidents), but if you're prepared for one you're prepared for all.

    Water, food, and guns to protect it.

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    http://www.thedailysheeple.com/gov-t...t-quits_112013

    Hope you guys saw this^^^^

    I personally believe things will be more costly, but I don't know how true it is that it'll be extremely difficult to get a hold of. - Really a bunch of crap that we're sending OUR mined goods overseas to have them smelted, and then sold back to us at higher prices.

    I love the earth, and I believe conservation is very important, but the EPA hardly does anything to protect our environment and is just another arm of government looking for their taste. I don't know what people expect when they put these people in power.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Irish Cannon View Post
    I watched it this week. I felt the same way; they did pretty well with making it accurate and believable/realistic. - I've never been one to fear power-grid outages, solar flares, EMP's, etc., but I guess it's all possible. I mainly got into survivalism because of the skill-set associated with it; I'm a self-sufficient person and don't like relying on others. My main fear is economic collapse (inevitable, unlike terrorist-related incidents), but if you're prepared for one you're prepared for all.

    Water, food, and guns to protect it.

    Space is starting to be a concern. I need a bigger place!
    I agree that if you prepare in general you'll be ready for whatever it may be. The economic collapse is coming whether people want to believe it or not. That is definitely a more likely scenario for mass hysteria in the near future, but the wild card of a terrorist event like (cyber attack, EMP, dirty bomb, etc) is still always in the back of my mind. I think means of communication (CB/HAM Radio) along with safety in numbers would be mandatory for long term success/safety. If it is an EMP, I guess those who put vital electronics in a faraday cage will be good-to-go.

    I'm totally running out of space as well my friend. I think my wife is going to kill me....haha!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Irish Cannon View Post
    http://www.thedailysheeple.com/gov-t...t-quits_112013

    Hope you guys saw this^^^^

    I personally believe things will be more costly, but I don't know how true it is that it'll be extremely difficult to get a hold of. - Really a bunch of crap that we're sending OUR mined goods overseas to have them smelted, and then sold back to us at higher prices.

    I love the earth, and I believe conservation is very important, but the EPA hardly does anything to protect our environment and is just another arm of government looking for their taste. I don't know what people expect when they put these people in power.

    Capitalism and industry are not the enemy here, it's greed.
    Yeah I saw it the other day. They are looking at every possible scenario to make it difficult to obtain ammo. The DHS was absolutely buying it up in massive quantities to dry up the civilian market of ammo. Anyone who thinks otherwise is just plain ignorant to the facts involved.

    They know they'll never get the guns (protected in the constitution), but they can circumvent it and go after the ammo on the political front. What better guise than using the EPA to shut down the last lead smelter in this country due to "environmental protection." It's obvious what the ulterior motive is, but they'll easily play it off as an environmental protection action for the better of the country; what a load of sh*t.

    FEMA is the governmental agency that scares me the most. That whole agency is shrouded in a cloak deception towards the American people, imo.



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    I like my smith and Wesson model 681 looking to get something smaller for carry either a hammerless snubnosed .38 or a subcompact hammerless 9mm semi. Possibly an AR type carbine just because my wife's trained on an m16 and it would be something she's familiar with, but then I live in a duplex and all the homes are close together making rifle rounds impractical for home defense so I may just have to train her on a handgun
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oscar View Post
    I like my smith and Wesson model 681 looking to get something smaller for carry either a hammerless snubnosed .38 or a subcompact hammerless 9mm semi. Possibly an AR type carbine just because my wife's trained on an m16 and it would be something she's familiar with, but then I live in a duplex and all the homes are close together making rifle rounds impractical for home defense so I may just have to train her on a handgun
    My Dad has a Taurus Bodyguard .38 that he keeps as a nightstand gun. If you are trying to find a hammerless revolver that is one worth looking into
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oscar View Post
    I like my smith and Wesson model 681 looking to get something smaller for carry either a hammerless snubnosed .38 or a subcompact hammerless 9mm semi. Possibly an AR type carbine just because my wife's trained on an m16 and it would be something she's familiar with, but then I live in a duplex and all the homes are close together making rifle rounds impractical for home defense so I may just have to train her on a handgun
    A Taurus Judge would be a great option to look at-It shoots a variety of ammo from 45 long to .410 shells that have loads designed specifically for home defense as well as some fun little specialty rounds (pepper blasters, bean bags, rubber bearings, etc) There extremely afordable and easy to use.

    Ive got 2 of them. One I keep as a nightstand gun and another one that I carry on occassion for PD and its also an excellent snake and hog gun if your ever out in the bush
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    Quote Originally Posted by MANotaur View Post

    A Taurus Judge would be a great option to look at-It shoots a variety of ammo from 45 long to .410 shells that have loads designed specifically for home defense as well as some fun little specialty rounds (pepper blasters, bean bags, rubber bearings, etc) There extremely afordable and easy to use.

    Ive got 2 of them. One I keep as a nightstand gun and another one that I carry on occassion for PD and its also an excellent snake and hog gun if your ever out in the bush
    ^x2. If you can afford the raging judge, get it. Larger shells and the beastly .454 casull.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oscar View Post
    I like my smith and Wesson model 681 looking to get something smaller for carry either a hammerless snubnosed .38 or a subcompact hammerless 9mm semi. Possibly an AR type carbine just because my wife's trained on an m16 and it would be something she's familiar with, but then I live in a duplex and all the homes are close together making rifle rounds impractical for home defense so I may just have to train her on a handgun
    You could always Build or buy a AR15 with a 9mm barrel. use 32 round uzi(?) mags. Functions just like a normal .223 but could load up with home defense rounds.

    Not saying go with Rock River, but not a bad one. I personal would just build it.
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    I like the judge but I didn't think about doing a custom ar build
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oscar View Post
    I like the judge but I didn't think about doing a custom ar build
    Palmetto State Armory is a good source for your first build. Plenty of great and better options though.
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    I have built one from Aares Armory idk if they ship but they have quality stuff and multiple platforms im looking into a 1911 build here soon
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    Quote Originally Posted by Irish Cannon View Post

    Palmetto State Armory is a good source for your first build. Plenty of great and better options though.
    Very good place. Always has good prices on stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oscar View Post
    I like my smith and Wesson model 681 looking to get something smaller for carry either a hammerless snubnosed .38 or a subcompact hammerless 9mm semi. Possibly an AR type carbine just because my wife's trained on an m16 and it would be something she's familiar with, but then I live in a duplex and all the homes are close together making rifle rounds impractical for home defense so I may just have to train her on a handgun

    Sounds like you want 2 or maybe 3 guns... smaller for carry and something the wife can use...

    If your primary sidearm is going to remain the 681 i would think about an Airweight revolver its hammerless and keeps the same battery of arms as your 681. Taurus and Ruger have different cylinder releases which makes for more training to be efficient which is very important especially with revolvers (Reloading a revolver under stress can be taxing so it helps if your revolvers work the same).

    A Judge is a very large carry weapon by most standards, if it's something your comfortable with that's fine... but in Texas you probably won't like wearing enough clothes to conceal it year around then it will become your winter gun and you'll get an Airweight anyway for a summer gun.

    As far as a rifle it's hard to beat an AR for utility, swapping uppers makes it a 5.56 or 9mm (or nearly anything other caliber for that matter) when the task changes. The fact that your wife is trained on it only helps.

    Lastly, if both you and your wife are carrying you'll need another gun lol.
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    you know what I've gotten into lately? gun kits. I've picked up a few parts kits from old WWII European guns, plus a double barrel 45LC/410 derringer to build.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EasyEJL View Post
    you know what I've gotten into lately? gun kits. I've picked up a few parts kits from old WWII European guns, plus a double barrel 45LC/410 derringer to build.
    Almost the same here. I've been building ARs from kits. Enjoy it a lot. I've also bought a couple 80% polymer lower kits for the kids. I have to finish the milling but its fun. And I don't need a huge machine shop for it. Oh best part. No paperwork needed.
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    Almost the same here. I've been building ARs from kits. Enjoy it a lot. I've also bought a couple 80% polymer lower kits for the kids. I have to finish the milling but its fun. And I don't need a huge machine shop for it. Oh best part. No paperwork needed.
    Shhhh don't talk about that too much with all these shootings that have gone down I am surprised that our home builds haven't been in the news more. All there anti gun freaks cry out about gun shows and 3d printing of guns I don't know how they leave out the non papered 80% kits
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    Quote Originally Posted by WarcraftJJS View Post
    Almost the same here. I've been building ARs from kits. Enjoy it a lot. I've also bought a couple 80% polymer lower kits for the kids. I have to finish the milling but its fun. And I don't need a huge machine shop for it. Oh best part. No paperwork needed.
    these things require machining, welding, all sorts of stuff, but its the only way to get a legal WWII gun of these sorts. I've got one sten, and a Yugo m56 so far

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    Quote Originally Posted by EasyEJL View Post

    these things require machining, welding, all sorts of stuff, but its the only way to get a legal WWII gun of these sorts. I've got one sten, and a Yugo m56 so far
    Full functioning?? And where the fook did you find a yugo!!?? The onlyworking ones ive seen have been in high end collections and go for 30+k.
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    Full functioning?? And where the fook did you find a yugo!!?? The onlyworking ones ive seen have been in high end collections and go for 30+k.
    to be legal, they have to either be manufactured as semi auto or built by a class 7 FFL manufacturer. My sten i'll do as semi auto, 16" barrel. the Yugo I may have an FFL build
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    to be legal, they have to either be manufactured as semi auto or built by a class 7 FFL manufacturer. My sten i'll do as semi auto, 16" barrel. the Yugo I may have an FFL build
    I figured as much. And a class vii?? Whats the defination of a class vii? I figured any class 3 would be able to do it?

    So its kind of like the soviet ak kits? All factory built and ready to go minus the parts that make it full auto?
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