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Liberalism - Skydiving w/out a parachute.   Perfect.

An inexpensive PSA (Palmetto State Armory) would do.

I have 1976 Mini-14 that a guy gave me to pay off a $100 debt back in the mid 80's. The peep sight was broken off, and the barrel was shit, but it fired so I took it.   About 15 years ago th

On 6/29/2020 at 1:17 PM, slideman said:

The language of the amendment is clear. There is no individual right. There is the right to maintain a militia.

A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.

 

A well cooked breakfast, being necessary for a busy day, the right of the people to cook and eat bacon and eggs, shall not be infringed.

 

Now, who has the right; the breakfast or the people

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6 hours ago, solarcell said:

A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.

 

A well cooked breakfast, being necessary for a busy day, the right of the people to cook and eat bacon and eggs, shall not be infringed.

 

Now, who has the right; the breakfast or the people

Now you've done it...

 

Lol

 

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21 hours ago, Blue Devil said:

Imagine that the bullseye

...is a violent ANTIFA Communist malcontent:

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Are you trying to tell us to shoot the BLACK?

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1 hour ago, Skans said:

Are you trying to tell us to shoot the BLACK?

 

Stop the Threat.

 

But then, like the Model T Ford...

 

"Any customer can have a car painted any color that he wants so long as it is black."

 

8>)

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30 minutes ago, guilluamezenz said:

i have an axe and a baseball bat so if i am real quiet and wait to you are asleep i can get a gun easy enough maxresdefault.jpg

@Blue Devil, Check out the pimped 10-22!  He's got an Axe and a bat too!!!  Scary what these Communists come up with.   What do you think he's going to do with that pimped-out 10-22 with a big 'ol scope on it when someone breaks into his shack?  Is that Bipod for those 1000 yard head shots?

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9 minutes ago, Skans said:

@Blue Devil, Check out the pimped 10-22!  He's got an Axe and a bat too!!!  Scary what these Communists come up with.   What do you think he's going to do with that pimped-out 10-22 with a big 'ol scope on it when someone breaks into his shack?  Is that Bipod for those 1000 yard head shots?

 

Yeah, ...he must have gotten'em with his Barbie-N-Ken doll ANTIFA collection.

 

Nothing says ANTIFA Warrior - like a COD pimped 10/22.

 

Check out the 550 cord.

 

Tacti-cool.

 

Ha!

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6 minutes ago, Skans said:

@Blue Devil, Check out the pimped 10-22!  He's got an Axe and a bat too!!!  Scary what these Communists come up with.   What do you think he's going to do with that pimped-out 10-22 with a big 'ol scope on it when someone breaks into his shack?  Is that Bipod for those 1000 yard head shots?

no that is what the axe is for..oh and this double-defense-shotgun-over-under.pnga friend owed me 200$ so now i have a maverick and a box of shells ho ho ho 

 

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1 minute ago, guilluamezenz said:

no that is what the axe is for..oh and this double-defense-shotgun-over-under.pnga friend owed me 200$ so now i have a maverick and a box of shells ho ho ho 

 

 

A Tacti-cool O/U...!?!

 

Enjoy reloading in hell.

 

Ha!

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2 minutes ago, Blue Devil said:

 

Yeah, ...he must have gotten'em with his Barbie-N-Ken doll ANTIFA collection.

 

Nothing says ANTIFA Warrior - like a COD pimped 10-22.

 

Check out the 550 cord.

 

Tacti-cool.

 

Ha!

Oh, snap, I missed the cord!!!  That must be for scaling Neighborhood Walls. 

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14 minutes ago, Blue Devil said:

 

A Tacti-cool O/U...!?!

 

Enjoy reloading in hell.

 

Ha!

Hey, don't laugh, BD, all skeet-hunters know you need a red-dot site for the fat juicy ones, and a flashlight if you are going to hunt them at night. 

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23 minutes ago, RelictLeperedFrog said:

I have been working the reloading shed like a chink in a sweatshop.

For $38,000 you could just set it and forget it:

 

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You could probably find a used Camdex on Ebay for about $20K.

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49 minutes ago, Blue Devil said:

 

Yeah, ...he must have gotten'em with his Barbie-N-Ken doll ANTIFA collection.

 

Nothing says ANTIFA Warrior - like a COD pimped 10/22.

 

Check out the 550 cord.

 

Tacti-cool.

 

Ha!

Damn, been 30 years since I heard the name 550 cord.

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There are many types of magazines for the Ruger 10/22. The standard 10/22 ships with a black 10-round polymer rotary magazine, the BX-1. Ruger has also introduced a transparent polycarbonate version ("40th-anniversary edition") of the BX-1 called the BX-1CLR, as well as a 1-round version for training and a 5-round version for states or countries that restrict magazine capacities. In 2011–2012, Ruger came out with the BX-25, a curved 25-round box magazine with a black composite frame and steel feed lips, as well as the 15-round BX-15 box magazine for states that restrict magazine capacities. Aftermarket options include 25-, 30-, and 50-round box magazines; 50-round teardrop-shaped rotary magazines, and 50- and 110-round drum magazines.

The standard BX-1 rotary magazine stores the cartridges in a cogwheel-like holder, rather than stacked as seen in a box magazine. This allows the magazine to be very compact and fit flush into the rifle without protruding from the stock at the natural balance point for one-handed carry. The bolt of the rifle pushes a cartridge from the metal feeding lip of the magazine with each shot, allowing the next cartridge to feed into place. Due to its time-tested reliability, the rotary magazine is also used by the Ruger's American Rimfire series bolt-action rifles, as well as the 10/22-footprinted "Summit" toggle-action rifles produced by Primary Weapon Systems/Vorquartsen. Even Ruger's market competitor Savage Arms has recently adopted a detachable rotary magazine design similar to the BX-1 in its new A series (semi-automatic) and B series (bolt-action) rimfire rifles.

Not all Ruger 10/22 magazines are interchangeable. The owners manual for the 10/22 Magnum model states, "Do not attempt to use standard 10/22 magazines in the 10/22 Magnum rifles or load .22 Short, Long, or Long Rifle ammunition into the .22 Magnum. They will not function correctly and are unsafe to use in .22 Magnum rifles." It goes on to say, "Never attempt to use .22 Long Rifle ammunition in Ruger 10/22 Magnum rifle magazines. The cartridges have a smaller case diameter and can split or burst when fired in the larger magnum chamber, releasing hot powder gasses and particle fragments out of the action at high speed, possibly resulting in injury to the shooter or bystanders."

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