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  1. Remington 700 in 7mm mag. Just brutal on my shoulder Desert Eagle in .357. What a POS. Broomhandle Mauser (Red 9) w/detachable stock. Not bad with stock attached but was always worried about it being a SBR and could never get a clear clarification in writing from any government agency. Without the stock, it was just awkward. AMT .45 backup. Very un-comfortable to shoot. Heavy recoil and completely useless on targets beyond 25'. Saiga 12 shotgun. Couldn't use lighter loads and have it cycle reliably. Had to use 3" shells which was very punishing for me. Any .44 or .50 magnum revolver. Just can't see the sense in beating myself up.
  2. Remington 700 in 7mm mag. Just brutal on my shoulder Desert Eagle in .357. What a POS. Broomhandle Mauser (Red 9) w/detachable stock. Not bad with stock attached but was always worried about it being a SBR and could never get a clear clarification in writing from any government agency. Without the stock, it was just awkward. AMT .45 backup. Very un-comfortable to shoot. Heavy recoil and completely useless on targets beyond 25'. Saiga 12 shotgun. Couldn't use lighter loads and have it cycle reliably. Had to use 3" shells which was very punishing for me. Any .44 or .50 magnum revolver. Just can't see the sense in beating myself up.
  3. Naw, you have to get one off before you leave the seat.....then get up and squeeze by him.
  4. Thanks for reminding me Rye. I'll have to stream the previous episodes to catch up to current.
  5. Cyber attack, yes. Direct armed conflict, no, they didn't attack the US. Remember, the Iranians are not Arabs.....they are Persians and they have direct access to the Persian Gulf, Straight of Hormuz and the Gulf of Oman. We sure as hell don't want our civilian and military assets bottled up in that would be cauldron.
  6. What the the Mexican cartel assassin's mother say to him? Te sacaras el ojo.
  7. There was no..... Black or White. Democrat or Republican. Pro 2nd Amendment or Anti 2nd Amendment. Hawks or Doves We were all Americans united by tragedy, disbelief, sorrow and anger.......if only for a few days.
  8. 4 because the spotters agreed on that and change of spotter. Edit: You call 4 misses a "particularly bad stage"? Hah
  9. Prety plane thay arrn't not the smarterest peaple in the Staet.
  10. My mother didn't cuss around us kids much, if at all. She evidently used to cuss in the laundry room where Sammy the parakeet lived in his cage. I might say that he had a very "colorful" vocabulary. It got so bad that when my ultra religious grandparents came to visit, Sammy had to stay in his cage, in the laundry room with the door shut. My mother had other sayings... If you had a shudder go down your spine "A possum just walked over your grave". "If everyone jumped of a bridge, are you going to jump of the bridge?" And a whole bunch more that I can't remember right now.
  11. Yep, wait until Black Friday and Christmas.
  12. Walmart sells tobacco products, alcohol and cell phones...... Alcohol related deaths per year 88,000 Tobacco related deaths per year 480,000 (There is no such thing as responsible tobacco use) Distracted driving deaths per year 3,285 No outcry or moves to eliminate selling these items that I have noticed.
  13. Actually, what they are trying to do has already been done. During WWII, we cut off the Japanese supply line of raw materials and food by invading strategic islands to eventually form a "ring" around Japan. It effectively suffocated from their supplies and turned them into an island unto themselves. It took years to accomplish but it worked although a couple of A-bombs had to finally accomplish victory. This is the same type of thing going on now. As we all know, the Japanese did not win. Simply boycotting corporations because of their lack of support or complete disdain for the 2nd Amendment isn't going to work. We are going to have to come up with another plan. I only wish I knew what that plan was.
  14. I've lived in Tampa Bay FL, the "Lightning Capitol of the US" for 50+ years. Been through some close ones. You can tell they're close because all your hair stands up on your body and the flash/boom are at the same time...even has a smell that I can't describe. When the flash and the boom are about 5 seconds apart, I go inside.
  15. The end of a war that cost the lives of 80+ million lives, about 3% of the world population at the time. All the friends that I knew who served during WWII are all gone. I do cherish their stories and for some of them, the memories haunted them until the day they passed. Unfortunately, I believe the sacrifices of those who went before are being ignored and forgotten by most of the younger generation.
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