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Chuck Steak

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About Chuck Steak

  • Birthday 06/23/1967

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    Fort Bragg NC
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  1. I assume that ban will not carry over to the gas powered airplanes that all of the hypocrites use to fly to their climate summits.............
  2. Sooo.... when shelves are bare and choices are limited, are there any powders that are NOT particularly well suited for CAS use when loading .38 and 12g Down to my last jar of Clays and a half can of 231 - it wont be long and I may be willing to grab whatever I can find ...not that it will matter if there are no primers to get the powder burning
  3. I can... They are BOTH tools. ...until the wielder employs one of them as a weapons. The semantics are always at the discretion of the owner. ALL of my guns are tools. Some tools are for targets - some tools are for critters - some tools are for pests. "Weapon" is just a preferential term for the tool you use against pests.
  4. Guns are tools - until they become weapons.
  5. Binge watching 'Deadwood' episodes is usually my "go-to" when the TV gets bogged down with political self-aggrandizement or biased talking heads.
  6. Sadly, he was never able to find a good tailor or a hair dresser that had graduated from barber college.
  7. Varsity Band - 3rd String Tuba Player
  8. Black Rifle Coffee fresh grounds in a reusable/universal Keurig filter makes a good cup of joe when you dont have the time or reason to brew an entire pot....
  9. I'm going to channel my 'inner John Kerry'..... "You know, education, if you make the most of it, you study hard, you do your homework and you make an effort to be smart, you can do well. If you don't, you get stuck in Seattle or Portland."
  10. This... THIS is the crux of the problem. Suppressor legislation dies on the vine for your money. National Reciprocity for concealed carry dies on the vine for your money. Jumping on the bump-stock hype bandwagon - "The NRA believes that devices intended to allow semi-automatic rifles to function like fully automatic rifles should be subject to additional regulations," Wayne LaPierre and Chris Cox, the group's top two leaders, said in the statement. - is what you got for your money. Pat Riot speaks a chilling truth when he posits that none of these other up and coming gun rights organizations have the juice that the NRA has built up over the years. Sadly, that juice has taken the form of "protection money" from the local street thugs. The NRA has abused the public trust that their members have given them. I still willingly pay my "protection money" for two reasons - there are a few places I go that require proof of NRA membership before they teach you the secret handshake. ...and because, just like the old man that owns the local 'Mom and Pop' store - the membership fee that I pay for "protection money" is worth the value of knowing a few secret handshakes. Everytime I renew, it takes a day or so to get the sour taste out of my mouth. Its a scary place when you realize that the only folks with enough clout inside the beltway to support your interests are nothing more than all the other folks with clout inside the beltway. A scary place indeed.
  11. well.... the gene pool DOES need a little Clorox poured into it every now and again
  12. So, is the NRA is being accused of doing shifty business with our membership and donation money? I just don't see how that is possible.
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