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Raylan

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  1. The Russian economy is about 1.6 trillion or around the size of Texas. The Chinese economy is around 14 trillion dollars. The US economy is around 22 trillion. The German economy is around 4 trillion dollars. The Japanese economy around 5 trillion dollars.
  2. If nothing else the last 5 to 6 years have been blatantly revealing of the depth and breadth of government corruption. But it has a long long history.......... https://technofog.substack.com/p/when-the-fbi-framed-four-innocent
  3. If you go to the Shield Arms website you can backorder them and they will be shipped in 2 to 4 weeks in my experience. The only time it took longer was when they changed from gen 1 mags to the new gen 2 mags. https://shieldarms.com/glock-43x-48-15-round-mag
  4. I have both and have carried both. My 1911's are in 45ACP. My Glocks are in 9mm. Currently carry a Glock 43x in 9mm with the Sheild Arms flush fit 15 round magazines. Like it because it is lighter and more compact than my Glock 19 but still fits my hand with a full grip and is thinner and less blocky more like a 1911. Nothing beats a good 1911 trigger unless you're talking a revolver in single action. I have no plans to get rid of any of them. I guess I am an apostate. I figure God the father has a Colt SAA in 45 colt, his Son has a 1911 in 45 ACP, and the Holy Ghost has a Glock i
  5. https://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/the-atfs-arbitrary-regulation-of-pistol-braces-is-an-intolerable-state-of-governance/ Please comment on the ATF website for this proposed regulation change and on their attempt to redefine what is a firearm and firearm reciever.
  6. A Gatling Gun. Cost somewhere around 1,000 to 1,500 dollars or more back then. I would then sell it, buy rifles (1873 winchester in 44-40, 1876 winchester in 45-70), pistols (1873 Colt SAA in 45 colt), and shotguns 12 gauge SXS Greeners. I would still have enough left over for some acreage, a home, barn, and livestock. Edit was thinking of 1886 winchester in 45-70 - so would wait seven years and buy one then.
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