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  1. This. I just want to buy a gun, an optic, bolt...

    This. I just want to buy a gun, an optic, bolt the one to the other as is, and go. I don't want to futz with finding the perfect aftermarket plate. I don't want giant sights sticking up. I don't...
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    I will say that Step #1 is Avoiding Obviously...

    I will say that Step #1 is Avoiding Obviously Stupid Behaviors like: leaving the keys in the car; leaving the keyless fob in the car; leaving your car running as you run in for something
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    Soon! (tm)

    Soon! (tm)
  4. She's not very bright, is she?

    She's not very bright, is she?
  5. That almost killed my Grandmother a couple of...

    That almost killed my Grandmother a couple of months ago- I'd even argue that it started the downward spiral that did lead to her death a few weeks later.



    Same here.
  6. I remember getting Swine Flu back in 2009. I was...

    I remember getting Swine Flu back in 2009. I was working on a car, and was almost finished, but my 'battery' just went flat. Even though I had just one bolt left to finish, I had to go home and lie...
  7. Waiting hours for an essential update to load,...

    Waiting hours for an essential update to load, only for something to interrupt your dialup.
  8. I'm becoming convinced that I need to move back...

    I'm becoming convinced that I need to move back to Glock myself.
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    I suspect that rebarreled mini-9's will be the...

    I suspect that rebarreled mini-9's will be the norm until Kel-Tec does something.
    A polymer framed copy of the SACM 1935A for instance.
  10. That being in the coronavirus family, it would...

    That being in the coronavirus family, it would act a lot like other respiratory coronavirus such as the common cold, and shift & mutate on a regular basis thus rendering a particular vaccination...
  11. I had Delta post vax, and it was basically a mild...

    I had Delta post vax, and it was basically a mild head cold. The worst part was the first couple of days, but it wasn't as miserable as the 12 hours of side effects I had from the vaccine.
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    It appears to me that there's a big gap between...

    It appears to me that there's a big gap between the underpowered mousegun ACP's like .25, .32, and .380 that won't make minimums (plus the various .22 rimfires), and the .357 service cartridges like...
  13. Thread: New S&W CSX

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    All new firearms tech is 'superfluous',...

    All new firearms tech is 'superfluous', 'useless', 'showy', 'a solution looking for a problem', 'unreliable compared to the old standard' and so on until it becomes popular.

    Anything other than a...
  14. A con's first victim may well be themselves.

    A con's first victim may well be themselves.
  15. One can also add in 50-60 year+ vintage TTP's...

    One can also add in 50-60 year+ vintage TTP's from Israel, the SAS, Shanghai, Spetsnaz, ad nauseaum. It's still the firearms version of the Weaboo who thinks his Chinesium katana is a lightsaber. ...
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    If I was asked to patch a small crack like that,...

    If I was asked to patch a small crack like that, in something like a guitar headstock or body, I'd do what Caballoflaco said. Let some thin superglue wick into the crack, let sit, then polish out...
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    Gun owner: a person who can bemoan the lack of...

    Gun owner: a person who can bemoan the lack of innovation in the gun world, then immediately disdain anything that's new and different.
  18. Credit where credit is due. Of the current lot...

    Credit where credit is due. Of the current lot of tech billionaires, Musk is the one who's not actively working to control people directly via some sort of cyberpunk dystopian multinational...
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    Maybe someone could reissue the SACM 1935a in...

    Maybe someone could reissue the SACM 1935a in this calibre? Or even sell SACM 1935a's with a conversion barrel and other needed bits

    I suspect Gun Jesus would approve.
  20. The Easy Button solution is: 1) Sell the Taurus....

    The Easy Button solution is:
    1) Sell the Taurus. You won't get much for it, but it should help going towards...
    2) Send the PX4 to Langdon for a RDO cut
    3) Get some sort of good optic to put on...
  21. In response to all those responses (and to get...

    In response to all those responses (and to get back to the you know thing):

    82356
  22. Have you ever given blood, or had your blood...

    Have you ever given blood, or had your blood drawn for testing, or have had a biopsy taken, or gone in for surgery? There's your DNA, tagged to your ID and medical records.

    If you're tinfoil...
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    There's the old fashioned means of jamming on...

    There's the old fashioned means of jamming on some old blues songs and figuring things out as you go.
  24. For those who keep quoting my 2017 comment based...

    For those who keep quoting my 2017 comment based on the single photo LL posted- my views changed completely after watching the documentary about Theranos "The Inventor: Out for Blood".
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    Since I'm one of those who has repeated asked for...

    Since I'm one of those who has repeated asked for an auto version of the .327, I'm not going to complain.

    Let's see how well it works.
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