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    Quote Originally Posted by 36trap View Post
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    Excellent work there. For me, as soon as that guy climbed up on the hood, it went from 'protesting' to 'rioting' so I think the cop did exactly the right thing.

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    Poor little snowflake.
    Vote!...save your country from becoming the next repressive nanny state.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blues View Post
    Poor little snowflake.

    Frosty 0.... Police Car, I mean Snowplow 1.....
    Be Aware-Stay Safe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 36trap View Post
    Make me warm and fuzzy.

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    ANTIFA eating one of their own with dog inside vehicle. Driver does not channel inner John Wick but the pup is trying to get some.

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    It's a shame those morons draw air.
    Vote!...save your country from becoming the next repressive nanny state.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdtompki View Post
    This discussion has highlighted the importance of provisioning each vehicle with additional magazines and non-lethal self defense tools. I don't often carry an extra 13 round magazine on my person, but that's going to change tomorrow. I'm also going to consider keeping an extra handgun in the car/truck when I'm traveling with my wife. I usual leave the car running when I get out to pick up something in a store; at that point she's left in the passenger seat of a running vehicle with no means of self defense. Finally, I'll want to figure out how best to secure a long gun, SBR in my case, in our truck. These are troubling times and I'm thankful to have moved to Idaho from California, but if the election doesn't favor the left we have more trouble ahead.
    @CraigS

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    I like that ScottLock. Saved it for future reference. Thanks for posting it.

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