“Why call 911? 1911 is faster”

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#611 Jan 17, 2013
Cookie_Parker wrote:
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Why would I spend time reading the Federalist papers when there have been amendments to that?
Don't go back in time and think everyone else will.
Because you might learn something.

Your claim was
Cookie_Parker wrote:
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Not true..the militia when the constitution was written were volunteers who fought against the British, dude.
You attempted to use history to defend your opinion, incorrectly. Then you tell someone else donít go back in history.

“Why call 911? 1911 is faster”

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#612 Jan 17, 2013
Denny Crain wrote:
<quoted text>My information came from the internet. It may have been right and it may have been wrong. Since there is no registration of the true number it is all a guess. I posted a link that said Texas has 20% of America's guns. Again that may be right and it may be wrong :)
Yes, but his counter was based on just three individuals.

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#613 Jan 17, 2013
Denny Crain wrote:
<quoted text>I wish I had more trouble getting my wallet out :)
Yeah, that rich wife of your's must keep you on a pretty short financial leash.

“Why call 911? 1911 is faster”

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#614 Jan 17, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
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Hey Crain!!! I found your website!!!
http://www.thektog.org/forum/f87/p3at-range-t...
Almost word for word...LMFGDAO
You have a funny idea of almost word for word.

“Why call 911? 1911 is faster”

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#615 Jan 17, 2013
GMGMIKE wrote:
<quoted text>... and any expert knows not to carry a gun in your back pocket and if you do you should change it from time to time or risk the constant pressure from sitting on it which... may bend the frame... take a look at your wallet and see how it gets shaped ... now of coarse the gun won't bend as much as a wallet but any change in the gun will make it shoot differently ... but i bet ya knew that ... plus the fact the NRA disapproves this way of carrying for many reasons ... the front pocket of your dominant arm is were it is suggested to carry ... you know little things like pickpockets... leaving an outline in the pants defeating the purpose of comcelment not to mention what if your sitting when your attacker comes at you ... unexpected grabing from an intruder coming up from behind you ...... and it takes to much time to pull from your back pocket and return to a fire position especially if your facing another gun that is being held against you ... you may be good at the range but when it comes to when the bullet hits the bone your a beginner ...
Is your ass so big itíll bend the frame of a firearm? Myself, I would never carry in my back pocket simply from the standpoint of comfort. I wouldnít worry about bending the frame.

Now, I do agree with you on practice with your regular carry. I take my concealed carry out at least once a month and run 100-150 rounds through it. Itís said youíre only half as good under duress. Probably a total of 3,000 rounds over the years.
My conceal carry is a Walther PPK/S. Iím comfortable carrying a little .380.

I should be going to Georgia next week and will carry something a bit larger. Iíll bring my Kimber Eclipse Target since I can carry open there. That one Iíve run cases of rounds through it. At least 12,000 rounds. Is that enough for you?

“Why call 911? 1911 is faster”

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#616 Jan 17, 2013
Denny Crain wrote:
<quoted text>No doubt it is very different if you are being shot at. I bought the gun only because of its tiny size and weight. I am not in love with a .380 round. Keltec was the first I saw this small now several companies make it but the all have the long nasty trigger pull as a safety
Not true. I bought three .380ís. First was the Colt Mustang, I didnít care for the sights. Bought an AMT backup, the sights are better but didnít care for how it felt. It shot ok, but I wasnít comfortable with it. I still own the AMT. Finally bought the Walther. Sights are excellent for such a small firearm. It feels good in the hand. The real seller for me was the safety which also acts as a decock. Flip the safety and youíre in double action mode. Fire the first shot and youíre single action mode with a nice smooth trigger.

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#617 Jan 17, 2013
The Truth wrote:
<quoted text>No worse than liberal idiots trying to define what an "assault weapon" is when they don't know their ass from a hole in the ground.
Perhaps....could you define an assault weapon?

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#618 Jan 17, 2013
eternal cynic wrote:
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Thatís not what you said in the post I responded to.
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exactly what I said .... the MEDIA are you the media you want to call mixed races white/black be my guest .. now do you actually have a point some where here or just being LIM

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#619 Jan 17, 2013
eternal cynic wrote:
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Because you might learn something.
Your claim was
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You attempted to use history to defend your opinion, incorrectly. Then you tell someone else donít go back in history.
rider to the second amendment.....

The first legislation on the subject was The Militia Act of 1792 which provided, in part:

That each and every free able-bodied white male citizen of the respective States, resident therein, who is or shall be of age of eighteen years, and under the age of forty-five years (except as is herein after excepted) shall severally and respectively be enrolled in the militia,... every citizen, so enrolled and notified, shall, within six months thereafter, provide himself with a good musket or firelock....

so now the 2nd only covers 18-45 of age now what

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#620 Jan 17, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text>Perhaps....could you define an assault weapon?
Assault weapon is a non-technical term referring to any broad category of firearms with certain features. Assault weapons include some semi-automatic rifle, some pistols and some shotguns.

an attack with any instrument can be considered an assualt weapon

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#621 Jan 17, 2013
eternal cynic wrote:
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Is your ass so big itíll bend the frame of a firearm? Myself, I would never carry in my back pocket simply from the standpoint of comfort. I wouldnít worry about bending the frame.
Now, I do agree with you on practice with your regular carry. I take my concealed carry out at least once a month and run 100-150 rounds through it. Itís said youíre only half as good under duress. Probably a total of 3,000 rounds over the years.
My conceal carry is a Walther PPK/S. Iím comfortable carrying a little .380.
I should be going to Georgia next week and will carry something a bit larger. Iíll bring my Kimber Eclipse Target since I can carry open there. That one Iíve run cases of rounds through it. At least 12,000 rounds. Is that enough for you?
I've been to Georgia. You definitely need a bigger gun to take down those pork-fed folks there! Wee-doggies! Why do you have TWENTY 1911's and you never bother to carry even ONE in public? Are you ashamed of them?

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#622 Jan 17, 2013
tallyho wrote:
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rider to the second amendment.....
The first legislation on the subject was The Militia Act of 1792 which provided, in part:
That each and every free able-bodied white male citizen of the respective States, resident therein, who is or shall be of age of eighteen years, and under the age of forty-five years (except as is herein after excepted) shall severally and respectively be enrolled in the militia,... every citizen, so enrolled and notified, shall, within six months thereafter, provide himself with a good musket or firelock....
so now the 2nd only covers 18-45 of age now what
Here's a more realistic look at the 2A:

http://truth-out.org/news/item/13890-the-seco...

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#623 Jan 17, 2013
tallyho wrote:
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Assault weapon is a non-technical term referring to any broad category of firearms with certain features. Assault weapons include some semi-automatic rifle, some pistols and some shotguns.
an attack with any instrument can be considered an assualt weapon
Yeah, and that nebulous of a definition is going to make them near impossible to outlaw....likewise high-capacity magazines, since three 10 round magazines, can be taped together easily....Though we can appreciate the President trying to quell the outrage, these measures are at best, window dressing....

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#624 Jan 17, 2013
Ferrerman wrote:
<quoted text>I've been to Georgia. You definitely need a bigger gun to take down those pork-fed folks there! Wee-doggies! Why do you have TWENTY 1911's and you never bother to carry even ONE in public? Are you ashamed of them?
Probably a good idea to take the following also:

1. White pickup truck with 48" Dick Cepeck Monster Mudders & an 8" lift kit
2. Stars and bars, deer and ducks unlimited stickers on back window (see #1)
3. White sheet (you never know)
4. 3/4 case of Bud Light
5. Empty bottle for spitoon (see #4)
6. Redman snap-back cap with fishin' hook on bill
7. Sleeveless Lynyrd-Skynyrd tour shirt from 1971
8. Belt sheath for Leatherman
9. Leatherman tool (see #8)
10. Glove compartment full of unemployment check stubs

Hey, what can I say - I've been and lived there too.

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#625 Jan 17, 2013
Ferrerman wrote:
<quoted text>Here's a more realistic look at the 2A:
http://truth-out.org/news/item/13890-the-seco...
as written in original... the day a person is born can own an arm .... what we have here US is a lack of common sense/judgement/execution

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#626 Jan 17, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text>Yeah, and that nebulous of a definition is going to make them near impossible to outlaw....likewise high-capacity magazines, since three 10 round magazines, can be taped together easily....Though we can appreciate the President trying to quell the outrage, these measures are at best, window dressing....
yes an appeasement ,, but the Government has no business in this legally ...

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#627 Jan 17, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text>Yeah, and that nebulous of a definition is going to make them near impossible to outlaw....likewise high-capacity magazines, since three 10 round magazines, can be taped together easily....Though we can appreciate the President trying to quell the outrage, these measures are at best, window dressing....
Crain, and others like him, are their own worst enemies when they get to bragging on their talents and revealing 'secrets' when they think they are putting the kibosh on ANY laws concerning guns. Him bragging about taping 10 round mags together and about how quickly even his senile old self can swap out mags makes the government think they better outlaw all semi-automatics. Then he gets to boasting about how many a GI lost bets to British soldiers who could out-fire an M1 Garand with their bolt action Springfield's so, better just ban all of those too!

Damn Crains's eff it up for everybody!

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I wish everyone had one.

#628 Jan 17, 2013
Ferrerman wrote:
<quoted text>I've been to Georgia. You definitely need a bigger gun to take down those pork-fed folks there! Wee-doggies! Why do you have TWENTY 1911's and you never bother to carry even ONE in public? Are you ashamed of them?
Another well done "scorned woman's" post.

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#629 Jan 17, 2013
milwaukee69 wrote:
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Probably a good idea to take the following also:
1. White pickup truck with 48" Dick Cepeck Monster Mudders & an 8" lift kit
2. Stars and bars, deer and ducks unlimited stickers on back window (see #1)
3. White sheet (you never know)
4. 3/4 case of Bud Light
5. Empty bottle for spitoon (see #4)
6. Redman snap-back cap with fishin' hook on bill
7. Sleeveless Lynyrd-Skynyrd tour shirt from 1971
8. Belt sheath for Leatherman
9. Leatherman tool (see #8)
10. Glove compartment full of unemployment check stubs
Hey, what can I say - I've been and lived there too.
You forgot the GMC truck that stands for Genuine Milk Cow.
My famous redneck neighbor had that scrawled across his windshield.

“I was a Grim Reaper”

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Since: Apr 07

But now I take antidepressants

#630 Jan 17, 2013
Bar Fly_ok wrote:
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Another well done "scorned woman's" post.
It's especially ironic since many of us have seen Ferrermans picture. He looks like Wilfred Brimley IF Wilfred REALLY let himself go.........

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