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#799
Jan 21, 2013
 
milwaukee69 wrote:
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Down there, they like to mix their religeon and politics.
The SB's rule many of those "bile belt" towns.
don't forget the farmer sir...PEA picking time the rise in speeding tickets increases along with the amount of the fine
which equates to how many days in in jail....till the crop is in

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Jan 21, 2013
 
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Letís look at facts. Even a very heavy person, say 400 pounds still doesnít have the weight required to bend the frame. Besides lacking the weight required thereís a great deal of padding to distribute the weight. Not all 400 pounds would be resting on the frame.
I canít completely hide my .380. I carry it in my front pocket using a holster which distorts the outline. You can tell I have something in my pocket but itís not a clear outline of a firearm. Iíve never felt comfortable with inside the waistband holsters. Besides, Iíve always felt a shirt not tucked in looks sloppy. Given our weather here in Florida a jacket to conceal isnít much of an option for concealment.
I never stated I carried in my back pocket. In fact I stated I felt that was a bad idea. Not because it may bend the frame.
Sorry, I was going by what whoever that guy Is posted. I am totally on the side of carrying whatever the biggest gun is you can cancel and stop any bad guy who needs stopping. The rest was just me being funny, well, trying to funny. Curses, foiled again.
I have seen the front pocket wallet gun disguisers. I think manufacturers, though, have not taken into account the number of us short women who are looking for products. I have not seen anything well-designed for us that are, say, somewhat short. There are some really nice conceal purses, but otherwise, making a holster pink doesn't adjust it for a female. As I said earlier, stature-wise I could possibly conceal a derringer.

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Jan 21, 2013
 
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don't forget the farmer sir...PEA picking time the rise in speeding tickets increases along with the amount of the fine
which equates to how many days in in jail....till the crop is in
Carter is from Plains, Georgia. That's a whole bunch "down yonder" from where I was.

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milwaukee69 wrote:
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I lived in a small town in Coweta County, Newnan - about 35 minutes SW of Atlanta.
Some of the oldest houses in America are in that town - along with some of the most out-dated thinking and lifestyles.
Years ago, i was offered a good job in Atlanta, looked for homes and found Newnan the best area, as it was outside the big city feel. Also, it was missed being destroyed, during the war....your right, absolutely beautiful older homes....finally passed on the job, just because, having grown up in S. Chicago, i got a bad black/white, danger-type vibe around Atlanta....sad, but true....

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Jan 21, 2013
 
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text>Years ago, i was offered a good job in Atlanta, looked for homes and found Newnan the best area, as it was outside the big city feel. Also, it was missed being destroyed, during the war....your right, absolutely beautiful older homes....finally passed on the job, just because, having grown up in S. Chicago, i got a bad black/white, danger-type vibe around Atlanta....sad, but true....
Oh yeah - although Newnan, "City of Homes," is one of the oldest cities in Georgia, surprisingly, most people that are living in the city now are transplants from up North (aka: carpetbaggers, lol). Most of the "Bubbas" live in the surrounding towns and suburbs of Newnan. It's the "City of Homes." I liked Coweta County - the food, the weather and the women. But not necessarilly in that order.

Racism runs rampant in that part of the country.

Bumper sticker seen just outside of Atlanta, "If I'd known back then what I know now, I would've picked my own damn cotton"

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Jan 21, 2013
 
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If this wasnít a pseudo anonymous forum I probably wouldnít give so many details about what I own. That would simply be advertising to criminals. Law enforcement absolutely can trace any of us on this forum. Without a doubt Topix associates an IP number with every post. I simple warrant to Verizon in my case would yield my name and address for law enforcement.
Mike is simply batshit crazy.
There has been a case in Texas already where Topix was ordered to turn over names of anonymous posters. Lesher if you want to read the details.

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milwaukee69 wrote:
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Carter is from Plains, Georgia. That's a whole bunch "down yonder" from where I was.
We went through Andersonville, on a trip through Georgia once, it was fascinating....a must for any Civil War historians....

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Polite manners..

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Jan 21, 2013
 
Junior Samples BRA 549.. from Ga.

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Jan 21, 2013
 
The morons in Albany were so eager to pass the SAFE Act they forgot to include an exemption for law enforcement and retired law enforcement. Most All NY police are in vilation of the new law until an exemption amendment is passed. 1200 jobs at the Remington plant in Illion(population 8000) are in jeapardy. Lots of $ are probably going to be lost, how many pistol and rifle matches will be cancelled? Our police may have to look to out of state suppliers for magazines.

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Naughtyrobot wrote:
The morons in Albany were so eager to pass the SAFE Act they forgot to include an exemption for law enforcement and retired law enforcement. Most All NY police are in vilation of the new law until an exemption amendment is passed. 1200 jobs at the Remington plant in Illion(population 8000) are in jeapardy. Lots of $ are probably going to be lost, how many pistol and rifle matches will be cancelled? Our police may have to look to out of state suppliers for magazines.
All too often, legislation is passed (and elections are decided) on emotion instead of logic and reason. This is the great flaw of liberalism...and the key to it's success.

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Jan 21, 2013
 
info: The first exception for the previous "assault weapons" ban is that anything classified above is not an "assault weapon" if manufactured BEFORE September 13, 1994. However with the new laws there are no exceptions.

New York state resident peace officers may still own "assault weapons".

Military members stationed within New York state may still bring assault weapons into New York, provided the military member has approval from his or her command.

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eternal cynic wrote:
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If this wasnít a pseudo anonymous forum I probably wouldnít give so many details about what I own. That would simply be advertising to criminals. Law enforcement absolutely can trace any of us on this forum. Without a doubt Topix associates an IP number with every post. I simple warrant to Verizon in my case would yield my name and address for law enforcement.
Mike is simply batshit crazy.
That is the worst kind if crazy. No FDA approved drugs to treat that kind.

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Jan 21, 2013
 
tallyho wrote:
info: The first exception for the previous "assault weapons" ban is that anything classified above is not an "assault weapon" if manufactured BEFORE September 13, 1994. However with the new laws there are no exceptions.
New York state resident peace officers may still own "assault weapons".
Military members stationed within New York state may still bring assault weapons into New York, provided the military member has approval from his or her command.
The magazine ban applies, no mag over 10 rounds may be owned, you have one year to sell them out of state. Any 10 round magazine may not hold more than 7 rounds. Pistol or rifle. No exceptions, yet. I need clarification, are fixed magazines included? Such as a semi-auto Marlin model 60 rifle .22lr with a 14 round fixed tubular magazine?

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Jan 21, 2013
 
go figure

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Jan 21, 2013
 
Naughtyrobot wrote:
<quoted text>The magazine ban applies, no mag over 10 rounds may be owned, you have one year to sell them out of state. Any 10 round magazine may not hold more than 7 rounds. Pistol or rifle. No exceptions, yet. I need clarification, are fixed magazines included? Such as a semi-auto Marlin model 60 rifle .22lr with a 14 round fixed tubular magazine?
yea and your point ?????????? law enforcement have exemptions

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milwaukee69 wrote:
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I lived in a small town in Coweta County, Newnan - about 35 minutes SW of Atlanta.
Some of the oldest houses in America are in that town - along with some of the most out-dated thinking and lifestyles.
Then you were fairly removed from the insanity. I was in Sandy Springs, just a few miles north of the city line. The traffic seldom stops.

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milwaukee69 wrote:
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Down there, they like to mix their religeon and politics.
The SB's rule many of those "bile belt" towns.
Yes they do. The further out you get the more ďcountryĒ it becomes.

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Me I Know Notheeng wrote:
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There has been a case in Texas already where Topix was ordered to turn over names of anonymous posters. Lesher if you want to read the details.
Thatís no surprise. I would be interested in reading the details.

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