I Think my Romanian M44 was $65 back in 04.
Never thought I'd see an Aug/Msar next to a Hi point XD
I’m not breaking the law. I've never broken the law with respect to guns and I'm not encouraging anyone else to do so.That post both technically violates the CoC about breaking the law, and could be used against you in court my blue draconic friendo. Best delete it. Not faulting you, but giving advice.
This post could be held against you if they do.I’m not breaking the law. I've never broken the law with respect to guns and I'm not encouraging anyone else to do so.
On March 29th, 2018 the California ban on "high capacity" magazines was struck down. The CA district attorney filed for a stay of that ruling, which was granted a week after the original ruling (effective April 5th, 2019.) During that week it was legal to assemble or import "high capacity" magazines. After the ruling was stayed the judge ruled that magazines that were manufactured or imported during that week wee legal to keep and use.
Nothing I did during that week violates the law and thus I'm not in violation of the ToS. Keeping those magazines is legal (for now.) I'm not posting pics because the 9th Circuit Court of appeals may set aside that original ruling at any time, which could ex post facto make the magazines illegal (which is itself a violation of the Constitution, but that's not stopped the 9th Circus before...) If that happens, I'll read over the exact text of the ruling and make sure that I remain in compliance with the law (however unconstitutional it may be.)
It's a post describing the law and describing how I'm in compliance with the law. You can't made a formerly legal activity illegal and then go after someone for doing something that was legal at the time. If that were the case we'd always be in legal jeopardy because something you do & post about today may be banned tomorrow.This post could be held against you if they do.
Hey! That looks like a Stack-On gun safe! Ya know, in Kalifornastan the green ones aren't legal, only the black Stack-On cabinets. Yeah, that whole finish color thing for the Cali DOJ.Man that reminds me, I'm gonna have to make some effort to let off some of my binary this year
Hey! That looks like a Stack-On gun safe! Ya know, in Kalifornastan the green ones aren't legal, only the black Stack-On cabinets. Yeah, that whole finish color thing for the Cali DOJ.
Nice stash of Binary, there.
Rifles are illegal for hunting in your state?! Yikes. I thought rifles were legal for hunting everywhere in the USA.I’ve been hunting with my dad for a couple of years now, and have handled shotguns and muzzleloaders quite a bit (rifles are illegal to use for hunting in my state).
I use a 20 gauge Remington model 1187 shotgun regularly, and I use a Thompson Center muzzleloader, I can’t remember the exact model. My dad also purchased a Ruger LC9s handgun for me to purchase off him in the future, when I get a license to carry.
I’ll have to take some pictures of them later. I still live with my parents, and my mom doesn’t trust me with the key to the gun safe yet.
Rifles are illegal for hunting in your state?! Yikes. I thought rifles were legal for hunting everywhere in the USA.
As a NH resident, you have my condolences about those gun laws, but given how densely packed it is down there, it doesn't surprise me they did that :/Yup, they’re mostly illegal here in Massachusetts for hunting. This state is pretty bad about their gun laws, so we can only use rifles for sport shooting and self defense, as long as you have the proper license. Rifles can be used still, but not in the zone in which I live.
Massachusetts is crowded, so their use is limited. I just checked to make sure.
As a NH resident, you have my condolences about those gun laws, but given how densely packed it is down there, it doesn't surprise me they did that :/