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  1. Chit-Chat
    You lose your leg when it explodes and your 40 feet away....... http://water-and-woods.com/2016/03/man-blows-his-leg-off-shooting-at-lawn-mower-filled-with-high-explosives/#
  2. Out of State Crimes
    According to the person who sent this to me: "This incident happened in Palestine Texas. It takes place in a restaurant, Applebee's, where the male officer wearing the camera approaches a theft suspect in the restroom of the restaurant and asks him to step outside. The male officer leads the...
  3. Open Firearm Discussions
    http://videowall.acc...?autoStart=true
  4. Chit-Chat
    http://houston.cbslo...using-bathroom/
  5. Chit-Chat
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vWa9iYYPYF4#t=16
  6. Chit-Chat
    http://www.thisblewmymind.com/jimmy-fallon-imitates-neil-young-what-happens-next-blows-everyone-away/#FJk4DxCPaEgKdSP6.99
  7. Suffolk County (licensing/laws)
    Hello everyone! So I'm wondering I have 3 long guns that do not require registration under the law. I have 1 long gun that did require registration under the law. I'm wondering what's the legal process if I die? I live with my wife. Just her and I in Suffolk County. Can she legally claim my...
  8. Semi-Auto [Handguns]
    Just curious....... I'm sure we have MANY members with more 'pistols' than space on the back of their card. What is SCPD's process after you exhaust the space? Maybe a pistol license the size of a clipboard?
  9. Open Firearm Discussions
    Of course this couldn't happen in the USA.
  10. Reloading
    Since I am trying not to think of my doggie, I went to Lowes and picked up a bunch of wood. Been meaning to build a reloading bench. Just have to make the sliding doors for in front of the shelves. Not bad for a weekend.
  11. Open Firearm Discussions
    Now that this thing is passing, what is happening with the trip?
  12. Chit-Chat
    In 1887 Alexander Tyler, a Scottish history professor at the University of Edinburgh, had this to say about the fall of the Athenian Republic some 2,000 years prior: "A democracy is always temporary in nature; it simply cannot exist as a permanent form of government. A democracy will continue to...
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