On Thu, 2 Aug 2012 10:11:33 -0400, "Stormin Mormon"
On the rare occasion I go to a fast food joint for a burger, Five Guys. ;-)
Other than that, it's Chick-Fil-A for a chicken sandwich but that's rare too.
I generally go to sit-down restaurants. They're not much more expensive for
lunch (generally boils down to the tip) and the food is much better. Often
they're much cheaper because the vendor is picking up the bill. ;-)
The only ones I have ever seen marked were mid ban items stamped "for
law enforcement only" from a couple makers.
Other than that they are not usually marked. The only way to ID the
actual year of manufacture would be if the company altered the design or
didn't exist before the date in question. There were a few outfits that
did this to placate the gun grabbers but for the most part there is
Plus if you are good with sheet metal you could easily make your own. I
made a few 20 round ones for a Mini just to see if a tighter and better
fitting mag had an impact on anything other than feeding.
Right. I saw an ad once (Ebay?) for the very hatchet George Washington used
to chop down the legendary cherry tree.
Part of the description read: "Since 1742 the hatchet has had the handle
replaced seven times and the head replaced twice. Other than that, it is the
A few years ago I ordered some XD magazines from a California supplier and
screwed up the product number. When I realized I had the CA 10 round version
of the standard 16 round mag, I exchanged them. No problem with the exchange
but I did notice while the 10 rounders were shipped from CA, the full
capacity ones came from NV.
The Marlin 795 is also inexpensive and is often on sale. It takes a 10 round
box magazine rather than messing around with the tube. For some unknown
reason the magazine actually interchange with the new XT-22 and the older
Marlin bolt actions although they are 7 rounds.
The Ruger Charger is a 10" barrel 10/22. Ruger says it's a pistol, so.
voila, it's a handgun not a SBR. It's a rather odd duck, a little too heavy
to use as a handgun gracefully, and you can't shoulder it like a rifle.
Between the two, imho the Marlins are better out of the box, but the 10/22
is like a Barbie doll. Ruger should just sell the bare receivers for the
people that throw everything else away.
Ruger recently came out with their own 25 round mag. It's well made and
seems to feed better than the Butler Creek Hotlips for a competetive price.
It's definitely better than the Butler Creek knockoffs.
Bill Ruger must be doing 45 rpm in his grave.
Sounds like time for gun owners to kick up a fuss, and never mind their
request for us to shut up and be good sheeple?
Someone want to look up the boss's email, so we can all complain?
Christopher A. Young
Learn more about Jesus
Gunner Asch wrote:
First, CHL holders are rule abiding. It bothers them tremendously to violate
a rule or a law, so they seldom, if ever, do so.
Second, in many jurisdictions (I don't know about Colorado), crossing a
proper "no guns" sign is a crime. A crime subject to fine, imprisonment,
and, just as importantly, loss of the CHL permit. In Texas, it's a Class B
misdemeanor and subjects the individual to a $2,000 fine and up to a year in
jail. Plus loss of license.
Third, as to your question regarding "how would they know?" There are a lot
of answers. They'd know if you took out your piece and shot the perp. They'd
know if you were interviewed as a witness. They'd know if you were a victim
and carried out on a stretcher. They'd know if you inadvertently displayed
your weapon. They'd know if you had an accidental discharge. And many, many
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