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  1. T.J. Bones SASS# 75616

    Well, This Is Interesting. Kali-Key

    You can do the same thing by using an adjustable gas block and turning the gas off so that the bolt does not cycle.
  2. T.J. Bones SASS# 75616

    Dead Men

    Watched it. After reading about it in Cowboys and Indians magazine and True West I was disappointed. 3 hours was way to long. In my opinion the old spaghetti westerns were better. Defiantly not a Tom Selleck western. Glad to see some westerns being made again, just wish this one had lived up to the hype. Once again just my opinion. T.J.
  3. I will take it for $80 shipped. Sending PM for payment info. TJ Bones
  4. T.J. Bones SASS# 75616

    Past versus present Americans and gun control

    Quote from a good article. "What's the difference between yesteryear and today? The logic of the argument for those calling for stricter gun control laws, in the wake of recent school shootings, is that something has happened to guns. Guns have behaved more poorly and become evil. Guns themselves are the problem. The job for those of us who are 65 or older is to relay the fact that guns were more available and less controlled in years past, when there was far less mayhem. Something else is the problem." Link to article. http://www.theitem.com/stories/past-versus-present-americans-and-gun-control,309319
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    Yeti Coolers

    More of the Story. http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2018/04/24/former-nra-president-doubles-yeti-demanded-nra-cease-using-cooler-company-logo/ Yeti Demanded NRA Cease Using Cooler Company Logo After Parkland
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    FFL Transfer question(s)

    The question on Form 4473 is. Are you the actual transferee/buyer of the firearm(s) listed on this form? From the NOTICES, INSTRUCTIONS, AND DEFINITIONS for form 4473. Actual TRANSFEREE/buyer examples: Mr. Smith asks Mr. Jones to purchase a firearm for Mr. Smith (who may or may not be prohibited) . Mr. Smith gives Mr. Jones the money for the firearm. Mr. Jones is NOT THE ACTUAL TRANSFEREE/BUYER of the firearm and must answer "NO"to question 11.a. The licensee may not transfer the firearm to Mr. Jones. However, if Mr. Brown buys the firearm with his own money to give to Mr. Black as a gift (with no service or tangible thing of value provided by Mr. Black), Mr. Brown is the actual transferee/buyer of the firearm and should answer "YES" to question 11.a. However, the transferor/seller may not transfer a firearm to any person he/she knows or has reasonable cause to believe is prohibited under 18 U.S.C. 922(g), (n) or (x).
  7. T.J. Bones SASS# 75616

    Slix trigger may become illegal in MD

    ( "rapid-fire trigger activator" Means any device, part, or combination of devices or parts that is designed and functions to accelerate the rate of fire of a firearm beyond the standard rate of fire for firearms that are not so equipped, including a bump stock and trigger crank) The way this is written, anything that could be used to increase the rate of fire would be illegal. For example, short stroke kits, spring kits, any recoil reducing device, we all know less recoil means faster recovery and quicker follow up shots, rubber bands, belt loops, or dowel rods can be used to bump fire a gun. Don't forget all the types of sights that help you shoot faster. This is a very poorly written bill. It was obviously written by someone that does not know anything about firearms.
  8. T.J. Bones SASS# 75616

    Ft Lauderdale Airport shooting brings immediate cries for gun control

    Firearms do not have to be inside checked baggage. I have flown with firearms several times lately and in most airports you check your bags at the counter and then take your guns to the TSA for inspection. Once inspected you are not allowed to handle the gun case again. When you arrive at your destination each airport is different, at some, guns come in with other baggage, at others they come in to a separate counter. TSA web site https://www.tsa.gov/travel/transporting-firearms-and-ammunition

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