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111043 No. 111043 ID: 241b9d hide watch quickreply [Reply]
https://regulateassaultweapons.org/ are giving away gun control stickers for free. Squares and hexagons etc are quite suited to be used as targets imo. So have at it.
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lol
>> No. 111111 ID: b3f8f4
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Sniping the world series and these digits.

(And look what it GOT you)
(shitposting to get a GET outside of the Zone)


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111025 No. 111025 ID: 6ff037 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Post links and info on getting involved. I know these petitions usually go nowhere but it's better than nothing.
https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/veto-any-gun-control-wake-las-vegas

Also vote will your wallet.
>> No. 111034 ID: 4994b7
yeah, giving money to the republican party which is in favor of passing more gun control or giving money to the gun rights activists groups who are backing the republicans who want to pass more gun control is really going to help us out.
there is the possibility of a senate filibuster stopping whatever happens, that seems to be the only hope. i'd say keep your money on the sidelines until you see someone worth supporting with it, you might end up feeling foolish giving money you could have otherwise used to drink yourself to death to some fork tongued devil who will turn around and screw you over in a second if it happens to be politically expedient at that moment.
politicians are really the last people who you should be fronting money to
>> No. 111035 ID: 8c18eb
  >>111025
Years ago, I was introduced to these bump-stock attachments in a gun store. "It turns your semi-auto AR-15 into firing like a machine-gun as a legal work-around to the gun laws against full-auto weapons," was the pitch. I replied that shit like this will be used to murder a whole lot of people some day and that will be instrumental in laws getting passed to take guns away from everybody else.
So fuck bump-stocks.
How does a bump stock work? | New York Post https://youtu.be/LDpvS1Yi9XA
>> No. 111047 ID: 898a8c
>>111035
>being an unamerican flying communistic terrorist
no bats. no
>> No. 111056 ID: da39fa
>>111035
>fuck freedom
lol
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>>111047
>I replied that shit like this will be used to murder a whole lot of people some day and that will be instrumental in laws getting passed to take guns away from everybody else.
>communistic terrorist
>fuck freedom
Can't wait for times when people like Paddock will start to bust into arsenals of chemical weapons. Because freedom shall be free for everyone.


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106515 No. 106515 ID: f49edb hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Paging CC. Many years ago I bought some pipes off you and completely forgot everything about their make/model. I try to talk pipes with people and don't know what I have.

The longer stemmed one was made by Bjarne, who is dead now sadly.

The shorter one has a treble clef marking but I can't remember for the life of me who made it.

plz respond.
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>>111006
It wasn't the picture, it was a certain word.
Coulda been the filename, though. Lemme test that theory real quick.
If it happens again bitch about it to @operator in the Discord. Or just wait the 1-hour ban out.
>> No. 111015 ID: c6a94d
  Tim & Bradley smoke GAS STATION CIGARS https://youtu.be/krVJdX0gbeg
>> No. 111016 ID: c6a94d
Smoking the WORLD'S NO. 1 CIGAR (f. Andalusian Bull) https://youtu.be/p1djm71IFwc
#1 according to Cigar Aficionado https://www.cigaraficionado.com/ratings/detail/source/sitesearch/note_id/19447
>> No. 111017 ID: c6a94d
  Top 6 Cigars Under $6.00 in 2016 https://youtu.be/ArdNjoo9ItA
True cigar aficionados are always looking for a good deal. So we're looking at 6 high quality cigars that are under $6.00.
What's your favorite cigar priced under $6? Post yours in the comments! Thanks for watching.
The King's Anniversary
Oliva Cameroon Churchill
El Coloso
Brickhouse Toro
AJ Fernandez New World
CAO Brazilia Amazon
Coupon Code: amazononthecheaps
>> No. 111018 ID: c6a94d
  6 Best Beginner Cigars https://youtu.be/kUfNJCiTXMs


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110939 No. 110939 ID: c6a94d hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Glove compartment guns?
Colorado has laws that allow me to carry a loaded gun in my glove box, so I did so. This morning, a police officer told me that my car had been broken into along with many other cars down my block. The thieves opened my door somehow and opened my glove compartment and dumped the contents on the seat, but did not take anything. The thieves did not notice the other smaller glove compartment above the main one. In that was my chambered Ruger LC9 9mm pocket pistol. I kept it there because it fit and if was stolen, I would not really miss it (although, if the cops told me that my stolen gun was just used in a triple homicide, that would be troubling).

Colorado allows a person to carry a firearm in a vehicle if its use is for lawful protection of such person or another's person or property. [C.R.S. 18-12-105(2)] Colorado law also allows a person to possess a handgun in a dwelling, place of business, or automobile. https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/csp/colorado-gun-laws
Gun safes and car gun keepers: http://www.operatorchan.org/g/res/11545.html
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>>110968
>What do you folks recommend for cheap small guns to keep in your car and that you would not really miss if they were stolen?

Colt 1903 .32 for one, Colt Detective Special .38 for the other.
>> No. 110980 ID: 3e843b
  >>110975
Seems like alot of people use Hi Points for car guns. I remember someone here mentioning way back that they worked at a car auction and most of the guns they found when going through the cars before selling them were Hi Points.

As a former owner I'd say they are pretty reliable. Ugly as sin, heavy as fuck to the point I think it would be excellent to beat the shit out of someone with, and apparently bordering on Nokia levels of indestructible going by Demolition Ranch.
>> No. 110993 ID: a9b539
>>110978

>tossing classics in your trunk
>any year

I'm not even a Colt fanboy, and ultimately, you can do as you please, but what the fuck bro?

>>110980

>[T]hey are pretty reliable. Ugly as sin, heavy as fuck to the point I think it would be excellent to beat the shit out of someone with, and apparently bordering on Nokia levels of indestructible...

That does seem to be the consensus.
>> No. 110996 ID: 3e843b
>>110993
The consensus of anyone who has handled them with an open mind atleast. Too many gun snobs will either never give them a chance because they look like Frankenstein's monster's big black cock or act like its a total piece of shit even when they do handle it even if it runs flawlessly.

I mean I can't blame people for thinking the Hi Point is crap just by looks, its like a Deagles short bus cousin. It looks so shitty, like you'd think cheapo Lorcins and Raven Arms pot metal pieces of shit would be better quality. But like a meh girl with a big heavy sweater that makes her like like a fattie, whats underneath makes up for the outside.

While it might not have a slim waist, big ol titties and a mouth that could suck your dick so hard you gain a few inches, its a pretty solid bitch that does a fine job putting bullets towards the general direction of targets reliably while not raping your wallet.
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>>110993
The 1903 is not US Govt stamped and no I would not use a M1908 the same way.

The revolver was not my call, but again cheap reliable and all purchased privately.

>my stolen gun was just used in a triple homicide, that would be troubling.

>What do you folks recommend for cheap small guns to keep in your car and that you would not really miss if they were stolen?

Pic related, it is that conversation.

End of the day though, be a big boy about it and do the needful.

We no longer keep firearms in the vehicles permanently when parked at the house.

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110903 No. 110903 ID: d7e6b8 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
So on the potential cusp of a global conflict involving the Russians, China, North Korean, Japan, UK, Germany and Australia.

I pose to you this question.

Do you think it will break into a true global conflict between factions like Russia/China interfering or will it be another one of these scenarios while everyone dog piles DPKR?

I sure hope DPKR does not read these instructions
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>>110919
>All that money spent on ICBM intercepting research should count for something.
They sure put a lot of money into merchindize too.
>> No. 110922 ID: 056a4a
https://www.iiss.org/en/iiss%20voices/blogsections/iiss-voices-2017-adeb/august-2b48/north-korea-icbm-success-3abb
>North Korea’s missile programme has made astounding strides over the past two years. An arsenal that had been based on short- and medium-range missiles along with an intermediate-range Musudan that repeatedly failed flight tests, has suddenly been supplemented by two new missiles: the intermediate-range Hwasong-12 and the intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), Hwasong-14. No other country has transitioned from a medium-range capability to an ICBM in such a short time. What explains this rapid progression? The answer is simple. North Korea has acquired a high-performance liquid-propellant engine (LPE) from a foreign source.

>Available evidence clearly indicates that the LPE is based on the Soviet RD-250 family of engines, and has been modified to operate as the boosting force for the Hwasong-12 and -14. An unknown number of these engines were probably acquired though illicit channels operating in Russia and/or Ukraine. North Korea’s need for an alternative to the failing Musudan and the recent appearance of the RD-250 engine along with other evidence, suggests the transfers occurred within the past two years.
>> No. 110932 ID: 898a8c
>>110913
>thinking the chinese wouldn't hesitate to make those refugees disappear in the Gobi desert
>> No. 110984 ID: c6a94d
  How To Stop A North Korean Nuclear Missile https://youtu.be/4xbFVdoRzLQ
During 2017, North Korea performed multiple ICBM tests. This video will explain, how to stop a nuclear missile, how to stop a ballistic missile, how to stop an ICBM, and explain how THAAD works, how aegis works, and in general North Korea vs USA. Kim Jong Un recently tested a hydrogen bomb, meaning North Korea nukes are a real threat. So how will the US stop an ICBM?
>> No. 110987 ID: 278cbe
  Just another day in a happy new world. Move along, citizen.


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110955 No. 110955 ID: 360fc6 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
http://www.guns.com/2017/09/20/dispatches-from-gun-country-this-venezuelan-immigrant-loves-the-2nd-amendment/

>In 2002, I immigrated to the United States from Venezuela, one of the most dangerous countries in the world today. Before leaving, the Venezuelan government took away our guns. We were told that we would be safer without them.

>Of course, the politicians, the rich and famous, their bodyguards and criminals kept their guns. Everyone else lived in fear. Mothers and fathers were powerless to protect their families.

>The Colectivos, the community groups supposedly interested in keeping law and order in Venezuela, had all of the guns they wanted. And yet, ninety percent of murders remained unsolved.

>The biggest mistake Venezuelans made was believing that this could never happen.

>Today, little has changed. If anything, the situation in Venezuela is even worse. They would do anything for the Second Amendment – for the freedom that we enjoy as Americans.

>Never, ever take it for granted.
>> No. 110956 ID: 3e9aae
  >If anything, the situation in Venezuela is even worse.

Quite a understatement, as you can see from this video of people cheering and clapping after a firework gets used as a IED against police.
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>In 2002, I immigrated to the United States from Venezuela, one of the most dangerous countries in the world today.
This isn't called "immigration", it is "asylum". I would not expect anybody to know what happened 15 years ago in Venezuela, so there:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2002_Venezuelan_coup_d%27état_attempt

>Before leaving, the Venezuelan government took away our guns.
No government really should keep guns in the hands of dissidents, terrorists and foreign mercenaries, lest such government wouldn't take long to collapse.
>> No. 110963 ID: de970a
>>110958
>russian bot supports gun control because anybody who doesn't support moderate socialist head choppers and mass starvation is a terrorist

gee nobody expected this!
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>>110963
>democratic head choppings are better then socialist rebellions because they are democratic!
>and democratic starvation is always justified!
>also democracy is useless and we never really wanted it but let's pretend we are good guys anyway
Okay.
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>>110964
lmfao spoken like a true tankie
>so what if communism has failed everywhere it's been implemented! it's democracy's fault! cmd run whataboutismgenerator.exe!


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110450 No. 110450 ID: aadd02 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
http://www.wbur.org/hereandnow/2017/07/31/african-american-women-guns

Heard this interview yesterday while in the car. Firearm instructor Marchelle Tigner handles the expected liberal orthodoxy like a pro.
>> No. 110889 ID: 360fc6
Good.
>> No. 110901 ID: 85023b
http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/breaking/ct-black-female-gun-owners-chicago-20170831-story.html


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  Bring it on Harvey, you wont make a Dent in my morale!
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>> No. 110791 ID: bf333d
>>110764
>I overheard some of them talking about long term storage. They didn't seem smart enough to know it spoils and to add stabilizers.

Kinda depends on what they meant with long term storage.
>> No. 110806 ID: e266a3
So Texan operators, what was your barbecue count during Harvey?

Also Caseless, orange you glad you came to Arizoner?
>> No. 110819 ID: c01760
>>110779
For 26 and ⅔ butt sexes. Literally expecting people to get butt-fucked for $38.10-worth of fuel. Hopefully he's one of those Craigslist users who gets murdered.
>> No. 110826 ID: 890994
>>110806
Absolutely. Most chill hurricane season ever. For me, at least.
>> No. 110898 ID: a9b539
>>110659

I sass you, hoopy frood. You're clearly a man who knows where his towel is.


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110867 No. 110867 ID: b02069 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
Is it just me or does the flag of Tennessee look like it's from some post-colonial microstate in the Bangladesh-Indochina-Indonesia region? Probably Maoist or a similar homegrown ideology.
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Sounds in line with the politics
>> No. 110876 ID: 13f512
for some reason I always think of Burma. It's the color scheme I think.
>> No. 110886 ID: d64ad6
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The flag of the state of Colorado looks like a red Pac-Man eating a dot.
>> No. 110887 ID: c01760
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>>110867
Looks like you got a counterfeit flag, there.
>> No. 110897 ID: 5af259
>>110887
Sad that its a thing but very true.


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109700 No. 109700 ID: bc78c2 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Dunno if i showed you guys yet but i made a Bluetooth enabled guitar
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>> No. 109705 ID: bc78c2
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Used a rosewood knob as on off and volume control.leds for power, Bluetooth, and charging
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>> No. 110890 ID: 360fc6
That's pretty fucking cool.
>> No. 110894 ID: f2172d
Neat. Does it mine bitcoins as well?


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