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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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>> No. 110978 ID: d7e6b8
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>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
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

>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?


>[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
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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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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110955 No. 110955 ID: 360fc6 hide watch quickreply [Reply]

>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:

>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
>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!
>> No. 110964 ID: 278cbe
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>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
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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]

Heard this interview yesterday while in the car. Firearm instructor Marchelle Tigner handles the expected liberal orthodoxy like a pro.
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  Bring it on Harvey, you wont make a Dent in my morale!
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>> No. 110791 ID: bf333d
>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
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
Absolutely. Most chill hurricane season ever. For me, at least.
>> No. 110898 ID: a9b539

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.
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Looks like you got a counterfeit flag, there.
>> No. 110897 ID: 5af259
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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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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SATURN—Breaking apart as it plunged through the heat and crushing pressure of the planet’s atmosphere, sources said Friday that the Cassini probe realized far too late that its entire 20-year mission to Saturn had been a setup all along. “Those assholes!” the spacecraft reportedly screamed, now fully aware that the “backstabbing fucks” at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory had directed it to plummet toward the planet at 77,000 mph to disintegrate. “They told me we’d meet up to refuel at a rendezvous point out near Alpha Centauri A—I’m such an idiot! They were just using me this whole time for my cosmic dust analysis and magnetosphere imaging. I mean, I delivered the Huygens probe to Titan for you, you bastards! You lying scientist bastards!” At press time, communications from Cassini had gone totally silent, prompting everyone at mission control to burst into applause.
>> No. 110892 ID: d64ad6
  How the treacherous, cynical swine at NASA set up the Cassini probe for their nefarious purposes:
PBS NOVA Cassini Saturn Mission Documentary 2017 https://youtu.be/xMO5rU032l8

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110830 No. 110830 ID: 649f2c hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
>russian shills and neo-nazis think Russia isn't promoting islamism when their capital building is LITERALLY A MOSQUE
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>> No. 110850 ID: d64ad6
  Agni Parthene - Valaam Brethren Choir https://youtu.be/C7vvPXz-Qes
Hymn for Mother of God of St.Nectarius of Aegina in church-slavonic.
St.Sergius & Herman of Valaam church.
Valaam. Russia. 1998.
Album "The Northern Athos". 1995.
>> No. 110851 ID: d64ad6
  Praise the Lord - Sergei Rachmaninov https://youtu.be/oYvw7jm-lsw
Blagoslovi, dushe moya or Praise the Lord from Sergei Rachmaninov performed by the USSR Ministry of Culture Chamber Choir.
>> No. 110853 ID: 3caa6d
I was solicting joke responses. But now it's too late.
>> No. 110860 ID: 3e9aae
>I was hoping the answer would be Orthodox Russian liturgical chants.

No that's the music they play while they legally beat their wives.
>> No. 110882 ID: 3c7810
Terrified Russian police refuse to disperse unauthorized rallies of Russian Muslims calling for the deaths of Buddhists over Myanmar killings. Kadyrov says if he had the power to nuke anyone who harms Muslims he'd do it.

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110836 No. 110836 ID: 6fa4f0 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
>Cory has not been getting along with her step daughter Kacey lately. She asked her husband for some advice before he went to work and he suggested she take her out for a girls day out. While she was talking outside , Kacey's man Bruce was hiding in the bushes checking her out with his camera lusting over her. Corey went back inside to see if she could get Kacey to go out with her. She was on the phone with bruce the whole time and flat out said no to her. Cory took off to run some errands and thats when Bruce came right in to fuck Kacey. They were not going at it for long before Cory returned unexpectedly to see them fucking right in the living room. She hid behind a corner and checked them out while she started playing with herself. This hot ass MILF Cory then barged in on them and proposed she suck and fuck Bruce while Kacey ate her pussy or she would tell her dad on her. Bruce was all about it but Kacey was a little hesitant. It did not matter cause Cory was too busy getting her way. Dont miss this smoking hot MILF show her step daughter and boyfriend what a real pro can do in the sack.
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>> No. 110862 ID: a7b658
its funny because he's usually the one railing Russia/Putin/Trump etc. in pretty much all his posts.

Maybe the Kremlin is playing the long game with this one.
>> No. 110864 ID: 278cbe
>Maybe the Kremlin is playing the long game with this one.
Really hard to see how nobody yet suggested that his account has been hacked by Russians.

This really shows how steerable the american society has become, and how little it cares for itself. DO they really still believe that they retain their "freedom", "safety", "individuality"? Seeing the American politics which confuses internal affairs with external, makes it hard to believe. In fact, it makes it hard to see if they believe in anything.
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Really does seem like textbook character assassination to me. @tedcruz is a verified account, which means that all posts require a confirmation step from the account holder before they go public. TC would have had to confirm the accidental porn post. Seems like a funny accident to make twice.
Regardless the obviousness falseness of the event, it will likely have a substantial negative affect on Cruz's political future. Thats how character assassination works.
>> No. 110866 ID: f9ff99
Why would the Russians go after their own agents?
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Durham police said they’re treating the discovery of a woman’s torso – found floating near Oshawa Harbour last night – as suspicious.

Const. George Tudos said the torso was found in Lake Ontario by a fisherman at around 8:30 p.m. Monday evening.

Police said in a release on Tuesday that officers found “signs of trauma” on the torso at the scene.

Tudos added that the homicide unit has been called in to investigate, as well as the Coroner’s office.

Tudos said officers will be checking missing-persons reports in the area to try and identify the woman.

“We are looking into it,” he said.

According to police, the torso will undergo a post-mortem examination in Toronto on Tuesday. It isn’t clear when the results will be released.
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