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111027 No. 111027 ID: 649f2c hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Operators, tell me your thoughts upon seeing with your own eyes, possibly for the first time, that the NRA is gun control advocate and a wing of the Republican party and not the organization advocating for your rights and against regulation that they claim to be. Operators only please, If you're a shill from /pol/ or some other kind of newfag please stay out of this thread.
My opinion is that its too bad for the NRA that the manufacturers of innovative, legal modern equipment (certified by the Obama administration even) are small time entrepreneurs and not big enough or politically connected enough to be big time political money spenders. If Slide Fire was a big political donor like Beretta, Benelli and the rest of NRA's corporate partners then the NRA wouldn't be exposing itself for what it is the week. Its a fucking shame that politically connected foreign corporations (who don't manufacture bump fire stocks) have more sway in DC than our own citizens do. A lot of weapons industry workers are going to go jobless over this one.
Imaging if the NAACP had come out a few days after the Micah X shooting and said "niggers need to be disarmed right now", how much support do you think they'd hold on to? Why can the NRA completely screw us over and nobody is complaining?
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>> No. 111108 ID: b3f8f4
the nra putting that work in.

>> No. 111109 ID: b3f8f4
One day guns will speak for themselves.

>> No. 111110 ID: b3f8f4
Guns are gud.

>> No. 111113 ID: 65f0f1
Hello, new friend! It is common courtesy to restrict double posting. Take the time to compose your thoughts and enter them into a single post.
>> No. 111122 ID: da39fa
Why are you talking like that?

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111114 No. 111114 ID: a256f4 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
u mad trumptards?
>> No. 111115 ID: ef6fd2
Did we really strike you as a center for Trump support?
>> No. 111118 ID: 80e2b6
For some reason people assume that being pro-gun = being a bible thumping republican...
>> No. 111119 ID: 3e843b
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Well to be fair to their pea brained assumptions, not many gun owners are going to be voting Dem except on a local level or if they have a more pressing concern (a gay or minority gun owner might vote Dem because they feel Dems history of catering to gaymosexuals and Basketball Americans better represents them because they might feel those rights edge out guns rights, not judging them, just stating a fact).

Republicans are far more likely to have our back and not as likely to stick some nanny state approved blunt tipped knife in it. Democrats even with a history of being pro-gun are looked with suspicion because of their parties history with loving gun control long time. Take that cunt Joe Manchin from Best Virginia who despite being from a state with a history of clinging to guns harder then their cousin wives Ol Joe decides to dip his wick in the gun debate by trying to doing universal background checks.

Its no wonder that Joe is getting his nuts stomped by his constituents with many people thinking he might do a party switch like the WV governor did recently.

But it illustrates something about WV, that a state formerly so blue that the only thing bluer was the meth they been cooking has massively turned red as of late. Because the Democrats stopped appealing to them, their hostility towards the working man especially when that man is working with coal, their disgust with how some country boy (don't call him southern or you might get shot) might want to own guns and even more shockingly use them but all responsible like, it bleed out all that blue.

Its no fucking wonder that WV IS a center for Trump support. Support for a goddamn billionaire New York liberal, he was seen as better then Hillary, I mean thats like a Neo-Nazi or a Muslim voting for a jew just because the other guy is so much worse. I'd laugh if I didn't feel like crying

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The goon is trying to make us somehow regret not voting for Hillary, when there was not even one benefit in doing so.
For everyone on this board, there was one single question to answer this election, "Who gets to fill the Supreme Court?"

As for the reason trump is using jews to fill government positions, the simple fact is that jews are the ones who are actively positioning themselves to both the options available as well as the gatekeepers who recommend the options. He's a new york businessman not an ideologue, so no thinking person should be surprised that he's using the resources available.
>> No. 111121 ID: da39fa
>doesn't play by the rules
>lawful evil
If it doesn't play by the rules, it's not lawful. For fuck's sake.

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111075 No. 111075 ID: 8c18eb hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Nukes - how many is enough?
US nuclear arsenal:
The USA had a peak stockpile of 31,255 warheads in 1967, but such wild overkill was seen as crazy and wasteful, so this was reduced in several treaties with the Soviets and others to our current nuclear stockpile (usable and not) of 4,480 warheads (2017) where this excludes 2,800 that are retired and awaiting dismantlement. Our current strategic arsenal is 1,411 deployed strategic nuclear warheads ready to fly. That is plenty to eradicate countries you don't agree with (a Pentagon study during the Cold War concluded that around 300 nuclear bombs dropped on a an average-sized country will render it "destroyed" economically and militarily). But how many is enough for the US's military needs?

Donald Trump now reportedly wanted almost 10 times more nuclear weapons in the US's arsenal.

During a meeting in July with America’s highest-ranking national security leaders, the President was shown a chart depicting the US’s steady reduction of its nuclear weapons stockpile since the late 1960s. But Mr Trump apparently wanted a bigger stockpile, surprising his advisers including Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, according to NBC News. In response, officials told the President about the legal and practical impediments to a nuclear buildup and how the current military posture is stronger than it was at the height of the build-up, the news outlet reported. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-politics/trump-nuclear-weapons-us-arsenal-ten-times-more-reports-latest-a7994956.html
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>> No. 111090 ID: 8c18eb
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The Federation of American Scientists and other organizations keep track of these nuclear stockpiles and regularly release updated weapons counts.

Below is a map that shows the best estimates of which countries have nukes and how many they have. http://www.businessinsider.com/nuclear-weapons-stockpiles-world-map-2017-8
>> No. 111092 ID: 8c18eb
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Status of World Nuclear Forces
The number of nuclear weapons in the world has declined significantly since the Cold War: down from a peak of approximately 70,300 in 1986 to an estimated 14,900 in early-2017. Government officials often portray that accomplishment as a result of current arms control agreements, but the overwhelming portion of the reduction happened in the 1990s. Moreover, comparing today’s inventory with that of the 1950s is like comparing apples and oranges; today’s forces are vastly more capable. The pace of reduction has slowed significantly. Instead of planning for nuclear disarmament, the nuclear-armed states appear to plan to retain large arsenals for the indefinite future. https://fas.org/issues/nuclear-weapons/status-world-nuclear-forces/
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Well, judging by the actions of US diplomats in the last several months, one can conclude that US and NATO has been preparing for set date and time for some sort of large scale invasion. Again. And again, only symbolically.

>embassy closure
>diplomat expulsion
>other sorts of bullshit

>The US failed to issue entry visas for the entire delegation of the General Staff of the Russian Armed Forces

>The senior Russian senator warned that Russia is capable to arrange a decent response if US leaves the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty.

Apparently, current lack of international policy in US (a direct consequence of Trump controversy) has been already exploited by some influential parties with their own separate interests. Weither it is a realistic scenario, or will it be put in action at all, is entirely different question.

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>> No. 111102 ID: b3f8f4
I don't think you ever really can have enough nukes
>> No. 111112 ID: 8c18eb
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Eh, then you pay for them.
Just to do a factory refurbish of an old B61 nuclear bomb (upgrading the fixed air fins for movable ones, exchanging the vacuum tube electronics for a microprocessor board, installing new data plugs, etc.) costs twenty million dollars. If that 750 lb bomb was made of solid gold, it would not cost that much!
An example of a defense contractor turning a simple upgrade job (they do nothing to the actual nuclear weapon within the bomb casing) into a nine billion dollar swindle.

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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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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.

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
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
>being an unamerican flying communistic terrorist
no bats. no
>> No. 111056 ID: da39fa
>fuck freedom
>> No. 111058 ID: 278cbe
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>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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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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