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Tuesday, April 17th, 2007
1:39 am - Virginia Tech, for gun grabbers
kernando You knew it was coming, but it's already come.
She didn't wait even a day to politicize it for one of her old pet causes.

Diane Feinstein-
"It is my deep belief that shootings like these are enabled by the unparalleled ease with which people procure weapons in this country. And I believe this will reignite the dormant effort to pass common-sense gun regulations in this nation."

I heard this on TV, but cut and paste from here, because it was what I found without having to visit her website. *shudders* I'm sorry the rest of California (the blue counties) inflicts her on you, along with Boxer, who should go back to New York.

National TV and that local to me didn't miss their chances to talk about gunning down, semi-automatics, making calibers sound scary, and big clips.

addition: I meant big magazines.
And now they use "gunman" to refer to the murderer.

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Monday, September 4th, 2006
6:59 pm

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Thursday, February 23rd, 2006
10:01 pm - Check out this liberal moron


Also note how I successfully handed him his ass, and the ease in which I was able to do it.

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9:47 pm - Standard vs. Bird's Head grip

I'm going to be getting into some single action shooting soon and I've always wanted a satin-finished Ruger Single-Six with an ebony bird's head grip. I've never actually handled one though. I know they're smaller. Does anyone have an opinion? What is the functional difference? Are bird's head grips just girly or something?

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6:39 pm - Simple Introduction

Greetings fellow gun loving non-stereotype conservatives. I’m Valag, a longhaired goth republican with some libertarian tendencies (especially when it comes to privacy and personal property rights). I have a life-long history in the gun business due to being the first-born son of a famous class 3 arms dealer and class 2 manufacturer. If it shoots full auto, I’ve probably played with it. If you’d like to know a little more about me, feel free to skim through my journal.

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Tuesday, January 17th, 2006
6:34 pm - Need some advice

I was wondering if any of you guy's had any advice on absorbing the rifle kickback. I can't figure out how to steady my rifle when the kickback takes affect. any advice would be greatly appreciated? thanks.

current mood: curious

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9:28 am - I need a larger magazine

I've been looking for something larger than a 10rd magazine for my remington 597LR but i have been unsuccessful. So if any of you know of any websites or stores (in palm beach, broward, or dade county; Florida) that sell higher than 10rd clips for a 597LR could you pleases post an address or website link? thanks.

current mood: determined

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Monday, December 19th, 2005
2:05 pm

hi i'm new here.

i just got a .22 caliber remington 597 w/ a synthetic stock and i wanted to ask you guys if that might be able to take down... say, a deer? that is if i decide to go hunting.


current mood: happy

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Saturday, October 1st, 2005
1:23 pm - Hi.

New here. Just saying hi and thanks for having a club for gun-toting Republicans like myself.

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Thursday, April 28th, 2005
6:23 pm - Maryland Stupidity

This is taken out of American Hunter published by the NRA.
(As a note: Maryland keeps one fired casing from each handgun
sold in the State.)

The Maryland State Police Forensic Sciences Division
has called for scrapping the states ballistic imaging program,
stating that it has found the system to be an ineffective tool for
law enforcement. In early March, the head of the Maryland State
Police testified before the House Judiciary Committee that the
mandate to collect ballistics information hasn’t done anything
to help solve crimes. Col. Thomas E. Hutchins testified that
43,729 casings have been entered into the system and that the
database has been used only 208 times. However, only six “hits”
resulted from those inquires, and not one resulted in a criminal

Basically in a nutshell ( my opinion ) guns bought legally
by law abiding citizens for the most part are not used in crimes.
CRIMINALS DO NOT buy guns legally.
We need to keep the criminals in jail where they belong,
not released on early parole!!!

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Friday, February 25th, 2005
7:47 pm

I was wondering if anyone knew the gun laws (specifically rifles) in Virginia. THANKS!

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Tuesday, February 8th, 2005
3:32 pm
screamadelicia Hey guys, it would be cool if you could post some pics on my community, zombieoutbreak. I'd like to see some big guns because the most lethal one's you ever see in this country are BB Guns and high velocity waterpistols.

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Wednesday, January 12th, 2005
11:08 am - New Community for Pro-Second Amendment
farrightknight I have a new pro-gun community for those who wish to add one more to thier LJ. Not to compete with other pro-gun communities but to stregthen our Second Amendment. firearmsforever is a private, selective, conservative type pro-gun community for law-abiding citizens to learn how to get involved politically and discuss issues on fighting gun control legislation and preservation of the Second Amendment as well as other pro-gun topics.

Members of this community may also post positive and legal topics on pro-Second Amendment, pro-gun, gun safety, self-defense, target shooting, hunting, gun collecting, and gun ownership, etc.
Monday, November 1st, 2004
2:25 pm - John Kerry`s Voting Record on Second Amendment and Hunting Issues
farrightknight John Kerry`s Voting Record on Second Amendment and Hunting Issues

His voting record makes John F. Kerry the most anti-gun Presidential nominee in United States history. Since his election to the U.S. Senate in 1984, John F. Kerry has cast 59 votes (NRA did not score 4 of them) on issues involving firearms rights and hunting. These votes included votes to ban guns, to impose waiting periods on gun buyers, to financially punish gun manufacturers for operating a legal business and to restrict the free speech of Second Amendment advocates.

In addition, Kerry currently is a co-sponsor of S. 1431, which would ban all semi-automatic shotguns, all detachable-magazine semi-automatic rifles and many other guns, calling the whole lot "assault weapons."

Following are highlights of those votes that demonstrate Kerry`s unwavering record of opposition to gun owners` rights.


In a 20-year career, Kerry voted with gun owners only four times, and each of those votes comes with qualifications. He voted:

1) against a bill NRA opposed for final passage only after Kerry helped sabotage the bill by adding anti-gun amendments (S. 1805)

2) for a non-biding sense of the Senate motion that had no actual impact (S. 2521 in 2000)

3) for a study of "armor piecing" ammunition—a vote he made moot a few minutes later by voting for a broad ban of center-fire rifle ammunition (Votes 27 and 28 in 2004 on S. 1805)

4) to allow airline pilots to carry firearms (vote 210 in 2002 on HR 5005).

In all, he cast only one real vote for gun owners` rights, and it in support of a narrow group of people charged with responsibility for the safety of others.

Comparing Kerry`s votes to other well known anti-gun Senators who have served with him shows:

1) he voted with Ted Kennedy on all but three votes, and only one of those three had any impact—the vote to arm pilots.

2) he voted with Charles Schumer, the leading anti-gun voice in the Senate, on all but one vote, and that was the non-binding sense of the Senate motion mentioned above (Senate vote 1030).

3) Kerry has a much more anti-gun record than 2000 Democrat Presidential candidate, Al Gore, Jr., who cast votes on 12 key issues before becoming part of the most anti-gun administration in history. Gore voted to protect Second Amendment rights five times on votes related to passage of the Firearms Owners` Protection Act and once to stop a semi-auto ban. Kerry opposed gun owners in each instance.
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Other Issues

• Kerry denounced NRA`s successful efforts to eliminate monies being spent by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to advance gun control policies. (Boston Herald, Aug. 14, 1996)

• Voted against the confirmation of John Ashcroft.

• Voted to spend $15 million intended for housing programs on ineffective gun buy-back programs.

• Voted to commend the Million Mom March in 2000 for their march on Washington that included calls for gun owner licensing, gun registration and other restrictions on law-abiding gun owners.

For more information on John Kerry, please visit www.nrapvf.org.

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Thursday, October 21st, 2004
1:24 pm - Gun Control = Genocide
farrightknight Let the Truth Be Known Why We Are Lucky to Still have Our Second Ammendment

1911 Turkey establishes gun control.
1915-1917 1.5 Million Armenians, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.

1929 The soviet Union establishes gun control.
1929-1953 approximately 20 Million dissidents, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.

1935 China establishes gun control.
1948-1952 20 Million political dissidents, unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.

1938 Germany establishes gun control.
1939-1945 13 Million Jews, gypsies and other arbitrary categories of people unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.

1964 Guatemala establishes gun control.
1964-1981 100,000 Mayan Indians unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.

1966 Cambodia establishes gun control.
1975-1977 One Million ³educated² people unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.

1970 Uganda establishes gun control.
1971-1979 300,000 Christians unable to defend themselves, were rounded up and exterminated.

1999 Australia establishes gun control.
Law-abiding citizens were forced to surrender 640,381 personal firearms for destruction, a program costing the government more than $500 million.

The results Australia-wide:

Homicides are up 3.2%
Assaults are up 8%
Armed Robberies are up 44%

In the State of Victoria, homicides with firearms are up 300%.
Over the previous 25 years, figures show a steady decrease in armed robberies and Australian politicians are on the spot and at a loss to explain how no improvement in ³safety² has been observed after such a monumental effort was expended in ³ridding society of guns.²

2004 Saddam's regime responsible for killing up to 300,000 Iraqi and Kurdish civilians. Another Mass Grave Unearthed in Iraq. The U.S. authorities and the Iraqi interim government claim that more than 40 mass graves have been identified so far. Hundreds of bodies, including those of pregnant women, children clutching toys, and men bound and blindfolded were exhumed. Greg Kehoe, an American human rights lawyer said, "I've been doing gravesites for a long time, and I've never seen anything like it -- women and children executed for no reason."

In a mere 100 years, more than 56 Million people, unable to defend themselves because of gun control, have lost their lives and property. Gunsin the hands of honest citizens save lives and property. Gun control only affects law-abiding citizens as criminals will always find a way to obtain weapons.


MOST IMPORTANT WE MUST KNOW THIS: Need I say more... CLICK HERE TO VIEW WHY IT IS SO IMPORTANT <----- You need to see this so that you know why we must never allow Gun Control in America EVER!!!!


Everyone should watch this as well

The next time someone suggests how much safer the world might be with gun control, ask them... "Which group of citizens they would like to exterminate first?"

"Gun Control is a Prelude to Totalitarian rule..." --Theodore Haas

Full Interview with Holocaust Survivor, Theodore Haas

More Here

Gun Control Fact-Sheet

Gun Control has an Evil Downside - GENOCIDE

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Monday, September 6th, 2004
10:56 pm - Racial stereotypes and firearms


I posted this on www.packing.org, my favorite pro-2a forum. It was a bit off-topic, but I thought it was important. Feel free to share your thoughts:


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Monday, July 19th, 2004
7:15 pm - They can kick us...but they can't keep us down =)

Governor Kathleen Blanco has signed SB 837, NRA-backed Right To Carry
Reciprocity legislation which requires Louisiana to recognize valid
carry permits from states which, in turn, recognize Louisiana permits.
Special thanks go out to bill sponsor Sen. James David Cain (R-Dry
Creek), Rep. Steve Scalise (R-Metairie) who carried this bill on the
House floor, and all of you who made phone calls and sent emails on
behalf of the legislation.

NRA Institute for Legislative Action

Minnesotans firing back on gun ruling
Conrad Defiebre, Star Tribune
July 18, 2004

Standing at a busy St. Paul intersection with a .40-caliber Ruger semiautomatic holstered on his hip, Lucky Rosenbloom said a judge's ruling last week that Minnesota's handgun law is unconstitutional hasn't hurt his business of training applicants for permits to carry firearms.

"Quite the opposite," he said. "More people have been stopping and asking me about it. I'm telling them: 'Get your training in now and you can get licensed once there's a stay of the judge's order.' "

Then, even if the ruling by Ramsey County District Judge John Finley is upheld in higher courts, permit holders could keep packing in public because they'd be grandfathered in, gun-rights advocates say.
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current mood: Gun Proud

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Sunday, July 18th, 2004
12:14 pm - Important information


Congress will be on its Summer District Work Period from July 26 through Labor Day. That means that the gun-banners have just 10 working days left during which to push "assault weapons" legislation if they hope to get a vote before the September 13 "sunset" of the Clinton gun ban. With time running out, the anti-gunners and their media sympathizers are becoming desperate. We must remain vigilant against any attempt to reauthorize this legislation. We can expect the gun prohibitionists to mount a major offensive battle and now, more than ever, it is critical that we remain active! Please visit NRA-ILA's website -- www.ClintonGunBan.com -- to learn the facts about this debate. And please continue to forward this website to others who need to know both the history and the truth about this issue. Then, please immediately contact your Representative and Senators and urge them to oppose any legislation seeking to extend the "assault weapons" ban.

You can find contact information for your elected officials by using the "Write Your Representatives" tool at www.NRAILA.org, or you can call your U.S. Senators at (202) 224-3121, or your U.S. Representative at (202) 225-3121.


In a controversial July 13 decision, Ramsey County District Judge John Finley ruled that Minnesota's concealed carry law was unconstitutional. At issue was the constitutionality of the common practice of "bundling" different types of legislation.

The ruling seems to parallel the increasingly common trend of activist judges who exploit their position to forward a political agenda. In this case, the gun-banners tracked down the most anti-gun judge they could find and filed in his jurisdiction, banking on a favorable decision.

At present, however, permits are still being issued and Minnesota Attorney General Michael Hatch has said he will appeal Finley's ruling.

Rest assured that NRA-ILA will keep you apprised of any developments in this evolving story.

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current mood: busy

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Tuesday, July 13th, 2004
6:42 pm - Oh, I don't fucking believe this.

The MN Concealed Carry law, which has been on the books for 2-3 years now and has caused absolutely NO trouble, has just been ruled unconstitutional by some lowly, dipshit county judge because, get this, it was tacked on to an unrelated bill.

That's practically EVERY fucking law, not to mention every piece of pork spending ever. If they continue this assinune ruling then I want my tax money back for EVERY bit of worthless, tacked on law and pork. Give it back.

current mood: enraged

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Tuesday, June 15th, 2004
12:51 am - A .303 Question

I bought a 1942 Enfield .303 on Saturday, took it to the range on Sunday, and the stock blew open just below the mag well. Now, needless to say, I intend to go back to the gun shop and ask the proprietor what HE thinks we should do as soon as his shop is open again, but...

...any ideas on where I might find a mil-style wooden stock for a .303 Enfield? I can't seem to get onto any search engines, but every other site I punch in works well enough.

Little help here.

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