dodint wrote:I have a functional cap and ball 1851 Navy .36 replica and I have no idea where to even find something to load it. I know they make kits where the cap and ball are basically one piece so it loads like a cartridge but I've never actually dug up somewhere to buy it. Everything else I have is 9mm.
DelPen wrote:mac5155 wrote:http://www.mlive.com/news/flint/index.ssf/2014/03/lawsuit_flint_township_man_cla.html
So why did the cop even approach the guy? A lot of officers don't know the law when it comes to open carry, guessing he saw the gun, arrested him and then was told it was legal and didn't want to admit he made a mistake.
Leeland Yee, one of the main proponants of gun control in CA, has been indicted for attmepting to sell guns without a license and importing illegal guns.
columbia wrote:My father is going to sell his circa 1945 Crossman pellet gun.
What's the market value on something like that?
Shyster wrote:Heads up to hunters in PA. Two bills are pending in the Pennsylvania assembly that would permit the use of semi-auto rifles for hunting certain specific game. HB 2230 says that a semi-auto of ".223 caliber or less" and a "cartridge capacity of not more than six" can be used to hunt coyote, fox, or woodchuck. SB 1402 says that a semi-auto rifle can be used to take coyotes and woodchucks except during turkey, deer, and bear seasons. Although HB 2230 permits the hunting of foxes as well, I think SB 1402 makes more sense. For one thing, we all know that the .223 Remington and most other centerfire .22s actually use bullets that are .224" in diameter, and I can just imagine PETA filing a lawsuit arguing that the bullets themselves must be .223" or less in order to be legal. The Senate bill doesn't have any magazine limits, either.
If you support either of these, you might want to drop your state legislators a line and ask them to support these bills. PA is in a tiny, tiny minority of states that don't permit semi-autos for hunting, and this would at least partially catch us up.
Kaizer wrote:Got to fire my dads ruger .357 yesterday with 38 special rounds in it. Really REALLY comfortable to shoot, and scary accurate. Never want to touch my .380 again.
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