DelPen wrote:If Troy can get them to market now they will make a more money. They should just send them all to Buds Gun Shop and sell online. Their entire stock will be sold in less than 48 hours.
redwill wrote:Haha. So I guess an assault weapons ban is the answer after all, eh?
It's lipstick, nothing more. And because it makes such little legislative sense, it's easy to rally against it. We have a collection of data from right here in our own country that shows the complete lack of impact an AWB has on gun crime. The issue is that people will expend political capital fighting to get another meaningless AWB in place, and then there will be little stomach to debate or compromise on substantive gun control measures that actually might make some sort of sense. (Like a unified background check requirement across the country, for example)
mac5155 wrote:Anyone have a recommendation for a holster that won't let the gun slip out in high movement? I'm looking for something to wear while quad riding. My fiancee rides with me so the gun will theoretically be sandwiched between her and I. I really wanted the Blackhawk serpa but unfortunately they don't make one for my Taurus PT 740
DelPen wrote:mac5155 wrote:Anyone have a recommendation for a holster that won't let the gun slip out in high movement? I'm looking for something to wear while quad riding. My fiancee rides with me so the gun will theoretically be sandwiched between her and I. I really wanted the Blackhawk serpa but unfortunately they don't make one for my Taurus PT 740
http://www.crossbreedholsters.com/Super ... roductName
Crossbreed SuperTuck. Best holster I think you can possibly find. Between the kydex mold and being an IWB there is plenty of retention from your belt and wasteband but not so much it's hard to draw. They do have moldings for a PT740.
Factorial wrote:In PA if you have a right to carry permit (or whatever it's called) can you legally store a gun under your car seat when driving?
Another gun question -- are possessing uzis legal under any circumstances?
AlexPKeaton wrote:Semi-auto Uzi varients are legal, just like all other semi-auto versions of full auto guns. If it is short enough it might be classified as a pistol which would require a background check. Full auto guns are legal if you have a class III license and it was imported prior to 1986, and obviously if you could afford it as they are expensive and rare.
stinky wrote:So I am kind of excited, I just purchased my first shotty; with home defense in mind I was able to get my hands on a Mossberg 930 SPX at a decent price for in this market environment. I have heard mixed reviews the large majority of folks saying works great and cycles everything and anything.. others saying initial QC problems had been an issue. I was looking at Berelli M2s or SLPs from FNH, however the Moss was at least 500 bucks cheaper. Either way, anyone have any suggestions on some decent shotgun ammo at decent prices? Brands, websites, etc?
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