Gawker (website of some sort) wets itself over ..
Hello!! Is an inanimate object! Does nothing without a ‘USER” meaning a human being to operate it!!
Good grief…Some people need to grow up and deal with the real world.
A tool people a piece of metal, plastic, wood and it scares you?
Six of them.
Separating old wives tales from explosive truth
Sometimes the amount of B.S. floating around reloading circles is astonishing. For instance, I’ve come to realize that I will most likely not die a sudden death of lead poisoning from handling cast bullets. Just as shooters reload for as many reasons as there are types of reloading devices, some myths are true and others are old wives (or old reloaders) tales. No matter. Just ensure that safety always takes priority at the loading bench. Load often, use common sense, and enjoy a great hobby that makes better, more attentive shooters of us all.
Well this would make some sense..
Feds say no to veterans having guns and ammo.
Well if you think about it. Makes sense as why arm those whom you trained and have experienced combat. Wouldn’t want them to use those skills against the Government when it goes for total control and take over of all things American and Free…
Truth from Wild Bill.
Disorganized Conservatives..Herding cats…Yep..
Problem being the Dhimmwits blindly follow whomever offers them the most promises of bullshit.
The Repuplikans or Conservatives tend to think for themselves and have independent streaks and do not like anyone telling them what to do..
So tough to organize.
This is Rep. Alice Hausman (DFL 66A, Roseville)(Minnesota)
HF 241 Gun ban, registration confiscation (the bill defines common use handgun revolvers as “assault weapons“)
HF 242 Standard capacity magazine ban, 10 rounds
HF 243 Standard capacity magazine ban, 7 rounds
Didn’t write the bills, didn’t present the bills (Heather Martens, paid anti-gun lobbyist from Protect MN presented the bills. Highly irregular.) And Hausman couldn’t be bothered to attend the public hearings on these bills despite the fact that Minnesotans came from all over the state to testify.
Gross dereliction of duty.