In June 2020, the park service got a guard Chinook to remove the bus so the idiot tourists wouldn't keep going there...
Where are you quoting the word "required" from because I never used that word? Try reading what I wrote again--and maybe slower this time.
Hey, if you're comfortable the Mass AG will only use the state's records in your best interest and you'd never need your own copies of your transfers--then...
It certainly could. The FA10 just notes a transaction though. So if you transferred to an FFL and then ultimately out of state, whereby a second FA10 for that firearm would not be filed then the last owner per MA records would be you--possibly forever. That doesn't mean you own the gun...
Oh my, which order are you reading and claiming the exemption from now? People like to pretend things don't apply to them, or their Club, but you better READ the order before making such broad claims.
Shooting ranges are certainly subject to these closures--regardless of whether they are...
I would take Universal Hub's analysis with a grain of salt. Adam is very anti-2A and often writes headlines to excite liberals.
The case outcome is not all that surprising though. The guns were taken from a backroom where they were just sitting on a shelf: not secured; not under anyone's...
You can cycle a hammer 800 times a minute--amazingly fast!
Maybe if you change your buffer lead shot each time you change your blinker fluid, you won't forget!
Or better yet, dog shit seems to stick when dropped. Maybe just put dog shit in the buffer!
You can you swing a hammer as fast as a AR cycling? Very impressive!
Sounds like you're trying to solve a problem that doesn't exist. Typical carbine buffer from a reputable source costs $15.
The function of buffers: The Buffer - Theory and when to Use What Buffer
Lead is one of the softest metals. So while it might work at first, it's thought to deform, potentially breakup over time, leading to inconsistent performance and possible failure. In contrast, tungsten steel used for commercial buffers, is one of the hardest steels, and thus thought to...
I took the Armalite AR-15 armorer's class years ago (it was advertised here on NES!). The instructors talked about using quality parts and specifically mentioned buffers in particular as being problematic for fly-by-night manufacturers putting anything imaginable in the buffer for weight. They...
So you can't answer your own question you claimed you already answered, which was "what's your profession?" Wow.
>How about you answer your own question: what's your profession?
>you did what?
I honestly have no idea what you just claimed and asked for clarification.
I will answer you question though: I have no f***ing idea what impacts the state constitution has on law enacted in 1950. You tell us?