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  1. Best and worst state for gun owner's

    Boy, talk about missing the mark.......what about Maine? Constitutional Carry, ghost guns ok, no caliber/ammo restrictions, no mag restrictions, NO PERMITS REQUIRED, etc., etc. I shoot in my back yard at leisure and EVERYONE here owns a firearm or ten. To boot, yes there is a preponderance of...
  2. .44 Magnum, rapid fire..

    Me Neither! That handgun is a cannon no matter what anyone else says and he handles that anchor like it's a .22!
  3. Maine: pro-silencer hearing scheduled for tomorrow. UPDATE: Signed

    In any event it takes about 8 months to get a stamp anyway. Any change will be appreciated.
  4. Is this a pipe dream???

    I, too, that .22 revolver itch to scratch but I wasn't going to "invest" in a monster Stainless S&W for $500+ just to plink .22s when I'm bored or with the kids. I ended up buying a Heritage myself. Hey! It's got a safety built in! Imagine that. It's one of the safest guns you can own and...
  5. DiFi just submitted another AWB

    It is estimated that there are around 20 million.......gasp.....20 million AR-15/type rifle out there right now. These laws, if passed, would be virtually unenforcable. All they would do is provide the police a reason to arrest you or search your home should you run afoul of the law by owing...
  6. Gun friendly retirement

    1) Where ever you move, make a point of leaving California habits at the border. Biggest issue here in New England is that people move from the less rural but suffering states like CT, MA, and NY to the more rural areas and freer states only to begin whining they need more trash pickup, etc...
  7. Contemplating Moving to a More Free State

    I respectifully disagree. There's plenty of evidence that some states could stand up to the Feds if they overreach with their authority and simply refuse to comply or, more to the point, require their citizens to comply. Biden, had he played a different hand and spread out his "ditates" over a...
  8. At the doctor's office yesterday ....

    Up here in Maine we usually discuss shooting in the docs office, too. But it's like "any new calibers lately?" I can not tell you how refreshing it is to be living in a state where firearms are not the bain of life but accepted as part of daily life. My Doc bragged to me he shoots high-power...
  9. Goodbye my friend

    Just this side of heaven is a place called Rainbow Bridge. When an animal dies that has been especially close to someone here, that pet goes to Rainbow Bridge. There are meadows and hills for all of our special friends so they can run and play together. There is plenty of food, water and...
  10. Contemplating Moving to a More Free State

    Searsmont. I shoot in my back yard, too. It was one of my dreams!
  11. Contemplating Moving to a More Free State

    Maine. I moved here 3 months ago and could not be happier. REgardless of what the pundits say about being blue, this state is a Red state with just a veneer of blue which could easily be removed. Hunting and fishing here are wonderful. Snow has been low for the past three years including...
  12. CETME Rifles

    CETME is : Centro de Estudios Técnicos de Materiales Especiales,/'Centre for Technical Studies of Special Materials' Unless I'm mistaken they were a design business that specialized in sewing machines. One of the last "wood" rifles and again, select fire.
  13. CETME Rifles

    I loved my 3.0 iteration Cetme.(my terminology) CIA (Century Intl) made an initial receiver to mate to the "kits" they purchased. The action is a blow-back that relies on rollers to extend upon initial ejection of the shell and then, as the pressure relaxes, the rollers collapse and the bolt...
  14. Where to get original German Sturmgewehr STG MP-44 MP-43 but in semi auto closed bolt - completely legal

    https://www.hmgunworks.com/product/hmg-sturmgewehr-stg-n/ You might want to reconsider buying a CETME as they are pretty much the progeny of the MP44
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