That's really not much of an argument, is it? If it's "OUR HOUSE" then it was also her house.
Conditions allowing the use of deadly force by law enforcement are pretty well defined. A better argument would be made by showing how her shooting fit within those conditions. As far as I know...
This is driving me nuts. As an example, I did a quick inventory of 9mm that I have, saw that I have 800 rounds or so, and thought, OK, I'm good for a while.
Good for a while? Three years ago I was running through 200 rounds or so a week shooting at lunch. Now I look at 800 and think "I'm...
Notarized? I set up an account on the Estore, emailed them a scan of my LTC & GOAL card, received an email in reply a few days later, and entered an ammo order online. What would have needed to be notarized?
Well, sub-optimal certainly sounds like a sour grapes assertion. My G19 clone is a nice shooting gun that runs reliably. Not sure why I would consider it "sub-optimal". Plus, last time I looked, $100 to $200 off was 15% to 30% less than list. That's past my definition of "not that much",
It's a pleasant mechanical build and you can select individual components that suit your fancy as you build it. When I finish the G17C build, it will have a slide precut for a Trijicon and be less than $600 (excluding the RDS and suppressor height sights).
So there's two forms at the state without serial numbers. So what? If you have two of them and you've also filed twice, who cares which is which?
Now, in my case, when I finish the second one it will have a different barrel length on the form than the first, but neither will have a S/N.