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  1. Welcome to Cultural War 2.0

    Honestly, I put a comparison in my post originally. I'm willing to 'compromise' that there needs to be 'universal background checks', in return, I want the Hughes Amendment to be repealed.
  2. Welcome to Cultural War 2.0

    When someone is willing to compromise with me, I'm for it. The left today wants capitulation.
  3. "Police proud of their bust" megathread

    Southern Baptists are why bars have back doors.....
  4. All Republicans are awful...

    I think less of anyone who 'hyphenates' their 'Americanism'. Then again, there are citizens and then there are Americans.
  5. "Police proud of their bust" megathread

    Three gallons?? That's not even getting a gathering started right. No wonder you guys are so angry all the time. :D
  6. Looking for opinion on new carry gun

    Anecdotal for the most part but I do have some data to back it up through qual scores: Compact pistols from reputable manufacturers are just as accurate as the full size for most ranges. We shoot the HnK P2k and the SK for the same qualification shooting. The scores between the two guns with...
  7. More police protecting and serving

    Without knowing some extremely unlikely information, I don't know how that deputy survives a civil rights abuse trial at a minimum. The legal standard per Graham is 'reasonableness' of force. Some of these videos, I can see 'some' narrow reasonableness to the actions. How the hell you tackle...
  8. President Trump gives clemency

    The brutal nature of war, it is a war crime because we won. If we'd lost a la Man in the High Castle, there was no war crime tribunal for what the Nazis did. They won and they defined the events. The act wouldn't have changed, but the criminality of it would have. As for this SEAL, his medic...
  9. President Trump gives clemency

    This is what always bugged me. You think the thin blue line is something. I can't imagine the bond those guys have. Either he did something wrong, or he pissed off his entire unit to the point they were willing to be known as guys who turned on a brother. I'd imagine the truth is somewhere...
  10. Bolt Carrier

    I can only figure shooting out to 600 with a .22 caliber, maybe there is some tweaking you can get from the bolt/carrier? He mentioned a 'premium barrel' whatever that means. I don't know enough about building a tack driving gun and didn't sleep in some fancy hotel last night. The original is...
  11. "Police proud of their bust" megathread

    Why is there a bunch of alcohol in a perp pic? That's like a good get together down here? Is that a dry county?
  12. Manhattan woman on living in Texas where people own firearms

    I've lived in Texas a long time, I still visit a couple times a year. Guns don't come up in conversation with random people unless you bring it up yourself. This bimbo is probably going to complain about having to drive around longhorn cattle on the road next.
  13. 1st new Ford GT down the 1/2 Mile vs Dodge Demon - Drag Racing at Wannagofast

    In the same vein, the GT isn't a drag car. Put it on the Ring and see how it compares to the Hellcat. I doubt it could handle the Le Mans as it comes out of the factory, but a single lap it should be able to handle. It's just as dumb as people dragging Ferrari's, that's not what it does...
  14. Wall with Mexico and Cordless Tools

    It was nice of them to publish a paper about what people know about, and plan around. Look at me, I published something. Holes cut in the fence aren't the point. Once they cut a hole, they tend to use it until they figure out you know there's a hole there. The trick is letting them get far...
  15. Off-duty cop breaks library workers knee in library for doing his job

    Look, your logic isn't sound when it comes to prosecutions. I get it, DA's and USA's make it sound like they are hell bent to prosecute everyone. The simple truth is, they aren't. The DA can choose to decline any case he wants to, at whatever political cost he chooses. Facts or no, the case...
  16. Off-duty cop breaks library workers knee in library for doing his job

    I'm not 'ignoring' anything. He's not 'just a security guard'. That's why people hire off duty cops. So if things get out of control, they have someone who has some legal authority there, right then, to handle it.
  17. Off-duty cop breaks library workers knee in library for doing his job

    I'm not afraid of the truth. I just want to see it. Not someone talking with their lawyer sitting beside them on an interview where you only get one side of the story. I blame the 'system' as much as anything else. The standard is don't say anything and just let it die when someone is making...
  18. Off-duty cop breaks library workers knee in library for doing his job

    No, I'm not missing the point. I don't think, due to lack of footage, that your point may be valid is all. If the cop just whomped on the guy, I'm with you. If the guy stepped back and twisted his knee, the rhetoric here is a little extreme. All I've seen is a crappy video that didn't cover...
  19. Off-duty cop breaks library workers knee in library for doing his job

    Oh, the horror. Look. The librarian is not the arbiter of law and what constitutes breaking it. I already said it could have been handled differently. But to make the outrageous claim that a cop 'broke a guy's knees' when it was a ligament or tendon tear is beyond me. Knees are fragile...
  20. Off-duty cop breaks library workers knee in library for doing his job

    Yes, that's exactly what I said. Yup.
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