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  1. That just makes me want to introduce them to their God that much more.....if ya' know what I mean.
  2. Congratulations on 66 trips around the sun!
  3. Try this. COVID Vaccines Linked to New Type of Incurable, Fatal Degenerative Brain Disorder (theepochtimes.com)
  4. More bad news. Studies suggest a link between an incurable and fatal prion disease known as Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (CJD) and COVID-19 vaccines. https://1.breakingheadlines.news/3LTPKA
  5. Look at the Primary Arms options. They have surprised a lot of folks. If they don't trip your trigger, take a peek at what Athlon Optics has available. There are a lot of LPVOs to choose from these days. Many are reasonably priced with great warranties.
  6. AOC is out in front of the SCOTUS building right now inciting violence. Here's some video of it. https://t.me/RealMarjorieGreene/2088 IMO, she should be immediately arrested, but we all know that Garland doesn't have the will or the balls.
  7. To some extent I'm sure that regional differences may have played a part, but not as far as new guns not functioning properly straight out of the box. FWIW, I went to Colorado School of Trades in Lakewood Colorado in 77-78. At the time it was the top school in the country and gave me the opportunity to learn from some legendary names of the era like the wildcat wild-man Eldon Adams, stock-maker Dean Wentworth, Sharps expert Richard McKinney, and gunsmith turned knifemaker Ralph Bone. Don't get me started on cars. Growing up near the Motor City during the muscle car era was an education in engineering, manufacturing, and reality. I'll leave it at that, as cars aren't the point of this thread.
  8. Won't work. They would just come back in across our open southern border and collect freebees like all the other illegals.
  9. In the 70's, when I was working AS a gunsmith, we saw the exact opposite. In fact, we frequently had brand new Smith guns come in that wouldn't function properly right out of the box. That's not even mentioning the stupid stuff that Smith did to avoid infringing on Colt patents, like having to pin their barrels to the frame to keep them from unscrewing when fired because the direction of the rifling was even opposite. How about the stupid little trigger block that the government ordered removed from all Federal agent's weapons because it made them unreliable? Yeah, I'm more than a little biased. I've seen too much Smith junk to ever spend even one dollar for one. The only one I have was inherited from my Father (a 5" M&P Special) that is far from my favorite. Truth be told, the only Smith that I would ever consider buying is a Model 41 .22LR autoloader.
  10. The Gunsite guns are pretty nice, too. And since a trip to Gunsite is part of the package as well as being $260 less, I'd take the more durable heater and put the savings into a holster and ammo. YMMV
  11. I vote for the Colt. It's stronger and smoother out of the box by design. To me, the biggest drawback to the Colt is that it's union made (UAW), and that part sucks donkey balls.
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