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  1. The P89 was my first gun. I wish I never traded it. They are going for $400 around here, so aoffer $275.
  2. On another forum there are tons of reports of a wide variety of problems....you name it, it had it.
  3. I am a HUGE Sig fan. I own a total of 5 Sigs, and 4 of them work perfectly. The only one I have any issues with is the Sig Revolution - Carry (1911 model). I am in the market for a new handgun, and I am torn between 2 different pistols. The price difference between the two is not an issue. I am trying to decide between the Sig P250 and the Smith & Wesson M&P. Both would be in 9mm. from what you have read/heard, which one has a better reputation of being reliable? I have seen tons of complaints about the P250, but very few complaints about the M&P on various forums. A long trigger pull is not an issue for me, because I currently carry a Sig P229 DAK. Has anyone had any positive or negative experiences with either handgun?
  4. Exposed: Ohio anti-gunners' 2004 & 2005 IRS returns By Chad D. Baus As I was preparing to put Buckeye Firearms Association's latest set of campaign finance report figures on this website, I was reminded of a figure who has been appearing frequently in news stories about 'Castle Doctrine' legislation - someone I haven't much cared to spend time on in the past year or so because, frankly, she hasn't much mattered. That someone is Toby Hoover, who heads what University of Toledo professor Brian Patrick memorably referred to at the NRA's 2005 Annual Meeting and Convention as a “coalition of two” (the Ohio Coalition Against Gun Violence, or OCAGV). Hoover never releases reports like ours, because she has cloaked the OCAGV behind a declaration of being a tax-exempt, not-for-profit charity, or as the IRS refers to it, a 501©(3). As I revealed in August of 2005 ("Exposed: Pulling back the curtain on the gun grabbers' Wizard of Toledo"), Hoover can't hide everything about where her anti-gun funding comes from. OCAGV is required to turn in an IRS Form 990 each year, which becomes a public record. It was not yet available to me when I published that first analysis of the sources of her anti-gun funding, but Hoover had already filed the Form 990 for OCAGV's second full year of operation (2004). So imagine my curiosity when I discovered that she had filed an Amended 2004 form soon after the cat was out of the bag - after it was revealed that someone was watching - and that she filed a second Amended 2004 return several months later. Upon examination of the three 2004 forms, I became even more curious when I examined the area wherein Hoover's corrections had been made. You can read the entire article here: http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3970.html
  5. Hamill was robbed. He destroyed Bisping and looked really good. His skill level is way better than he was. worst decision in the UFC ever. The fix must have been in.
  6. The Illusion of Safety By Chris Chumita David Blaine is a master illusionist. When he performs his amazing street magic, he makes you believe in the unbelievable. He spins his illusions so well that you don't see that they are really just cheap parlor tricks. In a way, the gun-grabbers are also illusionists. Unfortunately, their illusions often lead to the loss of innocent life, instead of astonishing you. Their illusion is a simple one. They trick people into believing that strict gun control laws will make everyone safer. In essence, they create an illusion of safety. You can read the entire article here: http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3694
  7. Ten Threats To Our Ohio Gun Rights In 2007 By Alex Payton In August of 2006, the Buckeye Firearms Association produced a list of ten people who are threatening your Ohio gun rights. Since then, Ohio gun owners successfully passed HB347 and helped elect several pro-gun candidates. To some degree, all of the people who were previously listed are still threatening your Ohio gun rights, but there are now new threats that need to be addressed. Shockingly, a large number of the threats on our Ohio gun rights are coming from OUTSIDE of Ohio! In order to defend our rights, we have to know who is threatening them. However, there are too many threats to address all of them. The following is a list of just ten of the threats to our Ohio gun rights in 2007. You can read the rest of the article here: http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3622.html
  8. Go-it-alone: Financially-challenged City of Cleveland sues over preemption Today the City of Cleveland filed a declaratory judgment against the State of Ohio to fight the enactment of Ohio Revised Code (RC) section 9.68. Click here to download the press release. (.pdf) ORC Section 9.68: "(A) The individual right to keep and bear arms, being a fundamental individual right that predates the United States Constitution and Ohio Constitution, and being a constitutionally protected right in every part of Ohio, the general assembly finds the need to provide uniform laws throughout the state regulating the ownership, possession, purchase, other acquisition, transport, storage, carrying, sale, or other transfer of firearms, their components, and their ammunition." This preemption provision enacted in HB347 allows law abiding gun owners to travel throughout Ohio without concern of violating the previous patchwork of ordinances enacted by various cities. HB347 effectively put the battle back where it belongs, between the city attorneys and the state legislature. You can read the rest of the article here: http://buckeyefirearms.org/article3600.html
  9. I'm looking for a rifle for range and SHTF use. It needs to be reliable and not to expensive. I prefer AK-47 style rifles over Ar-15s. Which one would you reccomend, the AK-47 style rifle or a SKS? Why? Thanks in advance.
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    I have seen SKS rifles at gun shows, but never fired one. Does anyone have any good web sites with info on SKS rifles? How much should I expect to pay? What are some things I should be careful of before buying a SKS? I do have another quick dumb question...are the stripper clips reusable? I never seen or used a gun that used one.
  11. Has anyone had any good or bad experiences with Crossbreed holsters? I'm considering buying their "Supertuck" model to conceal a Sig P220ST. http://www.crossbreedholsters.com/beltslide.html
  12. My Home is My Castle By Rick Jones While reading over some of the newspapers across the state recently, I found an interesting letter to the editor in which a person asked, "If armed felons beat my door in, do I have to worry about legal ramifications if I shoot them?" It really made me think about this and take into consideration some of Ohio's antiquated laws. Ohio has recently had some sweeping improvements in our gun laws, but there is room for improvement. In cases like the one mentioned above, Ohio still has on the books "a duty to retreat". This means that under certain guidelines of the law, someone breaks into your home you have a duty to leave your home if possible. To me this sounds like it would be difficult to do. Should the homeowner be forced into using deadly force, who is going to be the victim and who is going to be the criminal? Most homeowners feel the same way I do - if someone breaks into my home at 3 in the morning I don't think they are coming in to borrow a cup of sugar. Ignoring the fact that we've worked hard all our lives to provide a safe and secure home for our loved ones, are we now supposed to roll over and play dead? You can read the rest of the article here: http://buckeyefirearms.org/article3474.html
  13. Forces of gun prohibition on the march again… By Tim Inwood Since the elections on November 7th I have been watching the news coverage carefully and what I see chills me. The forces that want to eventually ban gun ownership have been very frustrated under Republican rule in Washington D.C. since January 1995. The past two years since the expiration of the Clinton Semi-automatic Firearms ban has literally driven them up the wall. Now. with a new Democrat majority in Washington D.C., they are stirring. They think it is time to move. The problem is we the defenders of our Constitutional rights never seem to get as much air time or the space and ink necessary to debunk the balderdash spread by these people in the major newspapers. Thank goodness we have websites like this one to spread to truth. You can read the rest of the article here: http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3464.html
  14. What Are You Listening To? By Chris Chumita It was not that long ago that the liberal media had total control. The anti-gun and anti-freedom organizations had free reign to use the radio and television to spew their propaganda. Pro-gun and freedom organizations were forced to use less effective means to communicate such as mass mailing and newsletters. During those dark times, pro-gun and pro-freedom editorials and stories were even rarer then they are today. The winds of change started several years ago. Conservative talk radio was born and its popularity continues to grow. Finally, there was an outlet for conservatives, pro-gun, and pro-freedom people to have a voice. It did not stop there. As technology grew, so did opportunities to broadcast pro-gun and pro-freedom messages. Today, we have a growing number of pro-gun and pro-freedom radio shows, internet shows, and podcasts. Listed below you will find a list of the most notable shows. You can read the rest of the article here: http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3465.html
  15. The Buckeye Firearms Association is happy to announce that the state senate has voted to over ride Governor Taft's veto of HB 347! We would like to thank everyone for all of their hard work and support. This proves that the gun vote matters, and how powerful the grassroots movement is. Our official announcement is below. THANK YOU! ------------------------------------------------------- Senate overrides Governor's Veto of H.B. 347 On December 12, 2006, the Ohio Senate voted to override Governor Taft's veto of H.B. 347 by a vote of 21-12. The House previously voted 71-21 to override Governor Taft's veto. House Bill 347 has now passed into law with an effective date in approximately 90 days, depending upon the exact filing and certification dates. This vote is believed to mark the first joint override of an Ohio Governor's veto since the mid-1970s. You can read the rest of the article here: http://www.buckeyefirearms.org/article3432.html
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