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Old August 13th, 2019, 01:25 PM #31
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Law or no law you will like it. somehow Black rifle Coffee has mine on their site, however add a few inches as this one has to be < 29"

That's about how i want it to look. Probably go with a 9-10" barrel. Whatever i can get away with. Guess its time to gear up to start making brass.
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Old August 13th, 2019, 03:25 PM #32
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That's about how i want it to look. Probably go with a 9-10" barrel. Whatever i can get away with. Guess its time to gear up to start making brass.


Not to change the direction of this thread, there are many very good ones on this topic, I made my first 1K (jig and 12Ē chopsaw) and would strongly suggest buying them. Still finding brass necks in the shop some 5 years later lol.

In relation to this thread, important to remember to start with lower/lowers, before any new law crap, and hobby on from there.
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Old August 13th, 2019, 03:50 PM #33
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I mean, this is the same group that talks about holding on and not turning their 30 round mags in if they become banned. What is the difference? Banned is banned.

If they ban your run of the mill standard old .556 hbar, will you turn yours in?
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Old August 13th, 2019, 04:10 PM #34
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I mean, this is the same group that talks about holding on and not turning their 30 round mags in if they become banned. What is the difference? Banned is banned.

If they ban .556 hbar, will you turn yours in?
That didnít even make it to a committee last time someone proposed that nonsense. Letís hope it stays that way. Not even in this state could an all out ban happen.

PS Brian Frosh must really suck at his job. Who the f*** keeps voting for this idiot?
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That didnít even make it to a committee last time someone proposed that nonsense. Letís hope it stays that way. Not even in this state could an all out ban happen.

PS Brian Frosh must really suck at his job. Who the f*** keeps voting for this idiot?
I'm with you. But the downside for our side is that they only have to win 1 time. We have to win over and over and over and over.

Then they get their silly law.

How often are silly laws removed?

How many people can go buy a pencil barrel right now here in MD?
I bet they could make a case that the heavy barrel is more accurate so should be banned.

for anyone thinking I just gave a talking point to the enemy, it's already one of their talking points. And it does not matter, they will come over and over until they get the result they are looking for. The question is will you turn yours in because some constitution breaking politician paid for by your tax dollars put ink to paper and said what you have can't be had?
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In an effort to reduce the growing epidemic of trash in the oceans Frosh is giving all state employees a stainless steel spork*.

I read the email and laughed. He is going to import these ss sporks from china presumably and they will probably all come in plastic bags, thus creating more trash in an effort to reduce trash.

The asterisk was in the email...
* a combination spoon/fork. Who the eff doesn't know what a spork is?
Wait, his answer to gun violence in Ohio is to ban AR pistols here.

And

His answer to ocean pollution is stainless steel sporks.

I am sensing a theme here....

His answer to the trade deficit will be everyone should grow flowers

And his answer to the mental health crisis will be that everyone should stand on their head on alternate Tuesdays.

Finally, he could spring for the titanium sporks? Cheap bastard.
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I'm with you. But the downside for our side is that they only have to win 1 time. We have to win over and over and over and over.

Then they get their silly law.

How often are silly laws removed?

How many people can go buy a pencil barrel right now here in MD?
I bet they could make a case that the heavy barrel is more accurate so should be banned.

for anyone thinking I just gave a talking point to the enemy, it's already one of their talking points. And it does not matter, they will come over and over until they get the result they are looking for. The question is will you turn yours in because some constitution breaking politician paid for by your tax dollars put ink to paper and said what you have can't be had?
The only way I see them justifying an all out ban is to give up on incorporation doctrine - and they can't do that because they lose all of the other federal amendments that they hide behind.

Also, anyone who looks at a plastic cup and plastic straw, and in an effort to reduce the amount of plastic of said "system" suggests a paper straw...that logic is beyond me. A paper straw used in a plastic cup is beyond moronic.

Speaking of silly...training requirements. Aren't training requirements for a gun permit silly? Training only makes you more lethal.
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The only way I see them justifying an all out ban is to give up on incorporation doctrine - and they can't do that because they lose all of the other federal amendments that they hide behind.

Also, anyone who looks at a plastic cup and plastic straw, and in an effort to reduce the amount of plastic of said "system" suggests a paper straw...that logic is beyond me. A paper straw used in a plastic cup is beyond moronic.

Speaking of silly...training requirements. Aren't training requirements for a gun permit silly? Training only makes you more lethal.
Unfortunately, that is what we always battle in Annapolis...where the morons run the show. Even though the sponsor of the bill made an ass of himself in committee, they justified and damn near passed an all out ban on AR15 rifles last year by removing the HBAR exemption from FSA2013. They absolutely will try again this year. Now that they know AR pistols exist, they'll be after them, too.

"Beyond moronic" describes about half the country...
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