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Re: Latest Bulletin

PostMon Jun 03, 2019 8:35 pm

Received my Bulletin today and just finished perusing through it.
Found a few really interesting points in it •••
~ the Chairman losing his CCW rights; coming originally from Negro and mud infested New Jersey where only those in L.E./politically connected can ever even think about a carry handgun for self defense and having worked in "the projects" in North Bergen, West New York, Union City, Englewood, Teaneck, Hackensack, Passaic and Paterson (the last five heavily - like everyone! Negro infested) I believe he hasn't much concern in Laurel Bloomery in regards to safety HOWEVER it just shows (I was thinking about this while stacking wood) "just how" certain states step on our Bill of Rights and no one complains or if they do they're shouted down. We now have "hate speech", gun rights squashed, search & seizure, confiscating money/property.
Look at Cuomo's New York ••• a semi-automatic rifle I believe is allowed only ONE of the following (according to my son) a) detachable magazine b) pistol grip or thumbhole stock c) muzzle brake/flash hider/threaded barrel ••• which makes his somewhat collectible and sought after special edition Ruger TNZ 10/22 banned.
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~ being prepared for self defense. Sadly I sold at auction many beautiful firearms (all safe queens more or less) since there were only maybe four I used regularly for hunting. I did keep some of my when TSHTF weapons.
Sadly, mainly do to weight and NOT going to the range anymore sold 3,000 of mil surplus 7.62 NATO (South African, Portuguese, Australian) for less than half what it was actually worth BUT less than I had paid for it.
~ friends and talking racial views. Tough one there so i'm going to relate a true story:
My really good friend, I'll call him Frank and he has three sons.
Frank's father is German-American and Frank's mother is German-German (war bride of sorts) and Frank is a stocky, tough ironworker with the iciest, piercing blue eyes you've ever seen.
Frank is the most Negro detesting man possibly in NJ, despises them.
He was a foreman on a job and a black apprentice says to him, "See dis skin? It's fireproof."
Frank thinks, "Maybe but I sure as s**t can make you quit." - which he did BTW.
Frank's wife is Norwegian - first generation American born with flaxen, almost white hair and light blue eyes.
No surprise all of the boys are fair haired (close to strawberry blonde) and blue eyed.
Frank's oldest (we're talking YEARS BACK now) goes off to college (we'll call him Ed) and meets a Japanese (from Japan) girl and they become an item.
This goes on all through college and basically they're together long afterwards until the government is about to deport her because student visa is up so they get married.
Bigoted Frank on this, "At least he didn't bring home a shine. How can you not love her? She's smart, she's pretty. she's polite."
Frank's second son (we'll call him Jim) goes off to the same very famous college, graduates and is being jerked around by the spoiled "little daddy's girl" type prima donnas in New Jersey and recently ended up with a Chinese-American girl.
Yeah! What's with the yellow fever?
Third son (we'll call Pete) I believe is with a normal white American girl (Frank really hasn't mentioned much) as far as I know.
Frank mentioned (couple years back) Ed's wife was expecting and when I said something to my wife like, "There's two races tainted." she kind of scoffed.
It's a tough row we're attempting to hoe.
It's not diversity, it's displacement.
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Re: Latest Bulletin

PostTue Jun 04, 2019 12:25 am

The instructions for having your own stickers printed up are very useful.
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Re: Latest Bulletin

PostWed Jun 05, 2019 1:49 pm

While looking for that meme to insert in another post I just made I came across some photos that made me think •••
post THAT information
in regards to the bulletin's statement about being able to defend self, family and others.
Heads up!
If you live in a free state (meaning NOT NJ, NY, CT, MA, CA, MY) you SHOULD get your C&R FFL.
You will be able to, just like before 1968, have firearms delivered right to your door.
Sure you're not going to order an AR, M1A or AK clone BUT you'll be able to order such firearms as former Soviet block weapons as TT-33, SKS, CZ-50, CZ-52, CZ-82, Mosin-Nagant, K-98k, other assorted military bolt rifles, German P-38/P-1 pistols plus many other "collectibles" that are non-military in origin.
Some of the ammo for these is fairly dirt cheap so easy to stock up.
Just a thought.

https://www.jgsales.com/c-r-guns-c-290. ... 95003aed1c

https://aimsurplus.com/firearm/handgun

https://www.centuryarms.com/surplus-cor ... o2teoobha0
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Re: Latest Bulletin

PostFri Jun 07, 2019 1:02 pm

I just received the latest Firearm News in today's mail.
I haven't read it yet but leafed through it, really nice article on the (underrated) M1Carbine.
Thinking maybe with his stint in Special Forces and working with indigenous troops maybe our chairman has some intimate knowledge of that little rifle in actual combat.
Anyway, just breezing through glancing at a few pictures (while on the phone BS'ing) I noticed that special German units in WWII actually prized that little carbine and were issued captured weapons.
Years back I remember that it was also a prized weapon among the French Foreign Legion.
This might be something to consider as a TSHTF rifle to have as opposed to a scary AK type clone or equally scary AR type.
It's light, it's handy, it has about half again the muzzle energy of a .357 revolver and it's as friendly looking as a Ruger 10/22.


http://gundata.org/cartridge/52/.30-m1-carbine/
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Re: Latest Bulletin

PostSat Jun 08, 2019 12:57 am

PhuBai68 wrote:I just received the latest Firearm News in today's mail.
I haven't read it yet but leafed through it, really nice article on the (underrated) M1Carbine.
Thinking maybe with his stint in Special Forces and working with indigenous troops maybe our chairman has some intimate knowledge of that little rifle in actual combat.
Anyway, just breezing through glancing at a few pictures (while on the phone BS'ing) I noticed that special German units in WWII actually prized that little carbine and were issued captured weapons.
Years back I remember that it was also a prized weapon among the French Foreign Legion.
This might be something to consider as a TSHTF rifle to have as opposed to a scary AK type clone or equally scary AR type.
It's light, it's handy, it has about half again the muzzle energy of a .357 revolver and it's as friendly looking as a Ruger 10/22.


http://gundata.org/cartridge/52/.30-m1-carbine/
AR's and AK's might be scary to hoplophobic types, but wouldn't they also be scared of M1 Carbines as well?

For women and teenaged kids, this particular long gun and cartridge might be handy and easier for them to handle than those AR/AK's for immediate self-defense needs. Getting surplus M1 Carbine magazines is becoming more and more a challenge though, and some new production magazines may have quality control problems (cough cough China cough cough Korea cough cough). In any event, having a gun is much better than not having one!
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