That's why I stick with DuckDuckGo over Gulag. Not perfect, but much better.
Bingo. If anything, the Proud Boys need to start flipping the script on these tards.
Accuse them of shamelessly race-baiting to cover for their insecurities, and lack of worthwhile people in their camp, for one thing. Or when asked to denounce something, demand whoever is making the accusation denounce something like BLM or ANTIFA first.
Oh wow. Hell of an arsenal. I love it.
Wonder if someone will swap those flags with a Trump flag like the He Will Not Divide Us flag hunters did.
That's what I've been told too, so it'll stay at the ready for in-the-moment stuff.
Plus the companies making variants of their handguns chambered for .22 wouldn't be doing so if there was no demand for them. Being easy to clean is also a plus for new buyers.
That's fair. Enjoy that piece, though.
I still have my Trump Bux in savings, so I'm in no danger of not being able to afford something.
Already considering one. Just need to narrow down my caliber options.
I've got some. Mostly steel case with FMJ, though.
Believe you me, I am.
(Only had luck with steel case so far, but it's better than nothing.)
Makes me glad I got my hands on a 9mm. Just in case they get the idea of coming into my neighborhood.
Won't do much unless there are swift legal and financial penalties for any company violating these laws.
Ha ha. You get what you deserve, loudmouth.
That's somewhat true. They will do some damage, no question, if you hit the right spot like the chest and abdomen. In terms of pure stopping power however, .22 is not that great. At least a 9mm or .380 for that.
(If you're using subsonic rounds, like the ones I use most for my Wrangler, then yes, plinking and varmint hunting is all you can really do. I'd watch for copper jacket rounds rated to at least 40 grain/1200 FPS if you want okay stopping power, though there are hollow points you can buy for LR and magnum variants.)
That said, Ruger and many other companies like Beretta are making models of some of their guns chambered for .22, so even if they don't do much damage per bullet, you can load up a lot of rounds in one magazine compared to a 9mm or .380. And bricks are cheap, about 6 to 9 dollars for 50 or so.
Yeah, that sounds like a first responder took it. Never would've called that with them.
I'm guessing you brought a complaint against them to see who took it, or at least filled out a police report?
(Mine's a Ruger Wrangler. Wheelguns are among my favorites.)
This is why I'm glad I got at least one .22 gun. If there's an itch to scratch, that'll do it.
As for 9mm, aside from setting sales alerts on web stores and checking brick-and-mortar stores as soon as they open, there's not much we can do for direct purchases. Demand is insane these days.
It already was tried with CHAZ, and even though it collapsed due to governmental intervention, they'll never admit the failure it was up to that point.
Why any sane White person would still live in Seattle after what we saw happen to it over this last month is beyond me. Even moving a few hours out of the city would be a better idea.