Any situation that keeps money out of their pockets.
What was illegal about it? and what were his qualifications to determine that at the scene?
No, it was a legal order and he decided to gun it out...
If someone makes the charge and you answer the door and try to shoot it out with the police who are investigating aren't you proving that the call...
OK, that was kind of messed up but it wasn't a Red Flag case it was a domestic violence protective order which has been around for decades.
By that logic you could walk down the street shooting anyone in your path. How do I know if they aren't going to pull out an Uzi from their baby's...
We have a guy on here (Can't remember who) who is heavily into drones. Maybe someone will link him in.
I could be wrong but it would probably take a lot more than that. There will be a hearing and the whistle blower had better have their facts...
More like proof that red flag laws are a necessary evil.
Yeah, what I saw was an open invitation for all of us to line up and take turns trying to knock him out.
You'll have to have the money ready to transfer at the time of sale. That's the only thing that stopped me from acquiring property that way.
These reported cases don't help us.
Until someone who isn't a nutcase gets their rights infringed the movement will gain momentum.
That was a nice rational argument. We need more representatives like that on both sides of the aisle.
That's the brachial stun. They used to teach it in BLET.
Could it be something like the cleaning kit for an H&K?
And if that doesn't work,
You're saying that you want to keep the nastiest ass habit of all time but don't want the danger.
I'll check out the DeLint. Simon Green annoys me with his prose. If you took a drink every time he said "on the Nightside" you'd be dead now.
I'm wondering how well a ceracote job would hold up on a revolver.
There's a petition to impeach the judge....
Who would determine if it was justified or not? Judge Dredd?
Using what happens in foreign countries as an example? It's your fantasy chief, have at it.
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