Plinker Arms releases Response Mag - made to look like a 30 round with only 10 rounds for restricted states...More
Sure, that’s a nice knife….I like knives. I’d rather see the ivory ON THE ELEPHANT
[…] The Idaho Statesman’s opinion on the matter emphasized the importance of responsibility over rights, which would have been refreshing if the staff had thought a bit more critically before hitting the “print” button. The editorial board worried about “armed students in a heated classroom discussion or at a tailgating party (outside of an arena) where alcohol is being served; [and] the possibility of weapons theft,” apparently forgetting that off-duty law enforcement are hardly immune to the same concerns. If we’re concerned about people using guns during an argument, we’re concerned first and foremost with psychopaths – whether they carry a badge or a student ID. (I don’t know the data for Idaho, but it looks like in Florida you’re three times more likely to be murdered by law enforcement than by a citizen with a conceale….) […]
lived in Dallas Texas 20 years never got to hog hunt but love watching pigman and love the new show, great job.
Police don’t have to register them because they call them “Patrol Rifles”.
This article is poorly written at best – high capacity mags are outlawed not mandated to be registered, CT has probably 300,000 non-registrants at most, the “so called” emergency session of the legislature was actually an emergency session – this calls the other factoids and the indignation in this article into question … If you want to write pro-gun news at least don’t make us look like idiots