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Discussion in 'Locker Room Talk' started by jujitsu, Feb 9, 2013.
I applied for a pistol permit! just for fuck sake. i don't own a pistol
wassup bitch. i got a pistol permit. does you?
I own several illegal military assault weapons.
yeah well have fun banging into even thing with your high profile weapons as I slide around everything unnoticed noob
nigga pls jelly much?
I would call your bluff but you're American so I'm not entirely sure you're lying.
That's afro-asian-american, racist bastard!
he thinks i'm serious lol
I don't need no fucking pistol. I have access to bazookas, anti-aircraft guns, anti-tank cannons, belt-fed machineguns, land mines, dynamite, gelignite, plastic explosives, rocket-propelled grenades, Scud missiles, limpet devices, torpedoes, and this group is developing drones, uranium enrichment, detention facilities, torture methods, execution methods and mind control techniques. Our targets for invasion include Ruckersville, VA, Victoria, TX, Chapel Hill, NC, Saginaw, MI, West Palm Beach, FL, and Auckland, NZ, along with detaining three target individuals in the vicinity of Portland, OR.
its called a handgun permit you fucking retards. go euthanize yourself
But do they have assault clip???????
Pamperchu... ADF-fuensalida... @messyjessie ... enjoy your freedom and your city being part of Amerika while you can.
What do you need to do to get a gun permit anyway?
Jump through a bunch of bureaucratic hoops and hope that Obama doesn't do what the UK did twice, once after Hungerford and again after Dunblane.
If Romney had been disqualified because of voter fraud and they opened their eyes to Obama being born in Kenya, Gary Johnson most likely would have won and we would be better off.
Also: Adam Lanza and James Holmes are heroes. Snuffing out lots of anchor baby and kike "life" is epic win. I wonder if they ever had ED, EDF or Documenting Reality accounts.
well let me put it to you in a friendly way. sometime I may want to shove a loaded gun barrel up your ass, and a pistol permit would make it more convenient for me to do so. Now I hope you understand. it's very simple. And on the other hand I don't like that fact that nature is raw, and gun control without possession of a gun is a fantasy. I may never need a gun, but the time when you do need a gun is called hoping being totally fucked won't hurt. I'm just being a little proactive, and brave.
I've been thinking about getting a pistol lately.
That's my main choice. I was holding out for the 1911 being my first purchase (as any red blooded American would), but I don't have money to waste on something I can't conceal and carry.
If you were really brave, you would just be strapped, and fuck the police. Asking the government if you can pretty pweeeese carry your firea rm around (unloaded, and thus somewhat useless), you missed the point of owning one in the first place.
Depending on where you live, you might be able to open carry.
I live in PA where it's completely kosher, however I'd rather not. I live in the Philly suburbs and the cops in my hometown are cool, but the rest of the suburbs are community college rejects.
My dad has a story where they busted his friend's brothers diabetic friends in another town's "drug bust" where they hauled away a dozen syringes.....filled with insulin. Warminster cops, man.
Pennsylvania cops tend to be shitheads. They're in the money-making shit-giving business. A guy open-carried in Philly County and was harassed by cops the whole time for doing something 100% legal in the state that was constitutionally guaranteed by Pennsylvania since before the US federal government existed.
I'd rather just get my CCL and not have to worry about the shit I'd catch with a 1911 strapped to my hip. I can imagine the rants about baby-killing guns from pudgy soccer moms as I went about my business in day-to-day life in the wonderful Philly burbs.
Not to doubt your veracity, but I cannot take anything that contains these words sentence seriously (which I guess is the point of using it, but whatever).
Why exactly do you want to carry then? Too many niggers?
Sorry, was slightly inebriated. It was the brothers of my dad's friend. A fruncle for short.
Among other reasons. There's just been an increase in violent crime in the area. I've been going into the city a lot more often and when I hang out with my one friend, it's a little unnerving as the area absolutely sucks and he regales us with stories of how many times he's been mugged.
Also, I consider it a civic duty. When the government sees a flood of CCL applications, if only in the back of their minds, they start to get a little nervous. Makes them think they might not be winning the culture war as much as they thought.
Finally, just the peace of mind involved. My last year of college I started carrying a knife for similar reasons after some armed robberies by misunderstood, oppressed afro-americans and hispanics. A white kid got beat to death by skinheads the year before I started. I felt a lot calmer having a blade on me because I knew the options I had for responding to an event had increased and I could use lethal force if I had to. It was actually quite a pacifying feeling, and I don't think a lot of people get that about weapons. I was less likely to say something stupid or take the bait of somebody else.
^ you must use the P A F O A. o r g ^
It's better to conceal indeed unless you are doing something that will challenge criminals wanting such as transporting a large amount of money. In that case I'd wear a vest, and open carry to more easily access my weapon. If you're under the radar it's way more tactical to conceal, and surprise the opposition with a gun they didn't know was in the equation.
Gotta Beretta PX4 Storm in 9mm today for under $450 (before fees)
They were out of 9mm ammo though because Barack Obama's Imperial Stormtroopers bought every last round so they can stomp out the Rebellion at Yavin Ruby Ridge Where-the-fuck-ever.
Can't wait to shoot this baby. Also, the new rifle makes me drool.
Won't be available for civies for a while, but I'd prefer that over a FN SCAR if I had the choice (and the cashmunny).
Part of me hates myself for this. My family has a deep and abiding hatred for eye-ties. Buying their guns feels sacrilegious. Also, I wanted my first handgun to be a 1911 as befitting the awesomeness of that beautiful weapon. But whatever. I'm armed.
I hate striker-fired guns.
The PX4 is the closest I was willing to compromise on the issue. It's still double-action, but it's hammer-fired. Also with other nifty features like the classic Beretta de-cocker (it sounds a lot more sexual than it is) and the rotating barrel I think I came out with a win. Also the last person who owned it apparently was the kind of guy who meticulously and obsessively retunes his guns (or has a smith do it). At the very least he had night-sights installed.
If you must have a hammer gun that's cheap and uses 9mm bullets, then I suggest this. That weapon is illegal to sell and purchase in California, due to the magazine size. Then again, that Italian piece you posted is illegal for the same reason. All of Ruger's 9mm models that satisfy CA DoJ regulations are strikers, and all the .38 models available are strikers as well.
However, a 9mm doesn't have enough knockdown power to consider a person "armed", nor is the ammunition anywhere near inexpensive enough to be a practice weapon. I suggest a .45 for the "armed" status, and a .22 for practicing. It's best to arm yourself with this weapon, but I understand that you don't like strikers due to the implication that they're not manly or serviceable enough for you. So in place of that .45, I suggest this .45. You'll pay a manly price for that one, by the way. Of course, I'm stuck getting the .45 striker, due to handgun regulations.
While I'm thankful for the helpful advice, I already got the PX4 yesterday. I also live in Pennsylvania which is pretty much almost as friendly towards guns as Texas. The knife policies are whack, though.
The main reason I don't like striker-fired pistols is because I like knowing at all times at a glance whether a gun's cocked or not. Also I like the option to go manual and skip the double-action stuff and hammers make it easy. And hammers are undeniably manly. The PX4 was a compromise I was happy with as it's single/double action.
And yeah, the Ruger 1911 looks nice. A 1911 was my first choice of carry weapon but a friend convinced me to go for the PX4 Storm instead as it's slightly smaller. I originally wanted a 1911. There's a Springfield 1911 still at the shop on sale used for somewhere around $350. It's a plain-jane GI type with full barrel, however the barrel is still slightly thinner than the Beretta and makes me wonder whether it's really that impractical to carry. The one thing is that .45 is even more expensive.
My favorite bb gun as a kid was a 1911 shell and the grip feels way better to me. I'm comfortable with the idea of carrying locked and cocked and training myself to take the safety off if and when I draw.
I'm pretty new to actually owning guns on the whole aside from reading a shit ton so I didn't look like an idiot. I grew up in a largely anti-gun house because my mom was a school teacher at a middle school where some kid accidentally blew his head off with a shotgun and instead of going "what a little shit. Oh well, good thing he's not reproducing," she instead became an anti-gun activist and still believes only police and the military should have them. Bringing up statistics such as the fact that police kill 17x more people by accident than the average licensed firearm owner just causes her to sputter. So I only shot .22 rifles at camp and bb guns for the most part.
The hammer or the striker should be cocking as you pull the trigger. If it's not, then something about your gun is defective either at manufacture, or due to wear. It's best to take your gun apart and check the spring to make sure it's in good condition. Then you check everything else that relates to the trigger and the hammer, or striker.
It is. The first thing I did when I got home was field-strip it, switch out the back-grip, check the barrel, examine the recoil-spring and guide and check the condition of the moving parts in the receiver along with the spring, a lot of which are composite so I wanted to make sure they didn't have too much wear and tear.
When I flick the safety off and pull the trigger, the first few pounds of draw pull the hammer back and the final pull releases it like a normal double-action hammer-fired gun. We're out of 9mm rounds in the tri-state area due to the DHS buyout or I would have test-shot it in the store. The store has a hardcore reputation for being extremely loyal to customers so I don't anticipate problems.
As for testing it, there are actual waiting lists at Wally World and Dick's here to get 9mm ammo. A friend has a range membership so he thinks he can get me in for free once ammo is back.