Holy ****, this guy is going to prison for A FREAKING LONG TIME! All I can say is I hope Joe and Hunter join the crook very soon.roadkill » Yesterday, 3:38 pm » wrote: ↑hit with federal fraud charges which outline allegations of serious financial impropriety."
"Gillum, who Democrats used to celebrate as a rising star in Florida politics, lost to Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis in Florida’s 2018 gubernatorial election."
https://redstateofminddaily.com/democra ... 1-charges/
I totally agree with this and have been saying the same for years. There is nothing wrong with communism (I like that word better because it more accurately describes communal living on a small scale) in and of itself. This is the only way the Americas could ever be settled by Europeans when they first arrived. And, it still works, like in Amish villages, on a small scale. Homogeneity and everyone internalizing the groups set of rules and morals is key. Differentiating the group from the "outside world" is also important. Everyone has to generally know one another and WANT to pull their own weight. Then, it can work quite well.
Normally, I'd say you are a bit paranoid. But, NY these days, with all these protests and everything, 4th of July coming up and NY pretty raw over the overturning of their gun law - I think you are probably doing the wise thing. Hope you know how to use this kind of thing! Personally, I would have just put the stainless steel pens in my checked luggage. I like to buy hand made knives in places I visit, and I generally just stuff them in my checked bag. Never had a problem.impartialobserver » Yesterday, 5:06 pm » wrote: ↑
I know I did respond. No, it doesn't install in the trigger assembly. The lower receiver needs to be drilled, and the part pinned in place. It acts like a trip - causing the hammer to drop when the bolt carrier closes. What you described would cause a slam fire at best, but wouldn't really work to make a rifle fire reliable in full auto. The one exception to this are open bolt guns, which use a lip on the bottom of the bolt face sort of as a timing device, instead of an auto-sear.roadkill » Yesterday, 1:12 pm » wrote: ↑
Maybe it's installed in the trigger assembly to prevent it from requiring the trigger be pull every time...it rolls passed that function?
What Xavier fails to understand is that the term "machine gun" really has no meaning outside of the law that attributes a defined meaning to the term.
No, it's installed in the lower receiver. It trips the hammer hammer sear as the bolt carrier shuts, making it a true auto sear and not turning it into a slam-fire rifle.
Nice find on the AR15 auto-sear. The one I posted about is for an FN FNC. Yes, you can modify the lower receiver by drilling a hole in it to install the registered auto-sear. You can do this in an FNC, because only the FNC upper receivers are the serial numbered part, making the upper receiver the "gun". So ATF will allow mods to the lower receiver to accept the FNC sear.Huey » Yesterday, 9:23 am » wrote: ↑
The AR15 auto sear is a machinegun as defined by 26 U.S.C. 5845(b). ATF Rul. 81-4 [Status of ruling: Active] The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms has examined an auto sear known by various trade names including “AR15 Auto Sear,” “Drop In Auto Sear,” and “Auto Sear II,” which consists of a sear mounting body, sear, return spring, and pivot pin. The Bureau finds that the single addition of this auto sear to certain AR15 type semiautomatic rifles, manufactured with M16 internal components already installed, will convert such rifles into machineguns. The National Firearms Act, 26 U.S.C. 5845(b), defines “machinegun” to include any combination of parts designed and intended for use in converting a weapon to shoot automatically more than one shot, without manual reloading, by a single function of the trigger. HELD: The auto sear known by various trade names including “AR15 Auto Sear,” “Drop In Auto Sear,” and “Auto Sear II,” is a combination of parts designed and intended for use in converting a weapon to shoot automatically more than one shot, without manual reloading, by a single function of the trigger. Consequently, the auto sear is a machinegun as defined by 26 U.S.C. 5845(b). With respect to the machinegun classification of the auto sear under the National Firearms Act, pursuant to 26 U.S.C. 7805(b), this ruling will not be applied to auto sears manufactured before November 1, 1981. Accordingly, auto sears manufactured on or after November 1, 198
https://www.atf.gov/resource-center/doc ... f/download
That most certainly is a machine gun, Dummy Xavier. It is not just a part that allows a rifle to be used as a machine gun.
Gun culture isn't responsible for murder. Murderers are responsible for murder. Yes, I have children. I have taught them and other children how to shoot. There are, however, children that I refuse to take shooting. Those are the ones who are irresponsible, angry, mean, disrespectful, and obstinate.
That is actually an interesting guess. Technically, such a device (and there are such devices) would be called an "auto-reset", which would automatically reset the trigger after bumpfiring. But, no, this has nothing to do with bump stocks. It is a genuine, registered machine gun.
It's not like I needed to look up what this sear is for. I already know about this - I just had to find a photo of it. Come on, take a guess! About all that can happen to you is you might be wrong and I might chuckle, or cry indifferently or something like that.
Fecal matter ain't for playing with. Only sexual retards don't understand that.crimsongulf » 23 Jun 2022, 6:39 pm » wrote: ↑ investigating "one of the worst outbreaks of meningococcal disease among gay and bisexual men in U.S. history," the CDC said Wednesday.
The CDC said Thursday there have been 26 cases and seven deaths from meningococcal disease in Florida during the investigation period. Among those, 24 cases and six deaths were in men who have sex with men.
The CDC says the outbreak is "primarily among gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men, including those living with HIV. Recent data show that about half of the cases associated with this outbreak are among Hispanic men. This outbreak is mostly affecting people who live in Florida but has also affected some people who have traveled to Florida."
https://www.cnn.com/2022/06/22/health/f ... index.html
**** strikes again.
Fair enough, I hate the Devil and the Spawn of Satan that is in our Capital right now. Everyone dies. The world will end some day, it might as well be a glorious end!
If I had my way, I would go to war with Mexico and China over what they have done to our Citizens through addictive chemicals. As far as I'm concerned, this is a form of chemical warfare. I'd give one stern warning to Mexico - keep you drugs, your gangs, your **** out of America. That's it then I'd start by wiping out all of Mexico, making it look 10x worse than Ukraine. And then, if necessary, I'd plow into China next.Cannonpointer » 23 Jun 2022, 7:22 pm » wrote: ↑
You say they should not be allowed to **** up public places, as a condition of legalization. Well, no worries. We ain't legalizing - and they're **** up public places. If they had been required to submit usage itineraries as a condition of purchase, this would not be the case.
You say they should be left to rot in their own drugs and filth until they die, as a condition of legalization. We ain't legalizing - and they're left to rot in their own drugs and filth until they die.
You seem schizophrenic on this topic. Listening to you, I would think you are AGAINST kids getting hooked on drugs. But then you turn right around and defend the very system that has criminal cartels in charge of regulating drug sales. You DO understand that the cartels actually target kids, yes? With free samples - yes?
I have the stomach to legalize, tax and regulate all drugs. Freedom is messy - prohibition is messier. You're so intent on controling that which you CANNOT control, that you lose any ability to legitimately regulate. I'm good enough with NOT controlling, but influencing and regulating. I favor a system that would give society GREATER control. Right now, the criminals regulate drugs - for their interests. In my view, SOCIETY should regulate drugs, for OUR interests. And the bad ones? The really bad ones should have the greatest level of regulation, as they pose the greatest threat to society's wellbeing.
Matthew 26:41Holdor » 23 Jun 2022, 5:33 pm » wrote: ↑
Interesting is the reason the Bible says to give wine to the poor is so that the poor can drink and forget their poverty.
At the beginning of Game of Thrones the Queen gave the Opium infused wine to the King when he went boar hunting, and a boar got him.
Sure. Learn to write intelligently, and I might carry on a conversation with you on this topic. But, for now, I tire of your idiocy.
No. Guns serve a much greater purpose. I do think that as a society we have a right to keep people off of addictive drugs, and to punish those who seek to get our citizens addicted. Otherwise, we're screwed. The Chemists will get better and better at making drugs more addictive. You have to see that.
That's right. I'm not voting for anyone who wants to legalize drugs. You sound like a typical doper who can't write worth a ****, but supports any candidate who will give you "FREE DRUGS", cuz you likes gett'n high.