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Finally got my replacement R51 two years after the recall! It works and it's accurate. Remington didn't fix the abysmal reset, but it didn't seem to slow me down much. Whatever. Pedersen hesitation lock is the bomb dot com and I'll hear nothing to the contrary.

I'd have to see the new MSRP before I recommend it.
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+Andrew Moursund thank you for sharing. I will be looking to obtain another one soon then. (I opted for full refund following 6 weeks of them having my money and my gun and me having nothing)
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Not sure what to make for #StPatricksDay ? Try some of my recipes!

http://welldined.com/2016/03/st-patricks-day-recipes.html
Tomorrow is St Patrick’s Day, hooray! This is not just an excuse to drink green beer, in fact – don’t do that, it’s gross. It’s actually a religious holiday that cel…
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Launching a new platform with a proprietary caliber is hard for major manufacturers, so this company has its work cut out for it. On top of that, I think the size and weight will make it less appealing for police, not to mention the insane penetration of those slugs.

All that said, I can see this pistol finding a home with hunters. I'm not a hunter myself, but the sight radius, recoil absorption, and sheer power of that round make it seem like a no-brainer.

Any actual hunters have an impression?
Recently shown off at the IWA tradeshow over in Germany, BRNO Defense has introduced their 7.5 FK BRNE Combat Field Pistol. Built around a proprietary caliber, the handgun is designed for military, law enforcement, and government personnel. Externally, the handgun bears a striking resemblance to the CZ series of handguns. Cocking serrations are both forward … Read More …
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Proprietary calibers seem like a bad idea for something you may need to depend on on the field.
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Self-defense is a natural right. Obviously, stealing a truck doesn't warrant a death sentence. If, however, I try to stop you from stealing my truck and you decide to kill me for it, I'm going to defend myself.

That's how property and self-defense are supposed to work. It's disturbing to see so many countries trying to undermine personal property and self-preservation.
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I'm with Bradford, property can be replaced. And in my state, while we have no obligation to retreat, and a very strong castle doctrine. Protection of property is not grounds for a justified use of deadly force.
I'm not saying he should ir would be convicted, but leaving the house with a shotgun, could be construed as a threat of deadly force, and not knowing exactly what happened makes this an iffy case. A holstered handgun would not meet the criteria of a threat, yet would still be viable for self defense.
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I guess Memes and Luls is probably the best place for this. I'm not even mad. It's so bizarre it's funny.

If you don't know what a "straw man" argument is, it's this. They made up and obnoxious pro-gun character that doesn't model the behavior of ANYONE I've met in the gun community. Then they have their anti-gun character win an argument with him and score a point for their side. Never mind that no pro-gun people I know would act that way.
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Good Lord, that was a horrible PSA. Bloomberg should have spent his money more wisely than on that.
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'“The citizens need to know they need to be able to protect themselves because if they call 911, we can’t guarantee we’re going to get there in time to help you,” says Police Protective League President Jamie McBride.'

>All but ban concealed carry.
>Tell citizens they need to protect themselves.

LOS ANGELES. PICK ONE.

You can't make it difficult for your subjects to defend themselves and then abandon them because you're not getting enough of their sweet tax booty. Well, I guess you CAN, but it's completely not cool.
The police union says between 5:30 and 10 a.m., there were just two patrol cars assigned to the West LA division. Two cars to protect more than 200,000 people in a 65 square mile radius.
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Take heed, new shooters! Ear protection is very important! The concussion of small arms fire affects more than just your hearing and the damage can be PERMANENT.

I was young and dumb, once (or, at least, more so than I am today), and thought it was cool to shoot without earpro. Now, at 26, I have persistent tinnitus and have to ask the wife to repeat every other thing she says. Don't be like me.
By Warren Grannis They say write what you know. After sifting through everything I know about firearms over the last few weeks, I’ve decided I’m probably not in the running to speak as an expert on most aspects of gunRead More
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Something like that, +S Spitz​. Lol.
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This is disgusting. They're literally standing on graves. Does this not bother any anti-gun people? Do they really not see why this isn't OK?
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No, because the ends justify the means. There are two types of anti-gunners out there. The first is the city dweller who is scared of guns because he/she has never been around them. These are the useful idiots who usually drive a car with a Bernie Sanders bumper sticker. The second are the low down scoundrels who have an anti-American agenda. They couldn't care less about anyone, they just want the world to exist as they think it should.
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Still got it.

Anyone out there train with their grandpa's rifle?
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+Dan Congden my granfather also got his from germany he served usmc wwll mearchent marines also he has passed not sure of dates i will see what i can find
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Saw this on the Firearm Blog. Somebody mocked up an updated P7 with some modern design elements and materials. This could be a hot item if it were real. Would anyone else carry one?
Mathew writes …. Thought I would share something that I thought might make a fun Photo-of-the-Day…since you posted the HK P7 Field Strip video. As an Industrial Designer I thought it would be fun to design a modern P7 concept. So I designed this a while back. Had originally posted it on HK Pro and … Read More …
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Was not impressed with the squeeze cocker , but they now go for 3k and up. 
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Guilty. And when people slow down when they pass my weird house.
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Nice post, I have both the rifle and a poster of Malcolm X.
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Short and to the point. Your safety is never guaranteed, so why would you willingly worsen your odds?

Even if this anecdote doesn't show us that a gun will always save the day (it won't, that's YOUR job), it certainly proves that gun free zones aren't so gun free. You know, like all the other times a shooting happened in a gun free zone.
David Cole | Gun Rights Magazine
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