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JD McCay
Works at Western States reclamation
Lives in Windsor, CO
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WARNING! this is an "anti gun" comedian, so you aren't going to agree with him at all. But if you step back and learn to laugh at yourself a bit, its F-ing hilarious!!!
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https://youtu.be/Jl--YVnni0I
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+Malik Kirkland .... on top of that gun smuggling has also reach a epidemic levels in Australia too. This is what they get when the government no longer fears its *Commonwealth subjects when they take away their guns folks. 
*(Australia belongs to the Commonwealth of England, another country that banned most of their firearms)
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I had no idea this thing existed!! They have one called a "rail" too, made for your AR.

If you could design the perfect multi tool for your hoplophilia what would you build?
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What USB??
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Disclaimer: this is all in good fun, nobody get offended

Pet peeve: Putting too much tacticrap on a rifle.

Look, I get it, AR15's look cool. And who doesn't love "accessorizing" But really? Red dots and bipods and lasers and vertical foregrips and lights and scopes mounted on the side so you can shoot sideways and can openers and cup holders...just stop it.

Grandad could hit a pop can at 150 yards with a .30-30 and iron sights, but I see a lot of people struggling to hit 12" plates at 50 yards with an AR and 30 pounds of junk strapped on it.

I'm sure I'll offend a lot of people, but my opinion still stands. Learn to shoot WITHOUT all the go-go-gadget gear bolted onto your gun. Practice makes you a better shot, not accessories. 

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I personally like my rifle slim and stripped down to save weight.  As Robert said, at the end of the hunt, I can do without the extra gadgets.  On the other hand, one of my good hunting buddies runs a scope and red dot combo on his rig and does just fine but he is more man than I.  lol
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Soapbox:

Every time some one says to me, "For self/home defense, (22lr/380/9mm/12 gauge bird shot/insert any bullet size here) isn't adequate. All you'll do is piss em off," I snarkily reply, "OK, then let me shoot you in the chest with one."

And ya know, they always say no. Amazing, isn't it. 
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Just put a tank in your yard with a few scarecrows hanging from trees. Also, have "attempted robber #1" and "attempted robber #2" grave stones in front yard. You wont have to worry. 
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Dear Australian gun communities: I know the US might get a bad rap, but I promise, we'll let you carry pistols without them being tied to the wall. Come on over. We'd love to have you stay a while. 
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Need some advice:

I got a Mossberg 500 flex for Christmas, and I want to spend some money on it. It's going to double as a hunting/ home defense/ truck gun. Right now it's set up with a hunting stock and a ported waterfowl barrel. Should I get a six position stock, or an 18" barrel for it? Both are about the same price, and I only have money saved up for one or the other, not both.

What do you think???

PS Comment and recommend a pistol grip without a stock. Not interested. 
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Before anything else is purchased, you need a bayonet!
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Self-Defense in the News  - 
 
This is a few months old, but is new news to me. What have we learned here today?

1. Warning shots don't work.
2.  More firepower is better than less.
3. 20 year old girls/women can sleep through anything.
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LOL COME BREAK IN MY HOUSE ,
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You know that we're winning the right when HuffPost is having a cow. :)

http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIw0bTe7iA
The Texas state Senate gave preliminary approval Monday to legislation that would allow licensed handgun owners to visibly bear their firearms, in a move that would repeal a 140-year-old open carry ban. The Republican-controlled chamber approved ...
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Amen.
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Ask a Gunnie  - 
 
A few weeks back, I wrote a post about "putting too much tacticrap on a rifle." Now, for the most part, that was tongue in cheek. In reality, I love the options that gun owners have available these days that really weren't available when dad and granddad were around. I love semi-autos, and I love the higher capacities that most rifles have these days. What I HATE,  is pistol grips. 

I love that pistol grips are available for people who like them, and I'm not a "fudd." I just hate shooting guns that have pistol grips. They feel awkward to me, and I just can't get the hang of them. Unfortunately, there really aren't any rifles available with the capabilities of an AR, without a pistol grip. Except perhaps a mini-14 or an M1A, and a few rifles designed to comply with the NY safe act, my options are pretty well limited to traditional hunting rifles.

I really wan't to get more into modern rifles. What can I do to overcome this dilemma? What is out there for me? Or should I just embrace the pistol grip? What I really want is something with the platform and capabilities of an AR15, where I can find parts and accessories and magazines anywhere in the country, yet the feel of a Remington 700. What should I do.

Yours truly: Semi-grip guy in a pistol grip world ;)
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Understanding California Assault Weapon and High …: http://youtu.be/5U3jSANPp68

He shows a lot of different set ups 
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did you guys run into a lot of other hunters/people up rist canyon? or were you pretty isolated?
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Just walked into a new (to me) gun shop today. Spent about 20 minutes and wasn't given the time of day. It definitely had a "snoody elitist" vibe to it. You know, the kind of place where if you ask a question about a particular gun you've never seen before, they look at you like you're a freaking idiot.

Gun stores are notorious for having horrible customer service. You either get somebody who won't talk to you at all, or you get the guy who is so dead set on his opinion, that if you don't agree with him, you're a moron. Example: my wife is a recent convert from the anti-gun crowd to our side. I got her into shooting the same we we all did when we were 8 years old, with a 22. When we went to buy her first pistol, she wanted a 22, and the guy at the counter told her that she might as well not even own a gun if she's gonna buy a 22 pistol. Needless to say, we went somewhere else.

TL;DR gun store customer service sucks. Any thoughts?
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+Clint Weisgerber I would add cable service providers and hospital billing contractors to that. But am now drifting off topic so I'll stop. :)
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If you could only have one gun...
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Semi-Auto Centerfire Rifle (AR, AK, etc)
48%
Pistol
20%
Shotgun
18%
Rimfire Rifle
4%
Bolt Action Centerfire Rifle
10%
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And Colt 901 would be Ideal to me. You could have a pretty capable 600 yard 308, and a 5.56 SBR and still only have one rifle... Sounds good to me...
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Be sure to check out my blog, Dirt Broke Diet for tasty gluten free recipes on a budget
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Married since 2012
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Student at CSU, and operator at Western States reclamation
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  • Western States reclamation
    Operator, 2014 - present
  • King Soopers & City Market
    Deli Clerk, 2013 - 2014
  • Pizza Hut
    Manager, 2013
  • Webjacks Design
    Web Design and Sales, 2012
  • Oxbow Mine LLC
    Summer Hire, 2011
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Got that great hometown feel you would expect from an old-style general store. Propane prices are one of the cheapest around, too.
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Went there to use the car wash and vacuum out my car. When the vacuum took my quarters without turning on, I went inside to use the ATM and get some more. The lady behind the counter refunded my quarters without me even having to ask. Great gas station, and they have my business now, even if there are cheaper places around.
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Got my jeep washed there. Didn't have enough money to do the full detail, so I can't comment on that. But the wash was great, fast, and thorough.
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