That's remarkable. Did somebody buy a government dumpster in Australia?
Those who believe a disarmed society is a safe society are exceedingly poor students of history.A rock in the road would have far more sense than the weak fool(s) who thought that rendering old guns useless other than parts would do something to curb crime.
That remains to be demonstrated. This is not the same proposition as buying a parts kit of a machine gun you cannot otherwise find (or afford) complete, and have a ready source for a receiver on which to build a semi-auto version.I think this is a marvelous business. ...
If I were the King of England, I would live in Buckingham Palace.If I had the frame, ...
Browsing through their inventory and noting the high incidence of sawed-off shotguns and recent or current production long guns suggests to me that a large proportion of these guns are coming from an accumulation of police seizures in some large city, possibly under some agreement to destroy them as firearms in exchange for salvaging the parts.Yeah, that does smell fishy. But where would all that inventory come from?
What's heartbreaking about that? Send me 75 bucks (half of $139.95) and I'll send you a "kit" of junk just like it.This one breaks my heart.
Just the condition of the slide. It's like watching one of those extra long ASPCA commercials with the abused animals.What's heartbreaking about that? Send me 75 bucks (half of $139.95) and I'll send you a "kit" of junk just like it.
This one breaks my heart.
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