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Recent content by bfm

  1. Wakefield LTC Court case

    Honestly don't remember. This was the year they switched from Reasons to Restrictions.
  2. Wakefield LTC Court case

    That one was just a goof. Everything is entered manually, when I asked them to redo it to correct my name they weren't paying attention to the other fields. When I went to pick it up and saw it they said they would request a new one immediately, no arguing or discussing, they apologized and...
  3. Wakefield LTC Court case

    Has anyone had a license down graded from unrestricted to restricted in the same town? It happened to me for two weeks in Somerville. They went to correct a misspelling of my name and it came back restricted. I pointed it out and the had another one sent out. Took two weeks to correct and I...
  4. Wakefield LTC Court case

    When I first got my permit, everyone had stories of how bad Somerville was. It did help having lived there my whole life. Took two minutes of chatting to figure out I went to school with the sister of the woman who was doing the interview. I think I also got lucky that I did not have a...
  5. Wakefield LTC Court case

    Wonder what they would do with me. Buy house, move in with 4 years on existing LTC, then go for renewal.
  6. Wakefield LTC Court case

    OK, was looking at Wakefield as a possible place to move. Looks like maybe Reading would be better, if outside 128 instead of inside.
  7. Multi finishes

    Anodizing is really a treatment for nonferrous metals, though it can sort of be done on ferrous ones but it is not common, and parkerizing is only for ferrous ones, so I am not sure how you do both. Or are you referring to something like an aluminum frame and carbon slide on the same pistol...
  8. The MYTH of over lubrication.

    Well, canola oil started as an industrial lubricant before it was a food product. The navy used it in WW2 for ship's cannons. The story of canola began in 1942, the middle of World War II. At that time all trains and ships were steam powered and to keep them running smoothly, oil from the...
  9. Ever order a gun part, forget, and order it again? And again?

    I don't forget I already ordered/bought it so much as I forget where I put it when I am finally ready to do the work and buy another one so I can finish the project. Luckily I know most of them will get used eventually.
  10. BREAKING: FPC Wins “Assault Weapon” Lawsuit in Historic Victory for Second Amendment Rights

    The anti 2a stuff coming out of this is more than a little nuts. The misinformation is so bad. this is far from the worst. https://www.yahoo.com/news/judge-reversed-california-gun-ban-223100266.html
  11. More police protecting and serving

    https://jalopnik.com/cop-flips-pregnant-womans-while-she-tries-to-pull-over-1847062704
  12. More police protecting and serving

    local news quoting the Globe. More than 30 police officers in Boston were paid more than $300,000 in 2020, according to a report from the Boston Globe. In addition to the 30 officers who made more than $300,000, 509 officers in the city earned at least $200,000, according to the report.
  13. More police protecting and serving

    This is one of those things that looks off almost everywhere in the metro area. Look at the price of housing, either buying or renting, and look at the median house hold income and none of those people should be able to afford living there.
  14. More police protecting and serving

    https://www.erieri.com/salary/job/police-officer/united-states/massachusetts/boston https://www.census.gov/quickfacts/fact/table/bostoncitymassachusetts/INC110219 Police in Boston make pretty much the average household income for Boston.
  15. Mass AK thread.

    Since it looks like no one else has said it. Buy a shovel and go full Boris on it.
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