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  3. Knife Rights 2018 raffle

    Knife Rights, the people (mostly Doug, one awesome rights crusader) who brought us the NY gravity knife reform law (Knife Rights’ New York Gravity Knife Law Reform Bill Passes) and many other victories for our rights besides, are holding a pretty amazing raffle to raise funds for these efforts...
  4. Learning to shoot a gun

    Today a co-worker of MrsStrangeNH said he'd like to learn to shoot a gun. I think this is a subject that deserves considerable thought. I'm not one of those that thinks it's OK to just go out there with a newbie and have them shoot a gun. There's a lot of introspection that needs to...
  5. NH pro-SYG petition

    PGNH member Jane Aitken put up a petition to support keeping NH duty-to-retreat free. She did it in response to a petition to put retreat back into the law. Good on her! It's here: SignOn.org - Keep Stand Your Ground in NH Please sign, especially if you are in NH! Ok, that said...
  6. HB1220 petition (NH state "non-instant" checks)

    If you're a NH resident - please sign the petition in support of this bill: http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/pass-hb1220-and-end-the-state-gunline-doing-nics-checks/ HB1220 is a NH House bill to: 1) Save the state money, and 2) Eliminate waste (see #1) and redundancy, by 3) Eliminating...
  7. SSB radios and revolutions - article

    Interesting teaser article on the use of SSB for long-distance text transmission in countries undergoing revolts/revolution. http://www.flyingpenguin.com/?p=11002 I know I've still got a copy of KA9Q on a DOS floppy somewhere...
  8. "Armed gunman": Hoplophobia and the media

    After reading yet another article calling an armed criminal a "gunman" (as if that was a criminal act) instead of "armed robber," or something more descriptive of the actual crime involved, I wondered if the obsession of some news personnel went so far as to not even realize that the term...
  9. RIP John E. Livingston

    A true character and all-around good man, a fixture at several area clubs, and Purgatory in particular. He will be missed. Full Obituary: http://www.nashuatelegraph.com/obituaries/901375-225/john-e.-livingston.html
  10. Brass sizing issue

    I'm hoping you guys can help with this one. The one on the right is a .308 Win (Fed AE). Which sizing die do you think I should use for the one on the left? [smile][smile][smile][wink]
  11. Scope recommendation

    Very specific scope need question here. Any related scope info/advice would be appreciated. Looking for a scope with: 1) finger adjustable elevation/windage 2) resettable zero and positive return to zero, esp. on elevation with zero-stop click-in or very obvious zero indicator 3)...
  12. Governor Lynch vetoes HB1161

    http://www.wmur.com/news/24405275/detail.html A bill actually revoking a law mostly unknown to chiefs of police (despite Lynch's weasel words to the contrary), the bill's primary purpose was to get rid of a completely unused (most towns admitted to having no idea how to license gun dealers) and...
  13. Sig mags - so, let me get this straight...

    Sig sells magazines directly from its website store. They ship free if you buy over $100 worth. Many online sellers and brick-and-mortar stores also sell Sig magazines. As far as I can tell, they all charge more than Sig sells them direct to the public. ...Huh? Does Sig not offer...
  14. Assembled a Beretta 92 upper today - NOW WITH PICS

    Today, I took a really filthy, stripped 92 slide and a pile of parts and turned it into a working 92FS upper - thanks to a ProMag Brass Hammer and Punch set and Army publication TM 9-1005-317-23&P (aka Navy SW 370-AA-MMO-010/9mm, aka Air Force TO 11W3-3-5-4, aka Marine Corps TM 1005-23&P/2, aka...
  15. Ballistics by the inch (*WOW*)

    Chronograph data for 16 calibers out of barrel lengths from 2" to 18" all performed by one test team. They even use multiple commercial loads for the tests and also a few commercial firearms per test. Just amazing data. http://www.ballisticsbytheinch.com/
  16. NH 2010 Legislative session... the moonbat march begins

    Here we go... Browsing through the bill requests for 2010 on the General Court website, I noticed this gem: 2010-H-2196-R title: prohibiting the open carrying of a firearm in a public building. Sponsors: (Prime)Delmar Burridge , Jessie Osborne Guess since they couldn't create a gun-free...
  17. OSHA fines Ruger $255K

    Surprised I haven't seen this elsewhere on here. Sturm, Ruger & Co. was under an OSHA investigation starting in Nov 2008 through May 2009. Quarter million dollars in fines has been proposed by OSHA...
  18. AR rear sight parts?

    Can anyone recommend a good source in/around SNH for AR rear sight parts? The real issue I am having is finding a complete set. MFL is flat out of small parts, as are several other local dealers. I guess that's no surprise with the EBR frenzy going on. I've got the base/tower already...
  19. Ammunition as currency

    Socking away your cash in ammo since you figure it will only increase in value, or maybe because you think it'll serve as trade goods when the bottom falls out? You're not the first to think of ammo as currency. Massachusetts did so officially in the 1600s. Musket balls as legal tender at 4...
  20. IL towns' handgun bans falling in wake of Heller

    Wilmette - ordinance repealed; will consider a revised one that complies with Heller Morton Grove (yes, the Morton Grove) - ordinance repealed, no further action contemplated Evanston - aldermen hold closed-door meeting and vote to change ordinance to be more defensible in light of...
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