We get a letter from the school today informing us that Peabody police were called to school because a kid brought a butter knife to school "with a partially serated blade" - that's in case the butter is old I think.
The letter said fortunately there were no injuries. I assume they mean to butter?
this is the best article I’ve read on the subject.
California & Mass Shootings -- We Don't Know How to Stop This Epidemic of Violence | National Review
IMO, We are now seeing one of the byproducts of decades of political correctness and the destruction of family values. We’ve taught...
If I store a handgun in a car with slide removed, that wouldn’t need to meet Mass storage laws since it’s not a firearm, is that right?
But if you have any ammo in the case with it that requires safe storage?
Sorry if this has been answered elsewhere, but if you sell a frame or lower that has not been assembled into a firearm yet, not registered, do you have to do an efa10 when you buy or sell it face to face?
Seems like no since it’s not a firearm in Mass, but nothing makes sense here.
I feel like the big recession, which is probably now likely to be a depression, might throw a lot of cold water on the anti-2A campaign.
Why? The left is going to be worried more about entitlement cuts, job loss, and the collapse of the EBT system, as government debt explodes and blue states...
Saw on CNN this morning the Maryland police changed the story about the school shooter, now he died from his own gun, and the resource officer’s bullet hit the kids gun, not the kid. Here’s how it went down I think.
FBI: "You need to issue a statement, saying the kid offed himself."
Really good, balanced article. There's some good reasoning to support 'may issue', such as:
But this sheriff needs to understand that just like criminals ruin things for the law abiding, cops who abuse the law...
Damn, sounds like this is a handout to rifle manufacturers. The claim it's to defeat ceramic armor is ridiculous. A larger slower moving round isn't going to help that. Maybe it's more effective at fighting unarmored jihadis, but seems like the extra weight and lower round count is the wrong way...
The CZ P01 and maybe others come from the factory with decocker only, but include a manual safety you can install yourself.
Seems really smart, if more companies did this they could sell MA versions with safeties you could remove as soon as you get home. [smile]
Slippery slope - since it would be easy to frame suspects with DNA evidence.
The article says the problem is it's hard to convict people on gun possession because juries don't trust the cops as witnesses. Well, if DNA evidence is expanded too far, eventually juries won't trust that either...
I drive a lot and just discovered podcasts (yeah I know, i'm old). Does anyone have recommendations?
I was listening to The Deep Vault, a kind of post apocalypse story which seems a takeoff of Fallout. It has cinematic audio, voice actors etc, about 3 hours long. kinda cool.