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I keep this handy:
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Reminds me of the old days:
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When did they change the barrel length law? I owned this J.C. Higgins 12ga since the mid 1950`s. My house was broken into about 2003 in southern California. It was stolen among many others. Only it showed up a year or so later. Deputy wasn't going to give me the gun back as it was sawed. I walked over, unscrewed the barrel and said you can have this, I will take the action.
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You don't want to put your hand under my bed. There are teeth there.
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Monsters under mine. But they're usually snoring. (grin)
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I J .45 SA
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There's an 870 Police Magnum under the bed. My Shockwave is in the garage locked up under the backseat of my F150.
I have a rubber gripper on it now. My hand kept sliding up to the receiver.

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The wood stocks work for me. I could not hold onto the plastic ones.
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I like the wood but the Tac-14 wasn't out yet when I bought the Mossberg. I've been thinking about getting it Cerakoted for a more durable finish. Not sure when/ how it happened but picked up a couple of rust spots on the barrel.

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Labrador hair- lots of it! :lol:
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If I can deal with it with the 20 ga in the corner, this oughta do!
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Given what the Feds just did (or are about to) with AR-15 pistols, my bet is that the Shockwave type shotguns are next... :evil:
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Only have two guns that sleep outside of my safes. I won this Mossberg years ago at a Wild Turkey Federation Dinner. Keep if filled with 00 buck. I also keep a 9mm upstairs too but with how I am with pistols it would not be my first choice .

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Probably old beer cans from when I quit drinking several years ago...old gun magazines....used condoms....who knows.... :D

That's on my side of the bed......I have somewhere around 30 guns strategically spread out around the house, barn, garage, shooting shack, vehicles, motion detector lights and alarms all over the place plus other electronics that go straight to the cops.....

NEWS FLASH.....on OAN some "expert" was saying that Bidens plans are to bankrupt the gun industry by taking off the restrictions that keep people from suing the gun industry when one of their guns are used in a crime........that means the missing links in Chicago will have about 1,000 lawsuits every weekend and combine that with the other jungles in the rest of the country that means gun manufacturers will be done in around 6 months.

First up is short barreled shotguns like Scott posted and pistol AR-15' s like I posted will be reclassified SBS and SBR AND YOU MUST SEND IN YOUR GUN AND $200 and in a couple of years you will get your gun back....MAYBE......

NOW, LETS SEE HOW BIG YOUR BALLS ARE OUT THERE.......

LIKE Ysable Kids says, I WILL NOT COMPLY IN ANY WAY....First it will be registration. ..After the AR's it will be short barreled handguns, then semi auto guns of any type, then semi auto shotguns, then pump guns of any type, then .22's......it will be done the same way my mother remembered it in NAZI Germany.......then it was knives over 6" in length and any knife with a military background.....

It's gonna take some blood...I'm ready...ARE YOU? I don't give a F.....they pulled this S in every country and we all know where it led to.....WE HAVE NO CHOICE BUT TO NOT COMPLY......UNLESS YOUR A P of some sort........

The United States is the last country in the world that is stopping the world council from enacting a one world order where we all are the same.......for those no good M fer's to steal an election and introduce a pandemic in front of our face shows how desperate they are to put their plan into effect.

Your call........it the biggest change of life this country is ever going to experience and as Jimi Hendrix said, "Are you experienced"

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Under the Bed.jpg
A J-Frame, an LC9, and and two optic-nerve destroying flashlights.

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I WILL NOT COMPLY IN ANY WAY....First it will be registration
Yep. That's always the first step. "Just say no."

Nothing under the bed - on the dresser! :-)

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The dust bunnies under my bed don't have any dog hair in them, darn it.
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Nothing under my bed, but my Colt Commercial .45 ACP is in the night stand, and my AR15 hangs behind the headboard. Both ready if needed.
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Why would anyone comply? We all know where that goes.

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Glock 20 (10mm) under pillow. Scott that pump looks like a hand full, what shells do you run in it?
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"...First up is short barreled shotguns like Scott posted and pistol AR-15' s like I posted will be reclassified SBS and SBR AND YOU MUST SEND IN YOUR GUN AND $200 and in a couple of years you will get your gun back....MAYBE......

NOW, LETS SEE HOW BIG YOUR BALLS ARE OUT THERE.......
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The Dems will be all kind and nice, and offer a 'compromise' - they will offer to 'waive the $200 fee' for those who apply within the first 90 days... :roll: :roll:

It is ALL about 'getting a list' - a 'national gun registry' is THE goal. Once they have that, they can easily go after people one at a time, and use 'gentle' penalties that appear to bystanders 'not worth violence to resist'. In other words...

a. "all you have to do is register, and we the government will allow you to have that 'assault weapon'..."
then
b. for those who register, later on "well, we changed our mind, you can't have it anymore, and since we know you have it, and it would have been a felony to dispose of it, you hand it over now or go to jail"
or
c. for those who don't register, later on "you committed a felony because you're in possession of an NFA weapon without a license, which means you are a criminal - we gave you a chance to register it, and you didn't, so now you go to jail"

They will treat those people the same as they would NOW if you were caught with an 'unregistered' M-60 machinegun. The non-gun-owning public will see them as clearly 'criminals', and even many gun-owners (the ones who think that "real men own guns that are walnut-and-blued-steel") will side with the tyrants as well.

How many ordinary 'gun owners' will put a bullet in a cop who is just enforcing the law...??? Tough call, especially for those of us who DO respect law enforcement. :|

Only 72 million people voted for Trump, and there are at least 80 million gun owners, so many of us aren't doing our job....
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I think the cat may be under there....
Haven't seen her in a few years :?

My TAC-14 stays in whatever vehicle I am driving. Just in case I turn down the wrong street and accidentally end up in the middle of a riot.

With 00 buck is a a handful, but not unmanageable and definitely persuasive
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A few years ago a pastor gave us an intense and scathing sermon warning us on the dangers of calvinists infiltrating the southern baptist church.

After the sermon, on our walk back to the truck my old lady, er I mean my beloved bride asked me "just exactly what is a calvinist ?"

I said to myself, "self, we're going to have a little fun !"

So I avoid the question and we idly chit-chat until we arrive home.

I put on a serious look of determination while retrieving a self-loading pistol and a bright flashlight from the truck door pocket advising my wife to follow behind closely with her cell phone at the ready.

We go through all of the house, me shining the light into and under (under the bed is what makes this apropos) and behind the ubiquitous hiding places while she clung to my shirt back with a trembling hand.

Finally I said, "we're good.....no calvinists here !"

It took her a moment or two but she quickly kened that I was larking...... Oh! If looks could really bruise and batter !.....
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octagon wrote:
Thu Nov 26, 2020 6:53 pm
Glock 20 (10mm) under pillow. Scott that pump looks like a hand full, what shells do you run in it?
The cheapest 00 buck I can buy in 25 round boxes. I have it loaded with “Estate “ brand 00 buck from Cabellas. Premium buckshot patterns too tight for inside work. With the wood stocks it is definitely controllable. The plastic stocks are too slippery.
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Thanks. That looks like it would make a good truck gun. Dandy for snakes with birdshot i bet. I get up to that Cabellas in Buda on occasion for dove shells.
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Visited the Cabela's in Allen yesterday. 6mm Creedmore, .350 Legend, and a bunch of shotshells were all that was in stock.
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Something under slick willie's bed.....


When Bill and Hillary first got married Bill said, "I am putting a box under the bed. You must promise never to look in it."

In all their 30 years of marriage, Hillary never looked. On the afternoon of their 30th anniversary, curiosity got the best of her and she lifted the lid and peeked inside. In the box were 3 empty beer cans and several hundreds in cash.

She closed the box and put it back under the bed. Now that she knew what was in the box, she was doubly curious as to why there even was such a box with such contents. That evening, they were out for a special anniversary dinner.

After dinner, Hillary could no longer contain her curiosity and she confessed, saying, "I am so sorry, Bill. For all these years, I kept my promise and never looked into the box under our bed. However, today the temptation was too much and I gave in. But now I need to know, why do you keep the 3 beer cans in the box?"

Bill thought for a while and said, "I guess after all these years you deserve to know the truth. Whenever I was unfaithful to you, I put an empty beer can in the box under the bed to remind myself not to do it again."

Hillary was shocked, but said, "Hmmm, Jennifer, Paula and Monica. I am very disappointed and saddened by your behavior. However, since you are addicted to sex I guess it does happen and I guess 3 times is not that bad considering your problem."

Bill thanked her for being so understanding. They hugged and made their peace. A little while later Hillary asked Bill, "So why do you have all that money in the box?"

Bill answered: "Well, whenever the box filled up with empty cans, I took them to the recycling center and redeemed them for cash."
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Bill in Oregon wrote:
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The dust bunnies under my bed don't have any dog hair in them, darn it.
Dust Bunnies? it be easier to find hen's teeth in your house! :mrgreen: A 380 Makarov, 9mm Bond Arms or 357 SP101 are usually close by the bed.
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A couple pair of boots/shoes, and some empty boxes; a stray .45 Colt case or two and assorted dust bunnies.
My 12-gauge TTN coach gun stands between the bed post and the night stand, stoked with 3" Winchester 00 Buck. A strip containing 3" 000 Buck and Brenneke Black Magic Magnums ison the stand as well, with a 7.5" Beretta SA undertake other pillow, next to my head..
And... I'm a light sleeper...
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Buck,

It sounds like you have everything covered!
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Got a holiday sale email yesterday from Sportsman's Warehouse. I usually delete them without opening them, as I have only purchased a brand new gun maybe 4-5 times in over 50 years of buying guns. But I opened that one, and spotted a defense shotgun that was a good price. I'm not a shotgun person, and the Win. 1400 I own was one I bought new 40 years ago! Back then the Winchoke system new, and a option, not std. So I ordered mine with it. It's taken upland game, and shot thousands of clay pigeons in trap tournaments at our club. But I wanted something defensive lately, so off to look at these.
The shotgun is a Charles Daly AR12 imported by Chiappa, and is a 12 ga. semiauto built to look somewhat like an AR15, but internally not. It has a detachable box mag that holds 5 rds. and 10 rd. are available, plus a 20 rd. drum mage from Charles Daly. It uses Benelli chokes, and comes with Modified choke. I'll probably get a Cylinder bore choke so I can shoot slugs if I want. It also has an adjustable cheek rest that can be raised, or lowered, but not sure what you'd put on it to use in the raised height? It has a picatinny rail on top, but also has a detachable carry handle with peep-notch sight, and a typical post front to match. Fixed buttstock, and pistol grip. They sell for around $499, but were on sale for under $400, so it came home.
I've got a couple cases of 12 ga. 2 3/4", and this shotgun shoots both 2 3/4" and 3" shells. So I need to buy some 3" shells for it also. Overall length is 39" so not a short gun, but with a 20" barrel not too long for inside the home either. I prefer buttstocks on shotguns, so that appealed to me on this gun. Way out of my usual interest, but figured I needed to diversify a little.

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Marlinman, that sounds useful for home defense. There are several choices in slugs anymore, and when you find what it likes, you should get several boxes. I would guess that you have already done that. How well does it shoot buckshot?
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Marlinman, that sounds useful for home defense. There are several choices in slugs anymore, and when you find what it likes, you should get several boxes. I would guess that you have already done that. How well does it shoot buckshot?
Haven't shot it with anything yet, but hope to pick up some 3" slugs, and buckshot soon. I also want a cylinder bore choke to use with the slugs. I checked at Sportsman's when I bought the shotgun, but prices were stupid high for 3" at about $17 a box for 3" #7.5 shot. Their 2.75" was cheap, but I've got plenty of those already.
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The one constant is a 4” Colt Lawman .357. i purchased it in 1998 for $180, then had it stripped and parkerized and added a Pachmayer grip.

Its a no nonsense heavy duty chunk of iron. I call it my barbecue gun because the park’d finish looks like it belongs on a smoker, not a vintage Colt —. But it has a para military vibe now


I also usually have A long gun within pretty close reach. Lately it has been the PTR built MP5 I recently acquired, as I had a chance to function check it over the Thanksgiving holiday. I need to put it on bags and get the sights squared away but in a hypothetical defensive situation it is definitely good for minute of man at hallway distances

I have had at times and in no particular order, a model 94 trapper in 30-30, AR carbine and even one of the shorty Mossberg Shockwaves - but a rotator cuff surgery last year has still got me pretty weak with a pump action
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For me, it's a Kel-Tec KS7 12 ga., with light and Sig Romeo red dot sight. As short as the Mossberg and Remington shorties but with an 18" barrel and a shoulder stock.
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