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News / Re: Gun crime in London increases by 42%
« Last post by Spike on April 17, 2017, 10:30:03 pm »
Nearly there.................

Spike.
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News / Re: Piers Morgan Gets a Dose of 2nd Amendment Reality
« Last post by Spike on April 17, 2017, 10:27:11 pm »
Hey Graham!

Happy Easter!!

Spike.
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News / Re: Piers Morgan Gets a Dose of 2nd Amendment Reality
« Last post by Graham Showell on April 17, 2017, 03:57:16 pm »
If you want to stop criminals getting guns, then put them in jail. A person behind bars cannot get a gun.

Problem solved.

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News / Re: Gun crime in London increases by 42%
« Last post by Graham Showell on April 17, 2017, 03:53:42 pm »
This will be used as an excuse to arm all police, in order to further drag the country into a police state.

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General firearms discussion / Re: High blood levels of lead from indoor ranges
« Last post by Spike on April 14, 2017, 11:34:53 am »
Some "authorities" don't have a clue. When I was much younger, I would attend an indoor range at a local army hall to shoot .22 indoors. We would often be ousted so that the local police could train.......using .38 and often .357s. That's .357 shooting into a snail trap designed for .22lr! Range would then be closed "for repairs!"

Death by lead poisoning..not nice!

Spike.
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News / Re: Gun crime in London increases by 42%
« Last post by Spike on April 14, 2017, 11:30:49 am »
Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe retired police commissioner:-
 
Earlier this year the outgoing Met chief Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe criticised government cuts to policing saying that the warning lights were flashing after official figures confirmed an increase in murder and knife crime.

He also warned last year of a record number of guns being seized in London saying there was an increasing number of firearms being smuggled into the UK from eastern Europe.


However one paper, this week, stated that lax security in gun shops and the trading of privately owned firearms was mainly to blame!

Yeah obviously. Because we know that all legitimate firearms (That's rifles and shotguns only, these days) can just be sold on without checks......Really? God forbid that you "forget" to inform the police if you sell a gun or worse "lose" one!

Spike.
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Non Lethal Weapons / Very hot sauce?
« Last post by old_man_with_big_stick on April 13, 2017, 10:14:51 pm »
Hi guys. Cool site.

Read most of the threads about this, but they were all quite old. My favorite hot sauce is "Dave's Insanity" I like very hot food, but a blob about the size of a 2p coin (about an inch) is enough to make the dish inedible for most people. I accidentally tested this on myself and the missues. An invisible smear on my finger hurt my eye so bad that the food was cold by the time I wanted to eat it. The same amount in a more intimate place seemed to affect her even more.

This stuff would genuinely be more useful as a condiment in a small spray bottle, perhaps diluted with vodka, to allow an even application to the food. Do you guys know of a spray bottle that can deal with small solid particles? Just to be clear, the container needs to be safe for food, as I do plan on eating it.. If  anyone else reading also likes hot food, I'm pretty sure it is legal to take your own condiments to a restaurant.

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News / Gun crime in London increases by 42%
« Last post by Weston on April 13, 2017, 09:02:35 pm »
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General firearms discussion / High blood levels of lead from indoor ranges
« Last post by Weston on April 13, 2017, 04:31:09 am »
I've never really considered this an issue, but it may be worth keeping in mind.  I am a member of an outdoor range and I shoot from my garage, so I may be OK.  Yes, the garage door is open when I shoot. ;)

http://www.naturalnews.com/2017-04-12-people-who-shoot-at-indoor-ranges-found-to-have-shockingly-high-blood-levels-of-lead-the-heavy-metal-used-to-make-bullets.html

Weston
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I wouldn't have mentioned any of them.


Weston
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