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Rk 62 76

A Finnish semi-automatic rifle chambered in 5.56x45mm/.223 that is sometimes referred to as the M76. You’ll notice that the M76 shares some similarities to the Galil; notably the trigger guard, oversized mag release, and the front and rear sight. The Galil family of rifles is slightly based off of the Rk 62, which is the parent platform of the M76. Uses it’s own proprietary magazines, although some owners say you can modify Galil mags to work. They are quite rare in the U.S and easily run in the $2,000+ price range. (GRH)

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FAB Defense AR Podium

A somewhat odd AR-15 accessory that attaches to the pistol grip and magwell and creates a sort of bipod platform. The actual bipod legs are hidden in the bottom of the podium plate. FAB Defense makes a similar product with much more success on the Tavor bullpup platform. The AR Podium does not permanently modify your AR, you can pop it on or off if you need it but I’m not sure how compatible is it with other AR-15 grips. Aesthetically it looks weird but with the right parts, maybe even a Magpul D60, you could make a futuristic sci-fi looking AR, or a stupid one. (GRH)

To my fellow LGBT+ Americans

I know that many of you don’t feel physically safe in the wake of this election. Some of you are fearing government actions taken against the LGBT community; others are fearing that individuals supporting Trump will feel freer to perpetrate violence against LGBT people.

I’d like to offer you a solution. In most states, if you are old enough, you can conceal carry a handgun on your person. The laws and requirements vary state-by-state, but suffice to say, most American citizens have legal access to firearms with a license.

The Republican Party is not interested in restricting gun ownership rights. It would be wise to take advantage of the fact that we have another four years during which we may exercise this right.

The benefit is twofold:

1. Owning a gun gives you a chance to protect yourself from the government should it become oppressive and tyrannical and

2. Owning a gun provides to you the ability to defend yourself from anyone who tries to do you harm. As many of you are concerned that hate-motivated crimes will increasingly target LGBT people in light of the new political atmosphere, it is very logical to give yourself a way to protect your life.


If you would prefer to walk around feeling vulnerable, that is your prerogative too. But it is my hope that, if nothing else, the fear-mongering liberal media that has convinced so many of you that Trump and the Republican Party consists of violent, racist, homophobic savages has also managed to bring you full circle into understanding why our Second Amendment is so fundamentally important.

Stay safe out there, and happy CC’ing.

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Colt Anaconda

Chambered in .44 Magnum, this example has been heavily engraved by Beathard Engraving. Apparently their client wanted snake scales added to his revolver, which is fitting considering it is one of Colt’s “snake” guns. Engraving can be tricky because it can add or detract from the value of a gun. In this case the fact it is a collector status firearm with work done by a reputable engraver, value will increase over time. (GRH)

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Hudson H9

One of the most talked about new products for SHOT Show 2017 is the Hudson Mfg H9; a cross between a 1911 and a Glock. Using a striker fire system, the block-like appearance is due to their unique recoil system that reduces muzzle flip and recoil. It appears to have little to no polymer parts, something it doesn’t share with the Glock but pulls from the 1911. It has a slight cyberpunk, almost Ghost in the Shell silhouette. (GRH)

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Granted, I was rather indifferent during my Catholic school education. But I’m pretty sure Jesus Christ was not a gun-toting, pro-capitalist, pro-Trump mad man who supported armed police killing black people for no reason and hating immigrants and listening to Alex Jones 24/7.

Silly me. I thought he was all about peace, niceness, pacifism and helping the poor. Jesus detested rich people. 

OK, so Jesus with an AK47 killing everyone John Wick-style would have probably made The Bible more interesting and exciting, admittedly. But that’s besides the point.  

washingtonpost.com
Gun silencers are hard to buy. Donald Trump Jr. and silencer makers want to change that.
With the GOP in control of Congress and the elder Trump moving into the White House, a bill to ease restrictions on silencers may have its best chance of passing.
By https://www.facebook.com/mikerosenwald

for reasons that should be clear to pretty much every one silencers are highly controlled to the point of being nearly illegal, but Republicans want us all to live in a more deadly world so together with Donny Jr (I forget is this the Trump son famous for getting black out drunk and pissing himself every weekend in college?) they want to make sure every contract killer can get his own professional made silencer 

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Remington 870 MCS

The Modular Combat Shotgun is a variant of the 870 that is designed for different combat roles. Primarily a close quarters breaching gun, it comes with a variety of barrel lengths and stock options, as well as the ability to mount to an M4 with the proper adapter. One of the most sought after parts on the MCS is it’s unique forend, which has an integrated handstop. The MCS is not readily available to the general civilian market, instead the main customer demographic are LEO and military buyers. (GRH)

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Here are 5 of the biggest issues Trump’s Supreme Court could decide

Abortion rights

  • If Trump does indeed get three appointments and manages to fill all of them with anti-abortion rights justices, he could be able to get a court that will overturn the landmark 1973 decision Roe v. Wade, which upheld the legal right to obtain an abortion. 
  • Though Trump has frequently been wishy-washy on the issue of abortion, he’d likely want to please his base by choosing very anti-abortion rights justices.

Gun rights

  • In 2008, the Supreme Court ruled in Heller v. DC that Americans had a right to keep a handgun at home for self-defense. 
  • Soon, though, the Court could hear a case about if Americans have a right to carry a handgun outside of their own homes. This may have a huge impact on open carry laws throughout the land.

Transgender rights

  • Last October, the Court agreed to hear a case over whether or not transgender students have the right to use the restroom of their gender expression in public schools. 
  • While this decision might be made before Trump is able to appoint a justice, if he does manage to fill Scalia’s seat, the conservatives on the court will have a much easier time defending their position.

Immigration rights

  • Immigration issues are sure to reach the court during Trump’s tenure, especially if he follows through on some of his more radical plans.

Voting rights

  • The court already made a decision that Trump is going to like for procedural reasons by declining to hear a case on voter ID rules. 
  • This will allow the White House to come out in favor of voter ID laws, changing the previous official position and possibly even push them in other states. Read more
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Smith & Wesson Model 10

A .38 Special chambered revolver that has been custom engraved and plated in 24K gold. Owner/seller says the engraving is of a Mexican eagle but no information as to who did the work on the gun. It’s a but rough in condition which will hurt overall value but the greater loss is not having an documentation of the engraver. Knowing who does the work can add thousands to the overall value.(GRH)