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Yeah, no. I remember how it went down in Afghanistan when they left all the facial recognition data and equipment lying around and the Taliban used it to target anyone who cooperated with us. I don’t trust this government at all.


Gee, what could go wrong? The facial recognition DB can be hacked and then your likeness and information can be used to obtain tax refunds in your name much easier. Oh yeah, my confidence in the government just went down even more.

I don’t trust the government at all. Never did and I never will.
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Yeah, no. I remember how it went down in Afghanistan when they left all the facial recognition data and equipment lying around and the Taliban used it to target anyone who cooperated with us. I don’t trust this government at all.

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Political Discussion / Re: Fascism Thrives on Misinformation
« Last post by hvybarrels on Today at 12:27:48 PM »
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Since I haven't had a refund since the 90's I don't care.  Maybe more Americans will follow my lead and pay minimal taxes during the year and suffer the "penalty fee".
I have never been billed for such a penalty.
Then the workers will see just how much the crap government is costing them.
As for the poor that receive income re-distribution money from taxes, and I know a few of these
people, quit voting for Democrats and you may have fewer Democrats regulating and taxing
your jobs and potential new ones, out of existence.

Government is the enemy today and Democrats run it.
 :grrr:
I’m in that position now where I don’t pay any taxes all year long. And I really don’t know what my taxes are going to look like this year. I’ll probably pay taxes on SS to the feds but not my state. I don’t have a lot of deductions this year for medical like I had the year before. And I don’t have a lot of expenses this year for my rental business like I had the year before. So I’m sure I’ll pay some tax this year or maybe close to  break even. I went over all my possible deductions for this year and I noticed there are two big ones I didn’t take last year but I could have. Depending on how much they effect my taxes this year I might file an amended return for last year.
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General Discussion / Re: Why no ammo by mail to Alaska?
« Last post by Flapp_Jackson on Today at 12:14:30 PM »
Thanks.  It is checked luggage.  IIRC there was a 20 pound limit. but I was flying from Ketchikan to Seattle and it seems
rules change by airport not airlines.  In any event guns and ammo checked in luggage on airplanes gets you a visit to special TSA inspections.
 :love:

If you connect to another airline other than Alaska AL, you have to conform to that airline's weight restrictions for ammo,

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You can transport it in checked baggage if it's within weight allotments.

Customers checking in or connecting to Alaska Airlines flights 3300-3499 are limited to 11 lbs. of ammunition.

Ammunition checklist table
Flight numbers                         Domestic                         International (where permitted)
001-1999                                      50 lbs.                                11 lbs.
2000-2999                                    50 lbs.                                11 lbs.
3300-3499                                    11 lbs.                                 11 lbs.

https://www.alaskaair.com/content/travel-info/baggage/special-baggage/transporting-firearms
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General Discussion / Re: Why no ammo by mail to Alaska?
« Last post by groveler on Today at 11:57:45 AM »
FIFY.

The OP is talking about shipping ammo, not accompanying it it on a trip.

All domestic airlines AKAIK allow ammo in checked bags up to a certain weight limit.  I've seen people posting here that AK airlines allows up to 50 lbs of ammo in your luggage.  Perhaps this topic is the reason they do that?

Maybe Hawaiian Airlines should adopt a similar weight limit to address the same problem?  It might draw more business.
Thanks.  It is checked luggage.  IIRC there was a 20 pound limit. but I was flying from Ketchikan to Seattle and it seems
rules change by airport not airlines.  In any event guns and ammo checked in luggage on airplanes gets you a visit to special TSA inspections.
 :love:


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General Discussion / Re: Why no ammo by mail to Alaska?
« Last post by groveler on Today at 11:50:21 AM »
not in carry on, but in regular luggage...
Correct!  I meant to write non-carry on baggage.
 :thumbsup:
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Guest "questions?"

Should be more like, "admits!"

Shows how these people can't stand to admit they were wrong when the results are staring them in the face.
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General Discussion / Re: Why no ammo by mail to Alaska?
« Last post by Flapp_Jackson on Today at 11:39:53 AM »
Not quite true, since you can ship ammo in carry-on checked baggage.  The mainland sellers just don't want the hassle.

FIFY.

The OP is talking about shipping ammo, not accompanying it on a trip.

All domestic airlines AKAIK allow ammo in checked bags up to a certain weight limit.  I've seen people posting here that AK airlines allows up to 50 lbs of ammo in your luggage.  Perhaps this topic is the reason they do that?

Maybe Hawaiian Airlines should adopt a similar weight limit to address the same problem?  It might draw more business.
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Reloading / Re: What Did You Do in Your Reloading Room Today?
« Last post by Inspector on Today at 11:34:28 AM »
I primed and loaded 200 rounds of 9mm today. I have 1,300 rounds left of 9mm to load.

I also took delivery of a case of Federal Small Pistol Primers.
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