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If they'll drive to Country :wacko:sleeping:sleeping:Laie/Kahuku) I could probably host
Plenty of room and PARKING
What's this "we" stuff?
Information for SHTF
Its gun related and a weekend project.
Ive personally not had the urge to buy any more than what i use. I cant imagine myself personally owning 13 rifles and 8 handguns, let alone as EXTRA stuff i havent shot.
Im more into buying a few things i really want. Never been much into collecting.
They actually do that at the Knob Creek KY machine gun shoot. Seen videos of it.
My search engine is upgescrewed somehow, but I did find this:
OOOooohhh ! Aaaaaaah!
Buy gun and not shoot it? Incomprehensible to me.
Like having a hot girlfriend and just texting.
1. Sig P320 9MM (bought before Christmas)
2. S&W M&P 15-22 (registered yesterday)
I have one AR and one pistol I never intend to shoot, so those aren't included.
also i dont think they can afford a cnc machine lol, at least in the philipines, they have to hide up in the mountains and make there ends meet, the gun only costs like $100 bucks after they finish it, by the time it reaches U.S. market they go for $1000+ depending if its been used
if you pay close attention the documentary, you'll see what they mean by ghost gun, i'm not talking about being politically correct, its not only dremel and file away on the serial number of course they do that too, they create a clone in danao, kinda ingenious, they will make it look like its totally legitimate with a fake serial number and actual manufacturing brand on it like colt etc..the serial numbers un-tracable no ballistics record from the company, they make a 1911 cause its a handgun, and criminals prefer something concealable over an ak unless you're cartel or need that kind of firepower to maintain whatever illegal activity there is, they have to be able to easily smuggle the gun from the philipines to the U.S. and so fourth down south of the border.
Seriously? "Hi (insert name here) I would like to know if there are any underground utilities in the place where I intend to bury my cache of ammo and firearm(s)? An underground utilities survey costs money and the onus to complete it is on the person digging. You should know what's in or under your property. You should be okay in a wilderness area with a little planning. Really how much damage can a person with hand tools do i.e. shovel, pick and post hole digger do to an underground utility which is generally in a conduit or proceeded by a layer of gravel?