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General Discussion / Re: 80% registration?
« Last post by tillamook on Today at 03:35:29 PM »
Funny story.  Not sure if true since its a "person heard it from a person kind of story."  But someone apparently tried to register a couple of completed 80% pistol receivers on the Big Island and the police told them "they dont have serial numbers so you dont have to register them"  If true, I wonder how many are out there floating around because the police dont think they need to be registered?  true ghosts on the Island of huaka'i pō?   

Given how they do not know the law on who needs a mental health clearance assessment, I would not be surprised if this was true. 

Preparedness and Survival / Re: casing the joint
« Last post by changemyoil66 on Today at 01:17:17 PM »
Jeez it happened again. Two different dudes no car. Went out to talk with them and they were like "oh we were looking for a different address".

Damn dude, where do u live? (not going case your place)

But good thing you were there.  Hopefully they do not see it as a soft target since you was watching and move on. 

I had a neighbor who was not working so he was in the open garage for our apt all day working on his cars.  This was good for the building because it showed all day someone was visible and watching...Then he got a job.
Guns give women more power than the entire feminist movement.

In an article in the local paper someone claimed the upcoming "women's march" in Hilo was "inclusive" and "everyone was welcome", since they had no connection to the national organization whose leaders (muslim Sarsour and Mellody) have praised anti-Semite Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan. To make a long story shorter, I contacted the Hilo women's march organization and discovered that you are not welcome if you do not abide by their (the national organization's) "unity principles", 15 statements of near-Marxist garbage that aims to turn the United States into The Peoples Republic of Socialist States. Since one of their online screeds is virulently anti-NRA and anti-gun, a woman who supports her right to choose to carry a firearm is not welcome at the women's march.So much for "inclusive" and "everyone".

Preparedness and Survival / Re: casing the joint
« Last post by hvybarrels on Today at 10:45:57 AM »
Jeez it happened again. Two different dudes no car. Went out to talk with them and they were like "oh we were looking for a different address".
Legal and Activism / Re: Bill to Remove Hawaii's Ban on Suppressors
« Last post by RSN172 on Today at 10:41:11 AM »
All of them were loud, over 110dB suppressed,  in those tests.  Basically, for a suppressed firearm to be "quiet", you need to use subsonic ammo.  Normal conversation is about 60dB and your lawnmower is around 90.  The suppressed 22LR pistol I heard was firing Federal HV ammo.
Guns give women more power than the entire feminist movement.

The movement is full of it too.  Not 1 feminist org has come to help any of Trumps female officials (most female senior officials appointed in history), not 1 group has come to help Rose McGowain who was 1 of the 1st to start the Weinstein accusations, not 1 group supports women being able to carry a gun (a few groups did take handgun classes, but they were so they can use it for anti-2a propaganda).
Meanwhile, while we here in Hawaii beg to be allowed to possess a stun gun, in the United States of America the laws are a little different... it's hard to try to put into words how far we are from women senators open carrying of the legislature floor... at least for me. It's sort of like bizarro world, where everything is opposite...

On the Senate floor with a gun on her hip, Republican says packing heat can deter violence

RICHMOND — Even in Virginia, where gun culture runs deep and some state lawmakers wear concealed weapons as routinely as dress socks, this scene raised eyebrows: state Sen. Amanda Chase standing on the floor of the ornate chamber with a .38 special openly strapped to her hip. [Open carry is permitless/constitutional carry in Virginia.]

“I’ve had people get in my face. I’ve had people come up and try to touch me inappropriately,” said Chase, a Republican freshman seeking reelection this year in a suburban-rural district south of Richmond. “And it’’ — the gun — “is a deterrent.”

Rules about guns are notoriously loose [this is the Washington Post editorializing in a "news" article] in Mr. Jefferson’s Capitol, where even visitors with concealed-carry permits are allowed to bring weapons in. In the Senate alone, at least six of the 21 Republicans regularly bring guns on the floor. But most of the time, they keep their weapons concealed. That was true for Chase too, until this week.

“I respect that it may raise an eyebrow with people, so I always conceal-carry,” said Chase, who owns a small financial services business. “I don’t want to raise an alarm for other people.”

Chase had a change of heart after a colleague complained about an encounter with immigration activists. State Sen. Richard H. Black (R-Loudoun) said the activists mobbed him Monday after he presented his bill to ban sanctuary cities. Chase decided that wearing her gun openly might deter that kind of thing.

“It concerned me,” she said of the episode with Black. “I’ve had threats. I’ve had stalkers since I’ve been in the General Assembly. I am going to continue to represent the issues that are important to my constituents, and I’m not going to be intimidated by people who would try to physically harm me.”

“It empowers women,” she said. “I jokingly call it my ERA.”

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Austin fined $9,000 after refusing entry to city hall to man open carrying.

AOC goes stalker exgf on McConnell. Looks for him in 5 offices and said hes no where to be found

Well she got the wrong buildings.

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I have been in talks with the AG's office due to Andrew's lawsuit.  I can't share details mucht other than to say the AG's office would rather repeal the taser law rather than get a adverse ruling against the State in Court.

AWESOME!!!!! Thank you again.

Have you or anyone contacted other gun rights groups like Firearms Policy Coalition or the others who filed suit for the bump stock.  We all know the NRA-ILA didn't do anything.
Legal and Activism / Re: Bill to Remove Hawaii's Ban on Suppressors
« Last post by punaperson on Today at 08:06:29 AM »
Suppressors fired on video recordings are a LOT quieter than in person.  Good example is watch NHRA drag races on TV or UTube.  If you ever been to one in person, you will know what I mean.
Here's an article with numbers and graphs. The sound produced by the round exiting the suppressor is at approximately the same level as the sound created by the bolt acting.
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