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  1. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by James 3528 View Post
    I thought he was voted out of office. Like Jimmy Carter
    Nah, laughed out.
    Gods are fragile things; they may be killed by a whiff of science or a dose of common sense.

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    Not as big of a laugh as Jimmy Carter and McKinney

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    Quote Originally Posted by James 3528 View Post
    Not as big of a laugh as Jimmy Carter and McKinney
    Oh, much bigger. In fact some regretted voting him out because he could be relied upon to come up with extraordinary comedy entertainment with his continual lineup of goofy conspiracy theories and hilarious rants.
    Gods are fragile things; they may be killed by a whiff of science or a dose of common sense.

    Chapman Cohen

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    this whole thread is a waste of time.

    any serious shooter loads there own. It is simple economics, purchase 50 rounds of 40 cal, 160gr cartridges for $10 to $12 bucks or load my own for 5 a cartridge ( about $2.50/50 rounds )

    I shoot anywhere from 6000-9000 rounds of 40cal per year, I also shoot around 200 rounds of 30-30cal.

    Criminals don't purchase ammo, so the only ones affected by high ammo prices are Law abiding citizens and law enforcement.
    LOVE has four letters

    So does BEER, DEER,GUNS AND FISH

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    Here is an excellent read on why I am a supporter of the Second Amendment:

    http://hobbes.ncsa.uiuc.edu/onsheepw...sheepdogs.html
    LOVE has four letters

    So does BEER, DEER,GUNS AND FISH

  6. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by acmanko View Post
    if your talking about the link, it seems to work, I'm refering to the price of ammo as a form of gun control
    BAH! Preposterous.

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    ????????????? What makes you think that liberals don't kike guns?

    I, while not a card carrying type know lots of political "liberals" that own guns, some lots of guns and if screwed with would make a soprano out of you.
    I think you confuse liberal politics with Hanoi Jane. Your wrong.
    Any working man voting neo-con just doesn't understand their voting for their own demise.
    The neo-cons just don't have their best interests at heart.
    I also know that there some very good republicans that do see the value in a strong middle class. Keep the good guys but understand the neo-con philosophy. If interested do the research.
    Tracers work both ways.

  8. #21
    What's a neo-con? I can't find it in the dictionary. Please define.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmac00 View Post
    this whole thread is a waste of time.

    any serious shooter loads there own. It is simple economics, purchase 50 rounds of 40 cal, 160gr cartridges for $10 to $12 bucks or load my own for 5 a cartridge ( about $2.50/50 rounds )

    I shoot anywhere from 6000-9000 rounds of 40cal per year, I also shoot around 200 rounds of 30-30cal.

    Criminals don't purchase ammo, so the only ones affected by high ammo prices are Law abiding citizens and law enforcement.
    this is true ,but you are leaving the price of your equipment out of the equation, give use an estimate of the cash outlay for loading equipment

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    Quote Originally Posted by chillbilly View Post
    What's a neo-con? I can't find it in the dictionary. Please define.
    look in the mirror

  11. #24
    Originally Posted by jmac00
    this whole thread is a waste of time.

    any serious shooter loads there own. It is simple economics, purchase 50 rounds of 40 cal, 160gr cartridges for $10 to $12 bucks or load my own for 5¢ a cartridge ( about $2.50/50 rounds )

    I shoot anywhere from 6000-9000 rounds of 40cal per year, I also shoot around 200 rounds of 30-30cal.

    I agree.
    I load my own too. Very inexpensive.
    And I have enough ammo to last for a very long time.

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    Did making alcohol illegal put a stop to it?

    Making ammo illegal will only drive it to the black market. When that happens the criminals will have plenty and the law abiding citizens will not.

    Why are some people so stupid on these matters???

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    Quote Originally Posted by acmanko View Post
    this is true ,but you are leaving the price of your equipment out of the equation, give use an estimate of the cash outlay for loading equipment
    this is the machine I use: http://www.dillonprecision.com/#/con...594/?viewImg=0

    I purchased mine MANY, MANY, years ago, so I paid considerably less than the price you see. My machine has paid for itself, many times over

    And the machine has a No B.S. Lifetime warranty. They mean what they say. A friend of mine sent his back for a main bushing replacement ( he ran about a ¼ million rounds thru it) and they rebuilt the entire machine for free...........to bad some furnace manufactures don't stand behind there product the same way
    LOVE has four letters

    So does BEER, DEER,GUNS AND FISH

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