planetfucker:

whiskey-weather:

mcmuph1n:

This woman is an elected official. This statement should scare the shit out of everyone.

For some reason people keep voting for her. This woman is a treasonous pile of shit and her heart attack can’t come soon enough. Sorry not sorry, she is the worst.

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planetfucker:

whiskey-weather:

mcmuph1n:

This woman is an elected official. This statement should scare the shit out of everyone.

For some reason people keep voting for her. This woman is a treasonous pile of shit and her heart attack can’t come soon enough. Sorry not sorry, she is the worst.

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cerebralzero asked:

Brits who think their opinion about the US constitutions carries any weight are one of my favorite jokes. It just has so many lovely nuances to it.

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theghostsheperd:

lee-enfeel:

omega2669:

cerebralzero:

the-saddest-landscape:

trust me, if your government wants to send the troops into your town a few middle aged dads with assault rifles won’t repel them

not that they would, because that would be insanity anyway

the fact you think putting up with a gun crime rate any first world county would be ashamed of, along with a spree and school shooting every few months, blows my mind

we had a school shooting in the uk actually, in 1996, after that we made handguns and high powered rifles illegal

now we don’t have school shootings 

"if your government wants to send troops into your town a few middle aged dads with assault rifles won’t repel them"

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Except for the fact that just happened recently(sans Assault Rifles of course because those are basically not legally in the US)

In any case, it’s always better to die on your feet than to cower and live on your knees as you do.

Damn right.

"A few middle aged dads with assault rifles won’t stop a military for-"

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I dunno OP, an insurgent army comprised of tribals with little formal education and half-century old machine guns turned back the Soviet Union, and are turning back the United States, Britain, and much of NATO.

^tis true

mars-arma:

cobra-23:

twistedlandstourguide:

oliviatheelf:

This actually kind of scared me when I first saw it and it sank in.

So do Gun Manufacturers

Really? Then why do they recall defective guns before people get hurt?

Except Remington and their faulty triggers on a few R700s.

Not to be a Rem fanboy but there was never any proof of that. NBC or whoever did the report used a lot of un proven evidence. However they did correct it and you can also buy a modification that fixes the “possible” problem. I may have missed a piece of evidence but from what i’ve heard it’s possible but rarely happens. Either way Rem 700 is still awesome.

mars-arma:

cobra-23:

twistedlandstourguide:

oliviatheelf:

This actually kind of scared me when I first saw it and it sank in.

So do Gun Manufacturers

Really? Then why do they recall defective guns before people get hurt?

Except Remington and their faulty triggers on a few R700s.

Not to be a Rem fanboy but there was never any proof of that. NBC or whoever did the report used a lot of un proven evidence. However they did correct it and you can also buy a modification that fixes the “possible” problem. I may have missed a piece of evidence but from what i’ve heard it’s possible but rarely happens. Either way Rem 700 is still awesome.

dirty-gunz:

sapper-in-the-wire:

dirty-gunz:

sapper-in-the-wire:

dirty-gunz:

california has already banned the use of lead for any hunting effective 2016

good shit

I would agree but the actual amount of rounds fired in the field is so minimal compared to the amount shot recreational y  it wont put a dent in the amount of lead put out into the environment. I can go shooting on a mountain north of me and dumb all the lead I want at the range and on the same mountain I can hunt, bear, pig, dove, quail, turkey, and deer and starting Jan 2016, the same mountain I can shoot all day with lead, wont allow me to hunt with lead. This is turning into a rich mans pastime already if it isnt one. It is wrong all around.

Firing lead at a range is mostly fine because nothing is gonna eat the dirt it is embedding in. But when you abandon gutpiles or other remnants, lead fragments can be in there. It only takes like 5 micro grams per decaliter of lead to poison a human, so even the smallest of fragments can be lethal for animals. Especially at risk are birds of prey, mostly because their numbers in any given area can be counted in the dozens (like there’s literally only three bald eagles that share like forty miles of coast near where I live) so that’s a problem.Also it’s dangerous for humans to eat meat killed by lead bullets, so…Shit ton of sources.If it ever gets too expensive, go black powder and cast tin roundshot.

I have literally chomped down on lead shot countless times. I understand lead can be dangerous and I’m okay with using steel to hunt waterfowl and I actually prefer to use it when I hunt rabbit because the shot size is more readily available to get in the larger shot sizes. On the same note, there are also studies linking no correlation between the ban of lead for hunting in the CA condor region and the decline of the California Condor. Here in Northern CA, the amount of birds of prey killed by pesticide poisoning (birds of prey eating affected mice, rats etc..) supersedes the ones poisoned my lead. Actually, the amount of birds of prey are usually killed by poachers and collisions according to my local game warden. This ban is also highly unenforceable on private land and again, it will cost significantly more to buy tin or copper alloy ammo making this a rich man/woman pastime.

dirty-gunz:

sapper-in-the-wire:

dirty-gunz:

sapper-in-the-wire:

dirty-gunz:

california has already banned the use of lead for any hunting effective 2016

good shit

I would agree but the actual amount of rounds fired in the field is so minimal compared to the amount shot recreational y  it wont put a dent in the amount of lead put out into the environment. I can go shooting on a mountain north of me and dumb all the lead I want at the range and on the same mountain I can hunt, bear, pig, dove, quail, turkey, and deer and starting Jan 2016, the same mountain I can shoot all day with lead, wont allow me to hunt with lead. This is turning into a rich mans pastime already if it isnt one. It is wrong all around.

Firing lead at a range is mostly fine because nothing is gonna eat the dirt it is embedding in. But when you abandon gutpiles or other remnants, lead fragments can be in there. It only takes like 5 micro grams per decaliter of lead to poison a human, so even the smallest of fragments can be lethal for animals. Especially at risk are birds of prey, mostly because their numbers in any given area can be counted in the dozens (like there’s literally only three bald eagles that share like forty miles of coast near where I live) so that’s a problem.

Also it’s dangerous for humans to eat meat killed by lead bullets, so…

Shit ton of sources.

If it ever gets too expensive, go black powder and cast tin roundshot.

I have literally chomped down on lead shot countless times. I understand lead can be dangerous and I’m okay with using steel to hunt waterfowl and I actually prefer to use it when I hunt rabbit because the shot size is more readily available to get in the larger shot sizes. On the same note, there are also studies linking no correlation between the ban of lead for hunting in the CA condor region and the decline of the California Condor. Here in Northern CA, the amount of birds of prey killed by pesticide poisoning (birds of prey eating affected mice, rats etc..) supersedes the ones poisoned my lead. Actually, the amount of birds of prey are usually killed by poachers and collisions according to my local game warden. This ban is also highly unenforceable on private land and again, it will cost significantly more to buy tin or copper alloy ammo making this a rich man/woman pastime.

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sharltonspensiter:

When the word ‘selfie’ became an actual word, my grandpa had me explain to him what it meant. When I finished, he found this picture and asked “is this a selfie?” I told him it was and he simply said “I was taking selfies before it was cool.” So here’s my grandpa taking a selfie in his Coast Guard uniform. (Circa 1959) Can we make my grandpa internet famous? I’d love to explain to him what Tumblr is. ;P

sharltonspensiter:

When the word ‘selfie’ became an actual word, my grandpa had me explain to him what it meant. When I finished, he found this picture and asked “is this a selfie?” I told him it was and he simply said “I was taking selfies before it was cool.”
So here’s my grandpa taking a selfie in his Coast Guard uniform. (Circa 1959)
Can we make my grandpa internet famous? I’d love to explain to him what Tumblr is. ;P

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