: Pron coming. April 7th.



Spyder
03-27-07, 03:36 PM
I did it. I bought three of 'em. Two are for me. Sequential serial numbered AR-15 receivers.

Sinister Angel
03-27-07, 03:54 PM
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slk230mb
03-27-07, 09:23 PM
:postpics:

Spyder
03-28-07, 12:06 AM
California says I can't shoot anybody with them for ten days after buying them. Pics will come on the seventh.

lawfive
03-28-07, 06:24 AM
Wow, you are heavy into it aren't you Spyder? Are you a dealer?

nickc50310
03-28-07, 11:02 AM
LOL!!! Congrats on the purchase brother!!

Im so glad I dont live in Commiefornia....

EcSTSatic
03-28-07, 11:53 AM
Pron?

Spyder
03-28-07, 11:59 AM
Intentional misspelling based on a past mistaken mispelling. It's become quite "the thing" for a few of us on here. :)

Lawfive, no, not a dealer. Just a militia. Oh, crap. I can probably get in trouble for saying that nowadays. Nah, just an enthusiast.

EcSTSatic
03-28-07, 12:13 PM
I thought it was a new kind of weapon - it is ...sort of :)

EcSTSatic
03-28-07, 12:24 PM
Speaking of weapons Spyder, you'll know the answer to my question. It comes up every now and then at home - a defense plan in case of a break in. I've been thinking of keeping my short-barrelled 12Ga and shells in the attic. The staircase up there is in the upstairs hallway just outside the bathroom. The plan: if you hear noises downstairs and don't think it's safe to investigate, take the cell phone up there and bar the attic door. There's no way out, but there's only one way up. :gun2:

My question is; can you store a gun and ammo in an attic that gets very hot and very cold?

Spyder
03-28-07, 12:42 PM
Yes, you can. Heat and cold aren't going to hurt it. Keep it lubed and, preferably, with some sort of moisture wicking chemicals.

Flaw in your logic is...you have to go TO the gun. If something happens, chances are you're not going to have the TIME to get to it. If something happens, its going to happen very quick and, most likely, in your room when they come in and wake you up. I'm a firm believer in keeping protection close and ready, not locked up and unloaded. Education of those who are going to be near the weapon or in your home will be enough to prevent accidents but having the thing locked somewhere else, where you can't get to it renders it useless. Imagine if you woke up to a noise and were on your way to the attic, you leave your room when you run into two gun toting bad guys in the hallways just outside of your room. Your screwed. Teach safety and keep it close.

Post some gun pron! Take pics of your baby!!! SHOW US!!!
Also, do you REALLY want to barricade yourself into a corner with no retreat? I sure as hell don't...

EcSTSatic
03-28-07, 01:08 PM
Good points. The wife is worried about being alone in the house and having to grab too many things for protection. The situation; This is an 80 year old 2 story house with a huge attic. The floorboards squeek whenever someone walks downstairs so you can hear them, I also have a door/window alarm system. There's only one stairway up to the second floor so you are already trapped upstairs if they are downstairs. The stairway cannot be secured unless you go to the attic and bar the door. The door is 5 feet away from the bedroom.
My thought was to have the gun ready so all she has to do is bar it, call 911 and watch the door.

EcSTSatic
03-28-07, 01:14 PM
FYI, This is a copy of my 12ga pump

http://www.mossberg.com/images/products/SA/50411.jpg

Jonas McFeely
03-28-07, 01:37 PM
The file i keep all of my porn in is called "Pron".

Sinister Angel
03-28-07, 02:36 PM
The Glock stays loaded - always.