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Old 11-29-2012, 11:14 AM   #41
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Yeah, I know. I'll eventually just give them away.
Komrade! Don't post on open forums that you can think for yourself! The state knows how to keep us safe! How dare you attempt to be smarter!
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Old 11-29-2012, 01:59 PM   #42
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Mine didn't come with a lock. It does have the ILS MSH though. But I had a Taurus with something similar and it still came with a lock. What gives?

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Old 11-30-2012, 10:18 AM   #43
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LOL, well, if the SS wants to come get me, so be it. Remember The Dukes of Hazzard? What was Cooter's tag line? "I may be crazy, but I ain't stupid!" Sorry, I don't have a CB, though.....
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LOL, well, if the SS wants to come get me, so be it. Remember The Dukes of Hazzard? What was Cooter's tag line? "I may be crazy, but I ain't stupid!" Sorry, I don't have a CB, though.....
Or Van Peoples in Heartbreak Ridge
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LOL, well, if the SS wants to come get me, so be it. Remember The Dukes of Hazzard? What was Cooter's tag line? "I may be crazy, but I ain't stupid!" Sorry, I don't have a CB, though.....
yeah, well Cooter, AKA Ben Jones, did something crazy and ran for the House. Served a term and then did something smart and got out of there. Dunno what he did after that though.
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Ooo! Buy an 870 and you don't HAVE to worry about disabling it! Listening Remington? You can market that as a feature now...

[Cue the Deep Voice Guy] All Remington shotguns come pre-equipped with our exclusive, advanced, Built-in Disabling Capacity, or "BDC." No other manufacturer of firearms, not at any price, feature this inherent design function. As our President says, "it's not the action -- it's the pointability"

That last part is an oft repeated God's honest quote from the loser...

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Just my .02 worth, the easiest thing to disable is the sights and probably the least physical strength, next the extractor or tossing the bolt.

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Ooo! Buy an 870 and you don't HAVE to worry about disabling it! Listening Remington? You can market that as a feature now...

[Cue the Deep Voice Guy] All Remington shotguns come pre-equipped with our exclusive, advanced, Built-in Disabling Capacity, or "BDC." No other manufacturer of firearms, not at any price, feature this inherent design function. As our President says, "it's not the action -- it's the pointability"

That last part is an oft repeated God's honest quote from the loser...
LOL, that's funny. I was under the impression, though, that the 870 enjoyed a good reputation......What's wrong with it? And what would you recommend in it's place? The Mossberg 500 Marine model looks nice, but I have a 410 cruiser model, and it looks and feels a little....cheap. Too many plastic parts.
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Federal law. They have to come with trigger locks. Don't think you'll get money back
I find interesting uses for those worthless cable locks.

1. Securing coolers, strollers, or anything else in the bed of my truck.
2. Securing dining room chairs to the table so the 20 month old can use them to climb the counters.
3. Securing the cupboards on my work bench

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I find interesting uses for those worthless cable locks.

1. Securing coolers, strollers, or anything else in the bed of my truck.
2. Securing dining room chairs to the table so the 20 month old can use them to climb the counters.
3. Securing the cupboards on my work bench

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I keep one in my car for self defense. I enjoy the irony of maybe beating someone to death with a mandatory trigger lock.
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