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Old 11-20-2012, 02:36 AM   #41
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and its accurate to 10 feet? imho i will keep my small frame s&w and just were enough to cover

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What little I saw and recall concerning California are Marine Boot Camp at MCRD, and Infantry training at Camp Pendleton. Going "ashore" on liberty there and San Francisco, I felt like an illigitimate child at a family reunion ! Marines weren't loved much by the general population and
I vowed never to return to those scenes. Different strokes for different folks, Texans didn't fit in.

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What little I saw and recall concerning California are Marine Boot Camp at MCRD, and Infantry training at Camp Pendleton. Going "ashore" on liberty there and San Francisco, I felt like an illigitimate child at a family reunion ! Marines weren't loved much by the general population and
I vowed never to return to those scenes. Different strokes for different folks, Texans didn't fit in.
I don't fit in there and I'm not even in the military. I'm from a very conservative town in the valley though.
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You wont be missed when Cali breaks off to go chill with Hawaii.


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I don't fit in there and I'm not even in the military. I'm from a very conservative town in the valley though.
From the valley too, in fact I'm still here.

Most of California is red, geographically speaking. Most of the democrats come from the larger cities.

I can't really begin to understand the gun laws here. Although if I'm not mistaken the LCP with a 10 round mag is legal.
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From the valley too, in fact I'm still here.

Most of California is red, geographically speaking. Most of the democrats come from the larger cities.

I can't really begin to understand the gun laws here. Although if I'm not mistaken the LCP with a 10 round mag is legal.
I've never seen an LCP with a 10 round magazine.

I believe that I've read that the LCP isn't legal to sell in Califonia. Could be wrong, though.
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I'd heard the LCP and most other mouse guns are banned in CA because the Libtards think this will reduce the shooting of innocent bystanders by rival gang bangers...

You see, it's generally recognized the ethnic criminals can't really hit anything beyond muzzle contact distance and allowing them "noisy crickets" would only make there marksmanship that much less effective...

...and a better question would be...WHY DOES ANYONE WHO'S HEAD IS NOT LODGED IN THERE ASS STILL RESIDE IN CA?

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I'd heard the LCP and most other mouse guns are banned in CA because the Libtards think this will reduce the shooting of innocent bystanders by rival gang bangers...

You see, it's generally recognized the ethnic criminals can't really hit anything beyond muzzle contact distance and allowing them "noisy crickets" would only make there marksmanship that much less effective...

...and a better question would be...WHY DOES ANYONE WHO'S HEAD IS NOT LODGED IN THERE ASS STILL RESIDE IN CA?
Some don't have a choice. All it is, is ruger isn't spending the $$ to have it drop tested, for whatever reason.
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I've never seen an LCP with a 10 round magazine.

I believe that I've read that the LCP isn't legal to sell in Califonia. Could be wrong, though.
Yes you may be correct, although Im relatively certain I saw an LCP in my LGS. I may be wrong, because I was more interested in the Colt Cobra in the other case.
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