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| December 1, 2019

Not your Daddy’s 10/22

Deputies: Man was shot after breaking into business

COMSTOCK TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WOOD) — Investigators say a man was shot after he broke into a business in Kalamazoo County.

It happened around 8:25 p.m. Friday in the 1370 block of River Street, near Market Street in Comstock Township.

A man broke into a business that was closed and he was confronted by an employee, according to a news release from the Kalamazoo County Sheriff’s Office.

The suspect was shot, and he was taken to the hospital with a non-life-threatening injury, deputies say.

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Hat tip to upnorth259 for the link. The rest of the article may be viewed here: Wood

Man walks into house and is held at gunpoint

A man walked into a home in southern Texas County on Friday night and found himself being held at gunpoint.

The home invasion incident was reported on Highway Y south of Summersville. Authorities said the man appeared to have been intoxicated or drugged and passed out while being held at gunpoint awaiting officers from the Missouri State Highway Patrol and Texas County Sheriff’s Department.

Later he became awake and combative and additional guns were drawn.

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The rest of the article may be found here: Houston Herald

Victim Shoots At 2 Suspects Who Broke Into His Car Outside Arlington Costco

ARLINGTON, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) — A Costco shopper opened fire at two suspects who broke into his car outside the Arlington store Friday morning.

Just after 10 a.m. Nov. 29, Arlington police were sent to a shooting call in the parking lot of Costco. Officers said it appeared that two men were breaking into a pickup truck when the owner and his friend came out of the store and confronted the suspects.

Police said one of the suspects pulled out a weapon believed to be a gun, when the victim pulled out a handgun he was legally carrying and shot “some rounds” toward the suspects vehicle.

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The entire article may be viewed here: DFW CBS

Today we find, Delta Whiskies and Whiskettes, zero deceased, two inconvenienced and two in the wind. I suppose the two runners suddenly recalled they needed to be someplace else, and right now.

A state may not impose a charge for the enjoyment of a right granted by the federal constitution… The power to impose a license tax on the exercise of these freedoms is indeed as potent as the power of censorship which this Court has repeatedly struck down… a person cannot be compelled ‘to purchase, through a license fee or a license tax, the privilege freely granted by the constitution.’ —MURDOCK V. PENNSYLVANIA 319 US 105 (1942)

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Mich; Self Service after closing hours is not allowed.

Hwy Y Tx; drunk, drugged, and stoopid is no way to go thru life, dumbass.

Arlington Tx; Next time shoot “some rounds” INTO, not toward, the perps.

gun pr0n; triggered by a knife with a clip?

Ms Thang? The epitome of All American Wholesomeness and the Girl Next Door! “And it’s one, two, three, that’s what we are fighting for!”


I see someone is posting pictures from a “stamp collection”.

Does anyone make a folding stock for a Winchester 94? (Grin).


I have seen the hinge assemblies for sale, you could probably figure out a way to cut up the stock near the wrist. Would look ugly as hell. I guess you could also have a thumbscrew type screw in place of the main stock screw to allow fast breakdown and reassembly? Big question is why?


Got me interested enough to search, maybe you could modify a Tapco AK stock?

If you are looking for an easier way to pack a gun, a slightly slower but much easier alternative would be a takedown model Savage M99. Can even find them in far more effective calibers like .308.


Reason is: exploring compact easily-stowed options for a backpack/truck gun that does not run afoul of various stupid laws about self-feeding or detachable-magazine nonsense. It has to fit storage somewhat shorter than a non-folder, non-takedown.

Takedown 1892 seems to be the best answer, so far.


Also, my tastes in firearms are somewhat old-fashioned.

Also, I shoot thousands of rounds each year in lever-guns.


Fyi, the 99 IS a lever gun. In the days when levers ruled the woods, it was the Cadillac.


I am familiar with it, thanks.


I don’t think I’ve ever seen a folding stock lever gun. Seems that would be a custom job.

Winchester makes their Models 92 and 94 in takedown versions. Browning also makes a takedown lever gun, the BLR 81. Mossberg makes a collapsible stock rifle, the 464 SPX.


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Jeff LPH 3, 63-66

That’s some nice looking Ruger up on top. Years ago, curved mags were called “banana” clips even though they were technically magazines. Is that term still used today?? Haven’t heard it in years. Any agreement on that.