Yeah, the wolf sticks in my ar-15. Fine for a bolt action rifle, though. I won't buy it again. Most of that is about 3 years old. I know about the problems with G22's and the lights, but I've never had a FTF with it. I keep meaning to sell that gun anyway and get something more interesting.
I have posted positive things about Kirby's endeavours on more than one occasion. Someone wants to be a dick in a completely separate thread, though, then I'll be a dick back.
For what it's worth, I think kirby is a cut above the typical Gen-Y. He's obviously trying to do something, with his hands, no less, which is more than you can say for the average 19 year old. Judging by some of the shit he says and his knowledge of mechanical things I sometimes doubt he's actually 19, though.
In this sense, far left libs and far right republicans are exactly the same. If you don't tow their line one hundred percent, hook, line, and sinker, you're not with them. You MUST be a sleeper agent for the other side!
I get accused of being a far right republican every time I try to argue with the leftist hipsters on Fark. Argue with a fundie here or on a gun messageboard, and you get accused of being a leftist.
The far ends of the spectrum both draw out the lunatics and fanatics.
Sorry for the nonsensical pic - my Glock 22, along with the ammo box that was easiest to get to, full of .223. There's Hornady ballistic tip, 500 rounds of Wolf, and a few hundred rounds of Remington UMC.
I have about 12 ammo cans of ammunition in different calibers, just like most left wingers, right? Most left wingers love guns and target shooting like I do. You can always run over to the local shooting range and find SO MANY democrats to talk business with.
Anyone willing to label themselves as a member of the Tea Party knows what they're getting themselves into. Yeah, they don't all believe the same things. I realize that. If there were some Tea Party guy on a local ballot here, and I liked his ideas more than the other guy's, I'd vote for him. I'm registered independent, I don't vote party lines. Most of the time there isn't even an independent to vote for, so it's a moot point. Shit, I voted for Dubya in 2000, but not 2004.
I just don't like the fundie, aww-shucks, Cletus image the Tea Party has. On a candidate to candidate basis, I'm sure some are fine.
Yeah, it might be, were I explicitly against it. Mainly I disagree with them on social issues. I don't buy into all that fundie horseshit. I don't give a fuck if gays marry, or women get abortions. This is the kind of inane shit teabadgers get up in arms about. Absolute morons like Sarah Palin and O'Donnell being heralded as goddesses of the teabadgers doesn't make them look any more intelligent, either.
I didn't vote for Obama or McCain. I'd rather some of the more moderate tea party win over some far left Obama yes-men. It'll be hilarious if Harry Reid and Pelosi lose.
Again, you can't place me into one of your neatly packaged democgraphics. I don't go in for stupidassed hippies or cletii.
That's why I liked Crist. He was conservative where I gave a shit about conservative things (gun rights, economy,) and liberal in other areas (i.e. not being a fundie dumbfuck about gays, abortion, or stem cell research.)