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    Quote Originally Posted by mutantcolors View Post
    On his 21st birthday, first day it was legal for him to do so, my buddy bought a S&W 500 with a 10.5" barrel. I blew my old toilet into dust with 2 shots.
    Great idea! The garbage collecting here won't pick up a toilet (or bricks or tile or shingles or any of that sort of thing), rather you have to take it to the dump yourself and its like $75 a pickup truck load regardless. A lot of old toilets sit at the curb for months till people finally figure out that the city won't pick them up. When I replaced one, I broke it up with a hammer and put the pieces in the trash a little at a time. Blowing it up would be a lot more fun.
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    I used to travel thru the US attending competition, black powder and buckskin, nowadays just try to stay limber
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    I applied for and was allowed to buy a hand gun in my State. The background "Check" was done by the state and federal people in charge. If I was denied that purchase,they would tell me.It's legal for me to own a hand gun for home defense.
    The invaders are here,already.Theft,B&E,property damage and trespassing is in my neighborhood and it has increased.
    A few shootings,blocks away. Big city=big trouble.

    WE have 2 large Cane Corso dogs,dead bolts on the doors and effective outside lighting in addition to (4 )1080p CCTV cameras,that I watch most of the time.
    I'm on the defensive to protect myself,my house and my stuff against theft.
    The B & E scares me the most.(The big dogs are just 100 pound puppies)
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    Quote Originally Posted by ddd228 View Post
    I applied for and was allowed to buy a hand gun in my State. The background "Check" was done by the state and federal people in charge. If I was denied that purchase,they would tell me.It's legal for me to own a hand gun for home defense.
    The invaders are here,already.Theft,B&E,property damage and trespassing is in my neighborhood and it has increased.
    A few shootings,blocks away. Big city=big trouble.

    WE have 2 large Cane Corso dogs,dead bolts on the doors and effective outside lighting in addition to (4 )1080p CCTV cameras,that I watch most of the time.
    I'm on the defensive to protect myself,my house and my stuff against theft.
    The B & E scares me the most.(The big dogs are just 100 pound puppies)
    That's why I got back into firearms when I was living in Kalifornia. TOO many weirdos, illegals, and released CRIMINALS running around.

    I keep a 12 ga with 00 buck on my side of the bed, and my wife keeps her 357 by her side of the bed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdupler View Post
    Great idea! The garbage collecting here won't pick up a toilet (or bricks or tile or shingles or any of that sort of thing), rather you have to take it to the dump yourself and its like $75 a pickup truck load regardless. A lot of old toilets sit at the curb for months till people finally figure out that the city won't pick them up. When I replaced one, I broke it up with a hammer and put the pieces in the trash a little at a time. Blowing it up would be a lot more fun.
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    It becomes obvious that crimes are on the rise and we do what we can. The Cops cannot protect us.We can.
    My new hobby also provides personal protection.
    I deleted part of my first post for personal reasons.This guy shares too much.
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