WELCOME TO THE NO BS ZONE OF TEDDY JACOBSON
I WILL NEVER COMMENT ON ANY OTHER FORUM OR BLOGGER ABOUT GUNS PERIOD. MOST PEOPLE ARE LOSING THEIR CONCEPT OF REALITY. ALL GUNS BREAK IN DUE TIME, YOU FEED IT GARBAGE AND DO NOT MAINTAIN OR CLEAN IT PROPERLY THEY WILL CAUSE YOU A PROBLEM EVENTUALLY. WHAT HAPPENS WHEN PEOPLE EAT "GARBAGE" SOME GET SICK AND SOME DIE.
THE "MORONS" THAT POST WHAT THEY OWN AND PROVIDE AND POST PICTURES AND DETAILS OF THE QUANTITY OF THEIR SUPPLIES ARE "INSANE" AS THESE FORUMS ARE MONITORED AND READ THROUGH OUT THE WORLD. YOU ARE TELLING THE WORLD WHAT YOU HAVE AND WHERE TO COME AND THEY CAN FIND YOU THROUGH YOUR "IP" ADDRESS. HAVE IT YOUR WAY BUT DON'T EVER SAY YOU WERE NEVER WARNED.
AS A GENERAL RULE I HAVE FOUND THE GLOCK 17 OR 19 THE VERY BEST CHOICE FOR A SURVIVAL HANDGUN, IF YOU DO NOT LIKE WHAT I AM SAYING THEN GET THE HELL OUT OF MY WORLD OF NO BS. I DO NOT FORCE YOU TO COME HERE, I FORGOT MORE THAN THESE GENIUSES EVER KNEW.
MOST BRAND NEW GLOCK PISTOLS WHOLESALE FOR $440.00. WITH ADVANCED BULLET TECHNOLOGY THAT IS AVAILABLE THIS 9mm IS ALL YOU WILL EVER NEED. DO NOT BELIEVE THE BS THAT YOU CAN NOT STOP AN ATTACKER UNLESS YOU HAVE A 45 ACP CARTRIDGE, FBI STATISTICS PROVE OTHERWISE.
BESIDES HAVING 9mm AMMUNITION IS IDEAL FOR BARTER IN THESE "END OF DAYS"
I AM SUPER MAD AT THE STUPIDITY OUT THERE. PEOPLE THAT HAD OLDER GLOCK 21's HAD A PROBLEM WITH CHIPPED EXTRACTORS SO THE FACTORY INCLINED THE BREECH FACE FIVE DEGREES AND INSTALLED A NEW UPDATED EXTRACTOR TO SOLVE THIS PROBLEM. WITH THE HIGH COST OF AMMUNITION YOU ARE BETTER OFF USING A 9mm GLOCK USING THE "NEW" FEDERAL EXPANDING FULL METAL JACKET AMMO.
FEDERAL AND CCI ARE NOW OWNED BY THE VERY SAME CONGLOMERATE COMPANY. I STOCK SOME GLOCK PARTS BUT I VERY SELDOM NEED TO REPLACE ANYTHING. THESE DAMN KNOW IT ALLS ARE FULL OF S**T. THE ONLY TIME I EVER SAW A BAD TRIGGER BAR WAS WHEN SOME HALF ASS GUNSMITH GOT STONE HAPPY WITH HIS FAVORITE CHINESE TWO DOLLAR STONE AND IT WENT FULLY AUTO. I REPLACED THE TRIGGER BAR ASSEMBLY AND THAT SOLVED THAT.
YOU ARE NOT TO USE A NEW YORK TRIGGER WITH AN 8 LB. CONNECTOR.
MANY OF THE INTERNAL PARTS ARE NICKLE PLATED IN THE CURRENT GLOCK PISTOLS, NOW I DID NOT SAY THE EXTRACTOR WAS NICKLE PLATED SO GET YOUR FACTS STRAIGHT GENIUS. A GREAT DEAL DEPENDS ON HOW YOU CARE FOR A HANDGUN, A GREAT DEAL DEPENDS ON WHAT YOU FEED IT, USING CHEAP AMMUNITION WITH STEEL CASES IS A SURE WAY TO CHIP YOUR EXTRACTOR BUT YOU THINK YOU ARE SAVING MONEY, YOU ARE SAVING NOTHING BUT RISKING YOUR LIFE IF IT GOES INOPERABLE.
I LOVE THESE GUYS THAT SHOOT A GUN EVERY WEEK DAY IN AND DAY OUT AND THINK THEY HAVE ALL THE ANSWERS. I SELDOM SHOOT A HANDGUN AT THIS TIME BUT I SEE THE RESULTS OF THE GARBAGE THAT PEOPLE FEED THEM AND THE FACT THAT VERY FEW PEOPLE KNOW HOW TO EVEN CLEAN A GUN AND OIL IT USING A PREMIUM LUBRICATION. MY LUBRICATION OF CHOICE IS "MILITEC"...period
I HAVE CHANGED CLEANERS BECAUSE OF THE INFERIOR VALVE SYSTEM ON THE LPS MICRO X PRODUCTS, I NOW HAVE SWITCHED OVER TO BIRCHWOOD CASEY SYNTHETIC SAFE AEROSOLS. THIS NEW PRODUCT WORKS FINE ON ANY POLYMER.
MY CARRY GLOCK HAS A HARD CHROMED SLIDE THAT WAS DONE BY VIRGIL TRIPP. IT HAS X/S SIGHTS ON IT ALONG WITH A NEW YORK TRIGGER. I USE EITHER A WOLFF HARDENED STEEL GUIDE ROD OR I BUY A HARDENED STEEL GUIDE ROD FROM GEORGE SMITH OF EGW IN PENN. THERE IS NO BS HERE, I LIE TO NO ONE. I DECEIVE NO ONE. MY "19" CARRIES 16 CARTRIDGES OF PURE "HELL" & YOU CAN TAKE THAT TO THE BANK. THERE IS NOTHING WRONG WITH THE ORIGINAL GUIDE ROD ASSEMBLY FOR THE 17 OR 19.
I AIRBRUSHED A COATING OF "CERAKOTE" ON THE BARREL. I SELDOM EVER FIRE IT BUT WHEN I NEED IT, I ASSURE YOU IT WILL GO BANG INSTEAD OF CLICK. MY CARTRIDGES ALL HAVE SEALED PRIMERS, I USED BRIGHT RED PREMIUM NAIL POLISH. IT IS CARRIED IN A PREMIUM MILT SPARKS HOLSTER.
I CAN CHANGE THE EXTRACTOR IN A GLOCK PISTOL IN 30 SECONDS, YOU TELL ME IF YOU CAN DO THAT WITH YOUR SURVIVAL HANDGUN. IF YOU HAVE A SA "XD" YOU WILL NEED MORE THAN KNOW HOW TO CHANGE IT IN A HURRY.
I NO LONGER BUY 40 CALIBER HANDGUNS BECAUSE THIS HIGH PRESSURE ROUND IS BEATING THE HELL OUT OF ALL BRANDS OF PISTOLS. I FIND THIS CALIBER NOT AS ACCURATE AS THE 9mm.
STOCKING UP ON 45 ACP AMMUNITION AT THIS POINT IN TIME HAS SOME MAJOR DRAWBACKS AS THE PRICE IS OUT OF SIGHT AND ITS VERY HEAVY AND HARDER TO HIDE AND CONCEAL LARGE QUANTITIES. A GOOD 9mm WITH WELL PLACED SHOTS WILL MAKE YOU JUST AS DEAD AND THE "TOE TAG" IS THE VERY SAME.
FOR THOSE PEOPLE OUT THERE THAT HAVE A PROBLEM WITH WHAT I SAY MY PHONE NUMBER IS 281 565 6977. MY JOB IS TO KEEP MY CUSTOMERS ALIVE SO THAT THEY CAN GO HOME TO THEIR FAMILIES AT NIGHT. MOST OF MY WORK HAS ALWAYS BEEN FOR LAW ENFORCEMENT AND MILITARY AND SPECIAL OPS AND FEDERAL AND STATE PEOPLE. NOTHING HAS CHANGED OTHER THAN ME GETTING OLD AND DOING MUCH LESS WORK.
I NEVER GIVE DETAILS ABOUT WHO I DID WHAT FOR, ITS NO ONES BUSINESS. I AM THE ONLY ONE IN NORTH AMERICA THAT STILL ONLY DOES TRIGGER WORK PERIOD. THAT IS ALL I HAVE EVER DONE AND I HAVE NO MAJOR MACHINE SHOP, I USE MY HANDS AND CUSTOM JIGS WHICH I MAY SELL TO BROWNELLS.
I HAVE WORKED ON MOST EVERY MAJOR BRAND OF CARRY GUN AND EVEN THOUGH I LIKE SOME OF THE OTHERS, THERE IS NO BETTER SURVIVAL PISTOL THAN THE GLOCK 17 OR 19. IF YOU DO NOT LIKE WHAT I AM SAYING ITS JUST TOO BAD, THIS IS MY OPINION BASED ON MY EXPERIENCE.
BEING LEFT HANDED MY FAVORITE CARRY GUN IS THE HK P7 M8 BUT ITS VERY HARD TO BUY PARTS FOR THIS PISTOL AND NOW THAT IT IS NO LONGER MADE AND I AM CONCERNED ABOUT THE PARTS PROBLEM I NOW SELDOM EVER CARRY IT. BEING A REALIST I WILL STAY WITH THE GLOCK PISTOL FOR SURVIVAL.
I WORK ON MANY HANDGUNS THAT I DO NOT LIKE BUT I AM NOT THE OWNER AND I CAN NOT TELL EVERYONE WHAT IS BEST FOR THEIR NEEDS OR MAINLY BUDGET. I AM WRITING THIS COMMENTARY BECAUSE I AM PISSED OFF ABOUT THESE IGNORANT BASTARDS THAT ATTACK ME, HERES MY PHONE NUMBER AGAIN 281 565 6977.
NRA-ILA GRASSROOTS ALERT
Vol. 14, No. 27 07/06/07
11250 Waples Mill Road, Fairfax, VA 22030
Phone: (800) 392-8683 Fax: (703) 267-3918
PROPOSED "SAFETY" REGULATIONS WOULD DRY UP AMMUNITION SALES
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has proposed new rules that would have a dramatic effect on the storage and transportation of ammunition and handloading components. The proposed rule indiscriminately treats ammunition, powder and primers as "explosives."
The public comment period ends July 12. To file your own comment, or to learn more about the OSHA proposal, click here
A dirty bomb explosion involving a significant amount of cesium-137 near Toronto's CN Tower would send radiation cascading for hundreds of square kilometres, according to preliminary findings of a Canadian defence research study. (Defence Research and Development Canada)
Alan Bell, president of Globe Risk Security Holdings, speaks with Canada AM on Wednesday, July 4, 2007.
Initial findings of a defence research study say detonation of an americium-laden device near Toronto's CN Tower. (Defence Research and Development Canada)
Radioactive devices disappearing at alarming rate
Updated Wed. Jul. 4 2007 8:57 AM ET
CTV.ca News Staff
Radioactive devices -- some of which have the potential to be used in terrorist attacks -- have gone missing in alarming numbers in Canada over the past five years.
A new database compiled by The Canadian Press shows that the devices, which are used in everything from medical research to measuring oil wells, are becoming a favoured target of thieves.
At least 76 have gone missing in Canada over the past five years -- disappearing from construction sites, specialized tool boxes, and generally growing legs and walking away.
Some of the devices could be used in a "dirty bomb," where conventional explosives are used to detonate nuclear material, spreading the contamination over a wide area, said Alan Bell, a security and international terrorism expert from Globe Risk Security Holdings.
He told CTV Newsnet on Thursday that the problem isn't new, but it has gained new attention as a result of the CP report.
"It's come to the fore over the last couple of days but it has always been there. We've had this problem. It's only a matter of time before terrorists use a dirty bomb process to attack the world," Bell said.
The database compiled by CP tracks the rate at which the devices have gone missing in recent years.
It points to dozens of cases where hazardous materials have gone missing, been stolen or lost in a variety of mishaps.
Of the 76, 35 were stolen, three others were found in a ditch beside a road, in a dump and in a farmer's field.
Dozens were still unaccounted for at last count.
Bell said there is a lack of streamlining among the different federal departments responsible for nuclear materials and a single agency should be set up to track the transportation of nuclear materials.
"But one of the biggest problems is yes, we do keep track of them to the best of our ability, but things fall through the cracks as they always do," Bell said.
The CP report comes in the wake of the release of a federal study that said the detonation of a small dirty bomb near Toronto's CN Tower would send radiation out over a four kilometre area, causing economic devastation and slamming the city's emergency medical services.
Bell said such reports could actually help motivate terrorists to strike the city.
"I was surprised. Why tell the terrorists where to place the device? This is the ramifications of the weather, this is the area that's contaminated or affected. I thought it was irresponsible to do that."
He said terror attacks around the world have become more sophisticated in recent months, and "it's only a matter of time before they gravitate to using nuclear material in their bomb box."
With files from The Canadian Press
OSHA THREATENS GUN INDUSTRY
Proposed OSHA Regulation Threatens
Firearm and Ammunition Industry
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the government agency charged with assuring the safety and health of America's workers, is proposing a regulatory rule affecting the manufacturing, transportation and storage of small arms ammunition, primers and smokeless propellants.
As written, the proposed rule would force the closure of nearly all ammunition manufacturers and force the cost of small arms ammunition to skyrocket beyond what the market could bear—essentially collapsing our industry. This is not an exaggeration. The cost to comply with the proposed rule for the ammunition industry, including manufacturer, wholesale distributors and retailers, will be massive and easily exceed $100 million. For example, ammunition and smokeless propellant manufacturers would have to shut down and evacuate a factory when a thunderstorm approached and customers would not be allowed within 50 feet of any ammunition (displayed or otherwise stored) without first being searched for matches or lighters.
NSSF and SAAMI have already had a preliminary meeting with OSHA officials to begin the process of explaining to them the major problems this proposed rule presents for all levels of the firearms and ammunition industry. Furthermore, NSSF and SAAMI are each seeking a 60 day extension of the public comment period (currently scheduled to expire July 12).
NSSF is urging all retailers to contact OSHA directly and request a 60-day extension of the public comment period. Retailers should inform OSHA that the proposed rule constitutes a "significant regulatory action" as defined in Executive Order 12866 (1993) Section 3(f)(1) in that it will clearly "adversely affect in a material way" the retail sector of the firearms and ammunition industry, productivity, competition and jobs and that the annual compliance cost for all retailers of ammunition will far exceed $100 million dollars.
Click here for a template letter. If you choose to draft your own letter, the reference line must read as follows:
RE: Docket No. OSHA–2007–0032
Request to Extend Public Comment Period and Request for Hearing on
"Significant Regulatory Action" as Defined in Executive Order 12866
WEAPONS OF CHOICE
Work rules could blow up ammunition supplies
OSHA considering new requirements for handling 'explosives'
Posted: July 7, 2007
1:00 a.m. Eastern
© 2007 WorldNetDaily.com
The federal government is considering a series of new rules that would apply to workplaces where "explosives" are handled, giving rise to a concern that the restrictions could be used to limit – or eliminate – reasonable access to firearms ammunition.
Among those raising the issue is the National Rifle Association, which is publicizing a request that firearms owners express their opinion on the issue before a deadline of July 12.
"The proposed rule indiscriminately treats ammunition, powder and primers as 'explosives,'" the NRA said in a published statement, which noted the plan would:
- Prohibit possession of firearms in commercial "facilities containing explosives"—an obvious problem for your local gun store.
- Require evacuation of all "facilities containing explosives"—even your local Wal-Mart—during any electrical storm.
- Prohibit smoking within 50 feet of "facilities containing explosives."
The proposal by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration "would have a dramatic effect on the storage and transportation of ammunition and handloading components such as primers or black and smokeless powder," the group said.
OSHA's proposal would "revise" its standards for "explosives and blasting agents" to include ammunition.
"This revision … is intended to enhance the protections provided to employees engaged in the manufacture, storage, sale, transportation, handling, and use of explosives," the federal agency said.
The NRA noted that it is important to note the rule – at this point – still is "proposed."
"So there's still time for concerned citizens to speak out before OSHA issues its final rule. The National Rifle Association, National Shooting Sports Foundation, and Sport Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers' Institute will all be commenting on these proposed regulations, based on the severe effect these regulations (if finalized) would have on the availability of ammunition and reloading supplies to safe and responsible shooters," the NRA said.
One WND reader described the situation as the "backdoor elimination of firearms," noting that Sens. Ted Kennedy, D-Mass., Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., and Barack Obama, D-Minn., all are on the OSHA oversight committee.
"If you want to keep your guns we had better raise more hell than the amnesty bill caught," the writer said. "Make sure your congressman hears about this or you won't have any ammo."
The NRA said those who are interested in commenting should go to the regulations.gov website and do a search for Docket Number OSHA-2007-0032.
Another reader suggested contacting firearms industry connections and ask them to contact the Department of Defense.
"My reasoning being if the arms industry loses its civilian market that will have a very large negative financial impact on them. This could negatively impact their ability to adequately meet the needs of DOD. So, DOD would have a very vested interest in telling OSHA to put a lid on it," he wrote.
The NRA even provided a sample letter for concerned citizens to complete and forward.
I am writing in strong opposition to OSHA's proposed rules on "explosives," which go far beyond regulating true explosives. These proposed rules would impose severe restrictions on the transportation and storage of small arms ammunition—both complete cartridges and handloading components such as black and smokeless powder, primers, and percussion caps. These restrictions go far beyond existing transportation and fire protection regulations.
As a person who uses ammunition and components, I am very concerned that these regulations will have a serious effect on my ability to obtain these products. OSHA's proposed rules would impose restrictions that very few gun stores, sporting goods stores, or ammunition dealers could comply with. (Prohibiting firearms in stores that sell ammunition, for example, is absurd—but would be required under the proposed rule.)
The issue was sparked by a petition several years ago from the Institute of Makers of Explosives and the Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers' Institute to revise OSHA standards.
That requested a number of changes, including the exclusion of the manufacturers of explosives from various requirements that were duplicative.
"In response …, OSHA carefully reviewed the requirements," and concluded that "workplace hazards associated with explosives activities pose significant risks to employees."
Thus, the new list of rules. As substantiation, OSHA cited the April 16, 1947, explosion of the SS Grandcamp, which was docked in Texas City, Texas, when its cargo full of ammonium nitrate blew up. The explosion killed 581 and injured 5,000 others.
One of the more esoteric requirements would be for employers "to ensure that adequate precautions are taken to prevent sources of induced current, such as … snow storms, … from causing the accidental detonation of electric blasting caps."
A vast range of other requirements would address building requirements, distances between storage areas, vehicles used to haul any such material, and even the distance (two feet) required between shelves for small arms ammunition.
Gun advocates say it's just another in a long list of attacks on the American right to bear arms, provided under the 2nd Amendment.
As WND reported just a week earlier, the government has begun using paperwork errors as small as the abbreviation of a city name to shut down some of the nation's longest-serving gun shops.
Officials said while as recently as 15 or 20 years ago, there were 250,000 licensed gun dealers in the United States, the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives today lists only 108,381***************************************************************************
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