i’ve shot lots of rounds through my ar-15 and have plenty more in stock but don’t think i have even seen that stuff for sale around here. i would be much more likely to use a hollow point or ‘power point’ for hunting and simple fmj for target practice than that m855 stuff for either.
Bivit...this is just the start, they will expand the ban to other ammo.
blivit, if you have ever bought any of the bulk stuff from cheaper than dirt or other outlets, tulamo, PVI, and other russian made ammo you are buying steel core ammo... My shooting club doesn't allow steel core on the indoor ranges because it is hard on the back stop so they do a quick magnet check... you would be suprised how much of the cheap ammo is steel core... I know I was
I bought 100's of pulled M855's and use them in reloading. They work great for punching holes in paper.
 February 18, 2015 at 5:36pm
another option are laser firing rounds. you can get them with a switch where the primer would be and shoot at laser triggered targets. nice way to practice.
 February 13, 2015 at 12:03pm
if the company doesn’t like it they should just insist on paying half the salary to Jesus directly, that should solve their problem pretty quick.
in many states like Mass they could do this right now without any extra tracking…. every year the mileage gets reported to the state when the car is inspected. just add a mileage charge on to the annual inspection fee, no additional data collection, just add a mileage since last year charge to the existing system. no privacy issues, no extra hardware in the car, nothing!
 January 29, 2015 at 2:23pm
ewwwww! some of the stuff on the floors is probably worse than the beds, and harder to clean!!
I put the guilt on the floor and don't use the pillows. Sometimes I take a plastic sheet and use it too.
January 26, 2015 at 4:05pm
how about on here, any girls looking to take a chance with an older, slightly pudgy, long haired guy with a jeep??? no 420, but plenty of beer/wine/booze. better get here fast though, gov is closing roads in 8 hours in Mass!
 January 15, 2015 at 8:40am
The rug was meant for the entrance to the K9 unit’s office!
Funny that the Huff Po is worried about journalistic intregrity while ignoring all the Obima led scandals. Let's review.
Fast and Furious
Hidden school records
Questionable birth certificate
Al Sharpton voter fraud ties
Law enforcement targeting
 January 5, 2015 at 11:42am
Its not ‘inside’ the black hole… if it were inside we couldn’t see it, thats why its called a black hole!
It's not a Black Hole anymore -- that's WAAAACCCIIISSSTTT!!!!
The new term trending for these things is 'Supermassive Suckhole'.
C'mon, guys, keep up with your Conservative memos! With the proggies constantly changing the language, we have to keep one step ahead of the punks to make sure we're talking about things in as accurate a fashion as possible.
January 1, 2015 at 8:52am
agreed… must be the B team left holding down the fort for the holiday. this has been done using nothing more than a dull knife and a pringles tube, and I think that made theblaze news also. p.s. and technically its not ‘amplifying’ its just redirecting the sound.
 December 6, 2014 at 12:45pm
and guess who’s pocket its coming out of??? yours and mine of course!
i am in my 50′s and have to show an id to buy beer! but don’t have to show one to vote!
 October 17, 2014 at 8:56am
puked and died on a flight from nigeria?!?!?!?!? no problem, nothing to see here people, move along, go home to your families with your contaminated clothing, not even quarantine while they run an ebola test on his blood???? argh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 October 15, 2014 at 3:22pm
so, let me get this straight… this second nurse should not have been allowed to travel after supposedly not being able to get this hard to transmit virus and taking what were supposed to be proper safety precautions… and she/he must have flown at least twice, once to get to cleveland and again coming back, after being exposed. and yet all the africans who have not been taking safety precautions should be allowed to fly here with only their word that they haven’t been exposed… we know how good that works already don’t we??????
Yep. Not to worry, I'm sure the airline filtration system (the one that always allows you to get sick after a flight) filtered out the virus (the one that can live for several days). Why, those 100 passengers on the flight and the passengers on the plane's next flights have virtually no risk after breathing or touching. Nope. And the ones who did contract it are probably only a few dozen..who will sneeze, handle food, handle door knobs, handle money and hug other people.
No big deal...nothing to see here. All is well.
Yep. And apparently they are changing the definition of "symptom" as well, considering they have said all along that FEVER is a symptom. She knew she had a fever of 99.5 when she flew.
 October 15, 2014 at 1:09pm
this will be spun by the demoncrats as a selloff before the election because everyone is afraid that the republicrats will be taking over… no matter which way it goes they will blame the GOP and TEA Party!
 October 2, 2014 at 1:00pm
how do they throttle the power??? that sounds like a cute thing to do, but it isn’t possible. what they can do, with the cooperation of the homeowner, is to install cutoff switches on electric water heaters or other large appliances to turn them off to reduce system load instead of resorting to brown/blackouts. this usually results in a lower rate for cooperating homeowners or businesses.
My local power supply company offers a FREE home thermostat monitor with available smart phone app so you can adjust your home's temp even when at the office!!! YEAH!!! But when you sign up you also are AGREEING TO ALLOW THE POWER CO. the ability to change your home's electrical output (read upping the temp in your house by cancelling your AC or cutting off the heater) when THEY deem fit, as in high usage periods. I was all ready to sign up & save some $$$ but when I read the part they can control my house temp I said screw 'em.
Really? They can lower the current from a substation. Or in the case of the Naperville meters, remotely cut the power with the touch of a keyboard.