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boba

Member Since: March 01, 2012

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  • February 13, 2014 at 12:10pm

    So to all of you that called us “sheep” for seeing one picture on-line, I’m waiting for an apology….. I’m sure we would welcome some help from fellow patriots.

  • January 1, 2014 at 5:31pm

    Thanks to the couple people who backed me up. And for those of you who resorted to personal attacks, shame on you. I’m glad you live in 2A friendly states. Our reality here is different from yours in regards to the 2A. We have fought tooth and nail to prevent this but unfortunately our lawmakers are scum and pretty much ignored all our efforts. So don’t say we all just laid down and allowed it to happen. And I will not argue with you all about this being a liberal haven. We are NOT ALL LIKE THAT however.. So until you live in our shoes, shut your traps. And if I could move, I would. But it’s not an option for some of us so we have to make do with what we have.

  • December 31, 2013 at 11:10pm

    I understand all your comments. This law does STINK to high heaven. But for now it is what it is. There is still a chance to have it over turned however. January 30th there is the first hearing before a Fed. judge here in CT (yes, I’m from CT) If I could venture to enter my view on why many are lining up. I dont own an assault rifle but I did register 2 17 round mags. If I did have an AR, I would probably register it because, well, they already know I have it and if I did not register it, I might as well just put it away. Because if I showed up at a range to use it and there happened to be a state cop there checking rifles…..BAM…instant felon. I loose my permit to own a weapon and possibly face jail time. Pretty much ruining my life. Worth it? Not at all. So enough of the name calling. These folks are very patriotic Americans just trying to survive in this very difficult time without getting thrown in jail. We’re all in this fight together folks. Lets not divide into compliant and non-compliant factions. Happy New Year to all of you and God bless

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  • December 24, 2013 at 8:51am

    I have a Jack Russell/Corgi mix and when we brought my son home from the hospital, the same thing happened. I have numerous pictures of my son as a baby with some part, if not all parts of my dog in them. What a blessing it has been to have such a great animal in our home. My son is now 8 years old and our dog is still with us. Man’s best friend…..a truer statement is rarely made. Merry Christmas to everyone!

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  • May 6, 2013 at 5:08pm

    You beat me to the punch Rangerskippy! Before I even started to read the article I noticed the grip that guy was using. Not very smart of him.

  • March 26, 2013 at 12:00pm

    I have a 2000 Honda Accord that I’d be willing to sell for 1700 Scooby Snacks………anyone? No?

  • March 5, 2013 at 1:36pm

    awww, come on. CT isn’t that bad…….remember, we have the oldest amusement park in the country AND the Gov. is building us a brand new busway from New Britain to Hartford! Now all we need is a busway from New Britain to Lake Compounce and we’re set! Isn’t communism great! (comment dripping with sarcasm)

  • February 27, 2013 at 9:49am

    I hope I never do have to use my 9mm Beretta INSIDE my house! I fired 3 shots OUTSIDE one time without hearing protection and my ears have still not stopped ringing! I can only imagine what it would sound like with the sound bouncing off the walls of my hallway or something. Maybe someone could chime in that has had to fire on someone inside their house and let us know what it’s like. I don’t know if a lot of shooters are considering what the sound of a round going off a couple feet (or closer) to your ear sounds like and your ability to continue shooting accurately after that first shot. I’m sure it’s not like it is in the movies. Most of us have those big earmuffs on shooting at a paper target that is not moving or shooting back at you. Hardly a real world situation where you get up at 3am to the sound of someone breaking into your house. You stumble out of bed, wipe the crust out of your eyes, fumble around for your weapon, (hopefully you have a flashlight or can see well in the dark), find the guy, aim correctly, squeeze off the first round….and after the shock to your system as to how loud that first round was, be able to fire a second round accurately. With any luck the guy will jump out a window after realizing he’s being shot at! Then, go and get that big bottle of Advil to take care of the headache. This post was WAY longer than I intended it to be!

  • February 27, 2013 at 9:23am

    I appologize if I misread your post but they are not outlawed in CT. They cannot have an adjustable stock, bayonet lug, or a flash hider. But you can own a state compilant AR in CT.

  • February 14, 2013 at 7:38am

    WOW. I have been wrestling with this as well the last few days and to see this article really amazes me. I really needed to hear this as I can spend lots of time looking at different guns on the internet and the amount of money I have wasted on buying and selling guns just so I could try them out is shamefull. This is my heart check. Thank you God for helping me see what I need to change in my life.

  • January 18, 2013 at 5:24pm

    Don’t worry, we won’t be allowed to own one anyway. It probably holds 7 maybe 8 rounds. Us civilians can’t be trusted with such firepower. Get a Sig Scorpion 1911. It looks pretty much the same to me.

  • November 14, 2012 at 9:40am

    Folks…this is very simple. There are two different sets of beliefs.Athiests think there is no God,no Satan, no Heaven, and no Hell. So when they die, there is nothing. So they are safe.(according to them) Now, true Christians believe the opposite. So Heaven is waiting them after they die. So it comes down to which is true. If the Athiest veiw is true, we are all safe (because there is nothing). There is no punishment for NOT being an Athiest. BUT, if the Christian view is true, the Athiests are screwed…because there IS punishment for being a non believer. True Christians are safe either way. So why do I keep saying “true” Christians? I’m glad you asked. Just because you CALL yourself a Christian, does not mean you are one. You can’t just show up at church once a week or once in a while and expect God to just open the gates wide for you. Follow and obey Jesus and you’ll see your reward.

  • March 1, 2012 at 10:13am

    Jeez…it isn’t even a good lookin’ dog…..Get a poodle or a collie or something. I’m sorry ,Lord. That was wrong. My brain/hand filter is not working this morning.