User Profile: Dark_Night


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  • [2] November 19, 2014 at 6:08pm

    Fortunately there are still people who think for themselves, evaluate the situation, take the initiative and don’t rely on others to tell them what to do or give permission. Because that’s what is being ingrained into people. Many would have just stood around waiting for someone else to come and take care of the issue.

  • [10] November 18, 2014 at 5:09pm

    So if people sneak into the country, make some baby citizens without getting deported, then they get to stay. That sounds like a real deterrent. The law says one thing, the president says another.

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  • [1] November 18, 2014 at 7:24am

    Who knows where he was aiming, but I suspect he wasn’t especially good with a pistol and hitting the bad guy in the nose was likely a random hit. Judging from the results of many shootings it’s obvious the average person isn’t very good at hitting what they shoot at, assuming they actually aimed. Especially under stress people tend to point in the general direction instead of really aiming and making sure the sights are on target when the gun fires.

  • [10] November 18, 2014 at 2:14am

    If he shot him in the nose straight on and the guy lived then he was either shooting too small of a pistol or he simply missed where he should have been aiming and the man had his head turned. Shooting at someone and just superficially wounding them, even if they do stop the assault and run off, is more like lucky shooting than good shooting. You still left them with a choice to press the attack. Good shooting results in devastating hits and takes the choice away from them.

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  • [28] November 16, 2014 at 6:04pm

    As one who worked hard to make ACA and its benefits clear, let me say: if you looked up “stupid” in [the] dictionary, you’d find Gruber’s picture. – This may be true, but everybody who voted for obama and has covered for him (including David Axelrod) should have their picture there too; ever try to find a needle in a BIG haystack?

  • [4] November 16, 2014 at 5:47pm

    Oh yah, Gruber has confessed he is a low life, conniving, deceptive, lying piece of $h!t and I still trust what he says is true more than king obama…….

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  • [23] November 16, 2014 at 5:41pm

    zapparules, you have made quite the argument against these guys considering you don’t know all of the pertinent details. It’s possible there was ZERO danger to anyone. They may have been shooting in a direction, with a good backstop, that ensured it was 100% safe. Home shooting ranges in the basement, especially with rimfire guns, are not anything new, at all.

    I have neighbors (we have 10-20 acre lots in this area, not far from town) and legally I can shoot when I want where I live. Inside the house, outside the house. Of course the wife and neighbors would appreciate that I do it safely, and since they are a pretty good bunch of people I’ll do my best not shoot them. Just like I will avoid running them over with my truck, which is a pretty dangerous thing if not operated with some level of care.

  • [3] November 15, 2014 at 9:03pm

    Her bass is ackwards……………………

  • [3] November 14, 2014 at 12:21am

    Birds of a feather………………..flock together.

  • [9] November 12, 2014 at 8:41pm

    They fight against our enemies for our freedom and safety. War carries a high price that men like this man and their friends and families pay. But yet we have ones right here in this Nation who do not value the freedoms we enjoy, and even fight to take them away. Such a shame. I hope this man can remain strong.

  • November 12, 2014 at 4:07pm

    smokes, I’m a real elk hunter and I would agree with elkslayer, with conditions. First off, there are more whitetails overall and they are spread around more than elk, and you will find whitetails in more places than elk. With elk you can waste a lot of time hunting the wrong spots in good areas, you need to learn how to zero in on the area they are at before actually hunting them, in general they aren’t spread out like whitetails. Once you learn that, it’s easier to get your sights on an elk than a whitetail, if you know how to hunt each equally well, and if you are hunting where there is a good population of elk and the same of whitetail.

    I have killed many bulls with a bow, and have killed plenty of bucks too, so I am talking from my experience. Others may have different experiences.

  • [1] November 12, 2014 at 3:53pm

    It’s a nice buck, but nothing especially huge for a whitetail, although in some areas of the country where the deer don’t get very big it would be very notable. It’s hard to say exactly because of the camera angle but I am guessing it has a 18″- 21″” spread, the brow tines are about 2-1/2″ to 3-1/2″ long. It has one tine that may be 9″, the rest are 6-8″ long. The main beams have good length. They did a good job with photo and made it look bigger than it is. Between the bow, his hand, and what the spread of the ears in that position usually are, it’s not too hard to get a good idea of the true rack size.

  • [35] November 11, 2014 at 3:01pm

    If they are like the closest college to me in NW MT they teach the students important things such as how to eat granola, shut down timber sales and mining, protect wolves that tend to thin those pesky game animals down. They teach them how to be caring little liberals, and to dislike the culture that made this nation successful. There isn’t much time to teach trivial stuff like history that they would like to rewrite anyway. (sarcasm off, for now)

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  • [12] November 11, 2014 at 2:48pm

    If I lived there with family I would try to get them out of there, but alone I would have my battle gear ready to go just in case the big mob goes totally ape ****, which is a real possibility. M6 with plenty of loaded 30 round magazines – check. Side arm with extra magazines – check. Assuming 1-3 guys were breaking into my house I feel confident enough with the 10mm or .45, for a mob I prefer more firepower than a pistol.

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  • November 11, 2014 at 6:42am

    Dead batteries are one of many things that could potentially go wrong with this, in my opinion. If it weren’t something that would be probably forced on people in the future limiting their freedom of options it wouldn’t bother me if other people chose to use it.

  • [2] November 11, 2014 at 2:58am

    People who have guns for the job of winning gun fights obsess about insuring their gun will fire, every single time, without question, when the trigger is pulled. They shun things that could cause them to fail to fire, aside from running out of ammo. Smart gun technology will not make a gun more reliable, end of story on that.

    Once the “smart” technology is here and in use, gun control nuts will eventually press for that to be standard on all guns. They never stop, so never give up an inch to them, because then they just want more and more. If they could be trusted, gun people would likely be more willing to work with them on some things. But they are liars and deceivers who will not keep their word.

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  • [6] November 8, 2014 at 5:32pm

    zapparules, one could argue homes would also be safer without bathtubs, kitchen knives, stairs, electrical appliances and on and on. Did you know that if no homes used gas for heating and cooking that no one would be hurt as result of having gas? Many people die from vehicle accidents either as a passenger or pedestrian. Thus, I propose we outlaw ambulances, because if they didn’t exist no one would be hurt or die when there is an accident involving one.

    I think to ensure our safety we should abandon all man made objects. This would ensure no one is injured or dies from collapsing buildings and bridges. Instead, they can die from exposure and drowning while trying to cross rivers.

  • [8] November 7, 2014 at 1:22am

    A steel case thicker than the normal brass cases only solves a portion of the many problems associated with mostly all plastic guns. Notice how the primers are blown back? The case head and primer needs support too. A chain is only as strong as it’s weakest link.

  • [7] November 7, 2014 at 1:16am

    AnthonyVan, I would agree if you had said this; “but the day will come when anyone can print a firearm, and it’s not that far off.” But, it’s going to be a long time before a top quality firearm can be made that doesn’t have plenty of metal in it. 3D printers that print with metal won’t be cheap for a long time, if ever. Not to mention, a top quality firearm most often has some skilled hand work done to it, whether from the factory, good gunsmith, or capable owner.

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  • [3] November 6, 2014 at 6:12pm

    Bloodninja, “points” for having a good heart and caring about others are appreciated all around the world by many people.

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