User Profile: fish2mar

fish2mar

Member Since: April 23, 2011

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  • September 26, 2013 at 5:18pm

    I agree. I own many of the rifles shown, and my weapon of choice is my M1A/M14. Mine has the Springfield receiver & Barrel, and H&R trigger group, bolt, op-rod. etc. I use my Rock River M4 Clone for close in, with my 1927 manufacture date Colt M1911A1. When they come to get mine, I hope they bring 30 or 40 of their friends with them.

  • September 25, 2013 at 11:15am

    Ask the Voice his Third General Order, but he has to answer quickly….No time allowed for googling the ‘General Orders’ in his mommies’ basement !

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  • September 18, 2013 at 9:48am

    Fear not, in two weeks when Obamacare kicks in, everyone’s medical records will be open for inspection, and disturbed individuals like this idiot will be unable to purchase a firearm. Oh, I forgot, he was black…..NEVER MIND.

  • September 13, 2013 at 9:17am

    It is truly sad that you could believe such rubbish. Now I will really pi$$ you off, I WILL PRAY FOR YOU !

  • September 13, 2013 at 8:54am

    I agree, as soon as I saw it, I thought of her & logged onto TB to say the same thing you just did ! LOL

  • November 5, 2012 at 7:52am

    I agree that the timing could have been more effective if this add was placed two weeks ago, giving it time to spread to other outlets. It is now our duty to forward this article to at least ten people on our email lists, and ask them all to forward it. If the mainstream media won’t pass it on, we will !

  • November 4, 2012 at 8:07am

    Make sure that you all have plenty of food, water, fuel, and devices and supplies for protection. Revenge also means violence, and if we see a repeat of the 1980 election, (and I think that we will), there will be riots and violence. The saddest part is that Barry will actually be behind it, and he will come to the American People and say that he will ‘end the violence’ by declaring a state of emergency. He will try to weaken this country before he leaves, leaving us vulnerable to China, Iran, and George Soros, with his Bought-And-Paid-For United Nations. Be prepared, it is your duty as an American…..(and as a Boy Scout, for that matter ! LOL)

  • November 4, 2012 at 7:59am

    I suggest that all of you have enough food, water, fuel, and ‘implements of destruction’ to weather the coming storm. If we have a repeat of the 1980 election, (remember the polls the day before had Carter up by 2%), there will be riots and major disruptions in all of our lives. The sad part is, even though Barry will actually be behind it all, he will come to the American People and say he can stop the violence, by declaring a State of Emergency. DO NOT LET HIM DO IT, and if he succeeds, do not recognize his authority. He will be trying to disarm and neuter America before he leaves, leaving us all vulnerable to China, and George Soros, with his bought-and-paid-for United Nations. Stand up to this crime, and be willing to fight for our freedoms.

  • October 30, 2012 at 9:00am

    I agree. At the first sign of trouble you should have a plan, and immediately initiate it. I would never keep all of my eggs in one basket, and I do the same thing with my firearms. They may get a few, but ONLY the ones I wish to placate them with. The important ones leave Law Enforcement outgunned, and my plans leave them in a tactically unsound situation. A defensive posture will most assuredly lead to defeat.It is time to speak up, and as Napoleon said,”Ten people who speak make more noise than ten thousand that are silent.”

  • October 30, 2012 at 7:15am

    I have discussed this possibility with my family ever since Katrina. With all of the Executive orders that our Emperor has issued, I, and my family have made preparations. I honestly feel sorry for anyone that attempts to take away my firearms if they can find me. The reason that I will feel sorry for them is that even though they think that they are just “doing their job”, no person has an obligation to follow an “UNLAWFUL ORDER”, and they will pay the consequences. I would have to ask them this question, “I am willing to fight for my principles, are you willing to die for yours ?”

  • October 5, 2012 at 8:47am

    I guarantee you, this is what happened. The customer brought the car back to ‘exchange it’ for the blue one. The sales manager pulled up the invoice of the WRONG blue one, and neither he, or the salesman checked the V.I.N. number to make sure the customer was getting the right one. They gave the customer a more expensive blue one, and the mistake wasn’t discovered until a day or two later, when someone else DID THEIR JOB and checked the V.I.N. number on a vehicle they were selling, only to discover, that according to the computer, it was already sold. Some quick checking led them to discover that they had delivered the wrong one to the last guy. Honestly though folks, do you really think that a dealership would purposely give a guy a wrong vehicle, that would ultimately cost them money ? No, it was an honest mistake. But the salesmanager should lose his job for failing to check the V.I.N. number, and calling the Police in an attempt to cover up his screw-up.

  • October 1, 2012 at 8:11am

    The Obama Justice Department has led the way in ALLOWING convicted felons to vote……not sure if AZ is included.

  • September 18, 2012 at 5:47am

    DEALER, she is probably a 32 year-old, black woman, that is the type of Professor that acts like a friend and mentor to the students. She is probably young looking, and tries to brainwash the students in the guise of being their friend. I waited 34 years to go back to school, and the amount of Marxist professors was shocking. They weren’t ready for me though, I lit them up every time they started spouting Saul Alinsky, or Marx.

  • September 8, 2012 at 9:22am

    I guess I am over-prepared. One scoped long-range rifle per person, one semi-auto high-power rifle per person, one shotgun per person, and one semi-auto sidearm per person, each weapon with two thousand rounds ! Multiply this by 6 persons in the household and I guess we can hold out a couple of days !

  • August 30, 2012 at 8:03am

    Actually, the term, “Lock and Load” originated with the iconic M1 Garand. ‘Lock’ was the order given to recruits by their drill instructor on the firing line, and it meant to lock the operating rod in the rear position, and ‘load’ was the order given to insert an eight round enbloc clip into the weapon. I own a six digit Garand, and every part is correct for the weapon. It is ‘Dead-On’ accurate out to about six hundred yards !

  • August 24, 2012 at 9:37am

    The Antiquities Act of 1908 started all of this. Teddy was the first in a long line of Progressives, and the original act was designed to protect Native American Burial grounds, and not to exceed five acres in size. One of the last things that Jimmy Carter and Bill Clinton did before leaving office was to grab millions of acres under the auspices of the Antiquities Act. This was just a Federal land grab, to stop any private use of the land by it’s citizens. Obama seized land from Montana to Arizona & New Mexico, to supposedly ‘PROTECT’ the Common Prairie Chicken, and the Sand Dune Lizard. ******** ! This was done to stop any exploration for energy resources, so that we remain dependent on foreign sources, and thus under control of the international power brokers….(Did someone say Soros ?)

  • August 24, 2012 at 8:55am

    I keep two loaded weapons in each of my vehicles. There are three of them, so six loaded weapons. An unloaded weapon is a paperweight, but I do realize that there are responsibilities for my actions. If those weapons were stolen, and used to harm someone, I could be held liable for failing to secure my weapons. But in the event that I need to skeedaddle, I don’t want to have to take the time to open one of my safes, load a weapon, and egress from my domicile. I also do not like to advertise the fact that I am armed by walking out my front door carrying a weapon. My weapons are locked inside the vehicle, and concealed rather well. I also have alarms on each vehicle, as well as lights and security cameras in the driveway. My weapons are not to harm others, they are to prevent others from harming me.

  • August 14, 2012 at 11:51am

    I agree Marine. My sidearm of choice on my rig is a Colt 1911, made in the late 1930′s. I installed a longer rod, but other than that, it is all stock. Never had a malfunction, and it is accurate enough for close in work. I own a Springfield M1A. I replaced the trigger group, bolt, barrel, op rod, and stock with original TRW M14 parts. The weapon is a bit heavier than my two AR platform weapons, but the weight is worth the accuracy and heavy punch. SEMPER FI !

  • August 14, 2012 at 11:33am

    My CCW carry weapon is one of the ‘Dreaded’ S&W Sigma 9mm sidearms. I bought it for next to nothing, and had my friendly neighborhood Glock armorer install a complete set of Glock springs, reducing the trigger pull from 13lbs. to 4lbs. The spring job cost me $35 ! It is my carry weapon because of its 16 round capacity, but my weapon that I carry on my combat rig is a Colt 1911, manufactured in 1927 ! I installed a longer operating rod that protrudes out of the front when it cycles, but other than that, it is completely stock. A sidearm is a purely defensive weapon, to use close in as a last resort. If everything goes as planned, the bad guys don’t get any closer than several hundred yards because my weapon of choice in the bush is my M14. But if I need it, my 1911 has never failed to feed or eject, and up to about 30 yards I am dead-on accurate. Out beyond 30 yards, it is a hit-or-miss proposition, but just the sound of that powerful .45 round booming has a tendency to make anyone think twice about advancing on my position. I think that the 1911 is the finest sidearm ever devised. Heck, the Marine Corps just placed an order for 22000 of the new Colt 1911 Rail Guns ! It is basically a 1911 with better sights, the longer operating rod, a newly designed pin-block safety, and accessory rails cast into the frame at the front for attaching lights & lasers etc. If it’s good enough for the Corps, it’s good enough for me !

  • August 14, 2012 at 11:16am

    I have owned three AK variants. One Yugo, one Norinco, and one Tula arsenal. I never kept one more than 6 months ! I shoot every month for two days in the bush, and although the AK always fired, hitting anything consistently at 300+ yards was literally hit-or-miss ! I prefer my two AR platform rifles, an M4 clone with an eotech, and a POF A2 that is as accurate as any weapon I have ever fired. In regards to the AK, even though I got rid of all three, I still own an SKS that uses the same 7.62X39 round. I installed a Tapco 30 round detachable mag, and a UTI folding stock. I find that the longer barrel allows me to shoot more consistant groups, at longer range than any of the AK’s that I owned. It wasn’t for lack of trying, I put at least 2000 rounds through each of them, and could never reach out and touch the target at over 300 yards with any consistency. Both of my AR’s are dead-on at 500 yards. I qualified expert with my SKS last February on a modified USMC course of fire, with distances out to 400 yards, shooting a 231 out of a possible 250. I shot a 238 on the same course with my A2. But let us not forget the real King-Of-The-Jungle, the M14. I have an M1A that the bolt, operating rod, barrel, and trigger group have been switched out from the Springfield Armory parts, to TRW. I don’t really know if the original TRW M14 parts make this rifle more accurate, but it’s ‘cool factor’ is off the scale. I have never had a jam with my M14, and it is my ‘bug-out’ weapon o