User Profile: GSFixit


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  • January 7, 2016 at 10:28am

    I did some Google searching. At one time the circulation was about 4,000,000, and now it’s estimated to be between 70,000 and 100,000.

  • [5] September 22, 2015 at 5:55am

    That was the secondary propellant charge, not a miss. The primary launches the RPG from the tube, then the fins deploy and the main propellant fires taking it to the target. In this video starting at the 0:45 mark you can get a clear high speed camera view of the process.

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  • [35] August 5, 2015 at 5:55am

    More are carrying than people realize.
    A few months ago I ran into three soldiers at my local car dealership while I was there to have an oil change.
    As always, I was carrying concealed. So were each of them.
    I think we were freaking out some of the liberals when we started comparing carry position and holsters though…

  • [7] July 1, 2015 at 9:05am

    Not to mention that beyond the cost, is the compression algorithms. Compare streamed content, including satellite radio to AM and FM. The audio quality of satellite is poor and tinny. If they do wind up going internet or sat only in cars, I guess I won’t be listening.

    By the way, when I bought my new trucks recently, they came with fancy satellite radios, and while it is nice to have, it isn’t worth doing business with those companies. No you can’t have auto payment access to my credit card. Not to mention, if you let a subscription expire, expect harassing phone calls and constant mail for years. Horrible customer service.

  • July 1, 2015 at 8:33am

    @dondiego, Selling? Nothing. I just like being friendly with my neighbors. In the neighborhood I moved to we all talk to each other, smiles and hello’s are welcomed, and folks like to stop and chat.
    Lot’s of gang activity in the old neighborhood. Hearing gunfire at night was normal. My home was burglarized, as were many of my neighbors, vandalism was common, and I lived in one of the better neighborhoods in that city. Single family homes there start at about $500,000.
    You a Southern California person? I was born there and remember Don Diego at the Southern California Exposition every year. Loved San Diego, but too pricey for me now.

  • [22] July 1, 2015 at 8:25am

    Correct. The FBI gun crime statistics do the same thing. Other races are separated out, but White and Hispanic are one and the same for the FBI crime stats. I would love to see it broken out.

    I do believe there would be some surprises as a result.

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  • [4] June 22, 2015 at 8:39pm

    I recently moved out of a neighborhood that was primarily Black and Hispanic. Trust me, they don’t want a smile or a hello. I tried with every single person that I saw on the street for years, and 90% ignored my smiles and Good Afternoons.

  • [5] May 20, 2015 at 8:35pm

    Agreed. They can come to take mine, but they better wear gloves because the barrels will be smokin’ hot when they get them.

  • [6] May 13, 2015 at 11:13am

    I found .22 at Wal-Mart and at Dick’s Sporting Goods. Bought 1725 rounds this week…
    I buy my 7.62x54r 880 rounds at the time.

    Just what is bulk?

  • [8] March 27, 2015 at 9:43pm

    As has been said many times before, Better to be judged by 12 than carried by 6. Besides, if enough people respond with lethal force, the thugs will take their business elsewhere.

  • [50] March 27, 2015 at 9:41pm

    I have a concealed carry license and I always carry a 9mm and three magazines. That’s 51 rounds.
    1. The standard in my state is a risk of death OR SERIOUS INJURY.
    2. My state has no duty to retreat.
    3. All attackers have the means to kill or cause serious bodily injury with their bare hands. No one is unarmed. Also, how do you know if the attacker might not get bored with fists, and reach into his clothes for a knife, club, or gun?

    Defense of self or others is legal. Being attacked by multiple perpetrators equals a lethal response justification as well as it exponentially increases the risk of death or serious injury.

  • [11] January 13, 2015 at 7:17am

    You really should spend a little time reading the FBI crime statistics. Far more people are killed with blunt objects than rifles, and guess what, most murders are gang related, not random legal gun owners shooting people for fun, and most hunters are putting food on the table.

    As far is if it was my family member? Yes, I’ve had a family member shot in the chest. He pulled over a drunk that didn’t want a DUI. I’ve had family members tortured to death because the store they owned didn’t have any more money to give the thieves. One of my great grandfathers was gutted because he voted for “the wrong candidate”.

    At this moment I have a loaded S&W M&P 9 on my hip, with two spare magazines. I have those evil black rifles, military rifles from WWII, and others as well.

    The only thing I have ever killed is paper targets at a shooting range, but woe to the person that tries to commit a crime against me or mine, you see, I’m not the only one in my family that is licensed to carry. My wife, my son, his wife, my sister, her husband, my niece, her husband, and more all are licensed and carry. None of us has ever killed anyone, or even had to fire at anyone, but those guns have prevented family members from being the victim on more than one occasion. You see, when the bad guys discover you are armed and ready to defend yourself, they decide it’s time to find a different victim.

    By the way, I do have family in Law Enforcement in multiple states, and guess what, they carry guns too!

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  • [2] January 13, 2015 at 6:58am

    Actually, the 9/11 hijackers did do a test run. Google James Woods 9/11.

    One week prior to the attack, he witnessed the dry run on a flight from Logan to LAX and reported it to the crew and the FBI.

    He was proven right, and interviewed by the FBI, after the fact.

  • [2] July 24, 2014 at 2:18pm

    You should check out .22 Plinkster’s channel. Things like shooting through a McDonald’s straw, or knocking an aspirin off a light bulb. Some amazing stuff. He is one of the best trick shot artists with a .22

  • [15] July 1, 2014 at 2:47pm

    This has been going on in the south since there have been elections. One of my great grandfathers was murdered for refusing to go along.

    My father told me that what most people did was accept the bribe, vote the way they wanted, and lied to the bribers.

    A long history of it doesn’t make it right. Every church that participated needs to be removed from their tax free status, and everyone involved in setting up the bribes violated numerous state and federal laws and should be prosecuted.

    Of course, the Dems will tell you there is no election fraud in America.

  • [3] June 29, 2014 at 11:33pm

    According to the local news reports, the gate was improperly installed using 2 inch bolts instead of the required 6 inch bolts, and had been loose from the wall for quite a while. It had been previously reported (that it was falling away from the wall) to the appropriate city authorities, but nothing was done.

    This was not God’s work, it was mans. Incompetent installation followed by lack of follow up when it was reported to the city inspectors.

  • April 4, 2014 at 7:36am

    You are so right. In truth, as soon as he touched the reporter he was guilty of an assault. I personally found the takedown rather funny.
    All he had to do was walk up behind the reporter, keep his hands to himself, and he probably would have gotten away with it.

  • April 4, 2014 at 7:31am

    As much as I can’t stand the MSM, they have no obligation to provide the protester a platform to air his grievances. Freedom of Speech is a guaranty of the government not interfering with his right to speak, but no one is required to facilitate it or provide him any means to accomplish it.

    He has a right to speak, not a right to be heard.

  • March 18, 2014 at 11:12am

    The comments section of this story is a perfect example of why I am so rarely here anymore.

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    Grow up people.

  • March 13, 2014 at 9:18pm

    Probably no way to tell how long they’ve been there unless they can track the S/N’s or MFG Date Codes. Anyone can buy these many places. Up to 4 cameras per fake detector for 360 degree view. You would be amazed at what cameras are being placed in. Even ball point pens and wrist watches. Here is a sample of the consumer types available.

    In my job installing them in commercial sites, I have done many covert cameras. I only need a pinhole defect in a ceiling tile or other surface and you never know when my cameras are there. Most are not hidden in businesses though. The want you to see them unless they are trying to track a specific individual problem without tipping the offender.

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