If it's over my property, it's my business.
Private property is just that: Private. I have an expectation of privacy in my home, or on my property. If someone violates that, they violate me. I will take appropriate action.
On my land, I can pee off my front porch. If anyone complains, they're tresspassers.
[-1] April 3, 2016 at 11:40am
Tell that to google earth that took pictures of everyone’s property. And I would have a problem with you shooting my drone down and I don’t care if it is over your property you don’t own the air space.
 April 3, 2016 at 11:38am
The air space over you property is not yours. That is like telling everyone to not drive past your house.
A homeowner does have limited rights over airspace. These rights give you the ability to build something above ground and protect you from low flying planes.
Causby V. United States (1945)
And according to the new regulations you can't shoot at drones, period.
 April 3, 2016 at 11:37am
As long as it is over and not on you property it is illegal to shoot at it, and if you shoot someone drone down they may look at everything on your property as targets also. You do not own the air space over your house shoot a drone that fly over is no different then shooting a car that drives past your home.
The heck with the pistols I want that Scar ( 16 or 17) she has in the helicopter.
 January 22, 2016 at 11:40am
You can not compare the bullets used by the military to those used by civilians, the military is pretty much restricted to FMJ’s While we can buy much more effective ammo. I am not saying the .40 and .45 is not a better man stopper but don’t count out the 9mm. I think it is a pretty good trade off in a pistol when you take in consideration size of gun and number or rounds. The 9mm is a good choice for CCW pistol.
I'm not comparing civilian to military ammo, but know that if the many manufactures produces their ammo in lots, & 9mm are made in larger quantities. If the US is buying 9mm FMJ & also wants 9mm HP, from the came company it will be an even lower price.
At the hight of the 2nd Gulf War, we had to order .40 cal rounds almost a year in advance of the training class w/ no real guarantee they would be shipped on time. As a PD we had preferred shipping too.
If your not restricted by crazy mag laws, a .40 cal is usually just 2 rounds shy of a 9 mm & the 40 has much more proven stopping ability. I have found that the 40 cal also has less recoil than the 9mm.
January 22, 2016 at 11:27am
I agree with you on the 10mm but nothing is wrong with the 40mm
 January 20, 2016 at 12:15pm
Basically the M1A/m14 is an upgraded M1 with a box magazine.
Correct Roky, brought into service in the mid to late 50s and taken out of service around 67. That was the rifle I had in basic and was issued in Vietnam in 1966. The shortest lived of all issued battle rifles. The big differance MachIV and Roky was the ammo used. 308 Nato vs. 30-06.
[-1] January 16, 2016 at 5:02pm
Why not just redesign bathrooms with a lot of privacy stalls with individual doors on them, then it wouldn’t matter who used them.
"Why not just redesign bathrooms with a lot of privacy stalls with individual doors on them"
So are you suggesting that every private business under Obama's stranglehold should "just redesign bathrooms with a lot of privacy stalls"? At who's cost? Maybe those who cherish this new way of public perversion, should raise the many billions.
What if the teacher goes crazy and starts shooting ever one, what if you walk outside and get hit with a meteor.
I hate “what if’s” as there is an infinite amount of possibilities and I am sure we will be hearing them from the left.
I do not remember hearing a teacher going crazy and shooting up a place, I have heard of a lot of gun free zone shootings though.
Edit: Actually I have heard of a person getting hit by a meteor, so I guess you have more chances of getting hit by a meteor.
 December 15, 2015 at 11:59am
Just another reason to Home school, besides not having to deal with this BS all the time your children get a better education.