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  1. This is the biggest issue. We never would have gotten this far if the establishment media wasn't thoroughly corrupt. No matter what get exposed, the media will work hand-in-glove with the Democrats (and some Republicans) to spin, lie, obfuscate, and generally make sure that the majority of Americans who only superficially follow politics never understand what really happened. It truly is depressing.
  2. Republicans are certainly no strangers to using empty promises to buy votes. Obamacare repeal comes to mind.
  3. Gervais is going to take a lot of crap for this, but he's not wrong. Took a lot of balls to say it.
  4. Zero got what was coming to him (it?), but what was up with that anyway? He was a bounty hunter and that baby was worth money.
  5. This is sad news. They were a good band.
  6. I wish I could say the same about my 42, but it is without a doubt the most unreliable firearm I've ever owned. It's already been back to Glock and had several parts replaced. Since it came back, it's much better, but it remains very ammo sensitive. It's not reliable with CCI Blazer or Aguila FMJ, which aren't exactly junk ammo. Sometimes I wonder why I keep it, but it's very soft shooting, I like Glocks, and I've found both a range and carry ammo it likes, so it's still here. And I don't think the SCCY feels cheap at all. It's more solid and well built than a few Rugers I've owned. Well, except for the mags and that front sight. It IS boxy, but so is my G26, which is my favorite of all the guns I've owned.
  7. As you would expect from a hammer-fired DAO, the trigger pull is long and the reset is long. I don't have a gauge, but I've read that it's somewhere between 8 and 9 pounds. I find it to be very smooth and I like it, but Galloway Precision sells a short stroke trigger kit. The weight is around 21 oz loaded, which is an ounce or two lighter than the EZ. I bought this gun because I was looking for a small, locked breech, double stack .380, and none of the top tier companies make one. It took a while before I was able to put my own brand snobbery aside (I'm a Glock guy), and take a chance on it. I'm glad I did.
  8. If brand snobbery is not an issue, you should check out the SCCY CPX-3/CPX-4. It's 10+1 while being no larger than a P365, as easy to rack as my Ruger SR22, and completely reliable through almost 1800 rounds, which I sure can't say for my Glock 42. And the CPX-4 comes with a Crimson Trace Red Dot. My only complaints are the finish on the mags (which nevertheless work fine) and the fact that the front sight is glued in. But, I suppose they've got to shave the costs somewhere.
  9. Best wishes for your health and for getting justice against the clown who hit you. This is why I gave up riding at age 62. Drivers these days are more incompetent than ever, and I no longer have the reflexes to deal with it.
  10. There are plenty of Republicans that are anti-Trump. The way I see it, if you're anti-Trump, more than anything else you're in favor of the corrupt status quo. DC isn't a swamp, it's a sewer, and both parties are involved. There's a reason why all those people who go to Congress come out millionaires. And if you don't understand that, you're either one of them or just another sucker.
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