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Rancher Wins 'Range War' With Feds

weaponsystems:

A Nevada cattle rancher appears to have won his week-long battle with the federal government over a controversial cattle roundup that had led to the arrest of several protesters.

America is a place where if you believe anything, you have the responsibility to fight for it through your civic powers. This includes but is not limited to voting, lobbying, running for political office, supporting lobby groups and politicians with similar interests, and going to court. And when absolutely nothing else seems like a viable solution and the enemy to your belief has pushed you beyond your willingness to participate in peaceful resistance, you are responsible to enact the most powerful civic duty that you have. That is to enlist your 2nd amendment right and enact armed resistance. That right is the weight of the Constitution. Without it, we are not citizens. We are subjects. What happened at that ranch was a reminder to the government that when it says jump, the people will NOT say how high. Did he owe the government for grazing fees? Was he right or wrong for not paying them? I don’t know and I don’t care. But was he and those who came to support him with protest and rifles all patriots? Absolutely. Let’s continue to remind the government that it serves us and NOT the other way around. This is a republic as established by the Constitution and the Constitution created a government subjected to the peoples needs and wants. Every American should have a rifle and know how to use it. It’s the right hand of their freedom.

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whiskey1037135:

gmsurvival:

whiskey1037135:

tatesapaakicita:

Osprey

would it be possible to make a transparent polycarbonate shell for a suppressor? or would it melt and turn black too quickly

Start to turn black after the first shot, probably melt before you’re halfway through a magazine. They get hot insanely quick. I’ve had some leave scorch marks on a wood bench after a single mag and a few seconds contact.

crazy. ever seen one pop off the gun?


Maybe transparent aluminum? It’s still experimental but I think it’d be worth making a prototype, torture testing it on YouTube, and evaluating the prospective sales vs material/manufacturing time for cost effectiveness.

whiskey1037135:

gmsurvival:

whiskey1037135:

tatesapaakicita:

Osprey

would it be possible to make a transparent polycarbonate shell for a suppressor? or would it melt and turn black too quickly

Start to turn black after the first shot, probably melt before you’re halfway through a magazine. They get hot insanely quick. I’ve had some leave scorch marks on a wood bench after a single mag and a few seconds contact.

crazy. ever seen one pop off the gun?

Maybe transparent aluminum? It’s still experimental but I think it’d be worth making a prototype, torture testing it on YouTube, and evaluating the prospective sales vs material/manufacturing time for cost effectiveness.

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