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Bro, if you’ve ever bought a gun or posted about one on social media or spent time on gun-related websites (ahem) you’re on “the list” anyway. May as well protect your hearing so you can at least hear ’em coming. Get a silencer. The best time to get one was nine months ago — your wait would be over! The second best time is today. They’re at Silencer Shop!


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  1. They seem to know who has FRTs but the thugs with all the fun stuff running in cities go unscathed (except for the random gang on gang confrontations).

    • Oddly enough the courts have held that forcing criminals (people engaged in other crimes) to register things violates their right not to self incriminate (5th Amendment). No such protection applies to the law abiding as the failure to register and comply is itself the crime.

  2. Cool for those that do, I just don’t want one. Paperwork has nothing to do with it. Fooled with them all my adult life. Eh.

  3. I always get a kick out of people saying they’re waiting until the delays are shorter… so ten months ago, you were going to wait, then, ten months later, the wait is only six months… so instead of waiting ten months, you’re waiting sixteen… but there’s no guarantee it’ll only be six…

    The lack of logic is astounding.

      • “I dont think ive heard the delays are gonna be shorter”

        I have.

        It was *supposed* to happen under the ATF e-file system.

        And it did, for a little while… 🙁

        • “RIP Neil Peart… 🙁“

          The doctor achieved enlightenment in his later years:

          “Rush’s earlier musical take on Rand, 1975’s unimaginatively titled “Anthem,” is more problematic [than 2112], railing against the kind of generosity that Peart now routinely practices: “Begging hands and bleeding hearts will/Only cry out for more.” And “The Trees,” an allegorical power ballad about maples dooming a forest by agitating for “equal rights” with lofty oaks, was strident enough to convince a young Rand Paul that he had finally found a right-wing rock band.

          Peart outgrew his Ayn Rand phase years ago, and now describes himself as a “bleeding-heart libertarian,” citing his trips to Africa as transformative. He claims to stand by the message of “The Trees,” but other than that, his bleeding-heart side seems dominant. Peart just became a U.S. citizen, and he is unlikely to vote for Rand Paul, or any Republican. Peart says that it’s “very obvious” that Paul “hates women and brown people” — and Rush sent a cease-and-desist order to get Paul to stop quoting “The Trees” in his speeches.

          “For a person of my sensibility, you’re only left with the Democratic party,” says Peart, who also calls George W. Bush “an instrument of evil.” “If you’re a compassionate person at all. The whole health-care thing — denying mercy to suffering people? What? This is Christian?”

        • There is NO SUCH THING as ‘Universal Health Care’, ANYWHERE in the world.

          It is ALWAYS two-tiered. The worse one is the ‘Universal’ one with inhuman long wait times to even be seen, and even then, poor to nonresistant resources to treat the lower tier.

          The wealthy will always get the best care they can afford. Those on the ‘Public plan’ get the sorry scraps.

          Go f*ck yourself, ‘minor’, sideways with a telephone pole… 🙁

  4. The best time to plant a tree was 10 years ago. The second best time is today.

    The best time to start working out was 10 years ago. The second best time is today.

    The best time to start saving for retirement was 20 years ago. The second best time is today.

    Not doing a thing because the payoff is far away is a sign of single-order, peasant thinking. Scratch that. Even peasants know to plant the crops today so they eat in 30 days.

  5. Here’s a tid-bit to put a smile on your face, and a spring in your step, and a song in your cold, black, heart – 😉

    “Gun Shop Refuses Sale to Antifa Member”

    • It appears the Antifa nit-wit’s name might be Mark Iannicelli…

      • You may call him an “antifa nitwit”, but the record shows he’s actually working to affirm citizens’ rights.

        I hear many on this list talk about how important jury nullification is, but no one here actually steps forward like this gentleman has to inform citizens of their rights under jury notification.

        It seems this “antifa nitwit” has the courage of his convictions to step forward into the public Square to advocate for civil rights.

        “Defendants Mark Iannicelli and Eric Brandt stood in the plaza square adjacent to a Denver Colorado courthouse, asking people entering the courthouse whether they were reporting for jury duty. If any of these people answered affirmatively, then Iannicelli and Brandt would hand them one or more brochures discussing the concept of jury nullification, which the brochures defined as the process by which a jury in a criminal case acquits the defendant regardless of whether he or she has broken the law in question. As a result of this conduct, the State charged Iannicelli and Brandt with multiple counts of jury tampering under Colorado’s jury tampering statute, section 18-8-609(1), C.R.S. (2019). Iannicelli and Brandt moved to dismiss these charges, contending that section 18-8-609(1) violates the First Amendment both on its face and as applied to them because, among other reasons, the statute results in an unconstitutionally overbroad restriction on free speech.“

        • I have never seen an Antifa member that actually believes in anything resembling liberty or upholding the Bill of Rights. They want to exploit the system for their gain and to persecute their political enemies on the right.

          Granted, the same could be said for most of the conservative people I know. They have been complaining about free speech violations and pointless wars for a few years, but Hamas managed to find the end of those principles. Now war is cool again and support for Palestine doesn’t count has free speech.

          Thus, our government is constantly waddling towards authoritarianism. The left takes power, censors and persecutes the right. The right takes power, censors and persecutes the left. Each team adds new laws and finds new ways to exploit the executive branch. But neither seems to realize that they won’t be in power forever and the same laws and methods will be used against them. And nobody lets the patriot act die. That was supposed to be temporary. Remember?

        • “…the record shows he’s actually working to affirm citizens’ rights.”

          Like what Hamas did inside Israel a few days back? Huh? 🙂

    • When eggs are even available, possum.

      Those that have lived Russia tell the same story, hours-long waits in line, and mostly-empty grocery stores.

      Is that what really want for this country? Is that the ‘equity’ you want? 🙁

  6. First is I would have to either replace barrels or modify the muzzles on the selected firearms. Second is the expense for all the foolish government required fees etc. And lastly, while I’m not an engineer, I can still make a serviceable suppressor. Just haven’t wanted to nor feel the need for one.
    As for the cell mentioned in the meme, most of the time I forget to take it with me. I have and can read paper maps, tell time with an analog watch, and don’t need to be in contact with the rest of humanity every moment of the day.

    • I put duct tape on my phones selfie camera.
      Most times I leave it in the house. When I do take it with me it goes in a tin box, no use letting GPS no what road I drove. Cell phone never goes into someone’s house that I’m visiting, ping ping. Not a100% fix but it does help a little.
      My next step is a two way radio. No SIM card with that.
      Remember, whether you think your cell phone is turned off or not its always sending a signal to a tower.
      Cell Phone, how appropriate, as a cell phone can, could, will possibly help you to that “cell”.

      • With the exception of the tin box (would want a few layers of lead or thicker steel) nothing to fault in this logic. May you feast on the corpses of a thousand city dwellers seeking to raid the countryside during the collapse.

      • “My next step is a two way radio. No SIM card with that.”

        The new digital ham radios from Yaesu and Icom have GPS integrated into them.

        Even my HF through UHF Icom IC-705 has GPS onboard, and will broadcast it on the digital modes… 🙁

  7. Lol, posting replies to memes on TTAG from said tracking device is the meta/next level from f#ck to IDGAF. You know this is all tied together on the back end anyway with a pretty bow on top.

  8. Supreme Court news :

    A SCotUS case has just been granted cert. and added to the Loper Bright fishing case dealing with Chevron Deference, Relentless Inc. vs US Department of Commerce :

    “But unlike Loper Bright, Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson is not recused from the Relentless case, which would allow the full court to consider the Chevron question. Although the court might normally have simply put the case on hold until it ruled in the Loper Bright case, the court instead took the unusual step of fast-tracking the Relentless case for its consideration, suggesting that it might have other plans for the case. And at the same time, the Loper Bright case was conspicuously absent from the December argument calendar released on Thursday, even though the case will be fully briefed by the time the argument session begins.”

    Hopefully, Mark N. or LKB can fill us in on the potential implications of this unusual move…

    • The implication is that they will combine the cases or the newest case avoids a split on the court (possible 4-4 split), thereby making overruling Chevron more likely, or in the alternative it presents a better fact pattern for the Court’s intended direction.

      • Mark N. –

        In reality, could this be a ploy to gain Jackson-Brown’s full vote, since she had to partially-recuse on the Loper-Bright case?

    • Far out, gunms save lives. Now if Our .giv would let us buy emu for those gunms we would be on the road to citezens militia’s makes a difference.

      • “Now if Our .giv would let us…”

        *Very* nice play on words, Marsupial One, government, ‘giverment’… 🙂

  9. We hosted a German exchange student recently, who is working towards his hunting license. In Germany, they *require* the use of silencers. Buying a firearm there is difficult. Buying a silencer is about as difficult as buying a jar of peanut butter.

    • “In Germany, they *require* the use of silencers. Buying a firearm there is difficult. Buying a silencer is about as difficult as buying a jar of peanut butter.”

      100 percent correct, and a strong legal argument to remove suppressors from the NFA entirely. The Leftist Scum ™ endlessly harp on how they want the USA to be more like Europe. I say we do just that on silencers.

      Let the puppies breathe! 🙂

  10. Bro, if you’ve ever bought a gun or posted about one on social media or spent time on gun-related websites (ahem) you’re on “the list” anyway. (tracking device / cell phone) May as well protect your hearing so you can at least hear ’em coming. Get a silencer.

    So… the logic here is that if you’ve compromised with SOME of your privacy, you should just give up on ALL of it.

    BTW, all the tracking features can be turned off on your cell phone.

    I won’t get a suppressor because the “juice isn’t worth the squeeze.” It’s not worth jumping through the hoops. It’s not worth having to be registered. It’s not worth the ridiculous money (for what it is).

    I wear double hearing protection (foam plugs muffs).

    Plus… if I’m going to use the same logic as the OP…. My hearing is already all ****ed up (significant tinnitus)… From occupational exposure. So, what’s the point of protecting it?

  11. Went with a buddy in Tennessee to the store the other day. We went to tractor supply and to get him cigarettes. Drove 6 miles. We were in 3 states doing so.
    Now have that in the vehicle
    Y’all do you and we will do us

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