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  1. Mudbass7

    the latest super bug

    NDM-1 was first discovered in 2008... only difference is now there's been 3 people that have brought it back to the US so it's time to freak out. My only hope is that if it does go wild, it infects Obama, Feinstein, and Pelosi, to name a few... then when i get it i can die happy... >.<
  2. my guess would be AR-side. but he's in texas so his prices aren't gonna be Shi-ite compared to places like california or colorado
  3. That is, if you're trying selling mags too
  4. Mini-14 are selling quite well still too due to being SA and accepting detachable mags, last i saw they were going about $7-900. Send Rayz a PM, he might be interested in some mini-14 mags.
  5. for a colt? i would say you could get 2k depending on condition/extras it might have. but thats here in Kommiefornia...
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    go to the post office
  7. Mudbass7

    budget friendly semi-autos

    you can get a field grade M1 Garand for about 5-600 bucks! i picked up a Rock Island Armory 1911 Tactical FS for $550. basic GI model is $500
  8. If you pay shipping and reimburse me, theres a bit of .40 at my local gun shop. probably fairly over priced though.... Also, i ordered 4 more Pmags. Up to 8 Pmags and 1 USGI steel mag now... Dropped my AR off at the gunsmith the other day to have the front sight assembled, and i think im finally getting through to the girlfriend, she offered to buy me a bucket of dehydrated food for my birthday
  9. Also, they make a railed handguard which replaces the stock one for it as well if you want to attach a light laser foreward grip etc etc
  10. Mossberg 930 spx. like the one in my picture
  11. ordered 3 more 30rd Pmags and got some reloading manuals
  12. Mudbass7

    I'm worried about guns

    sorry, a little off topic here but- sig can you confirm that for me in any way and see if they would ship to either CA or AZ?
  13. Mudbass7

    I'm worried about guns

    Or move to wyoming or oklahoma, or any of the other states that have or are trying to make it a felony to enforce and new gun legislation and dont worry about it
  14. Mudbass7

    I'm worried about guns

    I don't think shotguns will be banned. if so, semi-auto's only. Nor do i think .22's will be sought after in the ban (havent seen either of these in any of the gun legislation announced, with exception with the saiga-12 12ga with a detachable magazine). It looks like they're limiting round count to 10 so a garand would be safe. my reccomendation would be to get what they're going after now. an AR or an AK. If you can only pick one, well... theres a whole can of worms in itself...
  15. Mudbass7

    Mossbery 500 Flex System, any feedback?

    i know several people that have a mossberg 500 and they swear by them. sounds more to me like the guy at the store didnt really know what he was doing with it lol
  16. got a 30rd Pmag for $30!
  17. I thought i would share this here. It's from my facebook page today. TL;DR (too long; didn't read) version: AS OF JAN 2013: Food stamp growth is ~58.7 times higher than job growth, and there are ~13.3 to ~13.5 new people put on food stamps for every 1 new job created since Jan 2009. If both food stamp growth, and job growth stay completely steady, food stamps will cost tax payers $37,716,835,780 more, and new jobs created will only bring in a total of $3,525,721,200 in 2016. Meaning and extra $34,191,114,580 will be paid for with credit from foreign countries. Long Version: So earlier I shared a friends photo which displayed a "fun fact" about Obama, stating that "For every one job created under Obama, 75 people went on food stamps." And was told by a friend, "Well that just seems grossly inaccurate, but ya know whatever." So, I HAVE DECIDED TO DO MY OWN RESEARCH and here's what i found: In Jan 2009, there were 142,153,000 people employed in the US (Seasonally Adjusted) and 140,436,000 people employed in the US (Not Seasonally Adjusted) Source: In Jan 2013, there were 143,322,000 people employed in the US (Seasonally Adjusted) and 141,614,000 people employed in the US (Not Seasonally Adjusted) Source: If you subtract the amount of people employed within the US in 2009, from the people employed within the US in 2013, you get a total of; 1,169,000 when using Seasonally Adjusted Figures, or 1,151,000 when not using Seasonally Adjusted Figures, total new jobs that were added by the Obama administration. In Jan 2009, there were 32,204,859 people on food stamps. Source: In Sep 2012, there were: 47,710,283 people on food stamps. Source: If you subtract the number of people on food stamps in Jan 2009 from the number of people on food stamps in Sep 2012 you get a total of: 15,505,424 new people on food stamps from Jan 2009 to Sep 2012. If you divide the number of new people on food stamps by the number of new jobs created, you get 13.264 (rounded up) for seasonally adjusted figures or 13.471 (rounded down) for not seasonally adjusted figures. Meaning that for every one job created, 13.264 (or 13.471) people were put on food stamps. This would prove the claim that "For every one job created under Obama, 75 people went on food stamps." is FALSE. HOWEVER if you were to ACTUALLY READ THE LINKED ARTICLE, you would find that it stated that "Food stamp growth 75x greater than job creation" (which, glancing at the data tables in the middle of 2012, and using seasonally adjusted data, is probably correct.) So when you look at the rate of growth, you find that the number of people added on to food stamps since Jan 2009 has increased by 48.1% and that the number of people who have got a job has increased by 0.82%, meaning that the Food stamp growth is actually about 58.7 times higher than job growth, NOT 75. So I apologize for using outdated data. But 1:13 ratio for job creation to food stamp participation is still pretty damn bad. Food stamp program cost tax payers: $78,413,380,000 in 2012, up from $53,621,500,000 in 2009 If participation in food stamps continues to grow at the same rate, food stamp program will cost tax payers $116,130,215,780 in 2016. A difference of $37,716,835,780. If job growth continues at it's current rate, the total number of employed persons in the US will be 144,497,240 in 2016. A difference of 1,175,240. if you take that number and assume that each and every one of them is going to make about $56,000/year and pay an effective tax rate (after tax rebates, deductions, etc) of $3000/year (a fellow crew member's earnings last year), that's a gain of only $3,525,721,200.
  18. YAY!!!! and I was until i got a girlfriend LMAO...
  19. On another note: Jan 2001- 137,778,000 employed Jan 2004- 138,472,000 employed (+) 694,000 Jan 2008- 146,378,000 employed Total of 8,600,000 jobs added from 2001-2008 Jan 2001- 17,233,964 people on food stamps Jan 2004- 23,470,766 people on food stamps Jan 2008- 27,689,880 people on food stamps total of 10,455,916 people added to food stamp program from 2001-2008 for every 1 job added from jan 2001 to jan 2008, there were 1.2 people added to food stamps
  20. well they talk about 7.9, that is the unemployment rate, which in my understanding is the number of people applying for unemployment benefits everything. the flat out unemployment population is somewhere in the area of 16% ish
  21. Olympic Arms has refused to sell to govt agencies in NY due to their new gun laws.
  22. Mudbass7

    Asteroid Anyone?

    Sir Vive, that was just a meteor. ths is a 150 mile wide asteroid that will pass earth (actually i think it already passed around 1000 PST) within 17,000 miles, which is clsoer than some satellites
  23. Mudbass7

    Mudbass produces tad-pole!!!!

    lol Rayz is like a little kid on christmas
  24. Mudbass7

    Mudbass produces tad-pole!!!!

    It's true! I failed at KDIP! I present to you, McKenna! [ATTACH=CONFIG]1837[/ATTACH]