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About jerry9491

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    I'm a small business owner (contractor), live on a small farm with my lovely wife 2 dogs,2 horses, and some barn cats.
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    Welcome Turd!
  2. here's a list of sheriffs who are standing up against gun control -
  3. That's one of my favorites also, but hey they are all pretty good.
  4. Here it is-
  5. I know I've got it somewhere, I'll find it quick
  6. I like the septic tank idea, I might do that myself. As far waterproofing a cache, I think I would get rhinoliner, like they use for truck beds, that stuff is tough, but spendy.
  7. Great article Wardog, thanks for posting it.
  8. well it would be a good start
  9. ...Oh I'm sorry, I thought this was a meeting of firearms unamimous lol
  10. Well this forum and others have been pretty depressing lately, everyone is getting ready to fight the 2nd civil war. I have no military training, I'm just your average redneck, with a couple cars up on cinder blocks in my yard and dogs on the porch...I will do what I have to but I'm not sure what my chances are against a SWAT team lol. But the more I think about it the less worried I am, I started looking around and found this- A Congressional Research Service report provides these details: The National Institute of Justice (NIJ) reported in a national survey that in 1994, 44 million people, approximately 35% of households, owned 192 million firearms, 65 million of which were handguns. Seventy-four percent of those individuals were reported to own more than one firearm. According to the ATF, by the end of 1996 approximately 242 million firearms were available for sale to or were possessed by civilians in the United States. That total includes roughly 72 million handguns (mostly pistols, revolvers, and derringers), 76 million rifles, and 64 million shotguns. By 2000, the number of firearms had increased to approximately 259 million: 92 million handguns, 92 million rifles, and 75 million shotguns. By 2007, the number of firearms had increased to approximately 294 million: 106 million handguns, 105 million rifles, and 83 million shotguns. In the past, most guns available for sale were produced domestically. In recent years, 1 million to 2 million handguns were manufactured each year, along with 1 million to 1.5 million rifles and fewer than 1 million shotguns. From 2001 through 2007, however, handgun imports nearly doubled, from 711,000 to nearly 1.4 million. By 2009, nearly 2.2 million handguns were imported into the United States. From 2001 through 2007, rifle imports increased from 228,000 to 632,000, and shotgun imports increased from 428,000 to 726,000. By 2009, rifle imports had increased to 864,000, but shotguns had decreased 559,000. By the same year, 2009, the estimated total number of firearms available to civilians in the United States had increased to approximately 310 million: 114 million handguns, 110 million rifles, and 86 million shotguns. After seeing this I felt a little better about my chances.
  11. I grow a few different things every year to see what does the best in my area, and plant a fruit tree and a berry bush or two every year. They are not all producing yet but I hope to have a nice little orchard someday. Also bought several kinds of seeds from seedsavers for my garden so after I harvest them I can save the seeds to replant next year.
  12. Put together a GHB for my wife's truck, at her request. She's finally coming around.
  13. Ruger 10/22
  14. Consider it done Warrior. Thanks for bringing this to our attention.
  15. Welcome Sigcorps!