I had a Norinco Type 213, and it was a lot of fun to shoot.
If you have larger hands, the Tokarev will give you some hammer bite.
Sold off mine because it would simply lock up sometimes, and I didn't trust it.
The start to every useless post on gun forums everywhere.
"Why buy X.
X is bad
He could be setting himself up for deep crap (see, unlicensed carry of a firearm blaablab alcohol.)
I don't think OP will find that wording or definition of transportation anywhere in the Texas law.
Castle doctrine seems to apply whenever the premises is under someone's "control", but who...
Anyway, back to the original point:
I avoid urinals whenever possible.
If I have no choice, I use my strong side elbow to pin my gun against my side. (I, however, own a holster which doesn't allow my gun to fall out willy nilly.)
I agree; the danger of fast food is way overblown.
It's not like there are ten year olds walking around with type II diabetes.
It's not like our nation's obesity rate is soaring with no ceiling in sight.
Hmm, that is certainly an interesting option; I did not realize they had such a rifle for sale.
It appears that the dramatic rate of velocity loss c respect to decrease in barrel length starts to flatten at 14" barrels (in this particular load), so I think 13" with a muzzle attachment would...
...by DSA. Handling that thing in the store was great. I've got a pretty neat AR, but I've always had a sweet spot for the FAL.
However, I'd never *handled* a shorty FAL before. I absolutely loved the way it felt in the hands.
But, I have a few questions: how much does the cartridge...
I'm really glad that this law went through, but I'll never thank Senator "Chuy" Hinojosa for anything.
That low down, dirtbag is a coward and helped to kill an important RKBA bill here in Texas.
He is also infamous for concealing a handgun in the secure area of an airport, and then weaseling...