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Discussion in 'Gun Legislation' started by Southpaw, May 15, 2019.
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Absolutely not necessary.
I can picture it now. Officer finds Lucille with a glove and a ball.
" I'm heading to practice officer!"
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get ready to play with your new toys
It was signed so on 9/1 we are freeeeeeeeeeee
Hope they don't outlaw "spud wrenches". I've got at least two, about 18" long, maybe more. They could be very, very dangerous.
You where an iron worker?
I'n my younger years I worked for my father who built some (single story) shopping centers so yes I was somewhat of an iron worker crawling around on the beams "stabbin' the holes", so to speak. Nothing like the real iron workers, though.
I originally moved to Houston in 1982 because a buddy of mine said the iron workers apprenticeship was opening up. He was a journeyman iron work back home. Early 80's downtown Houston was booming.
Anyway he had the dates wrong & I bounced around a few different jobs, but didn't have a vehicle. Ended up getting the apprentice meat cutter job a block from the apartment.
I'm glad that all of this stuff is now legal- just like guns, just because we cannot have/carry them doesn't mean criminals won't.
An "extra long handled" 1/2" ratchet handle works well as a "hand to hand weapon", as does a ball peen hammer.