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  1. I will be living in Belize within the next 7 years.
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    Walmart open carry, Sept 3, 2019

    Perhaps I'll see you in Columbus tomorrow?
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    Walmart open carry, Sept 3, 2019

    You left out a major detail and proved to me that you comment without reading or know the facts of what you talk about. Sure, any cop can detain you for no reason at all. Doesn't make it legal and you can take recourse against them for it. I choose to exercise my rights as a citizen. If you choose to be afraid to exercise yours, that's your business. But don't criticize me for something you are uneducated about.
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    Walmart open carry, Sept 3, 2019

    I open carry frequently because I don't have to beg the government for permission to do so in the state of Ohio. Thanks to US v DeBerry, Brown v Texas, Terry v Ohio and Hiibel v Sixth District, I can do so legally. I'm one of those people that don't want to give the government any more info on me than I absolutely have to. You have a CCW, then they know you have firearms. And when the mandatory buy-backs or red flag laws get enacted, you'll be relieved of your firearms "for your own protection". I don't think a gun on my hip or leg makes me look bad ass, but it certainly would make any criminals know they risk being shot if they accost me. I have a business where I deal in a lot of cash and I'm in very isolated places with complete strangers. I keep my distance and have excellent situational awareness. You don't have to agree with me, but I won't call you an attention whore or a coward either for your dissent. EDIT FOR THOSE THAT DON'T KNOW: U.S. v. DeBerry = mere lawful carrying of a firearm does not constitute Reasonable Suspicion of a crime (emphasis added). Brown v. Texas = no requirement to show ID where no Reasonable Suspicion(specific and articulable facts) of a crime is evident. Terry v. Ohio = Illegal to detain an individual without Reasonable Suspicion(specific and articulable facts) that a crime has been committed. Hiibel v. Sixth District = no requirement to show ID in a "Stop and ID" state where no Reasonable Suspicion(specific and articulable facts) of a crime is evident.
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    .380 ACP ammo

    I have 6 boxes or RUAG Ammotec match grade FMJ .380 acp 95gr. Each box has 50 rounds. I no longer have a .380 and have no intention of getting one so I'd like to sell or trade the ammo. Sells for $18.50/box new. I'd prefer to trade for some .45 ACP in a quantity that is similar value. Or, make me an offer to buy it. F-T-F sale only. No shipping.
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    2020 Ford Mustang shelby GT500

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    2020 Ford Mustang shelby GT500

    Actual performance data isn't out yet, but just because it has more HP doesn't mean it's faster. And there's no way the ford will beat the corvette on the track. Take the 2019 Porsche 911 for example. It's a 370 HP engine that runs 0-60 in 4 seconds. Then the 2020 GT500 with 760 HP runs 0-60 in "mid 3 second range" because they haven't disclosed the exact number. That's not a big difference considering it's less than half the horsepower. I'm willing to bet in a comparison of 0-100-0 times, the Porsche 911 would destroy the GT500. Corvette is similarly lighter weight and much more stable. Or course the aftermarket for an LS2 is already crazy populated. So to increase the HP on the Corvette wouldn't be hard at all. I'm a "ford guy" myself, but given the choice I'd take the new Corvette over the GT500. But I'd also take the Ford GT over the Corvette.
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    Today(or recently) in Weird News Thread.

    Just because you have the right to do it, doesn't mean it's the right thing to do.
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    2020 Ford Mustang shelby GT500

    Meanwhile, the 2020 mid engine Corvette will be available for under $60k.
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    Renting Your BIKE?

    With a deposit that would cover replacement costs, profitable rental fees and an air tight waiver agreement? Sure, I'd rent it.
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