Definition of clip
1: any of various devices that grip, clasp, or hook
2: a device to hold cartridges for charging the magazines of some rifles; also : a magazine from which ammunition is fed into the chamber of a firearm.
Ammo will get you through times of no money, better than money will get you through times of no ammo.
Has to do with smoking. Anything associated with smoking is now restricted access. Lighters, lighter fluid, whatever.
Whatever adjective or verb comes to mind, I am...NotSo.
One of my goals in life is to shoot more people on purpose than I do by accident. So far, so good.
If you think it is bad for you, try to take the view of the retailer who now has to store more and more "restricted" items behind the counter.
For some reason the first thing that crossed my mind was of an over paid corporate big shot standing in his office dressed as the captain of the boat in the movie "JAWS", but changing the words to "We're going to need a bigger counter".
I had to produce ID to buy a couple cans of spray paint the other day. I have to say the self etching primer gray looks good around my nose and mouth!
I'm going to jail aren't I!?
"It is wonderful, in the event of a street fight, how few bullets seem to hit the men they are aimed at." Ranch Life and the Hunting Trail, Theodore Roosevelt, 1888
Just another example of reduction of liberty.
Also the fact we have so many people who never had leather applied
to their backside during puberty.
That nagging personal responsibility thing that nobody wants.
I haven't bought one for a long time because I have a stack of them around the house, all shapes and sizes, Bic, refillables, cans of fuel, Zippos with fuel, etc., etc. Am I a prepper? No, not really. I just hate hunting through every drawer in the house to find one when I need it.
There are all kinds of stupid rules and regulations being thought up by people with nothing else to do in order to protect society from itself, or so they think. It must be great to be all-knowing and omnipotent.
The Federal Tax Code is easier to understand than the liquor laws here in Pennsylvania. I can go to a beer distributor and buy as many cases of beer as I can afford no questions asked. Same for the State Store (Wine and Spirits) next door.
BUT, if I buy one six pack at the local Giant Eagle they require me to show my AARP level drivers license to the 18 year old behind the cash register. Nuts.