I'm a target guy. I like being proficient in a skill that most people suck at. I put holes in paper and do it well. This makes me happy. I like to shoot at 20 yards in my range and put my shots in groups smaller than a fist. I like being better than 100% of the people I see at my range. I will not use my gun to kill or shoot someone. My 10 cent trigger fix allows all this joy, and I save money and time. Let me live my way. This tip is, I feel, the very reason people want to use this forum to share info. It's cheap, easy and it works. Sorry if your lawyer doesn't agree.
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I don't carry. I'm trying to get you to see the world beyond a courtroom or gunfight. It's a nice place! Shooting guns is an enjoyable experience for me, not fraught with worry over whether my legal council agrees with how my gun is set up. I think you need to shoot more, it really does relax me.
Most people don't worry about the legal ramifications of their actions.
Then they find themselves in jail, then in court, trying to explain their actions.
Don't worry; the odds are that this will never happen to you.
But if it does.....
I think we have gone as far as possible discussing the original topic and the thread has flipped into the same argument as the one about factory SD ammo versus hand loaded rounds. I'll close with the reminder that an attorney either in a criminal or civil case will use anything and everything to make their argument.
“…democratic socialism, the great utopia of the last few generations, is not only unachievable but that to strive for it produces something utterly different – the very destruction of freedom itself. As has been aptly said: ‘What has always made the state a hell on earth has been precisely that man has tried to make it his heaven.'” F.A. Hayek