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About JAL

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  • Birthday 02/20/1967


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  1. Everyone one of these incidences have the same background... someone breaking the law, then refusal to obey Law Enforcement. It just doesn't end well... Everyone of these individuals did not have parenting to teach them any morals of a civilized society or what is right and wrong.
  2. They look like Bloodworms...
  3. I'm still old school and respect and think Law enforcement is my friend. Guess having family members and two close friend as State Troopers, I understand the job and the respect they deserve. I would simply call your State Police, give them the background of inheriting firearms, but you have no interest in hunting or keeping them. Ask them the proper means to legally transferring ownership to yourself based on your circumstances... once you know that, and take care of the legalities, selling has many options. Find a local gun shop that does FFL transfers and ask them the cost - mine does FFL transfers on long guns for $25. Then make a decision if you want to sell yourself through advertising or something like gunbroker (FFL transfer), or if you just have a shop buy them, or have them consigned through a shop. If you have pistols or tactical rifles, we'll you've got several more layers to go through. Welcome to today's world, which ain't getting easier.
  4. Just for the record with regards to my question, I didn't want to imply doing the transaction shady. More curious if the NE states require long gun registration. Where I am, they do not, so if someone gave a long gun to a family member, or sold to a buddy, I don't see how they would trace it back. HOWEVER, the proper and legal means would be going through an FFL holder, so they can run the proper Federal background check the state requires for a transfer (in my location). I know state laws vary considerably, just curious if you'll in the NE have to register long guns? In this case, inheriting a firearm in a state that requires registration, you'll be in a bit of a pickle to legally sell and transfer... you need to take legal ownership first before trying to sell.
  5. Do y'all up there in the NE have to register long guns? if not, how would 'they' even know if you just met up and swapped a shotgun for cash?
  6. The buyout was Jan 2008 what I can dig up. Yes, the pre-Remington Marlins are nice. I have a '89 Marlin 1894 in 44 mag since my state now allow for pistol caliber cartridges for Deer (use to be shot gun only). Very nice, but there's a lot of people looking for them and can get expensive.
  7. Your codes may be different than mine (I live in an agriculture area), but typically concrete isn't poured around foundation pilings for pole buildings. Good clean fill dirt, or stone is used for backfilling. Code still allows for use of CCA (copper chromium arsenic) treated posts (1.0 lb CCA is for direct bury foundation piles), which I don't think the box stores carry. Fortunately, we have wood treatment companies nearby that still sell CCA for marine and foundational purposes. Only ACQ, CA, or MCA can be used for residential applications like decks or swing sets, and those are strictly for above ground or ground-contact only... no direct bury applications. You must pour concrete footers and use the stand off brackets.
  8. I agree, I don't care for the drive around DC to head south on I95, I prefer the tunnel. I had dinner (carry out) there last Wednesday night with the family... we were driving to Emporia VA. StingRay's is another local spot that is good. Sweet Potato biscuits with VA country ham and grits for breakfast.
  9. Middletown is turning into a NCC suburb... Same with our eastern side of Sussex County... all the northern 're-locates' and retiree's are slowing turning the area into what they left behind in SE Penn and NJ. Thankfully SW Sussex Co has so far been left relatively untouched and still AG based.
  10. Your exactly right. The state line should be the Canal and give Newcastle county to Philadelphia. Below the canal doesn't claim north of the canal, but the population up there is very liberal, versus very conservative below, therefore they control State politics. Same deal with MD and Virginia's eastern shore, very conservative, but the liberal population around Baltimore (Montgomery, Baltimore, and Hartford co) control the state, and Virginia is controlled by Alexandria and Richmond area. There's a very good reason why the true Del-Mar-Va locals would like to have our own state... our heritage goes way back.
  11. No - the family is a bunch of corrupt Philadelphia wannabee's. Please don't associate true Delaware'ians with that scum s h i t family. Any of us from slower lower portion of the state have known how corrupt the Biden family is and has been, and we don't like being associated with the corruption that comes from north of the canal. I don't think many of the locals are too surprised by what is being exposed. Fortunately, the locals from the lower part of the state generally have much more class than that...
  12. More show up at one of the BLM 'rallies' when breaking into the downtown liquor stores.
  13. Not trying to shove religion down anyone's throat, but read the following with an open mind and relate the word's to our current situation in our GREAT Country. My friend's, we are slipping in the wrong direction. Bear that in mind when we VOTE. We need to leave this as a better place to our children... they deserve better. MAGA. But mark this: There will be terrible times in the last days. 2 People will be lovers of themselves, lovers of money, boastful, proud, abusive, disobedient to their parents, ungrateful, unholy, 3 without love, unforgiving, slanderous, without self-control, brutal, not lovers of the good, 4 treacherous, rash, conceited, lovers of pleasure rather than lovers of God— 5 having a form of godliness but denying its power. Have nothing to do with such people. 6 They are the kind who worm their way into homes and gain control over gullible women, who are loaded down with sins and are swayed by all kinds of evil desires, 7 always learning but never able to come to a knowledge of the truth. 8 Just as Jannes and Jambres opposed Moses, so also these teachers oppose the truth. They are men of depraved minds, who, as far as the faith is concerned, are rejected. 9 But they will not get very far because, as in the case of those men, their folly will be clear to everyone. Cheers, Have a great weekend...
  14. It was a bummer. I was watching the launch pad live on NASA TV... I do that and once they lift off, slip out and watch from the backyard and see them go up. Maybe tonight, I think they have about a 90% chance for launch.