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Real Life M-41A Pulse Rifle By Lage Manufacturing

Lage Manufacturing has been working on this for some time now, and after a few years of development and field testing they have finished their final product. Due to the costly process Lage Manufacturing used to produce this single weapon, they will not be making any for commercial use.

The M-41A pulse rifle is actually not a rifle at all, but a sub-machine gun that is chambered in 9mm, and a short barreled 12 gauge shotgun made to imitate the famous rifle from the Alien movie franchise. The sub-machine gun components of the M-41A are made up of a NFA registered SWD M11/9 with an Anthony Smith styled Suomi (Thompson) upper receiver and a non-modified M11/9 lower receiver. As for the under slung shotgun component, it is an NFA registered Remington 870 AOW/SBR.

The New Law Texas Governor-Elect Greg Abbott Hopes to Sign Right Away Will Make Liberals FLIP

by Greg Campbell

Texas voters, by a whopping margin, have declared their preferences: stick with conservatism.
Governor-elect Abbott was quick to reveal what he hopes to accomplish right away as Governor of the Lone Star State- making sure that more law-abiding citizens have the right to carry a firearm.
In recent months, the issue surrounding open carry laws has divided the American public. While in every state of the union, citizens walk amongst the population carrying concealed firearms, the open carrying of firearms in some states has hysterics taking to social media to vent their outrage and fear over firearms being carried in public.
It is surprising to many that the conservative State of Texas does not have laws on the books the protect the right of citizens to carry handguns openly while the open carrying of rifles remains legal. However, as governor, Greg Abbott hopes to change that by signing a bill into law that would expand this right to handguns as well.
After winning the governor’s race, Abbott candidly told reporters, “If an open carry bill is passed by the House and Senate, I will sign it into law.”
Abbott continued, “If open carry is good enough for Massachusetts, it’s good enough for Texas.”
One should note that Abbott, who is soon to serve as the executive of Texas’ government, did not insist that he could push-ahead with executive orders and actions he feels is right; instead, Abbott encouraged lawmakers to- as the name would suggest- make the law and promised to sign it as soon as it reached his desk.
You know—how an executive of government is supposed to act…
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Cowboy Codes Of The West


These American cowboy codes of the west were common sense approaches to cowboy and western etiquette. Many deal with horses, shooting and a little bit about how to act around a woman.

Never pass anyone on the trail without saying “Howdy”

When approaching someone from behind, give a loud greeting before you get within pistol shot.

Don’t wave at a man on a horse. It might spook the horse and the man will think you’re an idiot (a nod is the proper greeting).

After you pass someone on the trail, don’t look back at him. It implies you don’t trust him.

Riding another man’s horse without his permission is nearly as bad as making love to his wife. Never even bother another man’s horse.

Never shoot an unarmed man. Never shoot a woman at all.

A cowboy is pleasant, even when out of sorts. Complaining is what quitters do and cowboys hate quitters.

Always be courageous. Cowards aren’t tolerated in any outfit worth its salt.

A cowboy always helps someone in need, even a stranger or enemy.

When you leave town after a weekend of carousing, it’s perfectly all right to shoot your six-guns into the air, whoop like crazy and ride your horse as fast as you can. This is called “hurrahing” a town.

A horse thief may be hung peremptory.

Never try on another man’s hat.

Never wake another man by shaking or touching him. He might wake up suddenly and shoot you.

Real cowboys are modest. A braggart who is “all gurgle and no guts” is not tolerated.

A cowboy doesn’t talk much; he saves his breath for breathing.

No matter how weary and hungry you are after a long day in the saddle, always tend to your horse’s needs before your own, and get your horse some feed before you eat.

Cuss all you want, but only around men, horses and cows.