Assault Weapon Kit – The 80% AR-15 Lower Do it Yourself Instructions
Published on Jul 16, 2013
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Join me as I demonstrate the steps to making your own AR15 lower. This is an 80 percent lower kit from WhiskeyArms. Eighty percent lowers for the AR15 are legal to buy and ship directly to your house with no FFL paper trail for the government. Once your project gun is complete, all that remains is to put some kind of finish on it. Be aware if you decide to have your lower anodized, you will most likely need an FFL to pass off the lower before an anodizer can take possession. I’m a bit fuzzy on the details but do your research.
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I just returned from New York, where I attended my 30th Columbia University reunion. I celebrated with my esteemed classmates. Everyone except Barack Obama. As usual – he wasn’t there. Not even a video greeting. Not a personalized letter to his classmates. Nothing. But worse, no one at our 30th reunion ever met him. The President of the United States is the ghost of Columbia University.
I’m certainly no “Johnny come lately.” For five years now (since 2007 when it became clear Barack Obama was running for President), I’ve been quoted in the media as saying that no one I’ve ever met at Columbia can remember ever meeting, or even seeing, our college classmate Barack Obama. Don’t you think the media should be asking questions? Isn’t this a very strange story?
I am a graduate of Columbia University, Class of 1983. That’s the same class Barack Obama claims to have graduated from. We shared the same exact major- Political Science. We were both Pre Law. It was a small class- about 700 students. The Political Science department was even smaller and closer-knit (maybe 150 students). I thought I knew, or met at least once, (or certainly saw in classes) every fellow Poly Sci classmate in my four years at Columbia. . . . Read Complete Report