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    Default Re: Stand Your Ground Against Socialism: Right to Keep and Bear Arms Rally Sept. 29 2

    Quote Originally Posted by alpacaheat View Post
    Lets tailgate in the garage.


    Serious about that. We all bring a breakfast dish or doughnuts from all over the state(and bacon), maybe a couple of portable grills. (George Foreman-style griddle rather than open flames would likely be smart)

    Dunkin Donuts has boxed coffee or someone can bring a camping percolator with power source.

    Anyone who bring Panera Bread * coffee to a 2A rally gets banned from the forum.
    *or starbucks.
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    Default Re: Stand Your Ground Against Socialism: Right to Keep and Bear Arms Rally Sept. 29 2

    Quote Originally Posted by fallenleader View Post
    His vacation address in FL where he has been hiding with his boyfriend rachel
    the best thing I saw on the internet was this

    I found out that all you need to do now to get tested for corona virus is submit a stool sample.
    once properly bagged mail to 508 Main Capitol Building, Harrisburg, PA 17120
    Attn. Gov. Wolf please open for immediate processing.

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    Default Re: Stand Your Ground Against Socialism: Right to Keep and Bear Arms Rally Sept. 29 2

    Quote Originally Posted by alpacaheat View Post
    Lets tailgate in the garage.


    Serious about that. We all bring a breakfast dish or doughnuts from all over the state(and bacon), maybe a couple of portable grills. (George Foreman-style griddle rather than open flames would likely be smart)

    Dunkin Donuts has boxed coffee or someone can bring a camping percolator with power source.

    Anyone who bring Panera Bread coffee to a 2A rally gets banned from the forum.
    Sounds like a good idea - you'll have to get there early enough to enjoy it though. Last time around I rolled in right around 9 (coming from PIT) and we were heading out within 20 minutes. I'm probably staying the night before now, so I'll grab "tailgating supplies" where ever is close enough to where I'm staying.
    -Brandon


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    Default Re: Stand Your Ground Against Socialism: Right to Keep and Bear Arms Rally Sept. 29 2

    Quote Originally Posted by fallenleader View Post
    *or starbucks.
    Well a box of Starbucks probably costs $250, so I doubt that would happen anyways.


    People seem to forget about Panera so I used a reminder.
    1 Corinthians 1:10..all of you agree with one another in what you say and that there be no divisions among you, but that you be perfectly united in mind and thought.

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    Default Re: Stand Your Ground Against Socialism: Right to Keep and Bear Arms Rally Sept. 29 2

    One thing I wanted to note now that's changed from June - this rally starts at 11am, so we have extra time to muster in the garage before things kick off.
    -Brandon


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    Default Re: Stand Your Ground Against Socialism: Right to Keep and Bear Arms Rally Sept. 29 2

    Since I plan to attend the Sept. 29 2A rally, I decided to buy a pair of laser protective safety glasses. The glasses supposedly protect from lasers in the 200nm to 2000nm range, with green lenses. I felt this was an inexpensive($16 from amazon) safety measure since the p'antifa/BLM crowd have been targeting LEO's eyes, mostly with green lasers.

    My post is two-fold, 1) to make those interested in eye protection that it is available and; 2) to ask anyone here if that protection range seems gtg.
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    Default Re: Stand Your Ground Against Socialism: Right to Keep and Bear Arms Rally Sept. 29 2

    Quote Originally Posted by eatmydust View Post
    Since I plan to attend the Sept. 29 2A rally, I decided to buy a pair of laser protective safety glasses. The glasses supposedly protect from lasers in the 200nm to 2000nm range, with green lenses. I felt this was an inexpensive($16 from amazon) safety measure since the p'antifa/BLM crowd have been targeting LEO's eyes, mostly with green lasers.

    My post is two-fold, 1) to make those interested in eye protection that it is available and; 2) to ask anyone here if that protection range seems gtg.

    OK, I'm not a doctor and I have not stayed at Holiday Inn in years, but ...

    Admitting my ignorance, what I could find online is that military, police, pilots, etcetera, at a minimum, use glasses that protect in three, separate wavelength spectrums, and which start at about $200.

    So, the Amazon glasses you found ... probably better than nothing, but not ideal. If you're serious about laser protection, it's spendy for effective stuff.

    Couple examples:

    https://www.revisionmilitary.com/en/...tive-basic-kit

    https://www.phillips-safety.com/prod...filter-type=or

    https://www.kenteklaserstore.com/ava...rotection.aspx

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    Default Re: Stand Your Ground Against Socialism: Right to Keep and Bear Arms Rally Sept. 29 2

    The specialty glasses others have mentioned can be good. Keep in mind some of the ones marketed to pilots are designed for protection when used beyond 1000'. Also be aware that most are designed to protect against laser pointers with a power rating below 5W, so it will protect you against most stuff, but not everything - I'm just saying don't be overly reliant on them. If you're worried about lasers, then you're probably concerned about projectiles too - Z87+ should be part of your search criteria.

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    Default Re: Stand Your Ground Against Socialism: Right to Keep and Bear Arms Rally Sept. 29 2

    simple reflective fog free sunglasses. some of you bigger guys will just have to take the laser for me because i'll be ducking behind you.
    lessen it can be shot at. can we return fire on lasers?
    "These are the times that try men's souls" - Thomas Paine
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    Default Re: Stand Your Ground Against Socialism: Right to Keep and Bear Arms Rally Sept. 29 2

    Quote Originally Posted by fallenleader View Post
    simple reflective fog free sunglasses. some of you bigger guys will just have to take the laser for me because i'll be ducking behind you.
    lessen it can be shot at. can we return fire on lasers?
    sounds like assault to me, in fear of bodily harm!
    -Brandon


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