Despite ban, high-capacity magazines still sold in Colorado

DENVER (AP) – Despite a 2013 state law banning gun magazines that hold more than 15 rounds, high-capacity magazines are still being sold in Colorado. An undercover KUSA-TV investigation found that some gun shops are skirting the ban by selling magazines in pieces that customers can assemble themselves while at least two are selling them fully assembled anyway. The law’s sponsor, state Sen. Rhonda Fields, says she’s sickened by how those businesses are operating and stunned by how open the practice is. (Copyright 2019 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) They can sell regarless….who cares…it’s an illegal law…last I heard Muricans don’t have to follow illegal laws Ceiling Medallion Mold Wholesaler Quotes & PriceList Pu Foam Corbel, PU Cornice Mouldings, PU Comers, Corner Flower – Ouzhi,

Using Salvage Stores To Improve Your Home On The Cheap

Fans of such TV home renovation shows as Windy City Rehab, Home Town, Fixer Upper and Salvage Dawgs are familiar with the term “architectural salvage.” But if you’re not, it’s the booming business of reclaiming, recovering, and reusing rich architectural building materials. And if you’re considering improving your home, you may want to make a stop at a salvage shop to do it. A salvage company goes into an old building, deconstructs it, saves the good pieces (and sometimes the not-quite-so-good), and repurposes them. Sometimes, the older objects — from fireplace mantels to chandeliers to mirrors— are turned into something decorative or functional or both. One benefit of shopping salvage: the pleasure of having part of your home remind you of your childhood home, perhaps helping your grandmother make cookies or sitting by a fireside on a brisk evening. Another beloved aspect of using salvaged materials is that they may be used as originally intended (repurposing wooden floors or barn siding) or given an entirely new fun, sentimental or whimsical interpretation. Erin and Ben Napier, hosts of the Home Town TV show, converted old high school bleacher seats into a wood bench for Judi...