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arent you supposed to not cook tomato in aluminum though
Rory is correct you should only use stainless (preferably American stainless, non magnetic) and while most restaurants do use heavy aluminum stock pots which are fine for a lot of things we used stainless and when I hung up my chefs hat the stock pots came with me. When I cook I like to cook lol
 
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I think the ban that Hawk was referring to is H.R. 7468 that was pre-filled on July 1 2020 the bill title is Stop Home Manufacture of Ghost Guns Act of 2020.
 

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I can't imagine how a ban on CNC machines or 3D printers would hold up in court, unless it gets enforced only as a ban on advertising the machine for firearm making purposes.

What I worry more about is if they pass language that bans making of firearms by non-FFLs. Of course, even in this case, we should have a huge plausible deniability loophole for designs that existed before the ban, unless they also completely disregard the prohibition on ex post facto law, and ban possession of firearms not made and serialized by an FFL. Unfortunately, I think this would effectively kill 3D printing and home CNC of firearms, holding the firearm industry back similar to how the NFA has held back suppressors and PDWs for decades, but also not significantly deter criminals, like we see with the NFA.
 

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Club alum is the reason many people have alum inn the brain that have alzheimers. Look at all the pits in them & think where it went. We have a 10 gal SS army pot for making Boulia & cast iron for everything else.
 

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thats nonsense. there have been repeated restrictions in many areas and to date no revolutions in modern history. 86 and 94 are two good examples. where were you old dudes revolting back then? at 8 and 16 respectively i wasn't even legal to drive. not that i am promoting a revolution, but more calling BS on your rhetoric... again
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Yes, restrictions and bans with no revolutions. 1968 was another big year. BUT what he was referring to was the only time our government sent the army to confiscate weapons and ammunition owned by the people. Lexington, MA 1775 - the army against militia members. And escalating action in Concord and as the army was making a tactical withdrawal to Boston. This attempt to ban and collect arms obviously triggered a revolution. A big shooting one.
 
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