Gun Culture Hero-Simeon Cortes-in SAR!


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El Tejon
August 24, 2005, 09:33 AM
The October 2005 (p. 48) issue of Small Arms Review contains a great article on Fillipino improvised machine pistols and other improvised small arms of the Fillipino resistance during WWII. It is an outstanding article for those of us interested in improvised firearms.

Cortes made firearms, pistols, revolvers, fully automatic shotguns, converted M1s to full auto, and even made homemade mortars, in holes in the ground on a small island on Japanese occupation. If such work can be done under those circumstances, how do the antis think they can control anything??? :D

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foghornl
August 24, 2005, 11:30 AM
how do the antis think they can control anything???

And the answer is:

The Anti's don't think...they only FEEL

Standing Wolf
August 24, 2005, 07:15 PM
how do the antis think they can control anything???

Slave labor camps for starters. They'll probably be called "resocialization centers," or some such thing.

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