December 12, 2008, 05:11 AM
john your right thanks for bringing that up. thats why i was away a while ago i went to the smith & wesson forum. so lets try this again and weed out the bad ones. we are all grown adults and we shouldnt act like children here thanks again sincerely yours john champagne from ct.
December 12, 2008, 09:31 AM
I just wanna add my kudos to the admins for having zero tolerance of the "hate post". Of all people, the gun owners should unite with a common cause of freedom of gun ownership in America. There are plenty of opposition that one can direct their energies toward and not one another. Most of the attacks, I have observed are over difference of opinions on certain guns....give me a break....if you like and want a certain gun that I don't, or vice versa....knock yourself out...have fun...enjoy yourself....If you don't have the exact opinion as I do....so what? There are enough variety of guns...and that's a good thing...to spend the rest of your life enjoying the ownership of them.
God speed and party on..........I think this is the high road:)
December 12, 2008, 09:46 AM
+1 You are right on the money.
December 12, 2008, 10:05 AM
I never met a gun I did'nt like or own or want. I believe all the guns I've had/have have been the best, The Best For Me. To argue over firearms is stupid when it gets personal even though we are all adults and should be able to deal with it. If one just can't disagree in a civil manner we, members, should just ignore it and move on. After awhile the bully will just go away.
December 15, 2008, 05:07 AM
:confused: I GUESS IM BEING:scrutiny:;):rolleyes::D hey the s&w forum is #1 thats why im over there more than here. isnt it obvious we are dedicated to s&w & only s&w huh!
December 15, 2008, 01:04 PM
Anyone who takes an issue posted here personal should leave the site. I was a member of the S&W forum for a while but it was too political for my liking; more and more personal attacks ("I'm right and you're an a**hole" type of posts). When someone takes it personal they prove to me that they should not be able to carry a firearm at any time - not emotional stable enough to handle a weapon in a dire situation [IMHO].
December 15, 2008, 09:42 PM
Of all people, the gun owners should unite with a common cause of freedom of gun ownership in America. There are plenty of opposition that one can direct their energies toward and not one another.
+1, We really need to bring our energies together instead of bickering and argueing about small details, if we could do that, the 2A movement would be much stronger. If gun goes Boom and is reasonably reliable what is not to like?:D
December 15, 2008, 11:25 PM
I dunno if that sticky's necessary anymore, honestly. It was a response to a huge spate of "hate" threads awhile back. Someone started with "who hates whatevers?" or something, and by the end of the week, there were 10 or 15 of them, for every brand you can think of.
I haven't seen a single one since.