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A Gun Shop with an Intresting since of Humor...

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Zedicus, Jul 19, 2003.

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  1. Zedicus

    Zedicus Member

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  2. J Miller

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    WOW!!!!

    I haven't seen that many guns on a gun shop rack in years.
    Love the attitude too.
     
  3. KC

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    "OUT OF STATE BUYERS CAN PURCHASE RIFLES & SHOTGUNS OF ALL TYPES AFTER AN "INSTANT CHECK". "

    WOO-HOO!! Way to go, Idaho!
    (Sorry, couldn't resist:D ) Seriously, given the BS I have to go thru to buy a rifle in my state, nevermind a pistol, this sounds great.
     
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    IT NOT FAIR!!!:fire: :cuss:
     
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    :D :D :D :D :D
     
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    The three most "dangerous", spelled interesting places in the world are, in no particular order, the following. Good, well stocked liquor stores. Similarly endowed book shops. Similarly endowed gun shops.

    Re this last, this establishment would appear to stand quite high on any listing thereof.
     
  7. Standing Wolf

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    I love it!
     
  8. Moparmike

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    [wipes drool away from keyboard]
    [shorts out keyboard]
    [gets other keyboard to type this]

    DAMN!!! I wish I could live near there! I love it! Makes me want a '74 rusty C/K with a lift kit and Super Swampers with hound dogs in the bed of it so that I can have all those bumper stickers!

    Note to self: Ask truck-driver stepdad to take me up to Idaho and load up trailer with guns.
     
  9. Zedicus

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    Now if only we could entice the Owner into Hanging out on THR....:D
     
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    :scrutiny:

    So I could SERIOUSLY go in there, buy an AR, Uzi and whatever other cool toys they have even though I don't live there?

    Is that for real?

    If so, I'm going to Idaho. Anyone else care to join me? 45R?
     
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    Cool! Looks like the inside of the "GunRack" in Kernersville NC.
    He just moved within five minutes of my house! So sweet!
     
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    What's up with the gay bashing though? It's crap like that which winds up being the "evidence" used against us when anti's start harping on us being a bunch of idiot red-neck inbred morons.
     
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    While you're at it, what's up with the liberal-bashing?
     
  14. Don Gwinn

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    Oh, joy, they "neutralize faggots." Mine are so acidic.
    And they "skin camels" and "unwind turbans," too. How nice.

    :rolleyes:

    Nice selection of rifles, though.
     
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    Unfortunately, the internet isnt picky about who it gives a soapbox to.
     
  16. Cal4D4

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    WoW! A toy store with attitude. I'm a bit "put off" by his caustic position, but not by his openness. Whatever his views, he has had the pleasure of listening to their polar opposites in the general mass media for decades. Baseless bigotry is rude, but let's not be too thin skinned.
     
  17. Drjones

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    Ummm....Okaaaaaaaaaayyyyyy......

    I was too busy looking at the pictures of all the sweet toys and thinking of the possibilities when I read this:

    Call me narrow-minded if you want....I didn't even notice the other stuff you guys are ranting about...
     
  18. Edward429451

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    So yall's good to go on the 2nd, but have thrown the 1st out the window?

    This is America. Quit whining.
     
  19. Moparmike

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    Well now, I didnt say that. Just because someone promotes the virtues of one thing doesnt mean that all of their opinions are excellent and should be associated with the other statements. Unfortuantely, the comments could be misconstrued and twisted to say that all gun owners belive X because one gun owner believes X. Yay media reporting.:cuss:
     
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    First Amendment ...?

    The First Amendment is a restriction upon government. It does not and cannot restrict the rights of private citizens to say what they wish.

    The guy has the legal First Amendment right to express opinions I personally find deplorable.

    The rest of us have the legal First Amendment right to verbally deplore his opinions, to take our eyes and ears elsewhere, and to refrain from giving him a soap box from which to shout his repugnant views.

    That this guy wants to "unwind turbans" and "neutralize faggots" is hardly High Road material, not worth propagating or laughing at. Certainly it isn't conduct Oleg wants in his living room.

    Thread closed.

    pax

    For the first time in our history the weird and the stupid and the coarse are becoming our cultural norm, even our cultural ideal. -- Carl Bernstein

    The sky is falling! -- Chicken Little
     
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