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American Range Trip day

Discussion in 'Legal' started by skidmark, Jun 15, 2006.

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  1. skidmark

    skidmark Member

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    Kim passes on a good idea.

    stay safe.

    skidmark
     
  2. Mongo the Mutterer

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    The target thing is a great idea... I have about 50 laying around my office.

    Package em up and send em to the UN... Hmmm...:evil:
     
  3. TX1911fan

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    Maybe I'm being a little cautious here, but I think sending targets could be perceived as a threat of violence. I'm certain that if I sent one the the President, I'd get a visit from the Secret Service. Don't know if anything similar would happen if you send them to Kofi. Just a thought.
     
  4. skidmark

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    I do not understand how you can impute a threat from a used target - especially a bullseye-type target.

    All it does is demonstrate your proficiency (or lack thereof) with small arms - you know, those things the UN wants to ban.

    I'm planing on signing mine, with a note about how enjoyable my session at the range was as I practiced concentration, (self) discipline, and mental & physival relaxation, as well as contributiong to the economy of my locality. I'm going to ask why the UN wants to prevent me from continuing to enjoy those things.

    If some official does see some sort of "threat" in the sending of targets, I'll just have to ask how that leap of intellect was accomplished.

    stay safe.

    skidmark
     
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