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Any other Vegetarian Gun Nuts on here?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by brookstexas, Jun 20, 2003.

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  1. brookstexas

    brookstexas member

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    Ok, I'm a Vegetarian, non-hunting, gun carrying Second Amendment advocate. I know at least three more, any on this board?
    BT
     
  2. jsalcedo

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    I've been a vegetarian since 1975.

    I don't hunt or fish but I have no problem with others doing it ethically and humanely.

    The weird thing is I'm very conservative / libertarian and I don't
    push my values on other folks.

    Yes I'm a gun nut, carry for self defense have a Curio and relics license.

    If it came down to a me vs the animal or life or death food situation the animal would be sacrificed.
     
  3. Freedspeak

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    Actually I know a Vegan that shoots clays and skeet.

    He also cleans out any humas and pita we have in the house when he comes over! ;)


    (question to vegans and veg's) Why are you always so hungry?
     
  4. Shmackey

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    Count me in.
     
  5. gunsmith

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    I was a strict vegan for awhile (10yrs)

    now I eat fish and some fowl...my girlfriend wants me to
    take up hunting so she can use some of her javalina recipe's
    but I find it very difficult to shoot anything thats not a threat.
    I was shopping in the big veggie health food store here in frisco called "rainbow" getting organic veggies,rice milk,seaweed,organic trail mix,tofu etc wearing a NRA hat
    you should have seen the scowling and dirty looks!
    one guy asked me if I was "really" in the NRA and if so why was I shopping here? I said "I don't need to shoot animals,they don't piss me off" (he had no more questions) ....if a bear was charging me and did not run from
    the warning shot,I would not hesitate to shoot,I might hesitate to shoot a dog cause I had a big scary rottie mix and the dogs dont scare me much...I have worked in health food stores and
    organic farms and I love using the "new age mumbo jumbo"
    to prove that guns are a spiritual neccessity........
    EVERY vegetarian needs to read this!
    http://www.keepandbeararms.com/information/tao.asp
     
  6. cordex

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    "Warning shot" for a charging bear?

    I'll be having coffee with one in about fourty-five minutes. New to gun ownership, but he's been a vegie-burger for a while.
     
  7. Meow

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    Here!
    Carnivore: Old Native American Term for "Unskilled Farmer"

    No, I'm not a New Ager, I'm a "Bible Thumping Vegitarian"
     
  8. Wildalaska

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    Hi I am semi veg, eat lots of Tofu and other odd stuff (to western palates at least)...

    WilddriedsquidAlaska
     
  9. only1asterisk

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    While I am omnivorous, I have converted a few veggites! (to gun owners, not meat eaters) But what does diet have to do with guns?

    Dave
     
  10. Don Gwinn

    Don Gwinn Moderator Emeritus

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    Couldn't tell ya. I suppose I can understand how a man could come around to vegetarianism, but eating tofu?
    On purpose?

    :neener:
     
  11. Tamara

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    I always thought vegetables were what food ate.

    Good point.
     
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