Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by beeenbag, Oct 29, 2019.
A bit of humor for the day. Also this is a great youtube channel for actual reviews and info.
I agree !! Power tools can be VERY dangerous !
This is what can happen when you get too close to a table saw !
ouch! I work at a trauma center so I unfortunately see stuff like that a lot.
Also can you explain what "full semi-automatic" means? SMH
I’m guessing that was thrown in to give ignorant anti gunners one more thing to wail about.
( I would like to note that I did not state that all antis are ignorant.)
If the libs had their way I'd be out of a job being that I work in a lumber mill every day.
I'm currently taking "driver improvement" because of a recent speeding ticket and they mentioned how driving is the most dangerous thing we do day to day. LMAO if they only knew what I deal with every day.
“Full semi automatic”
It was taken from another misinformed anti-gun "journalist". Kinda like "the shoulder thing that goes up" comment.
Here is the article, ran by CNN of course, where the "full semi automatic" came from. Do your best to keep from being enraged while being fed the blatant ignorance from start to finish.
My 3 year old son ran over while I was watching that, and said "oh, that's naughty. He shouldn't break his saw!"
^^^^^ Your son is smarter than a large number of voting adults. And that there is sad.
That guy (not the CNN idiots) at the end of the clip made me laugh.
I had seen this clip before so I knew what the man in the Saw Video was making fun of.
All he had to do is remove the blade and put a trigger lock on. It would have been equivalent to a locked, unloaded firearm. Sheesh
Post-ban saws will only cycle the blade once with each trigger pull.
Too bad he didn't hit the Lithium battery!
It was a Dewalt. No real loss.
I thought the saw was pro-gun because it wouldn't cut it.
Then I noticed it was just a dewalt...
Dewalt reciprocating saws go back and forth...
From the repair facility to you and back again!
Milwaukee power tools are hard working, good looking, pro 2A(hand tools stand united!) and benevolent to their owners.
They are also not yellow...
(Ok, I'm done!)
I have been hating pretty hard on my 20v dewalt as of lately. No balls, the 18volt stuff I've used is outdated but it worked and worked well and didnt crap out after a month. The saws and oscillating tools are great, the new drills suck.
I use Milwaukee for 12v and I'm about to switch to Milwaukee for everything. Luckily I dont have as much invested in dewalt as my employer does...
THR is not a tool forum...
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