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Assault Weapons Defined

Discussion in 'Legal' started by foghornl, May 13, 2003.

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  1. foghornl

    foghornl Member

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    I read this in Issue # 3-20 Brief of "The Federalist" re: Assault Weapons. [from selected reader comments, so other than "The Federalist", I do not know the source] To see the entire issue, and to subscribe, etc. visit the website:

    www.Federalist.com

     
  2. Justin

    Justin Moderator Emeritus

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    Gee, anti-gun halfwits not able to tell the difference between a true assault rifle and a semi-full-bolt-action high-capacity-too-accurate-meant-to-spray-bullets-randomly rifle?

    The horror.:scrutiny:
     
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    Standing Wolf Member in memoriam

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    Aw, darn! Does this mean I have to stop doing that?
     
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    Hkmp5sd Member

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    Yep, a true assault weapon is a select fire weapon. IIRC, the term "assault weapon" was actually coined by Hitler in WWII to describe the intermediate caliber full auto weapons the Germans developed and the Americans and Russians copied.
     
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