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Gabe Suarez:

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by BADUNAME13, Mar 3, 2007.

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  1. BADUNAME13

    BADUNAME13 Senior Member

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    Gabe Suarez:

    Gents.

    I am glad Zumbo wrote what he wrote! Yes. Know why? Because it showed us what we...students of anti-personnel shooting, are seen as by the American Gun Community.

    Zumbo is just a cough in the pneumonia. The NRA is not far behind (when was the last time they showed an AK on the cover??).

    Listen carefully...its time we stop trying to apologize or justify for training for combat the way we do...and for owning war guns. We train to fight and kill. Don't like it? Piss off.

    I do not have to justify my Kalashnikov nor my Glock...nor do I have to explain to anyone why I practice head shots and shooting on the move. I think duck hunting is stupid and bench rest shooting is a waste of a rifle range. And those who disagree with me are commies.

    These companies that look down their Kerry-like noses at us need to be reminded that the Second Ammendment is about equipping the citizens to kill those who would oppress them and deprive them of freedom. It has abso-f'ing-lutely nothing to do with sport.
     
  2. AK103K

    AK103K Senior Member

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    I always liked Gabe, straight to the point. :D
     
  3. 1911Tuner

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    Hear hear! The founders didn't put 2A in place so that future generations could hunt ducks and shoot at paper targets. It was put there as a last-ditch, final defense against a government gone mad.
     
  4. SoCalShooter

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    That's for me to know and not you!
    I feel like after reading that we should charge a hill or something. Nice. I comtemplated getting an NRA membership today, got a deal through GALCO Int. But honestly I neveer see the benefit of doing so, protecting hunting is one thing, but I believe its necessary to protect all guns, not just hunting weapons.
     
  5. BADUNAME13

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  6. AK103K

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    I agree 110%. Lets hope others, and especially the NRA, get the drift here.
     
  7. TexasRifleman

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    Goofball rant there, makes absolutely no sense and is a completely uneducated statement.

    The NRA has more than one magazine available to members.

    I'm not surprised that "American Hunter" doesn't have an AK on the cover and I've seen plenty of ARs on the cover of "America's First Freedom" magazine.

    What exactly is the point there? Just noise in the static sounds like to me......
     
  8. AK103K

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    Seemed pretty clear to me....

    "These companies that look down their Kerry-like noses at us need to be reminded that the Second Ammendment is about equipping the citizens to kill those who would oppress them and deprive them of freedom. It has abso-f'ing-lutely nothing to do with sport."
     
  9. TexasRifleman

    TexasRifleman Moderator Emeritus

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    And who exactly is that? Again, noise just for the sake of making noise?

    No names, no dates, places, examples? Just noise......
     
  10. BADUNAME13

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    Zumbo said there is no place... called them Terrorist weapons, called for 'other' gun owners' to shun us and a few other things.

    The NRA: Throws us to the dogs, goes along with the AWB, and DOES NOT represent gun owners like myself and Gabe. (I'm guessing you are not aware of who he is?)

    I like black rifles. I hunt and own hunting guns, but I only use them when my buddies need a hunting buddy.
    I spend $1,000's on guns, ammo training... and give to those organizations which support me.

    I have NOTHING to do with 'Apeasers'

    Edited to add: Who needs dates, names... ???
    I don't understand.
     
  11. Diamondback

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    "...and then her were three". Well...looks like I just found a third that doesn't speek for me re : RKBA : Jim Zumbo. Ted Nugent, and now Suarez.
    I don't own a EBR....have no interest. However, I will defend every law abiding citizens right under the Constitution to own one. But not with this tone of voice......
    - regards
     
  12. El Tejon

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    Texas. my guess would be Colt and Ruger.

    Nomad, the NRA fought the AWB back in the early '90s and was the reason the AWB was not passed 3 years earlier. The NRA sometimes leaves a lot to be desired (e.g., it seemingly thinks its mission is to assist sport, rather than civil rights), however it is incorrect to claim that it did not fight the SSA of '94.

    The NRA has show many, many eeevil black guns on the cover of the American Rifleman. They even sell books on evil black guns and sponsor matches where they are used.
     
  13. TexasRifleman

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    I know all too well who he is, and the things he says which is why I say it's just noise in the static, as usual.

    What has HE done in advancement of the Second Amendment to stand and throw stones?

    You are happy to align youself with someone that says that*? Really?

    * (Assuming he actually said that, I see no link or anything to prove he did)
     
  14. AK103K

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    What have you, or any of us done?

    I think you may have missed his point there. Its a "fill in the blank" statement.
     
  15. TexasRifleman

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    More than stand there and complain.

    Huh? It says "I think duck hunting is stupid and bench rest shooting is a waste of a rifle range. And those who disagree with me are commies."

    Again, if someone would post a link to the original writing it may make more sense, but as posted here it seems like a pretty assinine thing to say.
     
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    Instead of filling up pages and pages and pages of "more RKBA than thou" type posts, guys, why don't you do something useful with your time and go call or write to your Reps about HB 1022?

    Do it now...

    Closed, for flames, fatuous and far-fetched flagellation, and finger-pointing.

    pax
     
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