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Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Freightman, Mar 26, 2003.

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  1. Freightman

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  2. Handy

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    Americans are boycotting the war, in some cases refusing to donate blood.

    I would boycott all American products as well.
     
  3. Freightman

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  4. New_comer

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    Errrrrr....


    Did I miss sumthin'? :rolleyes:


    BTW, I have a good one myself... ;)
     
  5. Schuey2002

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    Ummmmm,

    I have no problem with the German guns in my accumulation ..:p
     
  6. Tamara

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    Funny, when my American guns go shooting, my German guns love to come along... :D
     
  7. stretcharmstrong

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    All of you who are disgusted w/your German, American, or any other nationalities gun(s) please mail them to me. I'll make sure they get used....uh, I mean destroyed in the appropriate fashion. :D
     
  8. DonGlock26

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    My overseas pistols were designed in Austria and Switzerland!
     
  9. Schuey2002

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    .. but your Sig P225 and P232 were probably manufactured/assembled in Germany. ;)
     
  10. Nathaniel Firethorn

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    Germans make great vacuum cleaners and guns.

    Lousy cars, software, and politics.

    - pdmoderator
     
  11. Schuey2002

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    BMW?? Mercedes-Benz?? Porsche?? Audi/Volkswagen??

    Lousy cars ?!:scrutiny:

    I take it you don't subscribe to Car and Driver magazine, do you? :rolleyes:
     
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    Lousy cars? :what:
     
  13. hansolo

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    Let's assume you are NOT a fan of Adolph Hitler and/Nazi-ism. (If you ARE, the A.C.L.U. will take care of you, no worries!)

    Hitler pushed for the affordable and reliable VW. I won't buy a VW. I discovered that Gaston Glock is buddies with the Austrian politico who is a big fan of Adolph...I would assume Gaston shares these views. Would that bother you? It bothers me. Hitler is dead. Mr. Glock receives a few dollars for the Glock you buy. Ergo, you are helping to support a Nazi sympathizer when you buy a Glock. A wealthy and influential one.
     
  14. Handy

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    The biggest murderer ever was Stalin. I hope none of you have any Russian firearms designed in the 30s, 40s or 50s.
     
  15. Tamara

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    Here's my condolences for the dislocation of your shoulder from reaching so far on that one... :rolleyes:
     
  16. Gewehr98

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    Luger, Luger, Luger, Luger, Luger!

    And a pic, just to insult Freightman's sensibilities!:neener:

    lugerdoubtfire.gif
     
  17. T.Stahl

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    Oh excrementum! I drive a Jetta (there are four VWs in my family), shoot a Glock and pay church tax (which was introduced by Hitler)! :what:

    In turn I hope no one here drives a Ford, as it was the anti-judaic Henry Ford who inspired Adolf (not Adolph) Hitler to write Mein K(r)ampf*.

    *) sorry for that pun ;)
     
  18. Greg G

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    That's right. Adolph was a big fan of Henry Ford.
     
  19. T.Stahl

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    And vice versa.
     
  20. Handy

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    The point being, whether it's Measel infested blanket givers or a really good car idea by a khaki wearing maniac, there's plenty of reasons to hate just about every nationality ever.

    If you would like to boycott every single product associated with every country that did something awful, start becoming self sufficient - there's blood on everybodies hands.

    Or you can decide that it's often the leadership that makes the mistake, and most normal people in the world are pretty much the same. Your choice.
     
  21. krept

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    I agree with Handy...

    and that's some funny stuff Tam.
     
  22. denfoote

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    Why P38 of course!! The original double action service pistol. One of the best guns ever designed!! :D
     
  23. dump button

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    Schuey2002 wrote:

    "I take it you don't subscribe to Car and Driver magazine, do you?"


    Hmmm. Do you mean the same Car and Driver magazine that's owned by the French?
     
  24. gudel

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    i have german gun, seems like a very well built, no problem using it. great product.
    i guess they dont have french gun, well, if you keep surrendering, what's the point making a gun? :p
     
  25. Schuey2002

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    Who cares?!

    I could have used Road & Track magazine as my example, but they are owned by the same French :barf: (Hachette Fillipacchi Medias, S.A.) company;which happens to be "The World's Largest Publishers"..

    What do you want me to do about it?! I'm not about to stop my subscriptions to either magazine just because their owners like to chew on snails for dinner!!:rolleyes: :barf:
     
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