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K Mart (Australia) gun paranoia

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Bruce in West Oz, Sep 22, 2003.

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  1. Bruce in West Oz

    Bruce in West Oz Member

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    From the Sporting Shooters Association of Australia website:

    :cuss: :fire:

    K Mart had better brace themselves for the backlash over this ....

    (NOTE: K Mart Australia is totally independent of K Mart USA ... they just have similar morons running the show apparently.)

    Bruce
     
  2. Justin

    Justin Moderator Staff Member

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    Seems like these kind of incidents pop up every so often. Believe it or not, there have been a couple of times where this has happened in the USA as well.

    Seems like a good reason to buy a digital camera.
     
  3. C.R.Sam

    C.R.Sam Moderator Emeritus

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    Bureau of Darkroom control.
    Coming soon.:rolleyes:

    Sam
     
  4. foghornl

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    Or maybe process your own film. Maybe use polariod only, if 'ya don't have a digi-cam.
     
  5. HankB

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    Knowledge is power.

    Knowing the Australian K-Mart's are doing this, it should be regarded as an opportunity.

    Take pictures of guns . . . masked men holding guns . . . men in turbans holding guns . . . pictures of Australian landmarks . . . and sign in the film using the name & address of some leftist politician in Queensland.
     
  6. fmjcafe

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    LOL! Excellent thinking HankB
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  7. armabill

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    Resort to using a digital camera.
     
  8. JeepDriver

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    Thank God I bought a digital Camera!

    I'd hate to see the amount of cops that would raid my place after getting film developed at Target.
     
  9. armabill

    armabill Member

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    I had the same thought awhile back. That's why I bought a digital camera. Plus you save on developing. My printer takes the card for processing or I can hook it up to the computer.

    I never thought that I would use it as much as I have.
     
  10. badgerrr

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    Stupid stuff like this is why, here in the States, I would never own a dewat machine gun.

    There seems to be a never ending stream of stories about dewat owners being turned in by a snoopy neighbor or photo shoppe attendant for their having a "machine gun". Jack booted thugs burst down the door....good people get shot....property gets trashed....court room/lawyer time gets consumed.....all over a stupid dewat.

    :fire: :cuss: :banghead:
     
  11. Travis McGee

    Travis McGee Member

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    In my RKBA novel, I turn this picture-paranoia around 180*. After semi-autos are banned, gun owners send thousands of photos of the guns they will refuse to turn in to the White House and FBI as a warning.

    Matt

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