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keep the U.S.A. safe from assault guns

Discussion in 'Legal' started by nightstick, Jul 16, 2006.

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  1. nightstick

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    You mean that they have not been able to document even a single episode of spontaneous violence? :what:
     
  3. Rabbi

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    H-m-m-m-m-m-m-m-m-m
     
  4. mordechaianiliewicz

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    I love the satire.
     
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    Oh, that's funny! I think I'll have to send them a donation.

    If they ever collect enough to buy that Barrett .50, I'll volunteer to give them a safe place to keep it. :)
     
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    Years back there was somebody who kept a "S&W cam" online, just so you watch his revolver go bezerk and start killing people, all by itself.

    Ah, yes, here it is: Robert Frenchu's S&W cam.
     
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    LOL those are hilarious!
    When will the public wake up to the growing problem of drive by bayonettings?!! :neener:
     
  8. ConstitutionCowboy

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    Hey Guys, My Wife Figgered It Out ---

    Both of these guns are depressed. They're just sittin' there, uncaressed, unfondled, gettin' dusty, no one payin' em any attention. You wouldn't go off if no one fondled you, either...:(

    Maybe if each had a mate...;)

    Woody

    [p] If you want security, buy a gun. If you want freedom, carry it. If you want longevity, learn how to use it. B.E.Wood [/p]

    [p] It's 7:pM CDT. Have you fondled your gun today? B.E.Wood [/p]
     
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    My next pistol purchase

    I love that the April 6, 2005 note in the "Latest News" section of the page says that the Brady Campaign has ID'ed the FN Five-seveN as a dangerous assault pistol. I appreciate info like that from the Bradys and this assault weapons page...now I know what my next pistol purchase will be :evil:
     
  10. Stickjockey

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    Assault Gun?

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  11. rev214

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    drive-by bayonetings ???

    :what:

    i dunno about that, but the bugs flyin' in the truck window this time of year are murder...
     
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    Given that "assault weapons" have SELECTIVE FIRE CAPABILITY, an that in-so-far as the National Firearms Act of 1934 stands guard over the nations virginity re such firearms, I wonder as to where the mob linked by nightstick has been hiding all these years, or might hiding recently be a better term?

    Otherwise, re this organization, a new name to my ear, where do they come by the baloney they are selling?
     
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    What was that thing flying over your head?
     
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