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Last Purchase Before AWB?

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Eustachius234, Feb 26, 2009.

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  1. Eustachius234

    Eustachius234 Member

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    What would your last purchase be if they pass the newly proposed AWB?

    Assumptions:
    * Everything is available
    * Money isn't an object
     
  2. crazy-mp

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    Springfield Armory Super Match M1A with the Douglas stainless barrel and a walnut stock. Have wanted one for years, but always see something else at the gun store every time I think, "I am going to put some money back for that."
     
  3. wrc376

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    pelosi dumped the ban

    about ted nugent.... i just wish i had a gun for every album he has put out
     
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  4. moooose102

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    lr-308 match rifle, 10 - 19 round magazines, and 10,000 rounds of ammo!
     
  5. Redneck with a 40

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    The FN-AR my dad just bought is awesome.
     
  6. MIgunguy

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    As much ammo as possible.
     
  7. ThrottleJockey

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    FN 5.7, .50bmg and a M-2. A truck load of ammo, 45,000 pounds of it. And about 10,000 pounds of tannerite, lots of coffee cans and concrete nails.
     
  8. 22lr

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    Id just finish my 1903a3 project and buy a boat load of 30-06 ammo. Then sit back and make those 1500 yard shots that ive been dreaming of. I might consider a few more 15rd mags for my 5906 but im not a big semi automatic rifle guy so....
     
  9. Bill2e

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    Lets stop playing these silly games. Stop with the defeatest attitude, there in no ban yet. Yes I understand the possiblity of one, but post like this seem like we are excepting the fact. Join the NRA & GOA, write you congressmen, work to make sure it does not happen.

    Do not make our Children suffer like we have to from the 86 bs.
     
  10. Deus Machina

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    Absolute last purchase before the ban?

    A bus full of democratic senators.
     
  11. chuckusaret

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    Maybe a M14 sniper rifle 7.62 mm. No place to store anymore ammo. Price was no limit I'd build a ammo bunker
     
  12. Flea

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    Dillon Minigun.

    Hey, you said everything!
     
  13. CWL

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    Let's stop "trolling" here.

    There was some talk of a new proposal...but even Pelosi is afraid to touch anything like a new AWB because she and every Dem knows that they'll be voted out of office if they try to touch gun control. I'm pretty sure that the Dems like their new positions at the Capitol

    There is NO AWB. Unless you know what you're talking about, this is as relevant as another SHTF/Zombies/Convenience store holdup scenario posting.

    I suggest that you bother to follow real news:
    http://thehill.com/leading-the-news...n-reviving-assault-weapon-ban-2009-02-26.html
     
  14. ArmedBear

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    No comment.

    As the son of someone who narrowly escaped the Holocaust, gun bans make me think of something other than what collectibles I can get my hands on.
     
  15. ThrottleJockey

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    "As the son of someone who narrowly escaped the Holocaust, gun bans make me think of something other than what collectibles I can get my hands on."

    Yes the holocaust was bad, but pales by comparison to the little known MASSACRE my grandfather and his parents escaped. Check out this short history lesson most know nothing about.http://www.lewrockwell.com/margolis/margolis45.html
     
  16. Jeff White

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    This thread will be on topic after an AWB is passed. Until then it's just more hand wringing and fear mongering.
     
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