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Laugh of the Day

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Hawkmoon, Jun 22, 2005.

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  1. Hawkmoon

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    I got curious about the ads I see in some of the gun magazines for blank-firing 1911 replicas, so I did a little web surfing to see what all is available in that line. I found a lot of copnaies selling them, but they all appear to be made by one of three companies.

    Here's the laugh part. Our friends at The Sportsmans Guide are offering a blank-firing replica 1911, in either black or silver finish. You have to be 18 years of age to buy one.

    They also sell the 8mm blank ammo for the pistol. You have to be 21 years of age to buy BLANK ammo for a fake pistol you can buy at age 18.
     
  2. TMM

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    haha! that's a good one.
     
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    Just proof of the increasing IQ of our population thanks to the public school system that eats up higher tax rates every year and successfully manage to deliberately dumbing down America.
     
  5. Hawkmoon

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    Follow-up

    To add to the idiocy, after placing the order I received an e-mail from the company. They can't ship the blank-firing pistol to my state (although they CAN ship a black powder firearm directly to my house).

    But they're sending me the blank ammo, even though I won't have a gun to use it in. How thoughtful of them.
     
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