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Los Angeles gun roundup gets only one gun

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by CZRyan, Apr 29, 2007.

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  1. CZRyan

    CZRyan Member

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    I saw this in the paper today.

    http://www.dailynews.com/search/ci_5771307

    Thought you would get a kick out of it. Just what is a SSK rifle anyway??:confused:

    You have to love the way the press and the police play this up as a big deal.
     
  2. TheDisturbed1

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    A mis-spelled SKS? :D

    That is funny tho... I would not hand over my gun anywhere, ESPECIALLY L.A.
     
  3. Randy in Arizona

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    Actually it is too long and has no select fire capability, but let the fool gush for the media.org clowns.:cuss: :cuss:
     
  4. Apple a Day

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    Wow, I always thought of an SKS as a cheap plinker. I never knew it was "The Ultimate Weapon". Then again, I thought the human mind was the ultimate weapon; which explained why the newsies want everyone unarmed just like they are.
     
  5. runfrumu

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    WOW WOW WOW!! They got the big one!! And enough ammo to blow away 59, count em, 59 bystanders!!!

    whoever wrote that is being a little overly dramatic.
     
  6. Heavy Metal Hero

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    Why do you think all of our special forces use it? :barf:
     
  7. qajaq59

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    Whew!!! That's better.

    Now I can go to LA and be safe. Yeah, sure I can.....


    Personally, I think ignorant reporters are far more dangerous then guns are.
     
  8. Baldy518

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    Did the REALLY get an assault rifle? I doubt it. A REAL assault rifle is Fully Automatic. It was successful, though. They got 1 gun "off the streets".
     
  9. Gerald in Ga

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    The sks was probably one from the evidence locker and the guy who turned it in must have been a cop.
     
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    At the bottom, there's a place for comments. Be sure and leave yours.
     
  11. Nicky Santoro

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    Amazing! With the departure of Daryl Gates, the average IQ of the LAPD automatically doubled to 60. I see that they are still maintaing their fine edge.
     
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    :neener: Super-Duper-Evil-Lead sprayer-of-Ultimate-Doom! and its so short the gangster could swing it around inside the car and shoot out the other window in about 1.5234 seconds!!! (DOUBLE DRIVE-BY) :rolleyes:
     
  13. glennv

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    They should celebrate the anniversary of the LA riots by giving away guns! If your business survived the fires you probably use a gun to defend it from the waves of looters.

    One of the reasons I like the second grade. I still thought there was a chance that CA would fall into the Pacific, with all of their electoral votes.
     
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    Wow. Biased much?
     
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    "It's the big one!" said chief of police Fred Sanford as he chastized son Lamont for possession of such a dangerous weapon. Joe
     
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    I went to the JD Jones website,and their SSK rifle is a bolt action hunting rifle that looks really expensive.If some dolt turned this one in he should turn himself into the looney bin!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    And the citizens have spoken. Wisely, they'd rather have the means to defend themselves. They're not as stupid as the "powers" seem to think they are. Good for them (the citizens).
     
  18. Gustav

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    LOL
    I really enjoyed the comment made "Its like catching the big one"
    Pathetic if this is THE biggest one he has seen I would never want to go fishing with him as a minnow would be a whale if he ever caught anything.:evil:
    ROTFLMAO
    Well at least they only got ONE gun!
     
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    SSK....hmm...Lets be nice and give them an easy misspelling, esp since they are liberal media nuts who shy away from guns like vampires to crosses. As for the 59 "crowd killing" rounds....Pffts.... Ultimate drive-by weapon? I guarantee the first time someone uses an SKS in a Drive-By, they won't do it again. Those things are a lot louder than a 9mm, and the casings would bounce around every where, burning everyone in the car. And for the record, that gun wasn't "On the streets, yo." It was in some guy's closet. Hardly a danger to children and nuns.
     
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    I think after the first or second round it would be ( Byrunners!).:rolleyes:
    How fast can you shoot in a drive by to hit 59 byrunners?:scrutiny:
     
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    just left a comment on the site. of course signed THR
     
  22. torpid

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    No, you took one gun out of a closet.
     
  23. Sage of Seattle

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    So. When do you graduate? :neener:



    Sorry, I just had to take the shot!

    So, let's see... they had people lined up practically around the block for FOOD, there is a desperate need for JOBS and MONEY, yet all of this activity seemingly surrounded a gun turn-in? Idiocy.

    Even the gun buy-backs work better because people are at least getting a smidge of what they really want and need.
     
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    I read the article yesterday. What a joke. Couldn't even spell SKS correctly.
    And 59 rounds...20 min at the range...at most if you're firing 1 round per second and reloading 20 round magazines 5 min at most.
     
  25. The Good

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    man i could have used the ULTIMATE WEAPON.
    maybe this article will help society when street criminals see it and decide they need to get their hands on these ultimate weapons and throw out their old pieces
     
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