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Now that's what I call a kitchen table in America!

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by 1KPerDay, Mar 23, 2013.

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  1. 1KPerDay

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    BIL brought a friend over who was a WWII buff, so I brought out some steel and wood. :cool:
     
  2. nathan

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    And its cold outside.
     
  3. Lex Luthier

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    Thank you.
     
  4. Hardtarget

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    The spread on your table looks delicious to me! :D Been collecting for a while, haven't you.

    Mark
     
  5. RDCL

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    I could sit at that table for hours!:)

    Russ
     
  6. Ehtereon11B

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    Careful. That might get declared an "arsenal" ;)
     
  7. Bianchi?

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    Actually, the correct term is "armory". Unless they are manufacturing firearms in their kitchen, then it could be called an arsenal.
     
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    Nice guns its whats for breakfast!!
     
  9. buck460XVR

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    What's in the big pot on the stove......ammo?
     
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    Unaccaptable. There's no place for my coffee mug. :)
     
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    Anything there with >10 rd magazines, or would it all pass muster with the antis?
     
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    Looks like gunshows of the future.......
     
  13. Bianchi?

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    The Garands have 8 round clips...not okay in New York, but it looks like everything there is less than 10 rounds.

    But it isn't okay with the antis because there's more than 2 of them.
     
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    We need a "like" button here.
     
  15. Ehtereon11B

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    That is why I put "arsenal" in quotes. Anytime I read a news store about police finding weapons in a house, anymore than 3 is often considered an "arsenal."
     
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    It it corian?
     
  17. lindy

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    Is that a sock laying on the table ?

    Good Shooting

    Lindy
     
  18. bannockburn

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    Wow if that's the main course I can hardly wait to see what's for dessert!
     
  19. 1KPerDay

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    Yeah the pistols are stored in wool socks.
     
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    As already noted, the media routinely misuse the term "arsenal" this way. Just like all the reference to magazine capacity in terms of "bullets." Or magazines as "clips," for that matter. Somebody with access to a national forum needs to write an article on "The Firearms Ill-Literacy of the Media." Show 'em up for how stupid they come across when reporting the news.
     
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