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Roanoke Firearms (the place that sold the murderer his firearms) needs help!

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by gregma, Apr 19, 2007.

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  1. gregma

    gregma Member

    Mar 30, 2007
    Looks like they have taken down their website (http://www.roanokefirearms.com/) and have left the following in it's place (those who live close enough needs to get down to that place and buy something! Let's let them know we support them fully! We can't let them stand alone!:

    Website Is Temporarily Down

    Note from all of us at Roanoke Firearms:

    To those of you who came to this site to send messages of encouragement -- we appreciate your concern, kindness, and goodwill. We are as troubled by this trajedy as much as anyone, except, of course, those who lost friends or loved ones,

    and your words of support mean a great deal to us.

    To those of you who came here to send hateful emails -- you are entitled to your opinion, no matter how misguided and inappropriate it may be. How many of you called the company who sold Timothy McVeigh the diesel fuel or fertilizer he

    used to make the bomb in Oklahoma City, or the company who rented him the Ryder truck? Should we outlaw diesel fuel and trucks? How many of you read about a drunk driver who crosses the center line and kills a family, then call the

    dealership who sold him the car? Should we outlaw automobiles? If we ban silverware, do you think there would be no more obesity?

    One individual bears the responsibility for the heinous acts committed at Virginia Tech, and that is Cho Seung-Hui. If you think otherwise, you have not thought this through. Please be adult enough to reach out and help

    someone in need, rather than leaving anonymous, vitriolic emails on our site.

    God bless us all.

    Website Updated April 18, 2007 @ 18:00
  2. 98C5

    98C5 Member

    Mar 8, 2007
    SW Va
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