this is better than "cold dead fingers"

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by markw76, Sep 22, 2008.

  1. sweetbeard

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    They will pick us apart bit by bit.. And gun owners will let it happen!
     
  2. markw76

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    Gunners don't tend to band together like Socialists do.
     
  3. sweetbeard

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    Tell that to all the gun owners that say

    " well it is OK to ban .50's because they don't serve a hunting purpose "

    or

    " well we really don't need magazines more than 5 rds "

    We aren't as tight as you think....
     
  4. markw76

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    Takes all kinds.


    If I had a .50, I'd hunt with it. Across the valley, from camp, drinking hot coffee.
     
  5. friskydingo

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    Canadians do stuff?

    i thought they sat around and BS'ed with england.
     
  6. markw76

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    I guess the western provinces are a bit more independent-minded...sorta like the US states.
     
  7. CharlesAFerg

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    What goes into purchasing and owning a Javelin weapon system? Ammunition storage, taxes, legal issues? Igla-1S MANPADS.

    Seriously though, unless civilians own these weapon systems in some type of organized fashion, there will be hardly a difference made if something really, really bad happens and these systems are brought to bear.

    Seems the typical response to firearms today is cut off the ammunition supply somehow.
     

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