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4 hours ago.
by Shopsteward
Caspiansynn
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Winds of revolution?

Has anyone else noticed that not only the rhetoric but general conversation has changed for the worse since the Newtown shooting? There have always been some crazy ideas coming from the extreme left and right but lately I've noticed that insanity seems to be infecting average citizens as well. People every where are talking rebellion, in bars, restaurants, shoping centers, online news sites, chat rooms, fitness clubs, the list could go on forever. From my observations it appears that the people are angry about health care, taxes, the economy, but mostly its gun rights and all the talk of restrictions and confiscation by the elected officals. Could an attack on the second amendment be the catalist that could launch this great nation into an armed rebellion?

 
 

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Yup and He's just what I thought he is ! Saw abby there and he said he's gonna follow The Donald wherever he goes !

Posted 2 days ago.

Caspiansynn

Slinky, welcome back little buddy. You were gone for a week , did you go to the RNC?

Posted 2 days ago.

Oh and casper , your ignorance is showing on this subject , just thought you should know !

Posted 2 days ago.

No ban on bb guns dopie ! But banning military assqault weapons would help ! No civilian needs a military assault weapon !

Posted 2 days ago.

Coaluser

I have a break barrel .17 cal pellet gun that can be considered a "killing machine". It has killed blackbirds and one possum. Was it designed to kill ?? I'd say yes.

Posted 9 days ago.

Coaluser

Yep.

Posted 9 days ago.

Shopsteward

Now that was a backhand if i have ever seen one ;)

Posted 9 days ago.

Caspiansynn

Please don't ever stop little buddy. I do so enjoy our little chats.

Posted 9 days ago.

Caspiansynn

I'm glad you smile when you read logic, Your posts have kept my friends, employees, business associates and myself laughing for years.

Posted 9 days ago.

Well pump all the crap you like but there is NO COMPARISON between a 75 year old bolt action carbine designed in 1891 and a modern military assault weapon ! But thanks for the idiocy , it made me smile !

Posted 10 days ago.

Caspiansynn

The difference between your ex-military rifle that quite possibly could have been used in an actual military assault at some point in time and an AR-15 that has not now nor ever been used by any military anywhere? Is that the difference you are looking for?

Posted 10 days ago.

Again , do you know the difference ? Because of the way you talk , I dont think you do ! Wiki "military assault weapons" to gain the knowledge you need to make some sense !

Posted 10 days ago.

Caspiansynn

So your is an M-44? Not a bad rifle, most of them shoot very well, 7.62x54 is a very good round at medium ranges. They have been used by many countries to arm their military and continue to be in use today. There is a fair chance that your very weapon might have been used in a military assault at some point in time.

Posted 10 days ago.

moderation

The outrageous position dusty put forth several times, that the newtown massacre was a governmental fabrication to create sympathy for gun control, was not even considered for an evaluation of accuracy or truthfulness, or most appropriately, intelligence. No one said squat.Me thinks your posts, slink, are evaluated with a comparitively different set of rules.

Posted 10 days ago.

moderation

You make some good points, slink.

Posted 10 days ago.

Well past retirment age !

Posted 10 days ago.

Specifically a design that was first made in 1891 , and not a modern military assault weapon ! Nit-picking a bit eh ? Well the carbine M44 was a copy of the M38 with some refinments . So no the weapon itself isnt 135 years old , the design is but it is 72 years old . There ! All better ?

Posted 10 days ago.

Coaluser

You make some great points caspiansynn.

Posted 11 days ago.

Caspiansynn

1891 sorry

Posted 11 days ago.

Caspiansynn

Ah but yours isn't 125 years old now is it? They didn't make a carbine in 1991, the first ones were made around 1907 or 08 I think and they are fairly rare, most of the carbines were made in the 1940s and 50s.

Posted 11 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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