5/18/2010 9:52pm, #71
By the way, the general public thinking that full auto fire on a rifle is some kind of holy grail of deadliness that semi auto rifles can never match is another example of how most people are ignorant/taught by Hollywood.
5/18/2010 10:07pm, #72HTFU and join Bullshido on Fitocracy!
5/19/2010 7:48am, #73
One serious downside to automatic weapons is the price of ammo.
5/19/2010 12:53pm, #74
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I stand corrected:
I got the (mis)information of the existens of "kits" from a television show on the Dutch EO (Evangelische Omroep = Evangelistic Network) channel years ago (+/- 16 years ago). So my bad to trust the Protestants and spread the info like if it was a truth. Won't happen again.
My personal opinion is still that certain fire arms should not be accesible to the general public, but this MY opinion and not a law or a restrained on the second amendment, so it wouldn't effect anyone here.
To Mr Machet(t)e, while this is a NHB discussion forum, it's not quiet smart to call someone "prole" without knowing this persons capabilities...so good Sir, go **** yourself up the ass with a cactus.Originally Posted by Jiujitsu77Originally Posted by HumanzeeOriginally Posted by jk55299 on Keysi Fighting Method
5/19/2010 3:00pm, #75
As a "progun" person, you claim to not be a member of any organization protecting the Second Amendment civil right and profess to be against all current groups. Cuz they are all partisan. Which, coincidentally enough is what they are supposed to be.
It seems that you project the same behavior through your posts that you accuse the NRA of.
Obtuse? Yeah man, that's me.
5/19/2010 5:58pm, #76
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5/19/2010 6:20pm, #77
5/19/2010 7:48pm, #78
I dont understand your analogy at all. The myth is propagated by people who dont understand how firearms and individual shooters work and function/ perform. What loony people head up and staff the NRA? Its a nonpartisan group and just about the only group that does something for 2nd amendment rights infringements.
Yes, the people who support the NRA seem to be people who you dont agree with in terms of ideology. I think the people who you generally side with have no cares or concerns about 2nd A. so you just happen to be in a minority with little representation. You just cant stand the people that bring attention to an otherwise quiet organization. So hate them but why hate an organization because of the people that support it?
In the aftermath of Katrina the Mayor of New Orlands declared all fire arms are to be banned for the safety of the people. The chief of police called for house to house seizures of privately owned weapons. NRA finally got around to suing and won but there are many unclaimed weapons to this day because most people lost every piece of paper so most cannot prove ownership. No other organization has the desire and ability to tackle these infringements. ACLU as with most civil rights groups seeks and takes on cases they want to defend.
This is the kind of 2nd A. violation is what most people think would not happen in modern day America but it did. Imagine you survive a natural disaster and criminals are roaming the streets looking for easy targets. Next thing you know the local police knock on your door and by threat of force search and seize for any fire arms claiming we will all be safer if we just take them from you. The fallacy of that argument is that criminals will be exempt from confiscation because THEY ARE CRIMINALS AND DONT FOLLOW ORDERS WELL.
5/19/2010 8:08pm, #79
I can't remember which comedian said it: what is needed is not gun control, but bullet control. If every bullet cost $5000 there would be a lot less innocent bystanders.
5/19/2010 9:06pm, #80
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