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Old 10-17-2011, 07:28 PM   #31
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I asked a friend what the words assault rifle mean and the response was "one of those big automatic things that shoot a lot of bullets when you pull the trigger". So yes, the term "assault rifle" is inappropriate as far as the general public goes. Why not just call it a rifle?

Oh, right. It doesn't illicit the same public response as when you preface it with the word assault.

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Old 10-18-2011, 05:27 AM   #32
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I kind of wondered about the "assault" rifle as well. I expected an M50 the way the media made it sound. Kudos to the kid and the father (or mother) that taught him responsible firearm use.

Assault rifle. Hmmpf. Guess that makes my Sig .40cal a pea shooter.
yup its a pea shooter throw it away and you better go get your self a .45, heck better yet give it to me. just sayin
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It's a wonder "dad" didn't get hauled off to jail for leaving an unlocked gun where his kid could get to it. Laws like that are just an extension of the never-ending effort to disarm the public. What should be done is to teach your kids about proper handling and use of guns from the time they are old enough to know what a gun is.

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My dear old Dad was also quit on the draw with the belt but at least he didn't give me the line about it hurtin him more than me.

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Old 11-01-2011, 07:25 PM   #35
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Man, I've been missing some good fun! I have been purposely ignoring the posts of the TROLL because of their lack of merit and obvious baiting. I should have been keeping up on the cavalry riding in to deal with it.

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