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Old 12-22-2010, 12:15 PM   #11
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i get my targets from ops gear they have the top twelve guys would like to get a shot off at well all but one and i cant post his name here lmao. but there is hugo chavez/ saddam hussian/ idi amin/ abdiminjab just to name a couple and i wouldnt worry about those folks it is just paper if they dont like your choice of targets it is just to bad this is supposed to still be america where we have the freedom of choice for right now anyway. though i see much of our freedoms going down the crapper given the pols who are running this country.

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Excellent buy. I think you will be very pleased with the M&P. I've carried one for almost three years now and I have nothing bad to say about it. I've had zero malfunctions in thousands of rounds using nothing but WWB and defensive ammo. Its definitely a reliable and solid firearm.


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They are sold at my gun club. We actually had some protests by human rights organizations about our targets, they wanted us to stop using anything that looked like a person.
Tell them to move to MA - where its against the law to shoot at silhouettes, let alone zombie Osama.
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They are sold at my gun club. We actually had some protests by human rights organizations about our targets, they wanted us to stop using anything that looked like a person.

Time to start using targets that look like human rights workers. The odd thing about this is that a human rights organization would come to the defense of cardboard. These people obviously don't have enough to do.
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You're joking, right?
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Tell them to move to MA - where its against the law to shoot at silhouettes, let alone zombie Osama.
Some one could make a fortune with 3D targets. Molded full size replicas with a front and back. I think I am on to something here.
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Some one could make a fortune with 3D targets. Molded full size replicas with a front and back. I think I am on to something here.


Make one that spurts movie blood, and I'll be your first customer.
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