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Old 05-21-2013, 11:12 PM   #341
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Generally speaking, going to court for a violation of the law isn't all that amusing, darth.
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Old 05-21-2013, 11:20 PM   #342
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Generally speaking, going to court for a violation of the law isn't all that amusing, darth.
I think that was the point, a cardboard musket isn't a violation of any law.
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Old 05-21-2013, 11:23 PM   #343
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Generally speaking, going to court for a violation of the law isn't all that amusing, darth.
Bull spit. It'll be phucking hilarious to watch someone trying to prosecute a man for an undecorated simple cardboard cut out of a musket. A paper imitation of a rifle that's not even illegal itself.
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I had thought about making a Wooden Replica of an AR and still might but I still think the BP Muskets in our way of thinking makes more of a point
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How about if we went in with cardboard cutouts of AR15s?

With the magazines removed, of course.
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How about if we went in with cardboard cutouts of AR15s?

With the magazines removed, of course.
well, better hope it doesn't rain or then you'd look silly
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But at least our real guns wouldn't

get rusty. The big plus here is

if we got incarcerated, their paperwork

would be doubled...
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But at least our real guns wouldn't

get rusty. The big plus here is

if we got incarcerated, their paperwork

would be doubled...
LOL. or triple if we're using double corrugated.

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LOL. or triple if we're using double corrugated.

"Hey Jim! lemme see that box knife . I wanna make mine an SBR and really piss em off!"
Bwah ha ha ha!! There goes my glass of water...
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Actually it wouldn't be so bad to have a mix of everything. Cardboard guns, BP, airsoft, toy guns, water pistols. Whatever you can bring and are comfortable carrying. I wonder if there is any law in DC that prohibits taking the orange tip off of a non-firearm?
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