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Old 01-25-2013, 09:35 PM   #31
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Because history has proven that having a military style rifle is necessary to survive in this world. Look at the Rodney King riots. The police stood by while LA was looted and vandalized. After natural disasters there is no law enforcement until the National Guard is there to back up the police. Once the National guard arrives sometimes the police get out of hand and start looting themselves. Like after Katrina police came in from out of state claiming to be there to help the local police. Instead they stole every thing they could get their hands on. Areas where people respected and even loved the police the people still don't trust the police.

That is why I need an AR-15.

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Old 01-27-2013, 03:01 AM   #32
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Great responses to this thread.

Picked up 7 more 30 round mags today (clips whatever) taping, glueing three together as one unit. That way, it makes a built-in wide stance bipod and holds 90 rounds. Dust covers make good feet for the magazines.

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The 2nd Amendment was drafted and approved so the 'militia' (every citizen who is not an agent of the government) could be armed with the same weapons as those in military service, which was a musket. The modern day 'musket' is a M-16/M-4. But because the government banned the ownership of ASSAULT WEAPONS (true military weapons) by most average people in the 30's (NFA) all we have left is the semi-auto version the AR-15.
We NEED then just as much, if not more, today as the day the Constitution was adopted and approved.
The 2nd Amendment is the 'enforcement clause' of the Constitution. The progressive MUST disarm us to control us.
With the arms goes the power!!!

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I have nothing against them, they are just not my cup of tea. I just love the fine walnut and blued steel of a classic bolt action sporter or of a fine falling block single shot. I own no autoloaders at all. Even my shotguns are either side by side or over and under doubles. I do have two classic pump action repeaters though; a Model 12 Winchester in 28 gauge and a Model 42 which is the .410 version.
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I don't need an AR-15.... But then again, besides breathe and eat and sleep and poop and pee, I didn't really need to do anything else in my life up to this point....

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"If tyranny and oppression ever come to this land it will be in the guise of fighting a foreign enemy. "

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I made this up a while back.

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None of their D**N business. It's not a "Bill of Needs".

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None of their D**N business. It's not a "Bill of Needs".

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