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Old 01-19-2013, 01:54 PM   #11
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How about calling them by their rightful moniker. A CIVILIAN version...

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Very good post. All the things you mentioned were banned under the Clinton ASWB for 10 years. The Democrats have been up set because Bush allowed the Clinton ASWB expire. That was one of Clintons Lagacy Bills. Clinton is a hero to the Left. Obama has now added this to his Legacy by enforcing a new ASWB.
The term Assault Weapon was invented by the Left to Demonize one class of firearms. The move now is moving more to a "Racial" tone. The Southern States are being targeted. The Left will move to claim "Gun Loving" white Southerners are really creating a racial barrier. In other words they have more arm than other racial groups.
These Leftest still live in the 1960s. The South has already been attacked by Sharpton, Tom Brokow. Bob Shiever is calling the NRA, Hitler like. This is moving to what the Left hopes are Anti Gun Marches in Atlanta. The country is developing a racial split that will be difficult to repair.
Gun loving southerners we don't have guns he he maybe we do shhh
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I don't know why you people are so hung up on military weapons.

I'm perfectly content with my "Sport Utility Weapons.z"

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I don't know why you people are so hung up on military weapons.

I'm perfectly content with my "Sport Utility Weapons.z"
What're you talking about Willis?... I have a civilian version of a firearm.
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Screw you guys!

I love my Military firearms.. I cant even say its the civilian "version"

I dont like the terminology being used.... "Assault Weapon" and "Military-style" can be a slippery slope.. What exactly are those? I mean the Mauser was the "high-speed death machine" of its day.. Im sure the Arisaka was considered a "assault rifle" back in 1902.....

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The bottom line for me is that by definition, all firearms that are suited for Military use are also suited for Militia use and those are the exact firearms that the 2nd Amendment was designed to Protect.
By Rights we should be able to own a REAL Assault Rifle, full auto and all, without the need to jump through all the ATF, '34 NFA hoops. It's our Right as Citizens of the United States and it's Protected by the 2nd Amendment. Of course that Right has been infringed since 1934 and no one to my knowledge has challenged it in Court to get it over turned.
This is where our "fight" really needs to be going, in being on the offensive and getting all the Unconstitutional laws that are on the books repealed. Once we start doing that then we can Truly have our 2nd Amendment Rights back and use them as our Founding Fathers intended.

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I mean the Mauser was the "high-speed death machine" of its day.. Im sure the Arisaka was considered a "assault rifle" back in 1902.....
Not to mention the SMLE and it's "Hi Cap" 10 round magazine of death. LOL.
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I mean the Mauser was the "high-speed death machine" of its day.. Im sure the Arisaka was considered a "assault rifle" back in 1902.....
Heh I love my Mosin its probably got a higher body count then Obama!
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assault means to take, overun, or to advance on a position. features designed to aid in the assault are considered assault features.
defense weapons are designed to defend. to hold fast. stay or to retreat.

a grenade launcher is an assault feature.

barbed wire is a defensive feature.

now.......

that you have a corner stone, begin the debate.
what is what.
list them and explain each one.

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Nope! It's a clip.
Use the right wording please. It is a high velocity clip.
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Well right now "military feature" means a gun which resides in New York...
I am so against military guns. All you guys need is a colt navy black powder revolver. Sh!t. Wait. Scratch that. It was designed for the military.

I conceed to allow you to carry rocks. Dam¥. Wait, cavemen used those to attack each other.

Ok. You can now posess nothing harder than tire rubber.

Whew! Now we are safe!
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