H-S Precision endorsed by murderer

Discussion in 'The Club House' started by cpttango30, Dec 7, 2008.

  1. JiroZero713

    JiroZero713 Active Member

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    I don't understand.

    *edit Googled the guy.

    Don't know the details on it....looks like he was snipping during a hostage situation? Or just do it for the fun of it?
     
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  2. Dillinger

    Dillinger New Member

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    Yeah, I can't read anything off the link bro - what are you referring too? Who's the murderer that is endorsing the product???

    JD
     
  3. JiroZero713

    JiroZero713 Active Member

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    I wouldn't give a rat's butt about using a gun a 'murderer' endorses. If it's the best rifle on the market...it's the best. Not going to say I'm going to use it though...but I mean come on....if everyone felt bad for using a gun a 'bad guy' used then I must be at fault for shooting at metal targets every now and then for endorsing murderers.
     
  4. Benning Boy

    Benning Boy New Member

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    IIRC, ATF was involved. Is ATF cool with this guy endorsing a gun?
     
  5. cpttango30

    cpttango30 New Member

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    It is not just the rifles they manufacture it is the stocks that Remington Savage and other rifle manufactures use on their rifles.

    The guy shot an unarmed women hold her child. If you want to use a rifle or stock that he endorses go right a head I for one will not.

    Think Ruby Ridge.
     
  6. Bullpupben

    Bullpupben New Member

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    I want you to slow down for a moment and consider what your saying..

    Do you own any AK-47 variants? They are the symbol of every terrorist

    How about AR-15s? That was the weapon of choice of the D.C. sniper

    Glocks? They are the hottest items on middle eastern black markets right now

    You need to blame the person and not the tool. Did H-S precision kill those two people? If they assisted in any way in the killing, it would be in making high quality stocks which have served our soldiers and police hundreds and thousands of times in the killing of both terrorists and criminals. I'm sure every gun in your collection has been used at some point in history by some person in this world to murder someone.

    Although maybe the OP is right, we would probably be better off banning any weapon that is ever used to commit a murder. It would save countless lives, am I right?
     
  7. wildbill

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    Lon Horiuchi......NWO's Chief Enforcer???

    Gentlemen......What this article is saying, in a 'discreet' manner, is prepare for the onslaught of the New World Order (NWO) as that is EXACTLY how it will be if and as all the elected (self-elected as well as 'ghost-elected'!) believers and enforcers of the NWO position themselves for the onslaught!!! NO...I am NOT a Branch-Davidian or 'Start Your Own Compound' enthusiast.....FAR FROM IT!!! I am a Marine who loves this country and will fight and die for it, if need be, but for our COUNTRY.....not for those who abuse their power or position or WANT TO 'GET EVEN' for an assasination attempt on his or his Daddy's life!!! For those of you who have any spare time (Nowadays working 2 or 3 jobs too support your families is time consuming and has been brought too you by your 'elected' officials....the same ones who want us too sit at home so they know where we are and what we're doing and DO NOT want us to know what THEY are doing nor want us to own weapons!), do some research on some of our past Commander in Chiefs and check out their affiliation with certain groups and fraternities!!!!! The 'dirty little secrets' most of them prefer we don't know about. George Washington all the way too 'very, very recent' presidents and their father(s) belonged to, at least, one of these 'clubs' who secretly aid in the 'blueprinting' and construction of the oncoming times and 'exclusive control'.
    That fraternal order is one of the 'influences' of the NWO and it is 'shock and awe' all the way for what is represented by the organization (There is a CERTAIN video with a president and his father BOTH at a certain 'orchard' attending one of the ritualistic meetings which was secretly filmed and published). Myself and a lot of well educated friends and acuaintances of mine, as well as some writers and journalists, are concerned about the members and affiliates of organizations such as these and the reasons are apparent when you read articles like the one about Lon Horiuchi!! QUESTION AUTHORITY!!!!
     
  8. Benning Boy

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    I don't think the OP was suggesting banning the gun. I think he is saying that the company's choice of endorsers was in poor taste.

    If I started a knife company, getting O.J. to endorse my knives would surely get me noticed, in a bad way. Nor would I get Hitler to endorse my shower heads.

    Ruby Ridge still doesn't sit well with most people. Just because someone kills with your gun does not suggest that you should seek out the shooter for endorsements of your new products.
     
  9. cpttango30

    cpttango30 New Member

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    Where did I say ban guns. Oh yah right Nowhere.

    No I don't own any AK or SKS guns. Nor do I own an Ar or a Glock. Dang I just own some bolt guns.

    I don't care what people do with guns. I care that this company is endorsed by a wanten murderer The man shot a unarmed women in the head while holding her child.

    Not sure you want to be placed in the same league as him do you?

    I am simply saying that maybe if they want him to indrose their products that we should let them know we don't like it.

    Buy what you want I really don't care. I was looking to order an H-S stock for my m700 but now I will not.
     
  10. Bullpupben

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    Re-reading everything I probably jumped the gun a fair bit.. no pun intended.

    In H-S precisions defense I doubt they knew about the incident, as they cite him as a "program manager" and not as a sniper.

    For the record I don't have any special fondness for H-S precision and would probably never buy one myself.. I prefer wood.

    My apologies for the OP for taking what he said out of context.
     
  11. dragunovsks

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    I would have to agree, just because a murderur used or likes thier product doesn't mean that the product is bad.

    Good point with the AK/SKS statement, they are the weapon of choice for terrorist groups around the world. I would still like to have one some day.

    Maybe he does endorse them, but does H-S Precision acknowledge the endorsement?
     
  12. gorknoids

    gorknoids New Member

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    I have to agree with the Orenthal J. Simpson comparison. Is this legitimate? Huariuchi was at Waco also.