...........This is another perfect example of the media ignoring positive firearms stories .
I live in Oregon. It made local news, only place I saw it. Guys rifle jammed, cc pulled, guy cleared breech, realized it was over, shot self, true story, many lives saved.firedawg60 said:Also haven't heard a lot about the CC'r in the Oregon mall that stopped the shooter there...without firing a shot.
No because if everyone of us was firing back it would just cause more chaosTackleberry1 said:You guys are being silly...it's just that the body count was not big enough...
...takes a minimum of 17 quarts of blood to make national news.
We just need to get 27 mass killers to target the next FTF barbaque...27 dead azz holes would at least make the Oriley Factor!
What do you mean every one of us? What chaos?No because if everyone of us was firing back it would just cause more chaos
Liberals and there theories
you're right there, what do those reliable people at the Brady bunch say, those .223's and 7.62's are hi power roundsBalota said:(Hint: He'd probably get at least 3 overpenetration kills with single bullets... )
Thanks for the vote of confidence Balota...actually, I meant IF all of us were together and attacked...pretty sure 90% of us would be armed...What do you mean every one of us? What chaos?
Tack was talking about the next time he's barbecuing out back. He's an FTFer, so it would be an FTF barbecue. 27 bad guys, 30 round magazine, he'd have half a dozen rounds left over. (Hint: He'd probably get at least 3 overpenetration kills with single bullets... )
By 7.62 I meant 7.62x39, and .223 and 7.62x39 rifles are not what you would consider high power, they are smaller intermediate cartridges, a high power round would be .338 Lapua, .50 bmg, .458 lot- these are high power, high velocity, full sized rifle cartridges.axxe55 said:FAUSA, 223 and 7.62 rifle rounds are high powered.
most centerfire cartridges are classified as high power. just for your education.
I have always wondered why these guys never seem to attack gun shows, they are typically filled with lots of people.Tackleberry1 said:...makes my scenario pretty implausible...mass killing "Pussies" never seem to pick on those of us who could actually resist them.
What constitutes a round to be high powered, because your definition of high powered must be very vagueaxxe55 said:again you would be mistaken. most all centerfire rifle cartridges are classified as "high powered" do a Google search on "high power rifle cartridges".