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A battlefield type weapon should remain on the battlefield — not in the hands of
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GrimShaw  Wrote: (02-22-2021 03:57 AM)
Quote:The only real difference between my M16 I used as a Marine and AR-15 is my M16 fired nonstop while AR-15 requires pulling trigger every time.

the armalite 15 isn't a mbr

That is a bit ambiguous.. I don't think this guy was calling them either, Main Battle Rifles or Modular Breakdown Rifles(don't they all do that?) but comparing what they do when used on live targets ,the only difference being you need to mash the trigger instead of holding it down... seems to me the ammunition used in all of them is designed to leave huge exit wounds.

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Knives (and cars) are used by criminals to kill exponentially more people than
long barrel sporting rifles. So your point is meaningless to sane readers.
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And Australian DickWeeds Should Remain In Australia.
Locked In Mental Health Institutions.

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Your mother!
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spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (02-21-2021 07:24 AM)


I understand people have strong views when it comes to guns. And that’s alright. But at some point we need to have real conversations without all the crazy emotion. Americans are dying and just because it wasn’t you or me this time doesn’t mean it can’t be one of us next time. 2/

I’ve traveled roughly 30 states across America which I’m sure is more than most Americans. I’ve had the chance to see many parts of our country and understand why a gun for self defense at times makes perfect sense. So to be clear I’m not against 2A or anyone owning a gun. 3/

I’m just against civilians having access to same type war like weapon I did as a Marine. You’ll say, “that’s crazy.” But hear me out. The only real difference between my M16 I used as a Marine and AR-15 is my M16 fired nonstop while AR-15 requires pulling trigger every time. 4/

Now some will change the argument from self defense to 2A and forming militias to fight against a so-called hostile government. OK. Now help me understand how you expect to take on all those stealth fighters, F-16’s, drones, tanks, etc. with your AR-15’s? Please keep it real. 5/

If it’s truly about self defense then why an AR-15 which can shoot across 5 football fields? Yes 500 yards or more in certain cases. Essentially you could sit in the comfort of your home and shoot over .25 mile and the person on the other end wouldn’t even know what hit them. 6/

Now to some the AR-15’s long range firing capability may not mean much. But that’s just part of it. The AR-15’s power is meant to do some serious damage and killing (exactly like on the battlefield) — to destroy flesh and practically leave an ‘irreparable’ large exit wound. 7/

Bottom line I (and most for gun reform) don’t take issue with 2A or your ability to have a gun like Lauren Boebert/others would have you believe. So please don’t misunderstand. But a battlefield type weapon should remain on the battlefield — not in the hands of civilians. Why?

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Most times I take Americans like this with a grain of salt. However, "mr ex marine" is forgetting one tiny but simple fact in his tirade against a rifle.
That simple face it the AR platform can be chambered in different calibers.
So yes, a 7.62 X 51 can shoot across a football field, but a 5.56 will not do as much. chambering is very important when you talk about "how powerful" a rifle/round is.

Also... Mr Ex Marine, would never refer to a rifle as a gun. A gun is what you hold in your hand when you piss. A rifle is what you go to war with.

Also, a marine would not be quite so submissive to the American War machine. Marines are taught that they can win, no matte who they are fighting or what they are up against.

If a bunch of unschooled Afgani's can take out tanks with IED's, then you can bet your bottom that ex marines, seals, even the plebs can do the same.

Now maybe this guy is a marine, MAYBE. But then so was Oswald, and his instructor said he could barely shoot. So this marines credibility is sh*t.

Why are people so enamored with the rifles law abiding people buy when they aren't taking anything out of the hands of the gangsters.. lastly, if you are going to come back with rifles and hand guns get stolen, they also get stolen from the police...

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Estrella  Wrote: (02-22-2021 04:03 AM)
He's clearly effeminate or possibly even gay, I read somewhere that they were allowing them into the military nowadays.

Only very brainwashed city people are afraid of guns, nobody from rural areas thinks this way.

An armed populace is the ONLY thing that a tyrannous government or invading army fears, and with as many enemies as America has they are rightfully paranoid.

One of the main stated reasons why Australia was not directly invaded by the Japanese during WW2 was the "proliferation of firearms within the Australian community and their proficiency in their use" which sadly no longer exists in any meaningful context today.

That's right, if it wasn't for lots of civilians owning guns our friend AC here would be posting in ching-chong


You're clearly an idiot, and grossly ill-informed.


Armed Against Homophobia: Why LGBTQ Gun Groups Are Here to Stay

By Harmon Leon • 03/16/19

I’m having brunch with an LGBTQ Meetup group in Somerville, Massachusetts. It’s a diverse bunch whose backgrounds range from finance and paralegal to barista and plumber. As I dig into my huevos rancheros, our conversation turns to the AR-15 semi-automatic rifle; not in regard to banning the weapon. No. But more in terms of general practical tips on the firearm’s functionality. And almost every member at our brunch table seems to have their own insightful, experienced opinion.

“What’s your name?” asks a friendly guy wearing a baseball cap with a thick New England accent.

“Harmon,” I say.

“I like this group because everyone has such unique names,” he shares. “At my regular gun group, everyone has the same seven names.”

This is how it goes at the monthly gathering of the Boston chapter of the Pink Pistols—an LGBTQ gun group that first formed nationwide in 2000 and saw a spike in membership following the 2016 Pulse nightclub shooting, coupled with the election of Donald Trump... https://observer.com/2019/03/pink-pistol...omophobia/


Pink Pistols: LGBT Gun Owners Unite in Arming Gay Community

Meet national gay group dedicated to fighting homophobia with firepower – and why they think gay rights and gun rights are a natural fit
By Andrew Belonsky, June 28, 2016 https://www.rollingstone.com/culture/cul...ty-177899/


Gay Americans are arming themselves to stay alive
By Benedict Brook, June 12, 2018 https://nypost.com/2018/06/12/gay-americ...tay-alive/



Gays have been in the military, and pretty well everywhere else, since Adam wore short pants, btw.
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spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (02-21-2021 07:24 AM)
But a battlefield type weapon should remain on the battlefield — not in the hands of civilians.

Battlefield weapons AREN'T in the hands of civilians, what an asinine thing to say. Are you under the same false impression AC?
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spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (02-22-2021 07:52 AM)
GrimShaw  Wrote: (02-22-2021 03:57 AM)
the armalite 15 isn't a mbr

That is a bit ambiguous.. I don't think this guy was calling them either, Main Battle Rifles or Modular Breakdown Rifles(don't they all do that?) but comparing what they do when used on live targets ,the only difference being you need to mash the trigger instead of holding it down... seems to me the ammunition used in all of them is designed to leave huge exit wounds.

You don't really know much about firearms, do you? An AR round doesn't just go straight through you.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-21-2021 10:24 AM)
Stupid paranoid Americans and their stupid guns.

Rofl

You must feel the same way I do about the stupid asses. Let them be bayonet practice for the PLA. You f*ckin want us to go to hell? You're gonna get it, whether they have pop guns or not. Their silly pop guns are a f*ckin joke.
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The Afghan held of the American forces for twenty years, living in caves and eating goats and had no cover. I think that we can do a,little better. The Air force will not carpet bomb the country, the nave cannot reach inland, that eliminates half the armed forces. So now we have 500,000 troops, the majority of which are support staff,going against 100,000,000 veterans, hunters and shooters. I think you didn't do the math or are too stupid to realize where it will go. You sir are not a marine.
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i doesnt matter what the OP thinks. our Constitution says - go pound sand, traitors!
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Unless the battlefield comes to you...
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spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (02-23-2021 02:25 AM)
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It is always with complete shock, that people see the genocide of their own people. Because it cannot happen here....

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