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AZDuffman
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March 8th, 2014 at 9:17:12 AM permalink
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Here is a dilemma for liberals and the lamestream media.

Homosexual defends himself against a black attacker with a gun!

Are you saying the George Zimmerman, serial wife and girlfriend beater, is gay?



Martin thought he was.
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March 20th, 2014 at 3:37:42 AM permalink
The only thing that can stop a bad guy with a gun is a good guy in a dance belt.
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March 21st, 2014 at 6:26:39 PM permalink
If the 9th Circus says a gun law is unconstitutional just imagine how bad it really is!

"Early in February, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals held that San Diego County's rule requiring residents to show "good cause" before being allowed to obtain a concealed carry permit violates the Second Amendment.

"The court ruled that the right to keep and bear arms is, in and of itself, a sufficient cause for bearing arms for self-defense. Moreover, it is a sufficient cause both inside and outside of one's domicile," Breitbart reported on February 13. "

And the best part is if you do not like guns you still are free not to own one.
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March 26th, 2014 at 12:40:56 AM permalink
http://www.freep.com/article/20140325/NEWS04/303250094/Syringe-Roseville-Home-Depot-gun

If you were the security guard getting stabbed with a potentially infected needle, I'd bet you would be glad you live in a country with a 2nd Amendment and some guy nearby who exercised his right to that 2nd amendment...



No wait,


He probably would not have died from getting stabbed with a needle, AIDS infested or otherwise, so I guess guns are still bad.....
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June 8th, 2014 at 3:18:41 PM permalink
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At least three people have been killed in a shooting involving Las Vegas police officers, authorities say.

Las Vegas police spokesman Larry Hadfield told The Associated Press that the spree began around 11:30 a.m. Sunday when a man and woman walked into CiCi's Pizza restaurant on North Nellis Boulevard and shot two officers who were eating lunch.

The suspects took the officers' weapons and ammunition before storming out of the pizzeria, Assistant Sheriff Kevin McMahill told KVVU Fox 5.

Investigators say the two suspects fled to the Walmart across the street, where they shot a person inside and then killed themselves. Police and a SWAT team were dispatched to the scene, KVVU Fox 5 reports.

Hadfield said one of the suspects yelled, "This is a revolution," but the motive for the shooting remains under investigation.

The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department posted on its Twitter page that it was investigating the shooting and people have been injured. Authorities urged residents to avoid the area.



http://www.foxnews.com/us/2014/06/08/2-police-officers-shot-in-las-vegas/
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June 27th, 2014 at 8:37:07 PM permalink
The Hall of Unverified Claims is a vast place with many shelves.
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March 4th, 2015 at 8:05:47 PM permalink
I like how he presents this.

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March 15th, 2015 at 12:09:24 AM permalink
Surprised no one mentioned the recent attempt to ban .223's. So allow me. It's rant time. Let's do this.

So the Obama class of clowns tried to do away with the "green tips", a type of .223 round. They claimed it was "armor piercing when used in a handgun" and "put the lives of cops at risk".

Please pay attention now, because I'm going to show you why gunner and anti-gunner alike should tell them to go fly a kite.

ALL types of .223 will pierce body armor, provided they are wearing the typical kevlar vests given to most budget conscious police forces. Only a plated vest has a chance of stopping it. I shoot .223 and have blown holes clean through 1/4" steel plate, and I don't shoot green tip. I shoot a 2" thick sheet of pig iron and my .308 leaves half inch craters in it. Their claim that these certain type of rounds are "more dangerous" is horse #$%^. They all pierce armor.

You know what kills most cops? A .38. After that, a .357. After that, a 9mm. Not until number five, at 4.4% of all cops deaths at the result of a firearm, do we get to rifle ammo. The gun? The lowly .22.

Why? Because they're small and cheap, which is what crims are looking for. Take a look at this "cop killing" .223 pistol...



This what you see gang bangers toting nowadays? Of course not. Because it's huge, not all that common, and costs some $700. Anyone with one isn't likely to have it stolen because it is not valuable to a crim. They can't tote it in their pocket like all the rest. It's too damn big and draws attention.

I couldn't even find stats for cop deaths related to .223 and .308 because they're that insignificant. They're just not the weapons used in an amount of crimes reasonable to be concerned with. Yet again, those in power are telling you LIES.

Which brings me to my next point...

NYS. Oh, they so cray. They are currently trying to ban .50cals from the state. Yes, I said 50cals. The literature is worded that they are "highly dangerous" with the "ability to kill a human at a mile distance" and "can disable vehicles and infrastructure". No #$%^. But, is this a problem worthy of time, energy, and your tax dollars?

A .50cal round alone runs $5. That's $5, per shot. There is no way in hell, barring mounting it to your vehicle, that you are firing multiple shots, scary Rambo style. The rifle is 5' long and weighs damn near 40lbs. And the cheapest I ever found one (and I looked, cuz I wants), was $3k. You know what the average is? Damn close to $10,000.



You know how many crimes have been committed with a .50cal? Me neither, because I only found one source. You know what that one source said? 2. Two. Two, in the 97 year history of the round, I found one source that said 2 crimes were committed. TWO!!

This is what those in power do. They conjure up stories and conjecture, use a lot of scary buzz words, and instill fear to exercise control over you and I. And I say you and I, because it's your tax dollars, Mr. Anti-Gunner, that they're using to impose this horse #$%^. It your time they're wasting, it's your freedom they're taking, your money they're spending.



You really have no idea how ignorant these politicians are. If you yourself are ignorant, just ask and I'll take you on a ride. I'll show video proof that these guys are absolutely clueless, to the point where it will be impossible for you to ever take a word of theirs seriously again. "Deplorable" does not even begin to describe what they're doing. It's time to wake up.
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August 20th, 2015 at 4:54:12 PM permalink
Taken from Birth Right Citizenship thread...

Quote: harvson3

Just to be clear - you believe that the Second Amendment allows for an individual right to own a cruise missile, a functional tank, or an armed submarine?

If so, I'm awestruck.



The long answer is, well, long, but the short answer is pretty close to "yes". As a disclaimer, since I don't remember talking to you much, I am a gunner. Gun nut, ammosexual, and any other title given as an insult are things I already call myself with pride. Yeah, I suppose you could say I'm "one of those guys". I'm big on the 2nd, my Glock is exactly 7.5" away from my right pinky as we speak, and though I live in NY, I have at least one Class III weapon. You might call it a "machine gun". I pull the trigger once and all 30 rounds come out in about 2 seconds. One of those guys, indeed.

But rather than spout a bunch of nonsense you likely won't agree with anyways, may I ask some questions instead? Maybe bring up a few points and have you mull them over. Maybe you'll answer your own questions yourself.

It's already legal for a common citizen to own a tank. For low six figures, you can go get a Sherman today. I know, I know, "It's been decommissioned. I said 'functional'". Well... it's just metal. To take a decommissioned tank and make it functional really takes little more than money, which, if you have a tank, you have. Sir... Class III weapons are illegal in NY. I live in NY. I have a Class III weapon. You know how and why? Because I wanted it, and I had money. It really is that simple. That's the only thing keeping the common man from rolling through town with their very own Calvary. It's the only thing keeping them in bolt actions and sub-10 round clips. They either don't want it bad enough, or can't afford it. Laws? Pfft. If the laws kept them out of our hands, how do I have one? And I'm only in it for about $1,200. That's common man. One of those wealthy survivalists could have a number of working tanks. Some probably do already. Of course, what's a handful of tanks versus just one AFB? Owning a real, functional tank is not a big deal. I'd even say it is no concern at all.

"Armed sub" and "cruise missile" is a little cloudy. As contradictory as I may be, I do see a difference between conventional weapons and nukes. Nukes are so bad I don't think anyone should own them, .gov included, but that cat is already out of the bag. As far as conventional weapons are concerned, why not? What is a conventional cruise missile going to do? An AGM-86C (A CM I picked because I'm sort of familiar) runs about $1.5mm. For those seven figures, you have the capability to down one building. That's it. You also have the problem of both acquiring a plane to tote it (it's air launched), as well as having the personnel to do so (doubtful it's a one man job). The World Trade Centers killed 3,000 and caused untold billions of dollars, billions that are still ringing up due to procedures and fears instilled on that day. All done with a $4.65 box cutter. My hometown boy McVeigh also leveled a building and killed a whole bunch. I couldn't tell you what a fertilizer bomb runs, but it's a damn sight shorter than $1.5mm plus plane plus personnel. As absurd as it sounds, letting Face get a hold of an AGM... what is really the problem? I might blow up my mother-in-law's house? I could do the same thing with $500 and a trip to Home Depot. I could even put it on one of those nifty gyro-copter things, with a camera even. It's not supersonic, but I could buzz around my town and pick out any hapless chap I wanted. I can do that, right now, with no outside assistance, for less than a weekly paycheck. Is a CM so much more dangerous than that?

When I think about stuff like that, no. I'm not one bit comfortable entrusting others to have them while I cannot. ESPECIALLY .gov. How many times, how many discussions, how many threads have been devoted to their ineptitude? How many examples of their corruption do we need? And I'm supposed to believe these power hungry, corrupt, mental defectives have the wherewithal to use these weapons, whereas I am not? Nah, man. That doesn't jive with me. I have more honor in the one silver hair on my ball bag than every one of them combined. Yet they can be trusted and I cannot. Does not jive.

I don't necessarily expect to change your mind, and you and perhaps many more might now think I'm certifiably insane. But I hope I at least caused you to reconsider your state of being "awestruck". Someone saying he wants a sub would strike me as very weird, indeed. I won't pretend it wouldn't. But someone saying only .gov should have them... that causes me actual nausea. "Of the people, by the people, for the people". .gov is no longer "the people". Hasn't been for a long time. You can think I'm crazy, you can disagree with my weapon's policy, but please heed that last. .gov is The Machine, and it's self aware. To quote Carlin, "It's a big club, and you ain't in it!" Don't make the mistake of thinking you are.

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August 20th, 2015 at 7:22:52 PM permalink
Thanks for the reply.

I think we're going to have to disagree on this point:
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"Of the people, by the people, for the people". .gov is no longer "the people". Hasn't been for a long time. You can think I'm crazy, you can disagree with my weapon's policy, but please heed that last. .gov is The Machine, and it's self aware.



I still think there are functioning institutional barriers preserving self-rule, and I don't think any weapons (or bomb components) I could buy are going to defend my family against the impressive killing power of the US's armed forces in the (exceedingly improbable) chance they come to get me.

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