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  posted on 3/2/2013 at 02:12 PM
Here's why women need ARs instead of shotguns.

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  posted on 3/3/2013 at 11:01 AM
a buddy of mine sent me that video..i got a kick out of it..the wifes granfather had a shotgun..she said he tried to teach her..she wound up on her butt too..the wisdom of joe biden is mind boggling
 

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a buddy of mine sent me that video..i got a kick out of it..the wifes granfather had a shotgun..she said he tried to teach her..she wound up on her butt too..the wisdom of joe biden is mind boggling




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  posted on 3/3/2013 at 11:23 AM
If any of the women had been taught properly how to stand, hold and brace themselves when firing it, a shotgun would indeed be the best home defense weapon. It was pretty obvious none of them received proper gun handling instruction, except the woman with the AR15.

[Edited on 3/3/2013 by Peachypetewi]

 

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If any of the women had been taught properly how to stand, hold and brace themselves when firing it, a shotgun would indeed be the best home defense weapon. It was pretty obvious none of them received proper gun handling instruction, except the woman with the AR15.

[Edited on 3/3/2013 by Peachypetewi]


Exactly what I thought. People who now all of a sudden call assault weapons home defense weapons are out of their minds. I know lots of people who own assault rifles and not a single one of them keeps them loaded in their houses around their kids. It is just a ridiculous argument. Assault rifles were not designed and created for home defense and nobody buys them for that reason. Shotguns WITH PROPER TRAINING and handguns are what are used for home security. It has always been that way anyone who now all of a sudden tells you that assault rifles are for home defense are just full of it. At least be honest. People like assault rifles because they are fun to go out and shoot at the range or on your private property in the sticks.

 

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  posted on 3/3/2013 at 04:19 PM
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If any of the women had been taught properly how to stand, hold and brace themselves when firing it, a shotgun would indeed be the best home defense weapon. It was pretty obvious none of them received proper gun handling instruction, except the woman with the AR15.

[Edited on 3/3/2013 by Peachypetewi]


Exactly what I thought. People who now all of a sudden call (the mistakenly labeled) assault weapons semi-automatic personal defense weapons, using the same title that Homeland Security uses, are right on track. I know lots of people who own (mistakenly labeled) assault rifles and not a single one of them keeps them loaded with one in the chamber in their houses around their kids, until they teach the kids not to handle the semi-automatic defense weapon unless an adult is present. Assault rifles were not designed and created for home defense and nobody buys them for that reason, since no-one can own an assault rifle without a Class 3 FFL. Shotguns WITH PROPER TRAINING and handguns are what primarily are used for home security. It has always been that way anyone who now all of a sudden tells you that assault rifles are for home defense are just full of it. They're just trying to rub it in your face that they can afford the registration fees, paperwork costs, can pass the FBI background check, and pay the $3,000 every couple of years to keep the Class 3 FFL. Not to mention that assault rifles cost $4000 and up for a base model M-16. At least be honest. People like (the mistakenly labeled) assault rifles because they are fun to go out and shoot at the range or on your private property in the sticks.


Fixed that for ya'.

 

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  posted on 3/3/2013 at 08:35 PM
Nice job Jerry.

 

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Speaking of shotguns...reminds of a time we were hunting geese around 1971-72 and this buddy of ours whose claim to fame at the time was smoking camel straights, drank everclear and shot a double barrel 10 gauge. I think he suffered from short-man syndrome, probably didn't help that we nick named him Stubby. First time we went out hunting with his new 10 gauge he took an initial practice shot and accidently pulled both triggers...knocked him on his ass...So later on the geese were flying straight overhead, too high probably something like 2 1/2 telephone poles. We could hear the pellets splattering against the wings with our 12 gauges. Stubby pointed his 10 gauge straight up pulled the back trigger this time and nailed one. There was no inertial trajectory, it fell straight down landing with a thud 2-feet in front of me.

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  posted on 3/3/2013 at 11:22 PM
Really......does anyone take this BOZO as being for real. I think his hair plugs need alignment.
total **** .

 

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If any of the women had been taught properly how to stand, hold and brace themselves when firing it, a shotgun would indeed be the best home defense weapon. It was pretty obvious none of them received proper gun handling instruction, except the woman with the AR15.

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Exactly what I thought. People who now all of a sudden call (the mistakenly labeled) assault weapons semi-automatic personal defense weapons, using the same title that Homeland Security uses, are right on track. I know lots of people who own (mistakenly labeled) assault rifles and not a single one of them keeps them loaded with one in the chamber in their houses around their kids, until they teach the kids not to handle the semi-automatic defense weapon unless an adult is present. Assault rifles were not designed and created for home defense and nobody buys them for that reason, since no-one can own an assault rifle without a Class 3 FFL. Shotguns WITH PROPER TRAINING and handguns are what primarily are used for home security. It has always been that way anyone who now all of a sudden tells you that assault rifles are for home defense are just full of it. They're just trying to rub it in your face that they can afford the registration fees, paperwork costs, can pass the FBI background check, and pay the $3,000 every couple of years to keep the Class 3 FFL. Not to mention that assault rifles cost $4000 and up for a base model M-16. At least be honest. People like (the mistakenly labeled) assault rifles because they are fun to go out and shoot at the range or on your private property in the sticks.


Fixed that for ya'.



IMO any gun that is semi-automatic and can be fitted with a high capacity ammo clip is an assault rifle and the only reason for having a high capacity ammo clip is to be able to kill as many people as you can in as short a period as possible. Anyone who would keep something like that loaded in their homes, especially if they have kids are absolutely nuts IMO. Also many of the assault type weapons, the ones that look like military weapons can be easily converted to be automatic by those in the know. You can make all of the excuses you want but be honest, these weapons were not designed and are not used for home security, they are used for recreational fun.

 

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  posted on 3/4/2013 at 11:41 AM
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If any of the women had been taught properly how to stand, hold and brace themselves when firing it, a shotgun would indeed be the best home defense weapon. It was pretty obvious none of them received proper gun handling instruction, except the woman with the AR15.

[Edited on 3/3/2013 by Peachypetewi]


Exactly what I thought. People who now all of a sudden call assault weapons home defense weapons are out of their minds. I know lots of people who own assault rifles and not a single one of them keeps them loaded in their houses around their kids. It is just a ridiculous argument. Assault rifles were not designed and created for home defense and nobody buys them for that reason. Shotguns WITH PROPER TRAINING and handguns are what are used for home security. It has always been that way anyone who now all of a sudden tells you that assault rifles are for home defense are just full of it. At least be honest. People like assault rifles because they are fun to go out and shoot at the range or on your private property in the sticks.


How many guns do you own? How many different guns have you ever fired? At least be honest.

 

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Also many of the assault type weapons, the ones that look like military weapons can be easily converted to be automatic by those in the know.


Bullsh!t.



It's not "easy" to do and it's also 100% illegal.


How many cases of this supposed "easy conversion" can you find?


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You can make all of the excuses you want but be honest, these weapons were not designed and are not used for home security, they are used for recreational fun.


And just what is wrong with that?

 

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  posted on 3/4/2013 at 01:12 PM
Wouldn't know a Barrett 50 if it bit him in the ass.

Now, that is an assault weapon.

 

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Also many of the assault type weapons, the ones that look like military weapons can be easily converted to be automatic by those in the know.


"that look like"... So, what they "look like" is the operative judgement criteria. Does it matter what it's function is? Apparently not.

An M-1 Gurand looks like a big stick of ugly wood, but it was a most effective military weapon. Do you want to venture a guess on what size cartridge it fires?

 

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If any of the women had been taught properly how to stand, hold and brace themselves when firing it, a shotgun would indeed be the best home defense weapon. It was pretty obvious none of them received proper gun handling instruction, except the woman with the AR15.

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Exactly what I thought. People who now all of a sudden call assault weapons home defense weapons are out of their minds. I know lots of people who own assault rifles and not a single one of them keeps them loaded in their houses around their kids. It is just a ridiculous argument. Assault rifles were not designed and created for home defense and nobody buys them for that reason. Shotguns WITH PROPER TRAINING and handguns are what are used for home security. It has always been that way anyone who now all of a sudden tells you that assault rifles are for home defense are just full of it. At least be honest. People like assault rifles because they are fun to go out and shoot at the range or on your private property in the sticks.


How many guns do you own? How many different guns have you ever fired? At least be honest.


Don't own any but have fired many including an M-16. I know the difference and like I said many of my friends own all types of guns and none of them try to BS the reason for owning assault rifles with high capacity ammo clips. They love taking them to the range on weekends and blowing up the **** out of targets and other items they bring to shoot up. They don't keep them loaded in their bedrooms for home protection.

 

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Also many of the assault type weapons, the ones that look like military weapons can be easily converted to be automatic by those in the know.


Bullsh!t.



It's not "easy" to do and it's also 100% illegal.


How many cases of this supposed "easy conversion" can you find?


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You can make all of the excuses you want but be honest, these weapons were not designed and are not used for home security, they are used for recreational fun.


And just what is wrong with that?


I can find one case that was extremely recent! That ex marine guy who killed a few people and was cornered and then burnt down in a park cabin. He converted semi automatic into automatic. I believe he killed a couple of cops or rangers too.

 

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  posted on 3/4/2013 at 02:19 PM
Can't find any links to confirm Christopher Dorner converted to automatic as I have heard but he was loaded with silencers and high capacity clips. It is not so much the assault rifles themselves that I have a problem with as they on their own are no different than many other legal guns. It is more the common sense gun rules that I support but most gun advocates don't support, namely banning the high capacity ammo clips and having very thourough background checks for anyone buying any kind of gun whether it be a regular gun store purchase or at gun shows or between private parties. The way it stands now you can be on the government terrorist watch list and go out to a gun show and load up on all kinds of guns and ammo without any kind of background check. Same goes for private sales. It is absolutely insane IMO.

 

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If any of the women had been taught properly how to stand, hold and brace themselves when firing it, a shotgun would indeed be the best home defense weapon. It was pretty obvious none of them received proper gun handling instruction, except the woman with the AR15.

[Edited on 3/3/2013 by Peachypetewi]


Exactly what I thought. People who now all of a sudden call assault weapons home defense weapons are out of their minds. I know lots of people who own assault rifles and not a single one of them keeps them loaded in their houses around their kids. It is just a ridiculous argument. Assault rifles were not designed and created for home defense and nobody buys them for that reason. Shotguns WITH PROPER TRAINING and handguns are what are used for home security. It has always been that way anyone who now all of a sudden tells you that assault rifles are for home defense are just full of it. At least be honest. People like assault rifles because they are fun to go out and shoot at the range or on your private property in the sticks.


How many guns do you own? How many different guns have you ever fired? At least be honest.


Don't own any but have fired many including an M-16. I know the difference and like I said many of my friends own all types of guns and none of them try to BS the reason for owning assault rifles with high capacity ammo clips. They love taking them to the range on weekends and blowing up the **** out of targets and other items they bring to shoot up. They don't keep them loaded in their bedrooms for home protection.


Lets use a little common sense here and debunk this one... what weapon does the U.S. military prefer to use when conducting raids and any other mission in urban settings? in other words in house to house searches... M4 carbine or any of the variations by sig H&K it is just a full auto version of the ar15 . The reason it works is it is easier to sight than a pistol more powerful and is easy to use in tight spaces it is indeed a great home defense weapon as is a shotgun in certain situations.....

 

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Also many of the assault type weapons, the ones that look like military weapons can be easily converted to be automatic by those in the know.


Bullsh!t.



It's not "easy" to do and it's also 100% illegal.


How many cases of this supposed "easy conversion" can you find?


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You can make all of the excuses you want but be honest, these weapons were not designed and are not used for home security, they are used for recreational fun.


And just what is wrong with that?



Nothing but regular citizens don't need high capacity ammo clips for recreational fun. Just use the regular clip.

So let me ask a couple of questions. Why do anyone other than military of police need high capacity ammo clips and why shouldn't anyone and everyone who buys a gun whether it be at a shop, gun show, or private sale have to get a thourough background security check?????

 

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The "regular" magazine that comes with an AR in NY is a ten shot.

Who needs more???

Probably the woman in SC who put five bullets into an intruder before he drove off would have liked a few more rounds.

Who decides how many is "too many" and since when does anyone have to demonstrate a need?


Our assclown governor pushed through his garbage legislation that now requires you can only load 7 rounds in your 10 round magazine.

On the bright side he just lost the first court battle over the "NY safe" nonsense and will have to show in court why they felt the need to set aside the rules about three day public comment period.

Hopefully every bit of his aganda will be set aside.


By the way, in NY any gun purchase at a gun show has to have a background check, been that way for years.

When you hear the "gun show loophole" line it doesn't apply to NY or a large number of other states.



Still waiting to hear about all those easily converted fully auto incidents.

 

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If any of the women had been taught properly how to stand, hold and brace themselves when firing it, a shotgun would indeed be the best home defense weapon. It was pretty obvious none of them received proper gun handling instruction, except the woman with the AR15.

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Exactly what I thought. People who now all of a sudden call assault weapons home defense weapons are out of their minds. I know lots of people who own assault rifles and not a single one of them keeps them loaded in their houses around their kids. It is just a ridiculous argument. Assault rifles were not designed and created for home defense and nobody buys them for that reason. Shotguns WITH PROPER TRAINING and handguns are what are used for home security. It has always been that way anyone who now all of a sudden tells you that assault rifles are for home defense are just full of it. At least be honest. People like assault rifles because they are fun to go out and shoot at the range or on your private property in the sticks.


How many guns do you own? How many different guns have you ever fired? At least be honest.


Don't own any but have fired many including an M-16. I know the difference and like I said many of my friends own all types of guns and none of them try to BS the reason for owning assault rifles with high capacity ammo clips. They love taking them to the range on weekends and blowing up the **** out of targets and other items they bring to shoot up. They don't keep them loaded in their bedrooms for home protection.


Lets use a little common sense here and debunk this one... what weapon does the U.S. military prefer to use when conducting raids and any other mission in urban settings? in other words in house to house searches... M4 carbine or any of the variations by sig H&K it is just a full auto version of the ar15 . The reason it works is it is easier to sight than a pistol more powerful and is easy to use in tight spaces it is indeed a great home defense weapon as is a shotgun in certain situations.....


But... but... they "look" so menacing.

 

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  posted on 3/4/2013 at 04:22 PM
I think the gunshow loophole most of the reactionary twits are so upset about is the individual to individual transactions that take place at show. They don't realize that any transaction by a licensed dealer has to be run on a background check.

 

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If any of the women had been taught properly how to stand, hold and brace themselves when firing it, a shotgun would indeed be the best home defense weapon. It was pretty obvious none of them received proper gun handling instruction, except the woman with the AR15.

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Exactly what I thought. People who now all of a sudden call assault weapons home defense weapons are out of their minds. I know lots of people who own assault rifles and not a single one of them keeps them loaded in their houses around their kids. It is just a ridiculous argument. Assault rifles were not designed and created for home defense and nobody buys them for that reason. Shotguns WITH PROPER TRAINING and handguns are what are used for home security. It has always been that way anyone who now all of a sudden tells you that assault rifles are for home defense are just full of it. At least be honest. People like assault rifles because they are fun to go out and shoot at the range or on your private property in the sticks.


How many guns do you own? How many different guns have you ever fired? At least be honest.


Don't own any but have fired many including an M-16. I know the difference and like I said many of my friends own all types of guns and none of them try to BS the reason for owning assault rifles with high capacity ammo clips. They love taking them to the range on weekends and blowing up the **** out of targets and other items they bring to shoot up. They don't keep them loaded in their bedrooms for home protection.


Lets use a little common sense here and debunk this one... what weapon does the U.S. military prefer to use when conducting raids and any other mission in urban settings? in other words in house to house searches... M4 carbine or any of the variations by sig H&K it is just a full auto version of the ar15 . The reason it works is it is easier to sight than a pistol more powerful and is easy to use in tight spaces it is indeed a great home defense weapon as is a shotgun in certain situations.....


I was thinking the same thing before I got to your post.....well said....I would add that most police departments use the M4 as well as AR15s in the field as well.



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  posted on 3/4/2013 at 05:31 PM
I'd also point out that law enforcement (guys with extensive training) feel the need for those "high capacity" magaiznes.

If the folks who are well trained shots need more available rounds, why wouldn't the average Joe who may not be as proficient.

The double barreled shotgun argument is more full of holes than a tin can on Ted Nugent's ranch.

 

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The "regular" magazine that comes with an AR in NY is a ten shot.

Who needs more???

Probably the woman in SC who put five bullets into an intruder before he drove off would have liked a few more rounds.

Who decides how many is "too many" and since when does anyone have to demonstrate a need?


Our assclown governor pushed through his garbage legislation that now requires you can only load 7 rounds in your 10 round magazine.

On the bright side he just lost the first court battle over the "NY safe" nonsense and will have to show in court why they felt the need to set aside the rules about three day public comment period.

Hopefully every bit of his aganda will be set aside.


By the way, in NY any gun purchase at a gun show has to have a background check, been that way for years.

When you hear the "gun show loophole" line it doesn't apply to NY or a large number of other states.



Still waiting to hear about all those easily converted fully auto incidents.


So someone from NY or one of those other states can travel to a gun show out of state and buy guns and ammo??? It should be a federal law! And the ammo clip thing should be addressed as well. Nobody other than law enforcement or military need more than ten shots at a time and it gives people being ambushed by crazy criminals a fighters chance to fight back or run when that crazy has to reload. It is common sense. That crazy animal that shot Gabby Giffords was taken down and subdued while trying to reload. Had he had high capacity clips carrying 30 or 60 rounds and didn't have to reload he would have killed many more.

 

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