Local gunstore in the news

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by RMTactical, Feb 21, 2007.

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    RMTactical Battle Born CLM

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    Oh teh noes!!!11!!!!



    What?
    How does that work?

    What a bunch of bull****.

    The socialists are alive and kicking in Utah.
     

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    I thought the same thing about that. :upeyes:

    Who are these people?
     
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    I guess that is the magic number. Next Fed Gun law will limit shotgun owners to 89 unused shells, lest they become homicidal. I already told my wife that if I ever die of a heart-attack that she needs to sue Bryers Ice Cream and get legislators to put some kind of limit on how much Ice Cream one person (especially us retired GI’s) can buy without the proper authorization from the local LE agency.

    Libs can’t help themselves they will NEVER pass up an opportunity to have themselves filmed inside a gun store. Would the story have been any different if he would have done it in the studio? Yes, he wouldn’t have a whole wall of deadly assault rifles right behind him.
     
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    I'm sure Correia & Company are quite amused at that segment.

    After all, who wouldn't be after seeing a wall full of Saigas, SBR's, AR's, and other fun toys with the title "Fuzzy Bunny Movie Gun" displayed prominently across the bottom of the screen?

    I fail to see how he acquired his weapon has any relevance to his mindset though.
     
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    I watched the vid clip, and made exactly the same comment to my wife, something to the effect: "So, how would knowing the sale path of that pistol help knowing the motive?" even before I read y'all's comments.

    Liberal media pukes!

    :steamed:

    Stock up, boys!
     
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    Very Good Advice. If possible make them person to person sales (from someone trustworthy like a CCW that you know) to stop the paper trail. Der Fuhrer used the gun-registration lists as a shopping list to confiscate.

    Our present govt has, in my opinion, already been violating the 2A for quite some time.

    Edited to add:
    When the Founding Fathers Wrote the USC there were no serial numbers on weapons (at least those sold to individuals and not gov't agencies) just another part of history that the S&P's and libs want us all to forget. Imagine no serial numbers and no it's not silly. Do your mouse and keyboard have serial numbers? They AND weapons are TOOLS; nothing more, and could all be used to commit crimes upon fellow citizens.
     
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    I got $10 that says the nut job bought one of those 100round value packs of target or bird shot at wal-mart. I have not seen the shotgun but it probably came from wallyworld too.
    And I bet that handgun turns up stolen; there is a gun market in rosepark if you know the right people to talk to. But the sad thing is that’s only one part of the problem, the other problem is in glendale, its 10x worse there. (I have a few friends that live and grew up in rose park)

    ETA, I hate the media; I bet they will use this as an excuse to push for gun registration. :upeyes: