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gun hating nazi bitch!

does anyone remember the feinstein speech in 1999-2000 when she held an ak47 and waved it at the crowd as a scare tactic?she said somthing like this is an ak47 capable of spraying 30 rounds into a crowd of people(then waved it at the crowd),id love to know what speech it was and where i can find the pic.she should have been arested for brandishing a firearm.

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4 years 48 weeks ago, 9:38 PM

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people who own "assault rifles" are (either) killers/murderers. I kinda took that personal. By the way, I have NEVER I mean NEVER refered to my military type semi automatic weapons as "Assault Rifles" because they ARE NOT!
Liberal main stream media and liberal assed politicians thought it was great that gun owners helped them spread the negative image of semi auto firearms, dumbasses shot themselves, and us, in the collective foot.

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4 years 48 weeks ago, 10:08 PM

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While I don't use it, I don't correct anyone who does. It's a term that denotes ignorance on the part of the speaker and if someone doesn't want to learn about the topic they're speaking on, I'll let them stay dumb.

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4 years 48 weeks ago, 10:13 PM

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the anti gun propaganda machine by stupidly calling semi autos "Assault Rifels".

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4 years 48 weeks ago, 10:17 PM

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but the sooner the gun owners fess up to the true purpose behind these rifles and stop trying to sugarcoat the second amendment, the better. "Yes, ladies and gentlemen, these rifles are designed as anti personnel weapons. They are not typically the first choice for deer hunting. But the fact is, they are in the hands of patriots who are prepared to use them to defend our nation from any threat, whether it be foreign invader or domestic dictator. We do not hate the government, we have no plans to violently overthrow the government, we still believe in the elctoral process, but we as responsible citizens are prepared to use these weapons in the defense of our nation against all enemies, foreign and domestic". Seems like we as a community should grow some balls and call it like it is.

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4 years 48 weeks ago, 1:52 PM

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Well said, runs

Very good, maybe we should start getting newspaper space and publishing that. You should copyright that also. After i steal it and use it though.

4 years 48 weeks ago, 10:18 PM

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my 10/22 is a assualt rifle because it can be clip fed. The stupid bastards need to worry about makeing criminal control laws not gun control laws. how about if you get caught doing a crime with a weapon (Knife gun stick whatever) you get life in prison you kill somebody committing the crime you get the death penalty. How loud would the liberals scream over this? lol

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4 years 48 weeks ago, 11:09 PM

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ok,ok,you all have good points here.(daisy gunner)a good friend of mine would constantly refer to his hi point9mm as his assult rifle,i had to remind him he was( 1)in a liberal state where such a label could get him posibly arrested and (2)it was not automatic or designed to be used for assulting anyone.a hipoint is nothing more than an average semiauto pistol with a butstock and longer barrel.(runawaygun762)i agree that most of these weapons are not purchased for the purpouse of hunting,we must at present pretend that is our major reason for their purchase,at some point it has become wrong to buy a gun for the purpouse of killing another human,even under the most dire conditions.in california you are allmost a criminal yourself for protecting yourself/family from a truly violent person.i completely agree with your attitude of keeping certain weapons for defensive purpouses,and i dont hide the reasons for owning such a weapon from anyone,afterall it is a weapon and a weapon is designed to inflict dammage upon man or beast.im building an ar15 for the purpouse of fun shooting and defence from ANY threat foreighn domestic zombie, whatever wants to harm me.(photobear6)im not sure what state you live in,but in ca at least there is almost nothing you can do to a ruger to make it an assult weapon because it is not a centerfire rifle or pistol.it would be if it had a barrel length of less than16"if it wasnt a registered pistol,but other than that i dont think you have an "assult weapon" if you know somthing i dont,PLEASE add to this post or send me a message,i love info on this subject.thanks guys,keep your powder dry!

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4 years 48 weeks ago, 5:55 AM

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Good points Jay

but alas here in massachusetts these liberal morons would classifie a bb gun as a assult weapon if they could. But hey we elected Scott Brown last night so things are looking up.

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4 years 48 weeks ago, 11:21 PM

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adding it to your collection of display arms? Did you get it, as I did mine, to punch holes in paper targets? Is it in your nightstand drawer for the sole purpose of defending against an intruder?
Did you aquire the firearm for the purpose of finding a situation in which you can kill some one?

I own semi automatic firearms, all of which started their existance as military issue, they ARE NOT "assault rifles". Why I own them determines why they currently exist. They do not exist for the purpose of killing, they exist for the purpose of making holes in paper targets.
Runny gun likes to debate, too many holes in his otherwise fair logic for him to be serious about this topic.
But you may have noticed that his line of debate corresponds with that of the liberal left. "All ugly guns are only for killing PEOPLE".

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4 years 48 weeks ago, 11:29 PM

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i buy every firearm for defense,fun and holes in paper.every weapon i own is for all of these,though some are beter suited for one than the next.ill post pics of some of my weapons soon.they range from military type to sporting shotguns.

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4 years 48 weeks ago, 11:22 PM

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4 years 48 weeks ago, 9:29 AM

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"assault rifle"

while I hate the way the liberal media uses the term for ANY mag fed semi auto rifle, the term "assault rifle" is actually correct for certain rifles such as AR's. What were they designed to do? 1. Not for hunting purposes (while they can be used for hunting) 2. yes, runaway, anti-personnel... but not for defensive purposes. They were designed for ASSAULT. I have no problem referring to them as assault rifles. Only the the gun hating libs are scared of this terminology and we're not going to change their minds by calling them something different than they are. A spade is a spade, an "assault rifle" is actually an assault rifle for design purposes, even though they have many uses. I usually refer to larger .30 cal semi autos (FAL's, M1's etc.) as battle rifles. I don't know why main stream media hasn't hooked that one yet because these rifles can actually get a lot more nasty that some of their "assault rifles" (I say that because, as mentioned above, they would throw a hi-point 9mm carbiine into that catigory.)

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4 years 48 weeks ago, 11:53 AM

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legal lingo.

i hate the way the media uses the term assult weapon as well.when did ruger design the mini 14 for that purpose?the problem i have with this label is that if you call a weapon originaly designed for war an assult weapon,the liberals will use your own language against you in placing new law,an m1 grand would be an assult rifle because by definition it was built for the purpose of killing humans.my point is i belive they have allready stretched the language of the law far enough in including all centerfire mag fed semiautos,why give them a new hold on more weapons by catagorizing them as assult weapons ourselves?when stoner invented the ar10-ar15 weapons for the military they had full auto,as did the ak47,i belive this is the feature that makes it an assult weapon because at that point it is not verry usefull as a hunting tool any longer.i dont belive that a pistolgrip or folding stock make my rifle more or less dangerous to animals or humans,i belive my skills and intent alone decide how dangerous it is.all the evil features in the world wont help you hunt or in a fight,a bullet is a bullet weather it is fired from an ar15 or a mini14 or a bolt action.mag fed grip style ect are only options for comfort and convenince,even a bayonet dosnt make your weapon more deadly,its only a knife at the end of the gun,you can do the same or more damage with a hand held blade.i digress i really want the pics and speech of feinstein with the ak if anyone knows were i can find it.

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4 years 48 weeks ago, 9:50 AM

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it is defind as "fully automatic" in order to be an "assualt rifle". Semi no matter the configuration is just that a semi auto rifle.

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4 years 48 weeks ago, 9:54 AM

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Assault Rifle

is a term normally attributed to Hitler's description of the STG 44. It's not a correct term, but then again, calling a generic brand of cotton swab a Q-tip isn't correct either. If you use a Marlin 336 .30-30 lever action to assault an objective (taking a room by force is an objective), does it become an assault rifle?

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4 years 48 weeks ago, 12:05 PM

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actualy,i partly agree with that statment runaway,way before the term assult weapon was invented the military and civilians all had the same rifles flintlock,cap and ball,and eventualy leveraction....these were all desighned for one use shooting a bullet.what you fired it at was your choice.the army used leverguns when that was the hot new tech available so yes i supose if the liberal media existed back then they would refer to those weapons as assult weapons and civilians would be left with bows and arrows.

UNFORTUNATELY THE 2ND AMENDMENT ONLY GUARANTEES US THE RIGHT TO KEEP AND BEAR ARMS,IT DOSENT SPECIFY WHAT TYPE OF ARMS AND THATS HOW THEY CHEW AWAY OUR RIGHT BIT BY BIT LAW BY LAW.

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4 years 48 weeks ago, 10:54 AM

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Where do you draw the line?

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4 years 48 weeks ago, 11:25 AM

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That's my point.

There is no line, calling any rifle an assault rifle, while not correct, doesn't bother me as it has become a term used by many people. Legally speaking, an assault weapon doesn't exist. Any weapon that is automatic or select fire is considered a machine gun according to legal definitions. I don't mind the term, it just shows ignorance.

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4 years 48 weeks ago, 12:22 PM

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But the US Supreme Court has said it. In the Case US v Miller, the SCOTUS sided with the government in that the sawed-off shotgun in question was not considered by the justices as being a weapon which was in use in the military. As we know, they were wrong, because shotguns have been used by the military since they were invented, but there was no competent legal argument from the side of the two men who were arrested in the first place. The SCOTUS upheld that if the weapon were of the type in use by the US military, it would be covered by the second amendment. So even though the constitution does not specifically say we can have an M4, it is of the type in current issue by the us military, so it's protected. Now for those who say "Well what about our over/under trap guns, or this or this", the US Army Marksmanship Unit uses all kinds of different weapons.

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4 years 48 weeks ago, 5:55 PM

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ASSAULT RIFLE IS A PROPAGANDA TERM USED BY ANTI-GUN POLITICIANS, HOLLYWOOD FAGGOTS AND BLITHERING IDIOTS WHO WANT TO FAN THE ANTI-GUN FLAMES.
If you don't mind the term being used then you're sitting back letting the liberal anti-gun assholes have the field unopposed.
The military does have a definition of "Assault Rifle", it is a selectable fire shoulder arm.
That was published in the news when the debate over the term first came about.

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4 years 48 weeks ago, 1:04 PM

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Seriously? 1970?

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The military does have a definition of "Assault Rifle", it is a selectable fire shoulder arm.That was published in the news when the debate over the term first came about.

The military does not have a definition of it. An intelligence review cited the term and gave a definition in 1970. I have a technical manual from 1970 on the M60 macine gun in which the word "crap" is used to describe fouling that needed to be cleaned out. I'll grant you that the US military may have HAD a definition, but it is NOT a term used by the military. Interestingly enough, this definition describes the M16 and M4 family of rifles, which are called in the military, well, rifles.

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4 years 48 weeks ago, 1:11 PM

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The military does have a definition of "Assault Rifle", it is a selectable fire shoulder arm.

The military does not have a definition of it. An intelligence review cited the term and gave a definition in 1970. I'll grant you that the US military may have HAD a definition, but it is NOT a term used by the military. Interestingly enough, this definition describes the M16 and M4 family of rifles, which are called in the military, well, rifles

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4 years 48 weeks ago, 6:11 PM

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Hey I have the pics

Let me know where to email them and I will send from my yahoo account...anyone, anyone?

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4 years 48 weeks ago, 12:09 PM

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No weapon system in the US arsenal has an official name of "Assault Rifle". Not one. I'm not missing any point. I know that term demonstrates ignorance of the weapon systems they're talking about, but it's a term in common usage among people outside the gun culture, and trying to correct them is an exercise in futility. if they really wanted to be correct, they'd spend 5 minutes online or in a gun shop and realize they're wrong. They don't care if they're wrong, and we're wasting our time trying to correct them.

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4 years 48 weeks ago, 12:20 PM

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the term officially exists, you have a lot more records to go through before you make that kind of statement.

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4 years 48 weeks ago, 12:26 PM

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Find me one use.

You can't do it. It's not just my corner. It's Technical Manuals. TMs cover more than just army. I challenge you to find me one weapon system in the US military that uses the term Assault Rifle as part of its official nomenclature. Good luck with that.

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4 years 48 weeks ago, 12:32 PM

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(B) You are talking about weapons systems and at NO point did I talk about U.S. military weapons systems currently or anytime in the past, used by our military. If I did, point it out to me, I would have been wrong but I did not.

Got to take a break BRB

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Who gives a shit about what other military forces call their weapons? What bearing does that have on the legitimacy of the term here in the states? Some units in Iraq had an SOP that when an IED went off on a vehicle, the whole element sprayed rounds 360 degrees around them. The Iraqi army called it the deadly blossom. Does that mean random shooting here in the states to facilitate breaking contact with an enemy to gain a superior position should be called a deadly blossom? Now you're either trying to backpedal, or you're hoping to use some irrelevant term from a foreign military to help make your point. You were wrong, it happens, just deal with it.

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4 years 48 weeks ago, 12:50 PM

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Army intelligence document FSTC-CW-07-03-70 from November 1970

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http://www.pica.army.mil/PicatinnyPublic/warfighter/archive/03-18-04.asp

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4 years 48 weeks ago, 12:57 PM

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Okay, good job on this

You have a civilian reporter discussing an assault rifle. That's not official, not in a TM, not in an FM, not part of the US military's inventory, so nice try, but keep looking on Wikipedia. Maybe you'll find something.

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Guys i really am getting ready to float away.. this is our 5th year here, and i thought i had it 100% "flood proof" ... starting to worry, going to go pull the Mrs and my good vehicles from the out buildings and check on how to get some cover on the roof.. We lost some shingles last night..
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So the M16, A1, A2, A3, A4, and the M4 and M4A1 are all assault rifles? Man, I'd better tell the military that Technical Manuals 9-1005-319-10, 9-1005-249-10 and 9-1005-319-23&P and FM 3-22.9 are all wrong because an intelligence paper from 1970 said those weapons are assault rifles, not rifles and carbines. Your comment heading of "She is kinda pregnant but kinda not??" is incorrect. It is more like "She used to be pregnant but not anymore" which makes sense, right? The whole disagreement was you claiming the military USES the term and I said we don't USE the term. Neither of us made any claims of past uses until I challenged you to find something to support your claim, and then you cited some defunct intelligence summary that has no bearing on the term now.

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My guns are all Defensive Weapons right now.
When in my holster in my closet whatever. They are for my protection.
I will not call anything that I own an Assault weapon.

Now if I run out of my house shooting and killing innocents then, any gun that I am using is instantly converted to an assault weapon.

I like semi-auto, pump, military style rifles, I think I will now call black guns. Long guns work
Just my $12million worth...

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On the weather channel I saw that San Diego got close to 3 inches of rain from this storm. When I was there in October they were rationing water.
They are talking snow here again on Monday, gawd I hate winter :<)

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pretty mild and warm winter. Blowing today, not bad at 60 degrees. 3" in SD is a lot.
All in all I like it where I live. I have my Travel Trailer and can bust out of here for the nasty parts of summer.

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content is as valid today as it was on the day it was published. It is valid until the content is found to be incorrect and is noted as such in superceeding manuals.
Your Army has the term "on the books".
I suggest you not try telling the military that Technical Manuals 9-1005-319-10, 9-1005-249-10 and 9-1005-319-23&P and FM 3-22.9 are all wrong, E-6s are not paid to think at those levels :<)
Hey, that's an attempt at humor, lighten up!

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If You didn't buy the rifle for hunting or killing it's
SPORTING EQUIPMENT
used for punching holes in paper or
what ever else gets in your sights

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Since the Army buys them to assault people with they have to be...LOL

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I have a Marlin simi 22 I have made an adaptor
that attaches to the trigger guard and converts
it into a gatlin gun
What the hell it's just a 22 lol
It still aint no assult weapon

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I made it myself. It clamps on with a set screw and a rod&reel handle turns
a cam which pulls the trigger. That comes under gatlin gun because I
technically pull the trigger everytime it fires

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4 years 48 weeks ago, 2:13 PM

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4 years 48 weeks ago, 3:27 PM

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Sporting equipment?

I have to disagree there too. I bought my Bushmaster for two primary reasons. To maintain proficiency with my individual weapon system by practicing with a similar operating system, and to use as a defensive weapon should the needs arise. I don't engage in any sporting events with my M4 and when I punch holes in paper or cardboard, I am training with my weapon. So if we're going to start labeling firearms based on the intent of the end user, then mine would be a defensive longarm/training aid, right? Now if you are shooting holes in paper just to have fun and relax, then your rifle would be considered a piece of recreational equipment, right?

"I have always been a soldier. I have known no other life. The calling of arms, I have followed from boyhood. I have never sought another." From The Virtues of War, by Steven Pressfield.
4 years 48 weeks ago, 3:41 PM

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Hey guy, why take the fun out of it?
You know a good day at the range earns braging rights
Now you've made it a sport LOL

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4 years 48 weeks ago, 3:45 PM

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I don't brag

and I don't talk about range time. Top Secret army stuff. Grrr. Huh? Who just growled at me? Oh, it's you. Stop that. Goddamn it, I said stop trying to be a mime. We're typing here. You fuckin retard, I liked you better when you were a vocal second personality! And anyway, mimes don't growl, so you've already screwed that up. And anyway, mimes don't growl, so you've already screwed that up. Oh real mature, playing the repeater game. Oh real mature, playing the repeater game. Goddamn it.

Goddamn it.

"I have always been a soldier. I have known no other life. The calling of arms, I have followed from boyhood. I have never sought another." From The Virtues of War, by Steven Pressfield.
4 years 48 weeks ago, 3:49 PM

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No one growled
They just laughed at the thought that you think
we believe that shit.

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4 years 48 weeks ago, 3:57 PM

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Aww, darn it. What blew my story? Must've been the mime bit. Yeah, I keep telling myself to stop whacking off to the drawing of Chester Cheetah on the Cheetos bag, but after I tell myself that, I pretend to be a high speed army guy. Grr. Yeah, that was me that time. Damned barking spiders.

"I have always been a soldier. I have known no other life. The calling of arms, I have followed from boyhood. I have never sought another." From The Virtues of War, by Steven Pressfield.
4 years 48 weeks ago, 4:16 PM

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so i am

going to rename my weapons" kill you fucking dead if you get in the way when i start pulling the trigger",that will be my pistols,my rifle i will rename "Once again you got in my fucking way when i pulled the trigger" and i will rename my 870" Ha! Ha! your fucking heads gone".

i tried being reasonable,i didn't like it, NRA LIFE MEMBER,USMC VETERAN
4 years 48 weeks ago, 4:23 PM

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You need a dance instructer
make tha MF dance

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4 years 48 weeks ago, 4:27 PM

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My G34 and M4's name

Hope and Change. Not as clever as lucky's names, but whatever. Maybe I'll name my Saiga "Don't let this hit your toes when I drop it and start running away, screaming like a little girl or it will break your bones". Waddaya think?

"I have always been a soldier. I have known no other life. The calling of arms, I have followed from boyhood. I have never sought another." From The Virtues of War, by Steven Pressfield.
4 years 48 weeks ago, 4:30 PM

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I wish the owners could fix it so when you click on a comment, it goes right to the comment whether it's on the first or fourth page. Oh well, can't bitch too much, it's free.

"I have always been a soldier. I have known no other life. The calling of arms, I have followed from boyhood. I have never sought another." From The Virtues of War, by Steven Pressfield.

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