without a referring member's user name??
commets and read some of that shit..o boy!!
Quit Whining And Accept Obama's Socialist Utopia
President Barack Obama is clearly leading this country to that bright and
shining city on the hill. A future where ALL men will be treated equal, not just the white man.
All Americans WILL have a choice in whether or not to accept President
Obama's Socialist Utopia. Choose Socialism and live a long and happy life.
Do not concern yourself with those that reject Socialism. They will not
stand in your way as President Obama leads you to that bright and shining
city on the hill.
Consider this chart that shows the President's progress toward Socialism
Clearly the President has a long way to go and needs your help.
Now is the time to get with the program. Get onboard and show
your support for our Great Black President's Plan for a Socialist
America by the year 2012.
Socialism is the way of the future. Be part of it!
Be proud to be a Socialist American!
Stand tall and support your President!
Socialism will work in America and America will be better for it!
"Socialists stand for the establishment of a system of society fundamentally different from that which exists now."
"Production in socialism will be determined by people on the basis of social need, not profit."
"Socialism means production solely for use: bread to eat, houses to live in, clothes to wear."
Oppressed People Of America:
Let the mindless spirit Of Comrade Obama Illuminate the bright red path Of Revolutionary Change! ' YES WE CAN '
Yes, the sooner everyone submits to the State the sooner we can get around to building a better America. Rid them of their guns and bibles and this antiquated selfish belief in 'Liberty' and we'll all be much better off. We will make this country strong again we're just not going to build it on the ideology of some old rich, white, slave owners.
As an enthusiastic admirer of the late great Karl Marx, I can tell you with certainty that whatever founding fathers said is capitalist propaganda. And yes, capitalism and racism do go hand in hand.
Let us talk serious now about our Great Black President Barack Obama.
He recently said these great words: "I'm asking you to believe.
Not just in my ability to bring about real change in Washington...
I'm asking you to believe in yours." -Barack Obama
My president believes in me and my ability to bring about needed change
in this country. And I believe in him and his ablilty to do the same.
Together: Yes We Can!!!
Socialism is coming to America. That's change we can believe in.
The truth is, we've been Socialist for quite some time. More proof
that the average American wouldn't know socialism if someone rubbed
his nose in it.
The average American has no idea how much better off he will be once
America goes completely Socialist.The natural progression for any mature developed nation is Socialism.
I believe that Obama will make great irreversible progress to bring america into this world community form of government.
I also however believe that certain unsavory elements of american society are going to fight him every step of the way in on this progress and they are eventually going to have to be harshly dealt with or they will jeopardize destabilising the entire plan to bring america into the world community.
Excess wealth needs to be put to work for the people. Obama will make sure everyone gets their fair share. The majority of Americans agree with this plan, otherwise Obama would not have won. The World Community is rapidly moving toward socialism. We are holding
the world back. It's time we joined the party.
Chavez is what South America has sorely missed since the death of Che. The people need a voice, and Chavez is that voice. President Chavez knows the playing field has to be level, and everyone needs to be treated equally. The sooner people stop being individuals and start working for the collective the better off we all will be. I'm encouraged by Comrade Chavez's efforts to install himself as leader for life in Venezuela. He is providing a vision we need here in this country to repeal the 22nd amendment so that Obama can serve more than two terms. We need charismatic leaders in these troubled times. Two terms is just not enough. FDR had four terms, and Obama could need more in this time of Economic peril. I always had great admiration for Dr.Chavez , comrade Kim Jong Il, men who knows how to run the levers of power and stay in office. They are truly great men! Dear Leader Kim Jong Il is a great man of faith and courage. Kim is a genuine leader of the people as President Obama. He is loyal and dutiful and versed in civil and military affairs. He has all the best qualities to be required of the people’s leader. He is, before all else, unfailingly loyal and devoted to the country and the people.
Even when the U.S. tried to destroy the socialist gains that North Korea has made. The world knows that the strong Korean People’s Army, trained by Marshall Kim Jong Il, will always emerge victorious.
North Korea's Dear Leader is an inspiration to us all. How fortunate for him that he can motivate his people to accomplish such great things! I am confident that Obama and he shall become close friends and allies. There is much we can learn from such a wise leader and established culture.
The great leader comrade Kim Jong Il has always lived a modest life. It has been said that comrade Kim Jong Il is the korean Harry S. Truman .
This is the bull sh*t this idiot believes...........What a joke.
i had no trouble moving around that site,but i didn't see this,i'd like to meet this guy face to face,what do you know about Mosin-Nagants? i have the opportunity to buy one for 99 dollars,i know they were WW2 sniper rifles in some form but are there less desirable models?calibers?I read about the Mosin -Nagants on the AK site but my questions were not covered there.
It's in bumping brass only members view it.
They will run you between 375.00 to 450.00
Cheaper one's the Mosin91/30Spec Russian 1891/30 7.62x54R Mosin Nagant Rifle with straight bolts around 79.00.
The model 1891/30 Sniper is based on the standard issue 1891/30 rifle from the former USSR. These rifles were used for much of the 20th century. To create the sniper version of these rifles, high quality examples of the 1891/30 were pulled off of the production line. They specifically looked for high quality barrels. They took these hand picked rifles and then turned the bolts down for operation while using a scope. They mounted a scope; both the PV (4x) and PU (3.5x) versions were used. The PU was preferred and used on most of the sniper versions. There was no bayonet issued and the foresight was raised 1mm, which allowed the open sites to be used out to 600 meters. The trigger was also lightened to 4.4-5.3 lbs (2-2.4 kg).
The 1891/30 Sniper proved to be an exceptional sniper rifle, perhaps even the best of WWII. The rifles were mass-produced, with as many as 330,000 of the sniper variants being produced between 1941 and 1943. Of course, due to these types of production numbers, some problems arose. There were numerous complaints about the triggers, they were not adjustable, and so what came with the rifle was what you were stuck with, so hopefully it was adjusted nicely from the factory. Another complaint was with the stock, as some of the wood used during some of the high production times was not high quality and warped a lot during changes in weather. The rifles were also long and heavy which made them a bit awkward in the field. But, despite all that, these rifles were very accurate. Average accuracy was about 1.5 MOA with some examples shooting WELL below 1 MOA. This level of accuracy is amazing for a rifle produced during wartime conditions and in these numbers. It is believed that many German snipers in WWII would use captured 1891/30's as their personal sniper rifles, over their Mauser 98K's.
The 1891/30 Sniper rifle was originally developed in the early 20's (on the Dragoon rifle) and used in the 30's (as the 1891/30). Like many countries did before and during the war, the USSR was switching over to semi-auto combat rifles, the SVT-40, and a sniper variant was produced of this rifle. But accuracy was not up to par and many complaints over the SVT-40 sniper rifle prompted the return of the 1891/30, which performed very well throughout the war. The rifle stayed in service until 1963 when it was replaced in the USSR military by the SVD. The 1891/30 Sniper's stayed in service until the 70's with many communist countries. It actually served with the NVA during the Vietnam Conflict as well. This rifle has an exceptional service history and performance history and deserves to be placed among the greatest of all service built sniper rifles.
Differences between the Mosin-Nagant 1891/30 and the Model 1938 Carbine (m/38 Carbine) are the barrel length, overall length, and length of the stock components. Also the m/38 was not issued with a bayonet nor did it have an integral bayonet that is seen on the m/44. The production run of the m/38 ran from 1938 to 1945.
Model Manufactured Used By
M1944 Carbine 1943 to 1955 Warsaw Pact and third world countries
The Soviet’s had a strange fascination or dependency on bayonet capable rifles and the m/44 filled this bill by having a bayonet permanently affixed to the right side of the rifle. The m/44 carbine is pretty much a clone of the m/38 Carbine except for the bayonet. The production run of the m/44 ran from 1943 to the late 1950s.
Model Manufactured Used By
M1891/59 Carbine 1950s Warsaw Pact
The Soviet Block Countries took existing 1891/30 Long Rifles and cut them down to carbine size. In most cases the rifles were left using the same sights and stocks (reduced in length) that were manufactured for the 1891/30. Also the 1891/59 did not have a bayonet either issued or integral. This carbine was more a modification than a new production rifle. All the samples I have seen have the original manufacture date left on the receiver (the date the 1891/30 rifle was made) and also the assembled date of 1959.
The most commonly found m44 rifles were manufactured in either the Izhevsk and Tula Arsenals, although records show the rifle was made at many arsenals in Russia and other Warsaw Pact countries. The table below will help you identify which rifle you own.
Izhevsk (arsenal mark: triangle w/upright arrow inside)
Tula (arsenal mark: star w/upright arrow inside)
Clockwise from ten o'clock: bore guide, multi-tool (screw driver and firing pin protrusion gauge), cleaning rod handle, and cleaning jag.
Cal is 7.62x54