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Offline Mike Barf

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so, there is a whole lot of issues with "assault style weapons"

 wanted to start a discussion with regards to "assault style" weapons, or the guns "they" don't want you to have.

 there are lots of things regulatory bodies don't want you to have on a gun, or several combinations of things that are not allowed.
 I would like to consider the potential benefits of these items

 first off, the "military style" fire arm to begin with, starting with caliber and ballistics, universal ease of operation and such
 there are more powerful rounds out there, why would you need one in the same caliber as the military?
 rear pistol grip, older style "hunting" rifles as well as older style "military" rifles don't have them, why would you want a modern style fire arm with modern ergonomics?
 forward pistol grips, shielded barrel, hand stop,
 muzzle brake, or flash suppressor,
 upgraded optics

 and one of the biggest points of contention, standard capacity magazines, or I call them standard capacity magazines, the media and government agencies like to call the civilian versions "extended capacity"
 I am referring to the regular 30 round magazines, not the reduced capacity ones that I can get here in california.

 this is not a post to generate arguments,
 only to point out the advantages of the carbines that are popular and desired to be banned by persons in the government.
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    Re: benefits of "assault style weapons" , modified or "sproterized" guns
    « Reply #1 on: February 23, 2013, 10:19:16 pm »
    Gun control is REALLY about, "PEOPLE CONTROL."   >:(
     
    Everything else, is semantics...
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    Re: benefits of "assault style weapons" , modified or "sproterized" guns
    « Reply #2 on: February 24, 2013, 01:30:01 am »
    I know, and the regulations seem to be in order to prevent private citizens from having a specific capacity.

     I explained it to my wife in this manner, yet the case at point is to highlight the benefits of these things that gun control lobbyists want to restrict or dis allow.

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    Re: benefits of "assault style weapons" , modified or "sproterized" guns
    « Reply #3 on: February 24, 2013, 10:57:33 am »
    Besides this "same caliber as the military" and many LE agencies, I have them because they are what I'm very famaliar with. Second nature to me. The army taught me well. I don't need to think about handling/operation with these style of rifles. Just makes sense that I would own one.
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    Re: benefits of "assault style weapons" , modified or "sproterized" guns
    « Reply #4 on: February 24, 2013, 11:00:12 am »
    and another good point that I haven't thought of. thank you

     familiarity of a tool can mean safer, more efficient operation.
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    Re: benefits of "assault style weapons" , modified or "sproterized" guns
    « Reply #5 on: February 24, 2013, 11:41:58 am »
    i'm tired of all the negative talk about owning black rifles. about decided to take my hardly used bushmaster over to my favorite gun shop and trade it for a nice double barreled shotgun. papa joe says i can just step outside, fire off both bbls and all is cool. no more bandits and such. could prob get a decent one and make some money to spend on my junk. yep that is what i will do. ==sheriff==
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    Re: benefits of "assault style weapons" , modified or "sproterized" guns
    « Reply #6 on: February 26, 2013, 09:10:30 am »
    Ya know sheriff, not a bad idea. If joe says it's ok then it has to be. And when I do exactly what he said and the cops try to arrest me I'm gonna say "nope, can't arrest me. VP said it was ok to do it". That should make everything A-ok. ;)

    Stupid biden. Dude is a crackpot. ::)


     familiarity of a tool can mean safer, more efficient operation.

    I try and tell my wife that and she never buys off on it. No matter what I suggest and say "it's ok" she says "you're not doing that with that". Tell her I've had it all my life and know what it can and can't do and she still doesn't buy off. ;)
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