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    Some time ago, there was a post about donating ammo for a wounded veteran fun shoot. I would like to know more about this. Does anyone have any info? Is there a way to volunteer some time with these men and women?

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    I believe they're still doing it over on surplusrifleforum.

    http://www.surplusrifleforum.com/vie...=1&t=42485

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    Thank you.

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    The title of this thread is both misleading and disturbing.:what:

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    That's what I thought, why would anyone want to shoot at a wounded vet?

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    Thats what i thought too. For some reason i read it as "Fun to shoot at wounded veterans."



    Still i have heard about this on the nra newscast and it seems like a really great program.

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    Sorry about that.

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    They're already wounded; I don't see the point in shooting them.

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    They shoot horses, don't they? First the veterans disarmament bill and now this, tsk tsk tsk.

    Time for the draft to shut some of these not-conscientous-enough children up - maybe permanently.

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    Doug Huffman wrote:
    They shoot horses, don't they? First the veterans disarmament bill and now this, tsk tsk tsk.

    Time for the draft to shut some of these not-conscientous-enough children up - maybe permanently.
    I know you don't care (nor should you), but I would like to reiterate, just for the record, that I really don't like you.

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    expvideo wrote:
    Doug Huffman wrote:
    They shoot horses, don't they? First the veterans disarmament bill and now this, tsk tsk tsk.

    Time for the draft to shut some of these not-conscientous-enough children up - maybe permanently.
    I know you don't care (nor should you), but I would like to reiterate, just for the record, that I really don't like you.
    I've been developing a similar opinion about Mr. Huffman myself. His lofty and self-righteous prose have been picking at a frazzled nerve for many months now. Many of his ideas seem to be in accordance with my own opinions, but the way they are presentedis unnecessarily verbose.

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    I think he's kind of funny sometimes, but I've ben known to be a jerk from time to time who likes to get a rise out of people, and I enjoy watching it from a safe distance even more.

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    vmathis12019 wrote:
    expvideo wrote:
    Doug Huffman wrote:
    They shoot horses, don't they? First the veterans disarmament bill and now this, tsk tsk tsk.

    Time for the draft to shut some of these not-conscientous-enough children up - maybe permanently.
    I know you don't care (nor should you), but I would like to reiterate, just for the record, that I really don't like you.
    I've been developing a similar opinion about Mr. Huffman myself. His lofty and self-righteous prose have been picking at a frazzled nerve for many months now. Many of his ideas seem to be in accordance with my own opinions, but the way they are presentedis unnecessarily verbose.

    Uhh, guys, I am pretty sure it was sarcasm... And as an active duty(non-wounded) the whole joke about the thread title was kinda funny. Let's all take a deep breath now...


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