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    Thought Mr. Peanut was preoccupied after all these many years . . .



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    That examiner guy, though clearly against a ban, does not have his facts all correct.
    Many Americans incorrectly believe that civilians are able to own fully automatic weapons (machine guns) where once the trigger is pulled, rounds are expelled at a fast rate. An AR-15, for example, is the semi automatic civilian version of the U.S. military's M16 rifle. The M16 has a three round burst option but the AR15 can only shoot one round at a time.
    He incorrectly believes that civilians are not able to own fully automatic weapons.


    READ THE COMMENTS OF THE 2nd ONE
    To that I can only say one thing: "Sheeple of the world, UNITE!" :P
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    wrightme wrote:


    READ THE COMMENTS OF THE 2nd ONE
    To that I can only say one thing: "Sheeple of the world, UNITE!" :P
    They dont have a clue as to what they're talking about and the sad part is that they dont want to know. They want to believe the drivil that they spew and no one and nothingwill ever convince them to change their minds. "Sheeple" is a understatement!
    "You can teach 'em, but you cant learn 'em."

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    It's amazing how the folks that support an AWB never think about how AW "STYLE" weapons in the hands of citizesn is all that stands between a free society and an oppressive government that would trash our Constitutional Rights.

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    Task Force 16 wrote:
    It's amazing how the folks that support an AWB never think about how AW "STYLE" weapons in the hands of citizesn is all that stands between a free society and an oppressive government that would trash our Constitutional Rights.

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    Task Force 16 wrote:
    It's amazing how the folks that support an AWB never think about how AW "STYLE" weapons in the hands of citizesn is all that stands between a free society and an oppressive government that would trash our Constitutional Rights.
    Bayonet lugs and pistol grips don't stand in the way of liberty and tyranny.

    You'd think that an assault weapons ban would ban assault weapons. Too bad it just bans scary looking features more than actual functionality. What else could you expect from people who make laws based on emotion?

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    N00blet45 wrote:
    Task Force 16 wrote:
    It's amazing how the folks that support an AWB never think about how AW "STYLE" weapons in the hands of citizesn is all that stands between a free society and an oppressive government that would trash our Constitutional Rights.
    Bayonet lugs and pistol grips don't stand in the way of liberty and tyranny.

    You'd think that an assault weapons ban would ban assault weapons. Too bad it just bans scary looking features more than actual functionality. What else could you expect from people who make laws based on emotion?


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    N00blet45 wrote:
    Task Force 16 wrote:
    It's amazing how the folks that support an AWB never think about how AW "STYLE" weapons in the hands of citizesn is all that stands between a free society and an oppressive government that would trash our Constitutional Rights.
    Bayonet lugs and pistol grips don't stand in the way of liberty and tyranny.

    You'd think that an assault weapons ban would ban assault weapons. Too bad it just bans scary looking features more than actual functionality. What else could you expect from people who make laws based on emotion?
    Well Said !

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    N00blet45 wrote:
    Task Force 16 wrote:
    It's amazing how the folks that support an AWB never think about how AW "STYLE" weapons in the hands of citizesn is all that stands between a free society and an oppressive government that would trash our Constitutional Rights.
    Bayonet lugs and pistol grips don't stand in the way of liberty and tyranny.

    You'd think that an assault weapons ban would ban assault weapons. Too bad it just bans scary looking features more than actual functionality. What else could you expect from people who make laws based on emotion?
    IF we use the literal definitions of the words "assault weapons" separately, we could include baseball bats, hammers, clubs, pitch forks, and any other object that can be used to inflict injury.

    Proponants of AWB are a perfect example of the "Blind leading the blind".

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