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    Has anyone seen this pistol?

    http://fmkfirearms.com/Products/9c1pistol.html

    I have to say this pistol is awesome just because of its engravings, the 10 round mags and magazine safety definately bite.

    Some stuff that I found awesome on their site.


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    For many American citizens who embrace a political philosophy which swings left, collectivism, socialism, and ultimately communism is the idealist utopia they aspire to capture and promulgate across America. For these people, For My Kountry, means to ridicule excellence, to fear prosperity, and to blame others for individual failures.

    It is an ideology which springs from mankind’s weakest tenets…jealousy and envy. It is an ideology which attempts to tear all down to one low and “equal” or “fair” level. It is an ideology incapable of raising anyone or anything upward. Most of all, it is an ideology without any understanding of American culture or our American Founders’ dream of creating a country free from government tyranny, open to individual initiative, and most important, insuring to all citizens those inalienable rights guaranteed to mankind by God.

    It might seem a little bit ridiculous, an inconsequential little guy, running an inconsequential little plastics company, with his inconsequential little handgun, might take on the audacious task of encouraging his fellow Americans to stand on their own, believe in themselves, appreciate our wonderful uniquely American freedoms, remind them of those simple but succinct liberties called the Bill of Rights, and expect he might have any effect on this vast and diverse land.

    In my rumination, I realize it is no more ridiculous than hoping for dread, encouraging distrust against those wealthier than myself, blaming others for my failures, or expecting that a communist form of government would make life better for more people in America than our free-enterprise form of government does. No, it’s not ridiculous as that, and while inconsequential, it does make me feel I’m doing something positive… For My Kountry

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    We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.—That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, —That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it…


    I wonder how it is the “People” might alter or abolish their government without the tools necessary to do so.

    Liberals will tell you the 2nd Amendment, the one that says, “…The Right of the People to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed”, doesn’t guarantee “individuals” the Right to bear arms because the preamble to the 2nd Amendment says, “A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state…”

    If that’s what the Founders meant, why didn’t they just say, “The Right of the People to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed, unless…

    They didn’t say it because they didn’t mean it. The Founders said and wrote exactly what they meant in the Declaration of Independence and throughout the U.S. Constitution, a nasty annoyance to liberalism’s promulgation.

    Liberalism is changing America for the worse. Social programs, starting with the New Deal then Great Society have burdened Americans to depend on government instead of Church, God and community. The result of these programs is more people dependent upon government instead of less. Liberalism also ventures to create more intrusive and punitive tax policy on those who are most productive, discouraging the self-starters and entrepreneurs that our country depends on for new technology and innovation.

    Separation of Church and State is a perversion of the 1st Amendment to take religious influence out of all government business when it was designed only to keep government influence out of religion.

    Liberalism has destroyed our school system. Even though we spend billions on education, most Americans don’t have the critical thinking skills necessary to tell fact from fiction and they take media reports and stories for face value embracing lies and policies which are devastating our nation.

    The American Founders recognized the most important role for government was to ensure the freedom, creativity and industry of American individualism, and they recognized that this individualism, this freedom to pursue happiness, was in fact a decree from God, not man. All of this spites the philosophies of contemporary liberalism.

    Independence, individualism, responsibility, and aversion to government aid and meddling are all encouraged when a people believes it can take care of its needs better than government can. When people tend to their own security, they are further empowered to believe and to act in a manner free from government intrusion.

    Firearm ownership magnifies and encourages all these admirable qualities of man. Firearm ownership also threatens the liberal philosophies which demand a dependent, despondent and surrendered people; explanation for the creative and far-fetched calisthenics endorsed by opponents of the 2nd Amendment.

    As benevolent professors, Alexander Hamilton, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, and George Washington watch over FMK Firearms, and we intend to promote and encourage the ideals they set into the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution.

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    1. Provide a high-quality firearm to all Americans at the most competitive price.
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    left side engravings

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    i'd have to see it perform before i call it awsome or a hi-point

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    Interesting, anyone have a range report on it?

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    for 429 I might buy one and give a report when I get back to the states. Of course, that's not gonna be for another five or six months...

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