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Scott.K

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  1. any one else feel that political correctness is uselss?

  2. just some people cant accept the fact that they are stupid... oh well, cant beat the [excrement] outa everybody...

  3. what school library doesnt have War and Peace?

  4. Can't wait till the next Metro game comes out! Gotta love post-apocalyptic anything, except, of course, real life.

  5. Lost forgive me, but I have 12 german shepherds that way at least 80 pounds and 120 ponds at most and I still dont feel safe. I love my dogs to death and I would only send them into harms way if I feel I need to. Plus I need to work on that nasty recoil of firing 3 inch 12 gauge rounds loaded with buckshot. havnt gotten around to getting a recoil pad for my Saiga 12 yet. And I would like to keep my rather large collection of military weaponry thats worth in the $500,000 range if you dont mind. Wasnt easy getting it.
  6. Can I have posting rights for the LO forum sense im not a liberal and dont wanna get banned? Lost said I have to ask you for them.

  7. Lost, I beg of u to allow me to post in this LO forum! I have one good reason that you can not refuse: because you love me
  8. If you refuse to see the facts, oh well. Me and the other gun nuts tried. Now lemme get off of this forum before being banned for not being a liberal
  9. Welcome to No Holds Barred

    1. Chuck!

      Chuck!

      Helmets are recommended for beginners,,,,

    2. Scott.K
  10. One of the lines that many progressives and TV talking heads are reiterating is that no one really wants to take away Americans' guns. Senator Dianne Feinstein apparently missed that directive. She admitted as far back as 1995 that she does, indeed, wish to take everyone's guns away from them. In a 1995 broadcast of CBS' 60 Minutes,Feinstein admitted she would love to have instituted an "outright ban" on all guns. Feinstein was the driving force to the failed (and now lapsed) 1994 assault weapons ban,and it was upon her success at getting the law passed that she made her admission. If I could've gotten 51 votes in the Senate of the United States for an outright ban, picking up every one of them -- Mr. and Mrs. America turn 'em all in -- I would have done it. I could not do that. The votes weren't here. This is not the way many lefties are trying to sell their latest attempts at violating the 2nd Amendment, of course. Led by President Obama, the latest tactic is to claim that no one really wants to take away guns and that any claim to the opposite is just "fearmongering." In 2008, President Obama went out of his way to tell the nation that he "believes" in the Second Amendment. I, I, just want to be absolutely clear, all right?So I dont want any misunderstanding, when, when yall go home and youre talkin to your buddies, and they say, "Aww, he wants to take my gun away." Youve heard it here; Im on television, so everybody knows it. I believe in the Second Amendment. I believe in peoples lawful right to bear arms. I will not take your shotgun away. I will not take your rifle away. I wont take your handgun away But I am not going to take your guns away. So if you want to find an excuse not to vote for me, dont use that one because it just aint true. It aint true. U.S. Congressman Raul Grijalva (D, Ariz.) mirrored this tactic: "I think the majority of the American people want us to have a rational discussion that protects their fundamental rights and the Second Amendment, but also protects the public safety. I don't that's a contradiction," Grijalva said in July. This talking point is echoed by many in the media. During his "townhall" event on CNN a few weeks ago, Piers Morgan made the claim that he believes in the U.S. Constitution and doesn't support taking all guns from every American, despite his constant refrain that guns need to be banned. U.S. News writer Susan Milligan agreed, saying in November that there is "no evidence" that any one wants to take away American's firearms. The sentiment is also deployed by small, local papers, like that of the Albany Herald, who's Carlton Fletcher scoffed at the notion that anyone wants to take away guns. "Despite what the latest ultra-right-wing posts assure you is happening even now as you're reading this, President Obama and the United Nations are not putting the finishing touches on their nefarious plot to 'take away our guns,'" Fletcher wrote in September. Vice Magazine also recently engaged in this subterfuge. "Basically no one wants to take anyones gun away, at least not in America," wrote Associate Editor Harry Cheadle in June. Even the extremist, left-wing media-watching group, Media Matters, proclaimed any thought that progressives want to take guns away is nothing but "fearmongering." Senator Feinstein, though, is far more direct. This attempt to hide the left's true motives is not a tactic that she bothers with. Feinstein is quite open: Her goal, like that of the rest of the left in America, is to undermine the Second Amendment and take away all Americans' right to own firearms of any kind. http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/01/01/Reminder-Sen-Feinstein-Said-She-Wants-All-Guns-Banned What now bitch?
  11. One of the lines that many progressives and TV talking heads are reiterating is that no one really wants to take away Americans' guns. Senator Dianne Feinstein apparently missed that directive. She admitted as far back as 1995 that she does, indeed, wish to take everyone's guns away from them. In a 1995 broadcast of CBS' 60 Minutes,Feinstein admitted she would love to have instituted an "outright ban" on all guns. Feinstein was the driving force to the failed (and now lapsed) 1994 assault weapons ban,and it was upon her success at getting the law passed that she made her admission. If I could've gotten 51 votes in the Senate of the United States for an outright ban, picking up every one of them -- Mr. and Mrs. America turn 'em all in -- I would have done it. I could not do that. The votes weren't here. This is not the way many lefties are trying to sell their latest attempts at violating the 2nd Amendment, of course. Led by President Obama, the latest tactic is to claim that no one really wants to take away guns and that any claim to the opposite is just "fearmongering." In 2008, President Obama went out of his way to tell the nation that he "believes" in the Second Amendment. I, I, just want to be absolutely clear, all right?So I dont want any misunderstanding, when, when yall go home and youre talkin to your buddies, and they say, "Aww, he wants to take my gun away." Youve heard it here; Im on television, so everybody knows it. I believe in the Second Amendment. I believe in peoples lawful right to bear arms. I will not take your shotgun away. I will not take your rifle away. I wont take your handgun away But I am not going to take your guns away. So if you want to find an excuse not to vote for me, dont use that one because it just aint true. It aint true. U.S. Congressman Raul Grijalva (D, Ariz.) mirrored this tactic: "I think the majority of the American people want us to have a rational discussion that protects their fundamental rights and the Second Amendment, but also protects the public safety. I don't that's a contradiction," Grijalva said in July. This talking point is echoed by many in the media. During his "townhall" event on CNN a few weeks ago, Piers Morgan made the claim that he believes in the U.S. Constitution and doesn't support taking all guns from every American, despite his constant refrain that guns need to be banned. U.S. News writer Susan Milligan agreed, saying in November that there is "no evidence" that any one wants to take away American's firearms. The sentiment is also deployed by small, local papers, like that of the Albany Herald, who's Carlton Fletcher scoffed at the notion that anyone wants to take away guns. "Despite what the latest ultra-right-wing posts assure you is happening even now as you're reading this, President Obama and the United Nations are not putting the finishing touches on their nefarious plot to 'take away our guns,'" Fletcher wrote in September. Vice Magazine also recently engaged in this subterfuge. "Basically no one wants to take anyones gun away, at least not in America," wrote Associate Editor Harry Cheadle in June. Even the extremist, left-wing media-watching group, Media Matters, proclaimed any thought that progressives want to take guns away is nothing but "fearmongering." Senator Feinstein, though, is far more direct. This attempt to hide the left's true motives is not a tactic that she bothers with. Feinstein is quite open: Her goal, like that of the rest of the left in America, is to undermine the Second Amendment and take away all Americans' right to own firearms of any kind.
  12. Ya guns make it easier to kill people. But they also make it easier to defend your self. Thats the reason most people buy guns, to defend themselves. Please do not confuse me and the other gunnuts on here with the truly Evil people in this world. I have come to understand Liberals and anti-gun lobby-ests with better light and more understanding. Doesnt mean I agree with them, it just means that I can understand where they are coming from. Can you be the same and try and understand us as well?
  13. Oh no, the 87mm mortar and PaK 40 arnt demilled, they are just waiting to be restored. We are working on the PaK right now because I want that up and running first. Before I make it working, I will have to get my dad to get it registered and everything. And when I said by the third gun I meant the sherif knew me and my dad by face so it just makes things that much simpler.
  14. '86? Coulda sworn it was '89. And my type 95 is a WW2 light machine gun. It kinda looms like a BREN. And Saiga was made post '89? I gotta check that out. Well any way, I am not one of call of duty pricks that after playing 3 hours think they are suddenly an expert. I can assure you all of my experience is first hand and most of my knowledge is too. If I have a question about something, I ask a friend of my dad's who was a weapons smith in the navy. and when I make a mistake I admit it and dont go all defensive about it. Sorry if I am now, but I just dont like people thinking I have a call of duty degree in weapons.
  15. All of my guns were made before 1989 automatic weapon ban, so I do not need one. All I need is the sheriff's blessing and I got that by the 3rd gun so im in the clear. I would know if I was doing some thing ileagal.
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