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post #341 of 356 (permalink) Old 03-22-2019, 09:43 AM
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I wonder if half the people on these threads about semi-autos have ever shot one. That should be a requirement before you can debate any of it.
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I have shot them and Do Not want to see them in the pa woods, what can they do better than you typical rifle, it’s just a I’m a Bada$&!!!! If I’m carrying one
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I have shot them and Do Not want to see them in the pa woods, what can they do better than you typical rifle, it’s just a I’m a Bada$&!!!! If I’m carrying one
I guess most people in Alaska and other states are just in a bad a$$ type of mood then. Simply they are much more enjoyable to shoot in my opinion. If you can use it for hunting or going to a range and have fun with them, then its a positive thing in my mind. I found that I did not go to the range with my traditional deer rifle like I do with my semi-auto. Lets go and shoot 500 rounds on a traditional rifle and see what the shoulders feel like. Promoting people to get out and just shoot and get more proficient or accurate and then be able to use what they are comfortable shooting in a hunting scenario is a positive for me.
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No need for us civilians to own, law enforcement, military Yes

Would you support the rights of your neighbor or relative who would like to own one ? How about your son or grandson ?
Itís hard for me to understand how a hunter who understands guns and how they work would end up not wanting their peers to have the choice to own an AR.
They certainly arenít more powerful than your average deer rifle. Shotguns hold five to ten rounds depending on which gun you get.
Magazine capacity maybe ? Or is it just how they look ?
It seems to me in todayís political climate we better just stick together and fight to keep what we have. The rights we give away in the guise of public safety these days is ridiculous.

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I have shot them and Do Not want to see them in the pa woods, what can they do better than you typical rifle, itís just a Iím a Bada$&!!!! If Iím carrying one
This statement says more about your state of mind...than those you speak about.
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Classic projection.
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I have shot them and Do Not want to see them in the pa woods, what can they do better than you typical rifle, itís just a Iím a Bada$&!!!! If Iím carrying one
That's already been answered, repeatedly.
What's missing in this "Conversation" is your answers to any questions posed.
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No need for us civilians to own, law enforcement, military Yes
How much do you actually know about these semi auto “assault” weapons???

You do understand that the military uses the M4 rifle, full auto while an AR 15 is semi auto, correct?

You do understand that military and law enforcement also use pump shotguns, semi auto handguns, and bolt action rifles, correct?

What is the definition of “military grade assault weapon”?
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I guess if I want a better recoil gun in bolt action, these are available, but I bet people would still think its a military style rifle. https://www.remington.com/rifles/bol.../model-700-pcr
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I guess if I want a better recoil gun in bolt action, these are available, but I bet people would still think its a military style rifle. https://www.remington.com/rifles/bol.../model-700-pcr
That doesn't do anything to reduce recoil other than a small amount of added weight...
It's a rigid, adjustable setup for precision shooting. Would make a nice long-range hunting setup for the bench crowd though...
But yeah, it's black, has a pistol grip, so I'm sure it'll scare some...
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