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- by - January 10, 2013 - 21:16 America/New_York - 3 Comments


If there is no need for “Assault Rifles” why do all the police now have them? We the People encounter the same threats police do. And almost always BEFORE they arrive.

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  1. Moe Tom

    January 11th, 2013

    What exactly is an assault rifle? As opposed to a rifle?

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  2. Unruly Refugee

    January 11th, 2013

    If you use a rod to catch fish it’s called a fishing rod. If it were made only for hitting people it would be called an assault rod.
    If you use a rifle to hunt it is called a hunting rifle. To shoot targets, a target rifle.
    The progs cannot understand that these guns are not designed or sold to be used in assaults.
    They would be more correct if they called the crazed killers “assault progs” and didn’t spend so much time blaming the weapon used.

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  3. Lowell

    January 12th, 2013

    Moe, to the best of my understanding this was a term coined by the media.It denotes a rifle that has a certain look that scares them, and they want it to scare the public.

    I suppose from a technical stand point it is a compact (compared to a Main Battle Rifle), full automatic carbine that fires an intermediate cartridge. Less powerful than the .30 caliber (30.06) and the 7.62 X 51 (.308) used in the Garand and the M-14. Those were Battle Rifles. These will shoot through cinderblock walls and easily down a human on the other side. But they are large and heavy.

    But I digress.

    The Assault Rifle is the stalking horse for those panty wetters who want weapons out of civilian hands. Their ignorance has instilled fear in them and it goes to their bones. It has become a boogeyman larger than life. They honestly think that merely handling one will induce a psychotic rage that will result in mass murder.

    In short, they are frightened children who have not and will not assume the responsibilities of an adult. They refuse to educate themselves and absolutely refute the concept of personal responsibility and competence.

    I’ll end with this.

    Heard on a news program yesterday one of these ‘children’ demanding that “every opinion” needed to be considered as the nation looks for solutions to prevent another “Sandy Hook”. I disagree. I refuse to entertain serious consideration of any opinion that is ill informed, ignorant, based solely on emotion that leaves no room for rational logical thought.

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