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...or how I learned to stop worrying and laugh at the morons:



I consider these hacks assault weapons...
 

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This very topic was one of the last discussions I had with a friend, that ultimately ended our friendship. Incredibly frustrating to watch but typical from the left.
 

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Virtually every rifle, pistol, and shotgun was some version of a assault, military weapon, at some time in their beginning.....
First came the flintlock
Second came the persussion
Then the trapdoor
Fourth the lever gun
Fifth the bolt action
Sixth the semi-auto (rifle and pistol)
Fully automatic weapons....do ya see where I am going with this.....the govt could reason that all firearms are assault rifles as they all were at one time a military weapon!

Assault weapon = WHAT THE GOVERNMENT SAYS THEY ARE!
 

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I own a 'cowboy assault rifle' and a 'modern sporter rifle'. I also hunt pheasant with a 'sporting destructive device'. :image035:
 

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assault weapon is one of many terms to make an ordinary firearm sound scary. Ever notice that AR15s carried by police are referred to as "patrol rifles"? You own a bolt action? Why do you need a "sniper rifle"?
 

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by its simplest definition as assault is an attack. So if I attack someone with a fork it becomes an assault for. If I do it with an ice cream cone, well you get the idea................
 
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If it is a PDW "personal defense weapon" in the hands of a government worker, it is the same in my hands.
 

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assault weapon is one of many terms to make an ordinary firearm sound scary. Ever notice that AR15s carried by police are referred to as "patrol rifles"? You own a bolt action? Why do you need a "sniper rifle"?
When government agencies put out bid requests for what is invariably a version of an AR15, often with select fire capability, they call it a "personal defense weapon". But what do all the agencies do with these guns? They assault the public - ATF, FBI, EPA, IRS, et all.

Same guns, different clothes.

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I thought they all had shoulder things that go up?
 
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