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When this "In the name of Sandyhook" bs finally dies down, I think it will certainly be time to start pushing a number of proactive protect the 2A measures that actively stipulate and protect people's second amendment rights and preemptively squelch this kind of nonsense.
 

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Stupid, stupid and stupid. Dem's that is. IMHO
 
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Scary......Ammo to go on the web is out of stock on every item I want. Good Grief.
 

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I have to wonder if those fool liberals will demand that DHS give up their 1 billion rounds of JHP for their 40cal guns?? I doubt it. The morons probably never thought of that. If the liberals want my HP rounds there's 2 ways they can have them. The easy way at $5 a round or the hard way. Their choice.
 
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OK, so now we only want bullets that will pass through the bad guys and hit 2-3 more people in the back ground. That is much safer and well thought through. I am starting to think that politicians drink water from lead cups.
 

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Heck with banning 'hollow points', they should ban 'hollow heads'...starting with many of the politicians.
 

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OK, so now we only want bullets that will pass through the bad guys and hit 2-3 more people in the back ground. That is much safer and well thought through. I am starting to think that politicians drink water from lead cups.
Maybe if the bullets pass through the bad guy & there is collateral damage, they will get more support to ban more guns. Just a thought.
 

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Hey, Buckwheat. Saw this on another forum a bit ago. I'll paraphrase the same response here as I gave there: this has about as much chance as passing as me figuring out teleportation. These jerkwagons are just a bunch of Milwaukee libtards who don't even know the WI DNR regulations regarding hunting with HP's. Absolute morons.
 

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Hey, Buckwheat. Saw this on another forum a bit ago. I'll paraphrase the same response here as I gave there: this has about as much chance as passing as me figuring out teleportation. These jerkwagons are just a bunch of Milwaukee libtards who don't even know the WI DNR regulations regarding hunting with HP's. Absolute morons.
I know but its out there! They throw stuff ( for lack of better word) at the wall and see what sticks. Some of those Milwaukee reps are out there, just look at Gwen Moore.
 

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If forced, I'd shoot a BG just as dead with a FMJ or hard case. A .45 hole is still a .45 hole.
 

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Try to ban, or try and ban?
 

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While amusing, the caption is still grammatically incorrect. :hand5:

I commented as I did because for a long moment I thought Wisconsin went full retard and really did ban hollow points. Glad to see they're only trying to instead. :image035:
 

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JHP bullets. I use them for more-rapid halting of violent murderous threats, reduced probability of need for as many shots to be fired, reduced likelihood of collateral damage (via many more shots being needed to halt a threat), reduced potential to penetrate so deeply through distant walls/barriers that could put others at dire risk. Overall, a net gain any way you slice it.

Murderous felons, OTOH, are committing their heinous acts as they choose. No stopping that. But, even for them, there are these same benefits in terms of reducing impact beyond the immediate target.

And when it comes to a murderous felon's desire to harm me versus my huge desire to survive the encounter, I'll bank on my desire. Give me JHP every time, else you reduce my ability to survive.

I have a hard time seeing how any congress critter could justify the utility of a JHP ban, with such simple benefits overall. Unless, of course, they're attempting to raise the death rate of victims who are violently attacked by the murderous few.

Progressive, def: continual attempts at progressing beyond sanity, until mission is achieved. :blink:
 

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Uhhhh Don't the police use hollow points? Does this make police cop killers & murderers? Or will they be exempt so they can murder citizens? If the police themselves use hollow point are tghey also cop killers?

Sooooo many questions, soooooo few answers.
 
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