Bushmaster .223

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    Re: Bushmaster .223

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    shotguns don't use clips, you empty headed twit.

     

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    Really? You sure about that? 100% sure?????

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    Ones with pistol grips don't.

     
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    Re: Bushmaster .223

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    wasnt talking abot an m-16


    WHOOOOSH

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    If you only knew as much as you think you do!

     

    Know the difference in an AR-15 and a M-16?

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    Yes, the M-16 can be fired in full automatic mode and the AR-15 cannot.  AN AR-15 can be converted to a fully automatic weapon with the use of M-16 parts - with no machining of the AR-15.

    In other words, the M-16 is nearly identical to the AR-15 except for a few parts, which can be changed out.  The AR-15 is basically a modified M-16, modified so that it can legally be sold to the public.

     
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    Re: Bushmaster .223

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    To live in a free society you have to be willing to give up some liberties !

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    We keep giving up liberties, and the problem keeps getting worse.  At some point, one comes to the conclusion that your point of view is wrong.

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    Skeeter - way back when there was no need for assault rifles because assault rifles didn't exist.

    Please explain how giving up assault rifles is the same as giving up liberty?

    Isn't losing your life the ultimate loss of liberty?  I can certainly live with slightly less liberty if it means fewer people dying in mass shooting sprees.

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    Give up liberty on your say so? Ah....No.

    When the assault weapons ban was repealed, violent crime invovling guns dropped.

    I can certainly live with less crime.  More guns mean less crime.  Makes you wonder why Holder is sending guns into Mexico, eh?

    You see, your premise that more guns means more crime is simply wrong.  Learn from your mistake.  There is no reason to give up your liberty for no return. Consider:

     

    Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both.

     - Ben Franklin

     

    Would you not agree?

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    The mistake is yours; the international data says otherwise.

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    Well, no, the mistake is not mine.

    You are looking at skewed data, and miss the point of giving up a little liberty for a little security and where that leads.  Not unexpected however for a liberal to miss tha tpoint.

     
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    Re: Bushmaster .223

     

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    The mistake is yours; the international data says otherwise.

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    Well, no, the mistake is not mine.

    You are looking at skewed data, and miss the point of giving up a little liberty for a little security and where that leads.  Not unexpected however for a liberal to miss tha tpoint.

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    It is "skewed" only because it does not agree with your premise.

    And we have more liberty now then we had in Franklin's day.  A lot more.

    No right is unlimited.  Get used to it.

     
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    The mistake is yours; the international data says otherwise.

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    Well, no, the mistake is not mine.

    You are looking at skewed data, and miss the point of giving up a little liberty for a little security and where that leads.  Not unexpected however for a liberal to miss tha tpoint.

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    It is "skewed" only because it does not agree with your premise.

    And we have more liberty now then we had in Franklin's day.  A lot more.

    No right is unlimited.  Get used to it.

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    I like how the righties embrace the concept of Liberty when they oppose a ban on assault rifles but completely dismiss the concept when it comes to gay marriage.

     

     
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