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Old 12-25-2016, 07:22 PM
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What does all that bulls hit have to do with the hunting quality of an AR rifle?
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I am not a firearm affectionate I will admit. But I know that an AR is not a hunting rifle. I also have never needed a gun and I am 61 years old. I doubt I ever will. And like I always say, people buy guns under the pretense of saving their lives yet the same people don;t do a lick of exercise and will most likely die from not defending their pwn health.


Well Mikeyy believe it or not someday you might wish you had a fire arm and were well trained in it's use.

The Left has driven a wedge between not only political sides in this country. But also race as in Immigrates.

And if there is ever a break down in society and large groups come to your door wanting what you have (which at that time can't be replaced) well you get the picture or you will just denied it will or even could happen..

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And the right didn't cause the wedge. Funny how the right is always innocent.
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Well Mikeyy believe it or not someday you might wish you had a fire arm and were well trained in it's use.

The Left has driven a wedge between not only political sides in this country. But also race as in Immigrates.

And if there is ever a break down in society and large groups come to your door wanting what you have (which at that time can't be replaced) well you get the picture or you will just denied it will or even could happen..

What ever dude...
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I know if I am going bird hunting I am taking a shotgun. If I am going deer hunting I would probably choose a 30.06. But I don't hunt much at all and haven't in many years. I don't need a side arm. Concealed or not. I bought a Mossberg Semiautomatic shotgun in 1999. It was for my wife because I wanted her to be able to make a lot of noise if she needed to fire it. We lived in the country and I was traveling a lot overseas. When I divorced her I gave her the gun. We never fired it. It was in it's case under the bed. Last time I went hunting a shotgun went off accidentally as I was getting in the pick up. Another guy was laying his gun down in the back of the truck. Boom, right through the back of the cab of the truck. The pellets even dented the gas tank. Missed me by about two feet. That was all I need to see. Haven't been hunting since then. That was around 1974. Shooting mud hens of all things. Ridiculous.
Yes, there will always be dumbasses who cannot secure a firearm, and it is bound to fire, "accidentally" of course, at the wrong time, and toward the wrong target.
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I know if I am going bird hunting I am taking a shotgun. If I am going deer hunting I would probably choose a 30.06. But I don't hunt much at all and haven't in many years. I don't need a side arm. Concealed or not. I bought a Mossberg Semiautomatic shotgun in 1999. It was for my wife because I wanted her to be able to make a lot of noise if she needed to fire it. We lived in the country and I was traveling a lot overseas. When I divorced her I gave her the gun. We never fired it. It was in it's case under the bed. Last time I went hunting a shotgun went off accidentally as I was getting in the pick up. Another guy was laying his gun down in the back of the truck. Boom, right through the back of the cab of the truck. The pellets even dented the gas tank. Missed me by about two feet. That was all I need to see. Haven't been hunting since then. That was around 1974. Shooting mud hens of all things. Ridiculous.
Well guns aren't for you then; they're not your thing. Nothing wrong w that. But don't project that onto others ...
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Well guns aren't for you then; they're not your thing. Nothing wrong w that. But don't project that onto others ...
Anti-gun weenies cannot help it. I would hope that other half-way truthful anti-gunner types could refrain from sticking their noses into what is none of their business.

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Well guns aren't for you then; they're not your thing. Nothing wrong w that. But don't project that onto others ...
What I don't like is this idea that people should be carrying guns everywhere.
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What I don't like is this idea that people should be carrying guns everywhere.
What I don't like is because you don't like guns that I should not carry because you don't want to be where guns are.

BTW, rule 1 of firearms is never point a weapon at anything you don't intend to kill. If you were hunting with someone who doesn't clear his weapon before placing it in the back of a pickup, then there were two fools on that trip.

Point two. Owning a weapon for self defense, never firing it, and storing it cased under the bed unloaded is a fools game.
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Rule 3. Don't get involved in my discussions with another member. Find a new object of your affection.
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What I don't like is because you don't like guns that I should not carry because you don't want to be where guns are.

BTW, rule 1 of firearms is never point a weapon at anything you don't intend to kill. If you were hunting with someone who doesn't clear his weapon before placing it in the back of a pickup, then there were two fools on that trip.

Point two. Owning a weapon for self defense, never firing it, and storing it cased under the bed unloaded is a fools game.
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Rule 3. Don't get involved in my discussions with another member. Find a new object of your affection.
Rule 3 my ass. How about you go get your butt over to some other "non-threatening" thread instead?

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