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2nd Amendment

Prestonsburg, KY

#1 Dec 19, 2012
Does anyone know any local gun stores that still have any in stock?

I have checked everywhere I can think of and everybody is sold out.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

I want to get one while I can!
Owner

Huntington, WV

#2 Dec 19, 2012
Every body locally is sold out. Best bet is to try online on sites like gunbroker.com or on facebook go to groups like wv gun trader and tri state gun nuts
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checker

Bronx, NY

#4 Dec 19, 2012
Or just deal with the fact that you have a small member.

Overcompensate much?
fat man in the party van

Catlettsburg, KY

#5 Dec 19, 2012
checker wrote:
Or just deal with the fact that you have a small member.

Overcompensate much?
you don't buy an ar-15 because you have small genitals....you buy an ak-47 duh! At-15s are for sissys And boy scout troops
2nd Amendment

Prestonsburg, KY

#6 Dec 19, 2012
checker wrote:
Or just deal with the fact that you have a small member.
Overcompensate much?
Nobody asked you troll.
biker

South Point, OH

#7 Dec 19, 2012
Try classic on rt 60 if there out I would say you are out of luck
checker

Bronx, NY

#8 Dec 19, 2012
2nd Amendment wrote:
<quoted text>Nobody asked you troll.
Doesn't mean it isn't true peewee.
fat man in the party van

Catlettsburg, KY

#9 Dec 19, 2012
Mini 14 isn't a bad choice either
yep

Huntington, WV

#10 Dec 19, 2012
You should try herd tactical on 60. Last time I was there Sebastian had a few on the wall. It's beside the itt where hills used to be
Paul

New York, NY

#11 Dec 19, 2012
Powder keg has them in stock just saw them.
lol

Charleston, WV

#12 Dec 19, 2012
An AR-15 does not need to be your first firearm.
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Paul

New York, NY

#14 Dec 19, 2012
lol wrote:
An AR-15 does not need to be your first firearm.
Well first off it's a rifle and at 18 if you pass the ATF background check you can legally purchase rifles and if someone want an AR they should get it. I am sure others want different things in life but that's why this is a problem one thinks they can change or 2nd amendment right. It is their right to own as it is yours to not but neither should fault the other for there decision to do which ever THEY want to do.
lol

Charleston, WV

#15 Dec 19, 2012
I'm far from against limiting the 2nd Amendment. I'm also very much for responsible gun ownership, and getting a rifle like that as your first is not being responsible.

If you're unfamiliar with firearms, or even just a novice, rushing out to buy an AR-15 "just because" is being irresponsible. If you truly support the 2nd Amendment, you'll also support proper training, use, and respect for the firearms it protects as well. People throw around the term "gun nut" enough, especially now, and talk like this just emboldens those who oppose your own values.
SannDigger

Huntington, WV

#16 Dec 19, 2012
lol wrote:
I'm far from against limiting the 2nd Amendment. I'm also very much for responsible gun ownership, and getting a rifle like that as your first is not being responsible.
If you're unfamiliar with firearms, or even just a novice, rushing out to buy an AR-15 "just because" is being irresponsible. If you truly support the 2nd Amendment, you'll also support proper training, use, and respect for the firearms it protects as well. People throw around the term "gun nut" enough, especially now, and talk like this just emboldens those who oppose your own values.
An AR-15 is no more dangerous than a pistol, revolver, shotgun, or hunting rifle. I don't understand why you think someone needs to be an experienced gun owner to have an AR. Besides, you're much less likely to accidentally shoot yourself in a vital organ with an AR than you are with a pistol, so maybe they are actually safer.
wait1sec

Winfield, WV

#17 Dec 19, 2012
SannDigger wrote:
<quoted text>An AR-15 is no more dangerous than a pistol, revolver, shotgun, or hunting rifle. I don't understand why you think someone needs to be an experienced gun owner to have an AR. Besides, you're much less likely to accidentally shoot yourself in a vital organ with an AR than you are with a pistol, so maybe they are actually safer.
Exactly what I was thinking...regardless it's all semi-auto unless you have slide fire...then you're cookin
2nd Amendment

Prestonsburg, KY

#18 Dec 20, 2012
lol wrote:
An AR-15 does not need to be your first firearm.
Who said it was going to be my first firearm?

I have several shotguns and rifles, as well as a handgun WITH a concealed carry permit.

I grew up hunting with my Father.

I have never had an AR type rifle and I want one.
Tracey

New York, NY

#19 Dec 20, 2012
I have an AR-15 and a aK47 to me the ar looks nicer and is more accurate but it dont like steel cased cheap ammo and is less reliable than the ak . The ak is the better weapon in my opinion . Also try freedom guns on waverly road in westmoreland he had one in the other day And walmart had a bunch but im not sure if they have pulled them or not
Paul

New York, NY

#20 Dec 20, 2012
lol wrote:
I'm far from against limiting the 2nd Amendment. I'm also very much for responsible gun ownership, and getting a rifle like that as your first is not being responsible.

If you're unfamiliar with firearms, or even just a novice, rushing out to buy an AR-15 "just because" is being irresponsible. If you truly support the 2nd Amendment, you'll also support proper training, use, and respect for the firearms it protects as well. People throw around the term "gun nut" enough, especially now, and talk like this just emboldens those who oppose your own values.
Sorry you are so narrow minded, stupid, and a anti rifle idiot
lol

Charleston, WV

#21 Dec 20, 2012
SannDigger wrote:
<quoted text>
An AR-15 is no more dangerous than a pistol, revolver, shotgun, or hunting rifle. I don't understand why you think someone needs to be an experienced gun owner to have an AR. Besides, you're much less likely to accidentally shoot yourself in a vital organ with an AR than you are with a pistol, so maybe they are actually safer.
...I'm not saying it's more dangerous. I'm saying it's more complicated to clean and operate.

I've seen people with guns like these at the range before that didn't know what they were doing, and it's nerve-racking to be beside of them. I have left the range over it before. Buy whatever you want, just learn to use it correctly. You're already spending a lot of money for one of these so you might as well spend a little more to get training if you're unfamiliar with that type of firearm.
2nd Amendment

Prestonsburg, KY

#22 Dec 20, 2012
lol wrote:
<quoted text>You're already spending a lot of money for one of these so you might as well spend a little more to get training if you're unfamiliar with that type of firearm.
I have never heard of 'training in the use of assault rifles' other than maybe the military.

Do tell if there is a place around here to do that.

I probably won't do it anyway, but it is interesting nonetheless.

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