N.J. company donates rifles to Loudon County honor guard
The Henry Repeating Rifle Co. donated seven lever-action rifles to be used by the honor guard for conducting salutes at military funerals.
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#1 Jan 22, 2013
This could be an Obama ploy to take semi automatic rifles out of the hands of citizens.
#2 Jan 24, 2013
I'd like to take those old worn out rifles off their hands. You know the garands and m-14's heck I'd even get rid of some 03a3's for them since they aren't worth anything.
The oldest worn out rifle still works for d&c. Any of those rifles would kill a deer or man at 300 yds if you know how to operate them.
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