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Jan 4, 2013
 
milwaukee69 wrote:
Here, I'll help you...
http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/cjis/ucr/crime-in...
Although the report does not include "sticks and stones." I wouldn't necessarily consider a stick a blunt object. Also shotguns do sometimes have "rifled" barrels. So if you must include sticks and stones, I'll include shotguns.
No shot guns don't .but shot gun slugs do.

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<quoted text>No shot guns don't .but shot gun slugs do.
They do if they have "rifled" barrels.

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What does a military cemetery have to do with what we are talking about?
exactly what does the gun laws in our country have to do with you..... and do you know our 2nd amend is a copy of one of the articles have to do ..........

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I know shotguns.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slug_barrel

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<quoted text>No shot guns don't .but shot gun slugs do.
the second states arms , period not FIREARMS

The Second Amendment (Amendment II) to the United States Constitution is the part of the United States Bill of Rights that protects the right of the people to keep and bear arms. It was adopted on December 15, 1791, along with the rest of the Bill of Rights.
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Jan 4, 2013
 
England had to beg for firearms during WW2, since they had started gun control measures that had stripped their citizens of arms. Many American civilians donated their personal firearms to their British cousins so they could defend themselves from the Nazi threat. Think that genocide and war can't happen here and now? Neither did Europe. The middle east and africa have it going on now. Oh yeah, Serbia Hurts a govenia too, that was pretty recent.

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Jan 4, 2013
 
Very good blog. Expresses things very clearly.

http://dcclothesline.wordpress.com/2013/01/03...

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Fold Art wrote:
England had to beg for firearms during WW2, since they had started gun control measures that had stripped their citizens of arms. Many American civilians donated their personal firearms to their British cousins so they could defend themselves from the Nazi threat. Think that genocide and war can't happen here and now? Neither did Europe. The middle east and africa have it going on now. Oh yeah, Serbia Hurts a govenia too, that was pretty recent.
Comparing warefare tactics from 70 years ago to current tactics is a bit of a stretch. Intercontinental ballistic missiles did not exist, most aircraft were still propeller driven and the guns that we did send to Britain did little to defend them from V-1 rocket attacks - in which only the strength and will of the British people resulted in victory - not our guns. It would be remarkable to think any type of genocide could happen in today's environment, what with anti-terrorism techniques and programs. The Middle East and many parts of Africa are vunerable to these types of attacks. Most freedom fighters in Afghanastan still ride horseback.

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Comparing warefare tactics from 70 years ago to current tactics is a bit of a stretch. Intercontinental ballistic missiles did not exist, most aircraft were still propeller driven and the guns that we did send to Britain did little to defend them from V-1 rocket attacks - in which only the strength and will of the British people resulted in victory - not our guns. It would be remarkable to think any type of genocide could happen in today's environment, what with anti-terrorism techniques and programs. The Middle East and many parts of Africa are vunerable to these types of attacks. Most freedom fighters in Afghanastan still ride horseback.
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Comparing warefare tactics from 70 years ago to current tactics is a bit of a stretch. Intercontinental ballistic missiles did not exist, most aircraft were still propeller driven and the guns that we did send to Britain did little to defend them from V-1 rocket attacks - in which only the strength and will of the British people resulted in victory - not our guns. It would be remarkable to think any type of genocide could happen in today's environment, what with anti-terrorism techniques and programs. The Middle East and many parts of Africa are vunerable to these types of attacks. Most freedom fighters in Afghanastan still ride horseback.
The Browning designed model 1911 pistol, designed over 100 years ago, is still one of the most effective and reliable firearms to this day. The U.S. Marines just ditched the newer Beretta M9 in favor of the 1911. So, I guess a few years have not rendered firearms ineffective. Germany had plans for a cross channel attack, to invade Britain. You can't hold territory with planes and bombing/rockets. You have to have boots on the ground, with guns. An armed populace is a real deterent to tyranny, foreign or domestic.
Also, it wouldn't really take much to see this country to slide into anarchy and chaos. Stone age regression. The corruption from within, coupled with barbarians from without, Roman Empire style.

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tallyho wrote:
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exactly what does the gun laws in our country have to do with you..... and do you know our 2nd amend is a copy of one of the articles have to do ..........
I'm entirely familiar with your 222 year old out dated bit of stupidity know as the second amendment, which you like to cling to like a scared child clinging to their security blanket.

I'm at liberty to have an opinion on anything i so wish in this world.

Stop avoiding my questions.

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Fold Art wrote:
<quoted text>The Browning designed model 1911 pistol, designed over 100 years ago, is still one of the most effective and reliable firearms to this day. The U.S. Marines just ditched the newer Beretta M9 in favor of the 1911. So, I guess a few years have not rendered firearms ineffective. Germany had plans for a cross channel attack, to invade Britain. You can't hold territory with planes and bombing/rockets. You have to have boots on the ground, with guns. An armed populace is a real deterent to tyranny, foreign or domestic.
Also, it wouldn't really take much to see this country to slide into anarchy and chaos. Stone age regression. The corruption from within, coupled with barbarians from without, Roman Empire style.
"Germany had plans for a cross channel attack, to invade Britain."

Had plans and actually doing it is the stuff of "smoking guns." UFO's, search for Bigfoot and life with no taxes are also up there with "had plans."

Actually the economy hasn't been this good in years - the only anarchy that exists in this country are in the minds of the paraniod doomsday preppers.

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Fold Art wrote:
<quoted text>The Browning designed model 1911 pistol, designed over 100 years ago, is still one of the most effective and reliable firearms to this day. The U.S. Marines just ditched the newer Beretta M9 in favor of the 1911.
The Marines still use the Beretta, at least that's what they say anyways...

http://www.marines.com/operating-forces/equip...

The M1911 was replaced by the M9 pistol as the standard U.S. sidearm in the early 1990s, but due to its popularity among users, it has not been completely phased out. Modern M1911 variants are still in use by some units within the US Army Special Forces, the U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps.

I'm very familiar with the .45 - and to become proficient with it, the gun needs to be aimed straight up in the air to hit someone across the room. The falloff from 40 yards is a McDonald's arch.

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I'm entirely familiar with your 222 year old out dated bit of stupidity know as the second amendment, which you like to cling to like a scared child clinging to their security blanket.
I'm at liberty to have an opinion on anything i so wish in this world.
Stop avoiding my questions.
yep lim ... say hey to your queenie , how is rosa

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The Marines still use the Beretta, at least that's what they say anyways...
http://www.marines.com/operating-forces/equip...
The M1911 was replaced by the M9 pistol as the standard U.S. sidearm in the early 1990s, but due to its popularity among users, it has not been completely phased out. Modern M1911 variants are still in use by some units within the US Army Special Forces, the U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps.
I'm very familiar with the .45 - and to become proficient with it, the gun needs to be aimed straight up in the air to hit someone across the room. The falloff from 40 yards is a McDonald's arch.
the Colt 45 and the Garand M1 is still in service , just like the Saber and K-Bar [ceremonial] along with other weapons issued to the USMC

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yep lim ... say hey to your queenie , how is rosa
You're just chatting breeze now aren't you. No substance just babble.

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I forget his name but that Japanese general during WWII was asked why they chose not to attack and send troops to the mainland. He said because the citizens are armed and we wouldn't stand a chance. So to all of you in other countries who say we should be embarrassed by our gun laws, I say you should be embarrassed by yours. It must feel really bad to know that you can't or don't want to be in control of your own lives and that you need a gov to control every aspect of your life. Is your gov going to protect you if you ever get invaded?? I think not.

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Fold Art wrote:
<quoted text>The Browning designed model 1911 pistol, designed over 100 years ago, is still one of the most effective and reliable firearms to this day. The U.S. Marines just ditched the newer Beretta M9 in favor of the 1911. So, I guess a few years have not rendered firearms ineffective. Germany had plans for a cross channel attack, to invade Britain. You can't hold territory with planes and bombing/rockets. You have to have boots on the ground, with guns. An armed populace is a real deterent to tyranny, foreign or domestic.
Also, it wouldn't really take much to see this country to slide into anarchy and chaos. Stone age regression. The corruption from within, coupled with barbarians from without, Roman Empire style.
Along with the great M2 .50 cal machine gun still in use

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You're just chatting breeze now aren't you. No substance just babble.
The sign of a man who's run out of tangible points.
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