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Posted: Saturday, November 24, 2012 10:30 pm | Updated: 12:37 pm, Thu Apr 17, 2014.

 

When it comes to high-end weapons, there's a new company in town that's changing the way people think about rifles.

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          Welcome to the discussion.

          4 comments:

          • Fast posted at 10:57 am on Thu, Nov 29, 2012.

            Fast Posts: 248

            It's called spreading democracy by gun point and I was a instrument of that doctrine.
            USMC 25 years

             
          • Easybig posted at 8:15 am on Tue, Nov 27, 2012.

            Easybig Posts: 37

            Maybe they should call this newspaper the "Daily Gun Story." Is there nothing else to write about? Also, why the repetitive stories about the same companies? The stories go like this: Lots of people are buying guns because they are afraid of the president. Also, they buy lots of bullets, too. It is good for the economy.

            I was in rifle club, don't get me wrong. I respect hunting, etc. I even think it would be cool to own such a weapon and have friends that do.

            It's just that I'm not impressed with people who are really trying to make enough guns to ship to insurrections around the world and make a huge amount of money in the process. One of these guys even told me that a goal of theirs' is to "procure military contracts." This is not for hobbyists who enjoy firepower. There aren't enough paranoid people in this country to make this industry a large money-making venture. This is about making weapons that kill people, be they bad people or innocent ones.

             
          • Easybig posted at 8:13 am on Tue, Nov 27, 2012.

            Easybig Posts: 37

            Maybe they should call this newspaper the "Daily Gun Story." Is there nothing else to write about? Also, why the repetitive stories about the same companies? The stories go like this: Lots of people are buying guns because they are afraid of the president. Also, they buy lots of bullets, too. It is good for the economy.

            I was in rifle club, don't get me wrong. I respect hunting, etc. I even think it would be cool to own such a weapon and have friends that do.

            It's just that I'm not impressed with people who are really trying to make enough guns to ship to insurrections around the world and make a huge amount of money in the process. One of these guys even told me that a goal of theirs' is to "procure military contracts." This is not for hobbyists who enjoy firepower. There aren't enough paranoid people in this country to make this industry a large money-making venture. This is about making weapons that kill people, be they bad people or innocent ones.

             
          • Montana Native 420 posted at 11:16 am on Sun, Nov 25, 2012.

            Montana Native 420 Posts: 205

            Keep up the good work PROOF! :)

             

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