Discussion in 'The War Room' started by F1980, Sep 10, 2019.
I'll bet that Colt isn't actually an assault rifle. It's just marked M4 on the lower.
Wow, they do that? False advertising... If that's the case it's even more disappointing.
Hmm.. Does anyone know when the last time someone inside the US was shot with an actual assault rifle? Meaning select-fire, not needing bump stocks or other innovative mechanisms to make semi autos full auto etc. Has it ever happened that a civilian-owned assault rifle has been used in a crime? I'm genuinely curious.
Legally owned? I’ve never heard of that. Illegally purchased and Used in gang related activities? Most likely.
St. Valentines Day Massacre?
Nobody is questioning he should be punished for such infraction, but yeah: We do feel something is wrong when govt decides that paperwork or calling people names deserves more jail time than kidnapping or attempted murder, don't you?
1)Missouri is not a mop closet
2)Maybe I shouldve stated that better. I'm never moving out of Missouri to live and certainly not with my guns. I can still travel man. Lol
The courts know that felony charges for simply having a legal firearm stored incorrectly is not going to fly if challenged in the upper courts, so they'll let him off easy--civil penalty at worse.
The Ruger GP100 is a fantastic handgun.
Thats crazy, i usualy leave mine on the backseat or jammed down along the passenger seat and gear stick. Even for short trips when in rural areas they get left in the tray or on the dash of the ute. (4WD)
Well, thats assuming you don't have proper permits. I have a permit to carry for example, so I can have a loaded AR on my dash as I drive if I so choose. But without it, I have to have it stored away and locked up out of sight.
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