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Here We Go: Diane Feinstein to Introduce Legislation to Ban Semi-Automatic Weapons

deprogramming services Wrote: Dec 17, 2012 10:46 AM
Those who use the word "clip" to refer to a magazine show ignorance, and might as well be wearing a clown suit. A clip is a strip of metal used to hold cartridges together so that they can be shoved quickly and easily into a magazine; clips were used with the M1 Garand and SKS, among other weapons. A magazine is what holds rounds ready to be fed into the chamber. Use of "clip" to refer to a magazine is not idiomatic, because there is a good reason to differentiate between the two things. Let anti-gun bigots show their ignorance, but patriots should use correct terminology.
Beethovens10th Wrote: Dec 17, 2012 11:07 AM
I know, I cringe every time a moron liberal misuses this terminology.

When Congress is back in session in January, California Democrat Diane Feinstein plans to introduce legislation to ban the import, export, manufacturing, sale and transfer of what she calls "assault weapons." Feinstein didn't get into specific detail about what weapons would be affected, after all the term "assault" is a political one and the proper name for the guns Feinstein is trying to ban is "semi-automatic," which can include both handguns and rifles. Feinstein told NBC's David Gregory yesterday that ammunition clips holding more than 10 bullets would be banned should her bill become law.

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