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AR-15s Save Lives -- Here’s Proof

Hoosierguy Wrote: Dec 21, 2012 8:32 AM
I am REALLY tired of these clueless anchors talking about things of which they know nothing as if they are experts. Geraldo was just on F&F talking about how an AR15 is different from a Glock because you can simply "spray" with an AR15, reload, then "spray some more", whereas with a Glock you have to aim and pull the trigger. I have an AR15. I've looked a couple of times, and for the life of me I can't find the "Auto" selector on my AR15. Can someone please tell me how to make my AR15 fire fully automatic?
Hoosierguy Wrote: Dec 21, 2012 8:36 AM
Just kidding, of course, about wanting to make it fire fully auto. But burst mode might be nice.
Seawolf Wrote: Dec 21, 2012 8:43 AM
Geraldo needs to go back to looking in Capones safe...the man is the biggest self-promoter out there. He's a flip flopper, just when you think he's finally gotten it right, he morphs into liberalfool...
Hoosierguy Wrote: Dec 21, 2012 8:46 AM
what"s just as annoying is that no one corrected him, thereby perpetuating the myth.
Seawolf Wrote: Dec 21, 2012 8:56 AM
They don't correct him because they are as clueless as he. Like oreilly with his calling an AR an AK "heavy weapons" and he got them confused as well...I wrote to tell him it's only heavy if you need a bumper hitch to move it.
David70 Wrote: Dec 21, 2012 8:59 AM
He also knows "assault weapon" is not equal to semi auto. Pushing his lib agenda.
Hoosierguy Wrote: Dec 21, 2012 9:13 AM
My first gun was a .22 rifle, when I was 12. It held 18 rounds of .22LR, or 21 rounds of .22SR in the magazine, and was semiautomatic. I still have it. Other than caliber and detachable magazine, there's not a lot of difference between it and my AR15. I could still fire 21 rounds of lethal ammo without stopping to reload. Is it considered an assault weapon?
Dan107 Wrote: Dec 21, 2012 9:59 AM
Isn't Geraldo the guy who gave away U.S. troop movements in a war zone?

Why does the media make it so difficult to find news stories of Americans employing guns--more specifically, semi-automatic guns (including AR-15s)--to save their lives?

I set out to write a piece this morning to highlight heroic instances in which people have used semi-automatic weapons and assault rifles in desperate attempts to defend themselves and others. To my surprise, Google didn’t take me very far.

Conservatives know that the mainstream media has engaged in a biased war on the Second Amendment over the last few decades, but this morning’s search opened my eyes to the extremity of their bias.