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Boston Terrorists Now Bomb the Taxpayers

PKSpence Wrote: Apr 25, 2013 7:51 AM
We should withdraw from the United Nations, tell them to take their Agenda 21 protocol and shove it where the sun doesn't shine, and demolish the building.
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Union Seeks Repeal of ObamaCare

PKSpence Wrote: Apr 22, 2013 7:50 AM
Those that voted for BHO, and his socialist agenda, get exactly what they deserve. Unfortuately, the rest of will have to suffer this outrage.
The Mosin-Nagant is a bolt action rifle, fed by a 5-round internal magazine. So I assume you were being sarcastic about a Mosin-Nagant being an "assault" rifle, yes?
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What's an Assault Weapon?

PKSpence Wrote: Jan 30, 2013 9:09 AM
Part 2 No soldier in their right mind would attempt to "assault" an enemy location with a rifle limited to semi-automatic fire. More than likely, they would probably use "burst" fire, if the rifle has that option, to maintain control of the rifle and not waste ammunition. One more thing... the civilian market does not refer to these rifles as "assault" rifles... they are modern sporting rifles that *look" like their military counterparts, but that's where the similarity ends.
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What's an Assault Weapon?

PKSpence Wrote: Jan 30, 2013 8:29 AM
Part 1 Just to be clear, what the administration and anti-gun lobby are calling "assault rifles" are semi-automatic clones, copies, or variants of similar rifles issued to the military and law enforcement personnel. A semi-automatic can only fire one round with each pull of the trigger, and will not fire subsequent rounds until the trigger is released and pulled again. What differentiates those rifles from those issued to military and law enforcement personnel is what's called "select fire" capability; "burst" or "full auto". "Burst" fire is generally 3-rounds fired for one pull of the trigger, and "full auto" is continued fire until the trigger is released. To refer to a semi-auto rifle as an "assault" weapon is obsurd.
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