ZealousConscript Wrote:
Jan 23, 2013 10:09 PM
Coulter's exact words, in case you missed them: "Semi-automatics shoot one bullet per trigger pull -- that's the definition. Any handgun manufactured since the Civil War is a "semi-automatic." The most basic self-defense revolver for women is a "semi-automatic." An example of a gun that is not a semi-automatic is a musket. Also those guns where a "BANG!" flag pops out when the clown pulls the trigger." She is, frankly, flat out wrong. A semi-automatic is not a gun that fires every time you pull the trigger. It is a gun that that performs all steps necessary to prepare the weapon to fire again after firing-assuming you still have bullets in the magazine. So a revolver, one of the mainstays of the gun industry, new ones are produce