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Well, tis the time of year where movies such as Army of Darkness must be watched. This of course generates the question of... Who here are gun nuts? I've had many expensive hobbies over the years but have traded them all in and I'm now down to two: Motorcycles and guns.

My gun collection mostly consists of US GI rifles starting with the M1903 and everything since. Of course the modern toys are a real blast also. Sig MPX SBR, AR SBR, Kris Vector, PS90... They're all a lot of fun and great for filling the oven with bunny meat. My deer rifle of choice is either a springfield M1A, M1 Garand, Mosin Nagant, or the plain Jane Marlin 30/30 depending on how the mood strikes.

So... What are you guys rockin and what do you guys enjoy shooting the most?

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I enjoy shooting my Springfield 1911 (45acp), and my Savage 204Ruger.
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glock 45's and AR's
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I enjoy living in a country where gun ownership, gun crime and gun deaths are really really low.... :-)


Each to his own of course....
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And I enjoy living in a country when the government stays the fck out of my business, regarding my self protection.
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Haha... Guns and politics... Goes together like lamb and tuna fish.
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how does having a gun as "self protection" work? genuine question
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A firearm is nothing more than a tool that increases ones capability if properly trained. A small stature person is now equal to a large sized person who is a threat. A person with a physical disability not able to fight off an attacker now has a means of neutralizing threats. Firearms are wonderful tools that have many applications. Sadly, people use them for evil as well. In the end, a firearm is only a tool no different than a phone used to dial the police. Always remember, firearm use is not the first answer to a threat. It?s only there if you need it in a life or death situation.

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how does having a gun as "self protection" work? genuine question
REALLY?? This needs an explanation? I guess living in a socialist utopia keeps you safe...guess you have never had a shotgun put to your head as you are robbed or in a foreign country when you are exiting a cab, just because you are a "gringo"...been there done that...Lived in the woods where there is no law and ran off potential robbers at night with my AK...that got the word out in town as I was new there that "don't go down there messin' with that boy".....ordering 1000 rounds a week got the postmaster putting out the word as well...have had to fire warning shots multiple times on my 300 acre farm from deer hunters..had to trip wire my fences for them as well.....maybe you have never lived where you had to fend for yourself but I know I have!
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A firearm is nothing more than a force multiplier and they are used in every single country in the world for security, defense and offense. It only makes sense that they should be available to anyone of sound mind and body anywhere in the world. That means anyone with a mental disorder like Bi-Polarism, Schizophrenia and liberalism should not be allowed to own them. Same goes for these phucktards that have been on Ritalin, Lithium etc since they were 3 years old because they wouldn't sit down and be still in kindergarten. They need to be prevented from owning firearms as well. You cannot artificially create a psyche in a child for 20 years then expect them to function properly in society when they decide to stop taking their meds...
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