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Old 01-10-2013, 04:27 PM   #1
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Default Are shotguns "assault" weapons now?

It just keeps adding fuel to the fire. "High powered" bows and now shotguns

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Old 01-10-2013, 04:33 PM   #2
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If that teacher was armed the kid may not have ever got a shot off.
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I decided against posting any opinions. Instead you get
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I suppose "they" could deem any gun used in an assault, as an assault weapon.
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Well what I have learned from this is, lets keep allowing people to think birdshot is a useful SD load. Luckily 00 Buck wasnt used.
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If you listen closely to how the LibTards define, "Assault Weapon" as any firearm that can be fired with each pull of the trigger. The fine print in their bill wants to outlaw any such weapon without mentioning any specific caliber. That is their hook. They call it 'assault weapon' and John Q. Public, who doesn't know any better, votes to have such a dangerous weapon banned.

Then when the bill passes, even your dads .22 semi auto rifle would fall into the catagory of an assault weapon because it will fire with each pull of the trigger. Just watch, the Democrats are sneaky and people are stupid...
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Technically every weapon with a trigger fires with each pull of the trigger, except in cases of bad ammo or misfires.
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I saw on the national news last night or Wed. night where Biden is going to go after a ban on all semi-auto guns.
ALL.
That would be 22's
9mm's
45's
some shot guns
etc. etc.
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If they get this passed, we will be down to single shot rifles, non-pump or auto shotguns and maybe a revolver.
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Technically every weapon with a trigger fires with each pull of the trigger, except in cases of bad ammo or misfires.
no

think about it .
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