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The Constitution was made to guard the people against the dangers of good intentions." --American Statesman Daniel Webster (1782-1852)


Friday, September 25, 2015

Why we need an AR?



I have this on the scheduler thingie...When certain people ask "Why do you NEED an AR15?"

   Now that being said...This is a very good pic of a NICE AR pattern rifle.  I tell people that the 2nd amendment isn't about duck hunting.  It is about our inalienable right to live free of tyranny, government or private.  We have the means to defend our selves.   When they again ask, "why do you need an AR15?"   I then show this picture:
 These are scratches from the "Death showers" in the concentration camp at Auschwitz.  This is what happens when the government decides to shove you into an oven and you have no recourse to protect yourself because the government by imperial fiat stripped you of your right and codes you as an "undesirable" and an "Enemy of the state".  Us having an AR or any other rifle makes the government attempt to shove us into a camp, a very expensive endeavor.

4 comments:

  1. You can always throw the AK at the target, then pick it up and spray and pray some more... :-)

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  2. As your chart demonstrates, AR's seem to require a lot of work. I may be in a minority, but the more traditional Mini-14 seems to cover most everything an AR does in a much more simple package. That said, the Ruger Minis are way expensive now. A decade ago? You could usually find used ones in pawn shops for well under 400 bucks.

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  3. As your chart demonstrates, AR's seem to require a lot of work. I may be in a minority, but the more traditional Mini-14 seems to cover most everything an AR does in a much more simple package. That said, the Ruger Minis are way expensive now. A decade ago? You could usually find used ones in pawn shops for well under 400 bucks.

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