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telliottmbamsc 6 years 50 weeks ago

guns, guns, guns,...nothing but more and more fucking guns

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Dexterous 6 years 38 weeks ago

As a graduate of the Georgia Police Academy you must have been asleep during "how to hold your pistol" chapter.
If you shoot a semi automatic pistol with the grip you are using in the photo, you will take your thumb off.

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Green Democrat 4 years 29 weeks ago

Thom, NRA Gun nuts don't understand that Liberals own firearms and shoot too. We just don't make a fetish of it.
Anyone who lives in rural America knows that firearms are not viewed any different than an ax or a chainsaw. We moved to our cabin North of Bay City Saganaw, where many laided off autoworkers moved, when they lost their work. For the rural poor, vegetable gardens, keeping chickens and rabbits and hunting and fishing are what often keeps families from going hungry. Many urban peoples' only exposure to firearms is the evening news, the latest urban violence. But the rural experience is totally different.

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Dianereynolds 2 years 29 weeks ago

You need to get training. You are exhibiting the fact you know nothing about firearms a fact you make abundantly clear each and every time you open your mouth while on the air. You would do well to pull this picture as it makes you look stupid.

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