It humors me how she tries to bolster her argument by pointing out that the M&P on on the M&P-15 means Military and Police. Should we want substandard “civilian” versions? lol. The whole point of this gun debate is to have capable firearms in the hands of the responsible citizenry. With her logic, the only AR-15 that should be banned is the M&P-15. Every other AR-15 like the DDM4V1 should be ok, because there’s no Military & Police designation. #GTFOH
This is what an agenda looks like. This is what desperation looks like. Screw the facts, screw respecting the families of the dead, by pushing an agenda before all the bodies are accounted for. Screw what the real problems are, we have an agenda and we are going to push it dammit. Screw reality, screw truth, screw you, screw me, screw the Daily News for viciously trying to capitalize on another tragedy.
The AK-47 is often showered with praise about how ruggedly reliable it is, but truth be told, these people are just lazy. Instead of spending hours cleaning and maintaining their rifle like they’re supposed to, they rather waste their time on the range actually shooting their rifle.
On August 7th, Arsenal will be unveiling something the gun community has never seen, maybe. My AK-47 is an Arsenal, and I love it. I’ve been slacking on doing the follow up review on it, but I promise it’s coming. Besides what’s in the the cheesy looking press release, there really isn’t much else they are saying about it.
There is no secret about the fact that I love my AKs. However, in America I still think the AR is the golden child of most Americans and will probably remain that way. There is just too much bad blood between Americans and the AK for the AK rehabilitate its image in American minds.
I’ve said it before and ill say it again, AKs are like pitbulls, feared by most people absolutely loved by their owners. Owen from Snake Hound is one of those owners. When it comes to AKs Owen is brilliant. I still have products from Owen that I have yet to review, but they’ll be coming shortly. READ MORE
I’ve always liked the idea of an SBR #OperatorLife. More specifically, I am obsessed with wield-ability when it comes to rifles. I can’t think of a better feeling than a rifle that in your hands wields perfectly, especially when I am doing high risk entries in the Hamptons #Sarcasm. I tend to liken wield-ability to traction control on a sports car.