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Not every gun owner purchases firearms to use them on people.
And those that do, so what if they do?
If you haven't noticed this country is a little crazy (referring to the society in general, not the gun owners).
There's people running around high on bath salts. Would you want to be sitting in your living room one evening in your lazy boy watching TV and suddenly some psycho smashes your door or window in? It would not hurt to keep a defensive firearm in your home. If you don't ever have to use it, that's fantastic and definitely the goal.
I don't know why you care why people think they need guns.
I say, not why do you think you need one, but why NOT want one? There's absolutely nothing wrong for any citizen with a clean record to have one.
originally posted by: DYepes
a reply to: Sunwolf
I dunno man those things are kinda slow even coming out of a rifle, so you wont be hitting targets out as far.
A had a feeling it was an FS2000, just had not seen one in person yet to confirm with that image. How does it feel to you compared to a traditional carbine in regards to mobility and accurate hits out past 200 meters??
I always feel like the polymer frames on these modern rifles just add bulk compared to our good ol friend the traditional AR.
originally posted by: Acatalepsia
Nice Fun Gal in pic 2.
I did go back to read the OP. One wouldn't expect the content to sport that title. I think that's why many didn't actually read it.