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Oddly enough, the only time I've needed one here in Alaska for self defense, pretending to have one on me sufficed.
If only he knew all I had in there was a pen.
originally posted by: lightedhype
originally posted by: cavtrooper7
We vets enjoy firearms,here in Colo Spgs, BUT then again WE also get long with OUR hippies and witches in Manitou.
PEACE is obtained by being cool.
Perfect example. Its a pretty magical place.
But is it legal? And can anybody just up and buy something with the insane firepower of a tank or grenade launcher? According to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms, yes, totally legal. And, technically. Right now, ArmsList will put you in touch with a dealer selling a “Fully Operational Main Battle Tank with 120mm Live Cannon.” It’s a tough deal to resist. “This armored tank is fully functional,” the ArmsList classified states. “The turret is fully operational […] The main gun is registered as a Destructive Device with the ATF and comes with 10 projectiles. More projectiles are available.” “If they’re operational, you can register those actual cannons [as an NFA weapon],” Russ Morrison, a spokesman for the ATF, told the Daily Dot. “And if they’re sold, they’d have to go through a transfer to make sure everything’s OK, and have it registered, as well.”