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The woefully misunderstood AR-15

The anti-gun people who say the AR-15 isn’t a hunting rifle should try convincing the deer in my freezer. I was surprised to see this in the local paper.

5 Responses to “The woefully misunderstood AR-15”

  1. JustSomeGuy Says:

    I started to read the comments and my brain is twitching!

    I take it the local paper is not known for their unbiased journalism??


  2. Kang Says:

    Yeah, this line from the original article (from the Corpus Christi Caller) is pretty damning:

    “Unlike probably most owners, I’d give mine up just to make a majority feel better and safer. Or, I’d turn in my clip that holds 20 rounds for a clip that holds only 10. Or five. I don’t load more than five at a time anyway.”

    I’m a gun owner but…

  3. Ted N Says:

    Yeah, the original article takes a pretty hard left into Fudd Land at the end.

  4. Mr Evilwrench Says:

    Well, they can come try to take mine. How well you want to bet that will go? There’s a helluva lot more sport in taking a deer with a .223 than a .308 or somesuch. What does it matter how many you can load it with? If I went out with mine and came back with a deer and 29 rounds in the mag, that would be a fine deal. Wait, having 30 doesn’t turn me into some kind of bullet spewing psycho? I’m not fitting the narrative; clearly I need to be locked up.

  5. Mike V. Says:

    Thing is, bolt guns were developed as military rifles ans were the standard arm of most armies til after WW2. When the talk about coming after “weapons of war.” All firearms in common use were born for the battlefield first.