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The Truth About Semi-Automatics

Not too bad. It doesn’t acknowledge that machine guns can, in fact, be lawfully owned but the transformation of a Fudd mini-14 gun into an EBR is effective:

5 Responses to “The Truth About Semi-Automatics”

  1. SteVe Says:

    IIRC, this was made in attempt to stop CA’s AW ban back in ’89(?). Still useful as an informational tool.

  2. john Says:

    the video dates itself (and/or makes clear that it’s not referring to the whole USA) when the presenter says “semi-automatic technology is over 100 years old. If you ban this technology you ban over 20 million firearms.” I’d be surprised if that number wasn’t above 200 million for the USA today.

  3. nk Says:

    I’m teaching my total ignoramous eighteen-year old nephew about guns, while waiting for his Illinois FOID to come so he can finally get his hands on one, and this is going to be his lesson tonight.

    BTW: I am definitely not a FUDD — call me a “hillbilly” if you want. If I were to drop the Mini-14 action into a diferent stock, it would be a figured maple one with a brass buttplate and forend cap.

  4. Alcibiades Says:

    That “20 million” number may have only been referring to rifles and not pistols or shotguns. Although, I would still have expected that number to be higher even back then.

  5. Darrell Says:

    The first “hunting weapon” he shows looks like it might be an unconverted VEPR, with the slant cut rear on the receiver.

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