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Kuntzman doubles down

That poor, pathetic creature:

Yes, I’m a wimp. I simpered because my experience with the AR-15 bruised me, body and spirit. But there’s nothing unmanly about reminding my readers that mass murder is much easier to commit with a semi-automatic killing machine than it is with a hammer.

No, there’s something unhuman about having a fear of tools.

19 Responses to “Kuntzman doubles down”

  1. Oliver Says:

    ‘Kuntz, man’, lol

  2. benEzra Says:

    I wish someone would politely point out to him that’s he’s (pretending to be?) terrified, bruised, and quivering about the *least* powerful of common centerfire rifles. .223 doesn’t define the high end of the rifle power spectrum; it defines the *low* end, except for rimfires and some oddball or antique calibers. It’s a centerfire .22, not a .577 T-rex or a .50 BMG. And defining incompetence and timidity as somehow “feminine” is sexist as heck; something like a third of gun owners are women.

    As to his imaginary scenario about a “super AR-15″…dude, go Google the National Firearms Act and the Gun Control Act, and look up the term “destructive device.” Such a weapon is *already* restricted under current law. He’s apparently as poor at basic research as he is at shooting small-caliber rifles.

    If you can’t tell the difference between an atomic artillery cannon and a .22 caliber civilian rifle, you might be a New York journalist…

  3. Damocles Says:

    Well, at least he was aptly named….

  4. nk Says:

    Kuntz is “art” as in paintings.

    And a simper is a kind of smile, not a kind of whimper.

    Don’t nobody know how to talk right no more?

  5. Flight-ER-Doc Says:

    Too bad he is unfamiliar with the first rule of getting out of a hole.

    Stop digging.

  6. Garibaldi Says:

    “Bruised” him probably because he either had a lousy teacher or he didn’t listen to the teacher carefully enough to learn how to do it correctly…

  7. Nolan Says:

    Only way I can see him getting bruised by an ar is if he literally jammed it into his shoulder as hard as he could. Repeatedly.

  8. The Redactor Says:

    We don’t need advice from women on what is or is not manly. We’ll decide that for ourselves.

  9. Chas Says:

    What would he have done with an ’03 on Guadalcanal, besides being useless with it?

  10. MajMike Says:

    Wowzers. He’d have really soiled his underwear if he’d shot a Kar98 or an 03A3. I’ve found that the buffer system on the AR15 and the HK91 work quite effectively.

  11. El Capitan Says:

    Wow. I’d call the guy a douche, but a douche has a pretty good chance of entering a vagina. This guy? Not so much…

  12. HL Says:

    No, it is unmanly.

    I have fired an AR with the stock on my forehead. It couldn’t bruise an apple.

  13. Baron von Cut-n-Paste Says:

    It goes beyond “wimp”. I am the most pathetically out of shape individual I know and after putting about a hundred rounds down range with an AR-15, my shoulder was just find. I am a wimp, and resent being lumped in with this creature. I don’t think the English language has a word pathetic enough to describe what Kuntzman is.

  14. Lyle Says:

    There’s nothing unmanly about reminding my readers that mass murder is much easier to stop with a semi-automatic killing machine than it is with a hammer.

    I also remind my readers that the second amendment is not about hunting or other sport, but about weapons of combat and self defense, manliness notwithstanding.

  15. jmsbrtms Says:

    Good thing no one had a .45-70 Gov’t or 450 Marlin on the range. Those assault lever guns have more weight of lead in the tube clip than an AR-15.

  16. SPM Says:

    I’m a 90lbs woman and I have shot 338mags, My AR is a pleasure to shoot. What a pansy.

  17. qmony Says:

    “A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity.”

    Sigmund Freud

    Don’t know if this is real or not but seems true enough.

  18. Sigivald Says:

    Ben: Nuclear weapons are not covered under the NFA; I believe there’s other laws just for nuclear badness.

    (“But what if a weapons manufacturer could fashion a handgun that would fire a nuclear blast — an atomic version of an AR-15, if you will. It would look like a gun, but it could kill thousands instead of dozens. Like a rifle, it’s one of many arms that we are allowed to keep and bear. But would we really stand idly by as people buy a nuclear gun in the name of the Second Amendment?”

    Someone ought to tell him that muzzle-loading cannon of any size at all are still perfectly legal.

    Load one with shot and fire it at a crowd; you could kill hundreds of people at once.

    And yet! This is legal and it never seems to happen.

    Baffling, isn’t it?)

  19. Sigivald Says:

    That said, I’m willing to believe he was “bruised”.

    If you have a soft-ish shoulder, and don’t know how to !@$^ hold the damned thing, you could get very light bruising from the hard edges of a plastic stock; it’s not like the AR platform is recoilless.

    Most of us wouldn’t think such a thing worth even mentioning, but I don’t think he’s making it up – I just think he’s playing it up for effect, and he’s super-sensitive because he already had decided that guns are scary and dangerous and bad and was thus sure that firing one ought to Basically Be Terrifying And Dangerous And Scarring.)