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Gun Ban
« on: November 09, 2020, 11:07:52 AM »
So how long after Biden get into office will he start to pass gun bans? The ATF will have his blessing to go wild on control,and States like MA. will go full retard.

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« Reply #1 on: November 09, 2020, 01:47:24 PM »
Yup. They will go full retard.

Harris already said they will track down and "GET" trump supporters AND conservatives.

She also said they will disarm us.

"My cold dead hands beeotch" :th_thicon_lol:

I'd just like to know WHO they think they're going to get to do it.

Clinton and obama said they would use the UN.

But there's several problems with that. 

1.  being it's totally illegal and against the constitution to have armed  foreign troops on American soil.

2. 95% of UN troops are muslims from Turkey.

3. The UN is boyscouts for Turks.  Their weapons are never fired and only dropped ONCE. , when THEY RUN AWAY.  :th_thicon_funny:

Ask any Israelis.   :thumbsup1:

The USA  military has repeatedly said VERY CLEARLY they flat out would NOT have any parts of that crap, or any attempted coups.

And they been saying that since Obama.

So, libtard city dwellers will likely be the only ones with that problem. And they already have it.
It wont happen in rural areas. Dont matter who it is, they would get their azzes handed to them. And they know it.  :thumbsup1:
Politicians are like diapers, they should be changed often, and for the same reason.

There are two kinds of people in the world my friend. Those with loaded guns, and those who dig. YOU DIG.  " Blondie".

Well, any man that wouldnt cheat at cards for a poke, dont want one bad enough. " Gus".

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Re: Gun Ban
« Reply #2 on: November 09, 2020, 03:55:31 PM »
Sorry guys but that was said about Cliton and Obama.
And (by the State of New Jersey’s definition of 2 handguns and a long gun & 10+rounds of ammo = arsenal) each of us still have a major arsenal of weapons.
There are limits on the reality of what a president can do, but no limits on what can be said for political purposes.
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Re: Gun Ban
« Reply #3 on: November 09, 2020, 04:44:35 PM »
Besides blue helmets  make good targets.
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Re: Gun Ban
« Reply #4 on: November 09, 2020, 10:15:47 PM »
Besides blue helmets  make good targets.

Especially from a long ways off with a can of precision hand loads and a suppressor.  :wave1:

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« Reply #5 on: November 09, 2020, 10:33:08 PM »
Besides blue helmets  make good targets.

Especially from a long ways off with a can of precision hand loads and a suppressor.  :wave1:

If it comes to that, i wouldnt care about a suppressor. Lets make some noise.
Center mass is actually pretty easy to hit with bulk ammo @ 600 yards imo.
At least  I dont have any trouble with the 30 06 or 270.  :thumbsup1:

"Is there anyone down range?
The range is now going hot.
With the thumb of the firing hand, flip that selector switch from SAFE to ROCK and ROLL,
And commence fire. "  :rocknroll2:

I used to love hearing that on the 400 meter pop up  range.  :thumbsup1:
Politicians are like diapers, they should be changed often, and for the same reason.

There are two kinds of people in the world my friend. Those with loaded guns, and those who dig. YOU DIG.  " Blondie".

Well, any man that wouldnt cheat at cards for a poke, dont want one bad enough. " Gus".

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Re: Gun Ban
« Reply #6 on: November 10, 2020, 05:49:35 PM »
Besides blue helmets  make good targets.

Especially from a long ways off with a can of precision hand loads and a suppressor.  :wave1:

If it comes to that, i wouldnt care about a suppressor. Lets make some noise.
Center mass is actually pretty easy to hit with bulk ammo @ 600 yards imo.
At least  I dont have any trouble with the 30 06 or 270.  :thumbsup1:

"Is there anyone down range?
The range is now going hot.
With the thumb of the firing hand, flip that selector switch from SAFE to ROCK and ROLL,
And commence fire. "  :rocknroll2:

I used to love hearing that on the 400 meter pop up  range.  :thumbsup1:

Suppressed is the only way to shoot, the target's never know where the shot's are coming from. Plus, You get to watch the impact's, which is very fun to see!

I prefer my precision handloads over any factory/surplus ammo for the fact that all of my rifle's shoot sub-moa or better.

Head shot's put more fear into the enemy, and really freak their buddies out. They don't know where to run, or try to hide.

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Re: Gun Ban
« Reply #7 on: November 10, 2020, 07:35:16 PM »
Besides blue helmets  make good targets.

It can be dangerous to discount a potential adversary.
While living in S. Korea, we interfaced with the "blue helmets" at a command level.  I wouldn't want (at least the UN guys from Korea) pissed at me.  They were very well trained and capable, and had so demonstrated on a few occasions.
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Re: Gun Ban
« Reply #8 on: November 11, 2020, 02:20:12 AM »
I had a platoon sergeant in VN that was married to a Korean gal. The SK’s had a compound outside Long Bihn and he was always going over there to barter for Kimchi. How he ate that nauseating stuff is beyond me.
We occasionally worked with our South Korean counterparts on convoy escorts and as security for the engineers when they cleared mines on the main roads. I didn’t get to know any of them very well but they always hit us up for Saiem cigarettes, sardines and any pornography we might have. Playboys and Penthouse were the preferred literature.
They were always “strack” immaculate uniforms and gear even their fingernails. To be seen otherwise, I was told, brought shame to themselves and their unit. They were absolutely fearless in how they conducted their business.
One day I was driving the aforementioned platoon sergeant over to the Long Bihn stockade. As we passed the front gate we saw a Vietnamese civilian tied to the fence. It was obvious he had been injured. The sergeant asked the front gate guard what was up. It appears they had caught a “slicky boy” (thief) and were showing the locals their brand of justice. Anytime someone entered or exited the thief was punched or kicked.
Bad hombres them South Koreans.
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Re: Gun Ban
« Reply #9 on: November 11, 2020, 09:03:02 AM »
I had a platoon sergeant in VN that was married to a Korean gal. The SK’s had a compound outside Long Bihn and he was always going over there to barter for Kimchi. How he ate that nauseating stuff is beyond me.
We occasionally worked with our South Korean counterparts on convoy escorts and as security for the engineers when they cleared mines on the main roads. I didn’t get to know any of them very well but they always hit us up for Saiem cigarettes, sardines and any pornography we might have. Playboys and Penthouse were the preferred literature.
They were always “strack” immaculate uniforms and gear even their fingernails. To be seen otherwise, I was told, brought shame to themselves and their unit. They were absolutely fearless in how they conducted their business.
One day I was driving the aforementioned platoon sergeant over to the Long Bihn stockade. As we passed the front gate we saw a Vietnamese civilian tied to the fence. It was obvious he had been injured. The sergeant asked the front gate guard what was up. It appears they had caught a “slicky boy” (thief) and were showing the locals their brand of justice. Anytime someone entered or exited the thief was punched or kicked.
Bad hombres them South Koreans.
Absolutely tough bunch. I remember hearing in Civil Defense briefings
“The only thing that kills a NK SF guy is a ROK Marine”.

Slicky boys I remember them. We had a few neighbors get hit by them.
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Re: Gun Ban
« Reply #10 on: November 11, 2020, 06:51:15 PM »
Alte S & Txaz.

I had a coworker for years who did 2 tours 69,70,71,  as a gunner on a gun truck. 

My uncle, a engineer/heavy equipment operator   also did 2 tours, 68,69,70,.

My uncle NEVER would speak of it other to say they did alot of road work.

My friend /coworker would very freely talk about vietnam , but only with other veterans.
Myself and another coworker  heard a ton of vietnam stories. Some quite interesting and easily verifiable, others pretty harem scarem stuff.  :thinker:

One thing he talked about was how fierce the ROK marines were. They escorted convoys from Cam rahn bay to DaLat. They mountain pass heading up into the central highlands was a narrow winding switchback trail. They ALWAYS got ambushed going UP the mountain to DaLat loaded, but never coming back empty.

Denny said so many trucks n men were shot up on that hill, they finally sent the ROK Marines onto the hill, and that stopped that crap. PERMANENTLY.   :afraid4:

Recently my Uncle all a sudden started talking to me , and me only, about vietnam. I took this as a great honor, considering his 50 years of silence.

He verified basically every story my co worker had been telling us for years, as he also worked out of cam rahn.

He said during 68 tet, the vc had taken over the flight glide path for camrahn air strip. They were shooting the crap outta planes coming in or out.

After several attempts with American troops to dislodge the vc from the jungle in the flight path, they sent in the ROK marines. Problem solved.
My uncle said those guys were so brutal, even to each other,  that NOBODY wanted anything to do with them. When they got sent into a problem area, they flat out killed EVERYTHING that moved. Including all  the animals, which they ate.
He also said it was not uncommon for them to even kill each other,  in hand to hand,  if certain offenses had been committed towards other ROKs.

He said they were the meanest sob's in country, and  Nobody with a brain screwed with them.   :th_nuts:

My Uncle also had nothing good to say about the m16. He carried an M14 both tours. He said an M14 would drop a vc in one shot, and had great penetration in the jungle, where the m16 was useless.
Politicians are like diapers, they should be changed often, and for the same reason.

There are two kinds of people in the world my friend. Those with loaded guns, and those who dig. YOU DIG.  " Blondie".

Well, any man that wouldnt cheat at cards for a poke, dont want one bad enough. " Gus".