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    Striped Cat  15 days ago

    Step rite up! Get yer bump stocks here! Get ‘em while you can! Guvment gonna ban ‘em. Get’em now while still available! This offer expires soon. Every true ’Merican needs a bump stock. Empty gesture commin’ soon. Get yer bump stocks here!

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    Frankfreak  15 days ago

    Buy ’em up and sell ’em at gun shows. Got a dark alley in the back to hid all transactions. Remember, true ’mericans defended Bundy against the black presidents troops against honest men.*

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    Masterskrain gc insider 15 days ago

    One of the forums I read has a member telling that he sold a bump stock on line for close to $1000 that he got for $25.

    “Ah gotta git mine before then dern Libruls come to take mah guns away!”

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    Motivemagus  15 days ago

    This is exactly why the NRA has kept promoting its fear tactics. It’s a “virtuous” circle: Claim any liberal candidate is trying to take guns away; frightened people buy more guns in response. Repeat as necessary. It can even get to the point (and it has) that ANY GUN CONTROL WHATSOEVER is blown up into the “government taking guns away” meme. There’s no truth to any of this, of course; it’s a massive rewriting of the Second Amendment in the first place, and Americans already own 42% of ALL the civilian firearms worldwide (estimated at 650 million).

    Note that 70-80% of NRA members (not the leadership) SUPPORT more gun control, e.g., background checks. But the leadership is funded by the manufacturers. What do you think they want?

    Americans own 42%:https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2017/10/03/americans-really-like-their-guns-they-own-42-650-million-civilian-firearms-worldwide/726321001/

    NRA members support background checks:http://www.politifact.com/wisconsin/statements/2015/mar/18/lena-taylor/most-nra-members-back-background-checks-all-gun-pu/

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    WTH  15 days ago

    Darn straight! Who in the world needs an assault rifle other than the military?

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    parrotthead09  15 days ago

    Except for the fact that the Obama ATF reviewed and approved the sale and use of “Bump Stocks.”

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    Radish gc insider 15 days ago

    NRA equals the lobby for mass murder.

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    gammaguy  13 days ago

    But if you consider yourself to be para-normal, it’s a “must have” item.

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    bcr131  12 days ago

    FUN FACT: The NRA was founded in 1871 by former Union soldiers with the express purpose of promoting gun safety and ENCOURAGING sensible GUN REGULATION. It was only after the hostile takeover in the mid-1970s by people with a political agenda and definitively Libertarian mindset that the purpose of the NRA began to change course, and by the 1980s (the time of Reagan and his corporate greed before all else administration), the NRA’s PRO GUN CONTROL agenda made a sharp 180 degree turn and started opposing gun control, and ginning up fear and mistrust in order to make it easier for gun manufacturers to increase their profits. Today, NRA President Pete Brownell, and his lunatic VP Wayne LaPierre are not even trying to hide their loyalty and obedience to the gun and ammo manufacturers, turning the NRA into nothing more than the primary Congressional gun lobby, threatening and buying corrupt politicians in Congress to tow the line on the morally bankrupt and greed-driven dictates of the gun manufacturers, no matter how bloody and tragic the predictable outcome on the American populace becomes. Perhaps NOW is the time to consider changing what the NRA stands for, from the National Rifle Association to Nutjobs Redefining America. And I don’t mean for the better. Any politician who supports the NRA and their perverted agenda needs to be eliminated at the polls as soon as possible.

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