REAL Assault Rifles vs Gun Grabber Myths

 Bigshooterist
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USA - -(Ammoland.com)- Intellectual Ammunition for the Anti-Gun BS that creeps out of the sewer every election cycle.

While I believe the term “Assault” is an action, and NOT a description of an inanimate object, this video deals with the hard definition of the term “Assault Weapon” (ie a select fire weapon…) in an attempt to unmask those who wish to demonize semiautomatic firearms by purposely misleading others into believing they are talking about machine guns.

Well, we know their lies and expose their playbook here.

Hopefully we can reach enough people so the next time they bring it up they are laughed at instead of listened to.

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3 thoughts on “REAL Assault Rifles vs Gun Grabber Myths

  1. Never underestimate the power of stupid people in large groups. If you need a reminder on this simply look at the 2008 election

  2. Note that when citizens have m16’s m4’s etc they are called “assault weapons” and when police have them (remember Milwaukee?) they are called “squad rifles”. The demonizing of the weapons citizens have is one tactic that will be used in the coming disarmament of America. Note that obama leaned heavily on the idea of “citizenship” in lieu of rights. This too will be a part of the coming campaign against the 2nd admendment.

  3. This is one powerful video that every firearm owner must watch and send out to all they know. Very well put together to show how the anti-gunners are so full of it. Jeff is just awesome explaining the facts. Thanks again ! Paul

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