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EricCartmanR1
March 04, 2013, 14:12
I am so grateful for having Liberal Friends. Because of them I learn a lot. All these tools are basically the same thing as they all shoot the same round, the .22LR. However, because of my Liberal Friends, I learned that 2 of these tools in this picture are considered Assault Rifles. We as good and noble Liberals do not like the color Black, Black is evil. Also we as Liberals like to judge and make quick decisions for everything based on appearance on the outside and not substance on the inside.

Forget that all these tools fire the same round, 2 of them are assault weapons that sexually molest children. Another 2, may not be assault weapons, but they are black, and because they are black, they like to steal.

There is only one good tool in this picture.

http://images15.fotki.com/v587/photos/1/932051/9642762/IMG_2021-vi.jpg

1) Ruger 10/22 - Walmart Special, with special stock and SS barrel. FM 3.5-44x Mildot Scope. It's a dam nice scope for the money ($150).

2) Colt/Umarex 22LR with ACOG TA31F, TAC65 Silencer

3) Sig P229 (.40 cal) - Sig .22LR conversion kit.

4) Walther P22 with threaded barrel

5) Bushmaster AR15 (5.56,mm) - CMMG .22LR Conversion kit. Bushmaster Lower, MAparts upper 1/9 twist chrome lined barrel, Surefire Rails, Aimpoint ML2 in ADM mount.

Sixtysixdeuce
March 18, 2013, 01:07
All these tools are basically the same thing as they all shoot the same round, the .22LR. However, because of my Liberal Friends, I learned that 2 of these tools in this picture are considered Assault Rifles.

I love using .22's to make points about how ridiculous and arbitrary "assault weapon" labeling is.

I'll put my 552 speedmaster next to my 522 viper or, better yet, show them a standard 597 compared to my latest rimfire EBR incarnation:

http://i110.photobucket.com/albums/n117/Hunter2506/VTRright_zps627367e0.jpg

Jolly Rodgers
March 18, 2013, 09:41
There is only one good tool in this picture.

Wrong. None of those tools are condoned in modern civilized liberal society. The wood one has two very big problems.

1) It is semi-automatic -- which means fully automatic. It can spray hundreds of thousands of bullets per minute and kill entire societies.

2) It is a high powered sniper rifle. With a scope like that, it will be capable of taking out an armored limousine at over one mile.

EricCartmanR1
March 21, 2013, 16:06
Wrong. None of those tools are condoned in modern civilized liberal society. The wood one has two very big problems.

1) It is semi-automatic -- which means fully automatic. It can spray hundreds of thousands of bullets per minute and kill entire societies.

2) It is a high powered sniper rifle. With a scope like that, it will be capable of taking out an armored limousine at over one mile.

good points and well taken.

J. Armstrong
March 21, 2013, 20:19
Dear God, one is SILENCED :eek::eek::eek:

That means no one can hear it when it escapes the closet and crawls along creating carnage among innocent children and even unborn babies !!!

Please don't put a weaponlight on it - then there would be no way to stop it.

Bubacus
March 27, 2013, 19:13
Hmmm.....plenty of wood on this evil device of doom in .22 LR....your liberal friends would gag if they knew there was a 275 round drum for it!

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/f2/American-180.jpg

ALL FAL
March 27, 2013, 21:20
Hmmm.....plenty of wood on this evil device of doom in .22 LR....your liberal friends would gag if they knew there was a 275 round drum for it!

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/f2/American-180.jpg

The rifle made In Oregon, just a short ways from a Liberal Mecca :rofl:

Bubacus
March 28, 2013, 10:03
EEEKKK....Your friends would also be in horror if they knew this innocent open bolt Voere's could be transformed fairly easy to full auto as well..

http://www.pdhsc.com/v1s.jpg

BigBoy1
March 29, 2013, 06:46
Please don't put a weaponlight on it - then there would be no way to stop it.

I hope you realize that the weapon light makes it a very lethal firearm. When the light is on, the bullets use the light to "see" the target and then use the light beam as guidance so they can hit the target every time. When there is no light, the bullets can't "see" were to go and end up missing. Now you know the "technical" reasons why the weapon mounted light is so dangerous. I'm sure this concept is too complicated for the liberal media to explain to their readers.

gunnut1
March 29, 2013, 14:01
All of what you guys say is true! But I want to know if you can get some of those imploding bullets for a .22 LR Feinswine told us about?

raubvogel
April 27, 2013, 18:46
2) It is a high powered sniper rifle. With a scope like that, it will be capable of taking out an armored limousine at over one mile.

Not over a mile, on the Moon!

DYNOMIKE
April 28, 2013, 17:24
I love using .22's to make points about how ridiculous and arbitrary "assault weapon" labeling is.

I'll put my 552 speedmaster next to my 522 viper or, better yet, show them a standard 597 compared to my latest rimfire EBR incarnation:

http://i110.photobucket.com/albums/n117/Hunter2506/VTRright_zps627367e0.jpg

Good god what a hideous creation... :eek::eek:
That abortion could kill just from looking at it, it's the .22 version of Medusa..

raubvogel
April 28, 2013, 20:25
Good god what a hideous creation... :eek::eek:
That abortion could kill just from looking at it, it's the .22 version of Medusa..

Nope, it still needs rails on the magazine, under the trigger guard, and sides.

And then one of those spiked flame guards you find for ARs.

tac-40
April 29, 2013, 09:33
Hey, It isn't "EVIL". It doesn't have a bayonet lug on it. Evil guns gatta have em when they get up close and personal.

nearmisses
April 29, 2013, 15:55
I hope you realize that the weapon light makes it a very lethal firearm. When the light is on, the bullets use the light to "see" the target and then use the light beam as guidance so they can hit the target every time. When there is no light, the bullets can't "see" were to go and end up missing. Now you know the "technical" reasons why the weapon mounted light is so dangerous. I'm sure this concept is too complicated for the liberal media to explain to their readers.


Careful what you say, there'a a congress woman out there that thinks when you use all the rounds in a magazine you throw it away! And she makes the laws we have to live with!

Insider
April 30, 2013, 11:24
You need a bigger scope on that 10-22!:eek:

ArtBanks
May 27, 2013, 18:16
8.5 - 25 Leupold. That is just about the right size.

http://http://i1180.photobucket.com/albums/x413/nf1e/March272012accuracyweapons006.jpg (http://s1180.photobucket.com/user/nf1e/media/March272012accuracyweapons006.jpg.html)

Semper Fi
Art

LaConservationist
May 27, 2013, 20:56
There is only one good tool in this picture.

http://images15.fotki.com/v587/photos/1/932051/9642762/IMG_2021-vi.jpg

1) Ruger 10/22 - Walmart Special, with special stock and SS barrel. FM 3.5-44x Mildot Scope. It's a dam nice scope for the money ($150).

2) Colt/Umarex 22LR with ACOG TA31F, TAC65 Silencer

3) Sig P229 (.40 cal) - Sig .22LR conversion kit.

4) Walther P22 with threaded barrel

5) Bushmaster AR15 (5.56,mm) - CMMG .22LR Conversion kit. Bushmaster Lower, MAparts upper 1/9 twist chrome lined barrel, Surefire Rails, Aimpoint ML2 in ADM mount.

I give....which one is the "GOOD TOOL" in the pic??? I know the answer BUT I can't tell which it is......

The "ONLY GOOD TOOL" would be the ONE LOADED with AMMO!! :rolleyes:

LaC