AntiFa Open Carry

Discussion in 'Gun Control' started by modernpaladin, Jun 20, 2017.

  1. Jimmy79

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    That is the only difference I see between the pics. Both perfectly legal as far as I know. I cant say I dont have a bit of problem with someone carrying in public while hiding their identity though.
     
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    Oops, forgot the masquerade party exception, at least in AL law.

    (b) A person does not commit a crime under subdivision (a)(4) of this section if he is going to or from or staying at a masquerade party, or is participating in a public parade or presentation of an educational, religious, or historical character or in an event as defined in subdivision (1) of Section 13A-11-140.
     
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    Unless it is the Lone Ranger or Batgirl, I doan like no masked fools with Guns.
     
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    modernpaladin Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    Ive heard nothing but good things about the Keltec RFB

    ...and very little but bad about everything else they make.

    Tho the same could be (and often is) said about Hipoint, and i have one. Its not bad (for the money) if you dont mind sending it in for the FREE repairs every few hundred rounds. The problem is almost always the firing pin spring- it loses its memory quickly. I think if I found a higher quality replacement, it would be a fine range gun.

    Taking the prices into consideration for all these weapons, it just breaks down to 'you get what you pay for.'
     
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    Well I can't preach too much about Kel-Tecs cause I have one of their early models in the car console. Just too easy to slip it in a pocket. I have a better.40 handgun in the trunk.

    Your little Commies should have posed with Com-Bloc AK rifles---they'd look a bit more threatening.

    If I were wanting to brandish a firearm in public to make myself look more deadly, I'd use my .308 Battle Rifle.
     
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    Eat beans to be deadly.
     
  7. modernpaladin

    modernpaladin Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    They're not my commies... collectivism is a utopian pipe dream on the scale that 'commies' advocate.

    They definitely should've gone with AKs tho, not only are they more intimidating, but they're a far more effective weapon as well. But they're commies... Kel-tecs are more in their price range, in the US at least.

    Im fond of my .223/5.56 saiga. Its not as intimidating with a wood 'hunting style' stock and foregrip, but the reliability/durability/versatility of an AK and accuracy of an AR is a great combo.

    Saiga also makes a .308 nato AK. Its next on my list to get.
     
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    I've heard good things about the RFB myself; good enough I'm seriously considering one. I also have a KSG, one of their 12 gauge dual-magazine shotguns, and I am highly impressed by its handling and shootability. Mine's stood up to a fair amount of shooting with no degradation whatsoever. My wife actually used it with slugs to shoot a cloverleaf group at 50 yards with it.
     
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    As always, there are exceptions to the rule. I can't remember the first time I shot a gun, I was pretty young.

    Check this little guy out, and he hits his targets too.
     
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    I still remember when KC Eusebio first started. He was about the same age as Miko Andres when he started, and was the youngest USPSA Grand Master at the tender age of 12.

     
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    Wowzers.
     
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