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    Quote Originally Posted by JDogger View Post

    Yeah, camera angle I guess. Where's the prong horns? In his hands? JD

    FWIW I think some of you should recognize that there are pro-gun, hunting lefties out here also. If it wasn't for those like me, your numbers would likely be in decline.
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    I still have to wonder about pic #1 w/ the pink rifle. M. Baker?
    Absolutely right. And Gooser, I hate to scare you, but I think you are right on with your thesis. In the last week I saw two conservatives, o'Reilley and Scarborough asking, just what culture are we defending here?
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    Quote Originally Posted by MooseGooser View Post
    That Doe antelope does have horns... They are small nothing like a Bucks,, but indeed they are there.. Somewhat rare..


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    Congrats to your boy Gooser.
    Where I grew up in Colorado horned {haired} female antellope were not all that "rare"

    Great memories for you and your boy. Hopefully the anti 2nd amendment whackos wont prevent your son from enjoying similar times with his son

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    Quote Originally Posted by FinnLandR View Post
    A Ruger 10/22 is a magazine fed semi auto rifle. I can find many hunting rifles that are magazine fed semi auto rifles. Are they all "assault rifles"?
    The media is pumping up "assault STYLE rifles". It is their wording which has to be taken apart. Thus, all the additions to the 10/22 would fit the STYLE, which is a very broad definition. Style could include a gold trigger in the future. Wording is everything!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dixidawg View Post
    Paul,

    The "flash suppressors" that I have seen have all really been muzzle brakes, and no not suppress flash at all.

    As for lethality, I don't know that in any of these tragedies that smaller magazines would have made any difference. Mags can be changed literally in a few seconds, and in my experience the larger capacity mags have a higher propensity to jam.

    I thought that in the Gabby Giffords shooting, bystanders were able to stop the shooter while he changed out magazines.
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    Yes !

    Not really all that rare,, but the Kid had a Doe tag. He passed 100's of animals before we found a doe with horns that we could get a chance at...

    He stuck to his guns,,, wanting to harvest a Doe with horns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MooseGooser View Post
    Yes !

    Not really all that rare,, but the Kid had a Doe tag. He passed 100's of animals before we found a doe with horns that we could get a chance at...

    He stuck to his guns,,, wanting to harvest a Doe with horns.

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    That's awesome Gooser!!!

    You have a "hunter" not a killer!!!!
    Well done, Dad!!!!!
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    I know you are specifically talking about a Ruger 10-22,,, but look at this quote from Californias gun laws in reference to AR style weapons.

    CATEGORY 2
    AK and AR-15 Series Weapons (Kasler v. Lockyer)
    This California Supreme Court decision took effect on August 16, 2000. Under this decision, any firearm ofminor variation of the AK or AR-15 type (i.e., series weapon), regardless of the manufacturer, is a Category 2(
    Kasler v. Lockyer) assault weapon under the original Roberti-Roos Assault Weapons Control Act of 1989.
    All AK and AR-15 series weapons had to be possessed before August 16, 2000 and must have beenregistered on or before January 23, 2001
    . The Department of Justice is required to identify these seriesweapons and includes in this publication a listing of identified AK and AR-15 series weapons.
    It is important to note that removal of a firearm’s characteristics does not affect its status as a Category2 assault weapon. A Category 2 assault weapon is still an assault weapon even if it has no Category 3(SB 23 - generic characteristics) features.
    Category 2 assault weapons may be of any caliber, including .22 caliber rimfire.
    It is far easier to spit on the work of others than it is to produce something better yourself.
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    HRCH Calypso Seven Bales High SH (Bailey)
    HR Calypso Zoomin Loosies Mad Hader (Maddi) We loved you baby. R.I.P.
    FlatLanders Broken Pistol Ricochet SH (Flinch)


    My Christian Name is Michael Baker..
    I have gone by "Gooser" since I was a "gossling"

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