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Mattv2099 with the 1000 yard stare, scowl, and a whole lot of lead downrange:

This magazine obviously has no sporting purpose, and is only intended to kill hundreds of people.  Write your lawmakers and ask them to keep high capacity 600 round assault magazines out of the hands of the public.  If it only saves one life…

Another danger is that it’s so concealable.  You could EASILY slip that magazine inside a 8ft bamboo shoot and stroll around in public, without anyone having any idea.  That’s scary.

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Also, as it was pointed out on facebook, we need to ban high capacity assault ladders.  There is just no reason a ladder should have over 7 rungs.  You take the ladder out of the equation and the shooter is forced to use stilts, which will likely make them an easier target for good samaritans to knock over and save innocent lives.

And to think, days ago I was only worried about the 64 round high capacity assault magazines.

Thoughts?

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Mattv2099 said he got these before Glock stopped making them:

Glock-High-Capacity-64-Round-Assault-Clips-MagazinesNo wonder they are discontinued… those things look terrifying.

0:57 – LOL and I thought the 120 round high capacity snake clip was a game changer.  He’s going to be shooting that beast in a upcoming video… no telling how many lives will be lost.

Thoughts? Ban electrical tape?

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This made my day:

NBC contacted (the Metropolitan Police Department) inquiring if they could utilize a high capacity magazine for their segment. NBC was informed that possession of a high capacity magazine is not permissible and their request was denied. 

Full story – Fox News

LOL priceless… but he went and did it anyway.  What would be even more hilarious now would be if he doesn’t just get away with writing a $1000 check, and actually has to go to jail for a bit.

I cried “double standard” at first, even though I speculated that it may have been a prop or airsoft.  I’m curious to see where this goes now, because I’m thinking he still could just get a slap on the wrist.

If you missed the initial story and video you can check it out – HERE

Thoughts?  Do you want to see D-Greg out of that suit, into a jumpsuit and given three hots and a cot?

Hat tip: jpcmt, Roshal

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OH NOES!  Breaking a D.C. gun law in the process.  It happens at 9:56:

Legal in Washington D.C.:

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Illegal in Washington D.C.:

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The law (§ 7-2506.01):

No person in the District shall possess, sell, or transfer any large capacity ammunition feeding device regardless of whether the device is attached to a firearm. For the purposes of this subsection, the term “large capacity ammunition feeding device” means a magazine, belt, drum, feed strip, or similar device that has a capacity of, or that can be readily restored or converted to accept, more than 10 rounds of ammunition. The term “large capacity ammunition feedingdevice” shall not include an attached tubular device designed to accept, and capable of operating only with, .22 caliber rimfire ammunition.

A person guilty of this charge can be sentenced to a maximum fine of $1000 and/or up to a year imprisonment. 

Enjoy your fine or prison sentence.  Oh wait, that will never happen.  Even if this does get a 2nd glance by law enforcement, MSNBC will likely claim it was a prop magazine not a real one, airsoft, or something similar then it will be swept under the rug.  I think the law he violated is ridiculous in the first place, but that’s not the point.  If they would bring up an average person on charges for possessing a magazine such as that one, then there’s no reason he shouldn’t at least have to write a check for $1000 at the very least.

Thoughts?  Do you guys like double standards as much as I do?

Hat tip: Steven, Josh, Eric

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Medium capacity assault anyone?

I like the look of the magazine, and it seems to work well… but I gotta ask why?  To get 20 measly more rounds than 1 single standard AR-15 magazine, and 10 rounds less than carrying two and the width of around 5 magazines?  Seems to me that carrying two mags would take up less room, and be compatible with every pouch on the planet… not to mention you also have the assurance that if one fails you still have 30 rounds (hopefully) in magazine #2.  I guess what I’m trying to get at is if you want sustained automatic fire you might as well go with a 100 rounder for maximum fun.  Those though are even more bulky and awkward…

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Made by XS Products who also make a load of other drum magazines.  Their name is confusingly similar to XS Sights, but as far as I can tell the two companies are not related.

Thoughts?  Are you on board with drum magazines, or do <3 the box configuration and capacity of the Surefire high capacity 60 and 100 round box style magazines more?  Interesting how Sturmgewehre said he hasn’t had any luck with the Surefire 60s.

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Because we live in a world where scumbags kill innocent people:

Amen to that.  

You think a guy with an AK is scared of your LCP?

hahahaha.

I’m really looking forward to the day (hopefully soon) where all this ban nonsense just fades into irrelevance as it rightfully should.  As it has been said a million times, the problem isn’t guns, it is crazy people.  Sure, A problem is crazy people WITH guns, BUT the way to fix it isn’t to screw up 10s of millions of people’s hobby, livelihood, source of protection etc… If that happens, it will just be a repeat of the last assault weapons ban which didn’t make anyone any safer.

AK-47-AR-15-M4gery-Assault-RifleMrColionNoir is wearing the ENDO Black Rifle Flag t-shirt.

Thoughts?

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