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    Sensible gun control!










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    I like the first one best.
    The only common sense gun regulations were written about 227 years ago.

    Ban gangs, not guns!

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    Second one best. Good work!
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    Hello AM!

    I like them both but I would use the word 'cartridge' not bullet in the second picture.

    Sunshine and 'heat' in your pictures- what is that? Oh yes, we did have some sunshine today! NO pun intended on using the word 'heat' - I mean heat as in temps not firearms as in 'packing heat'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catherine
    I like them both but I would use the word 'cartridge' not bullet in the second picture.
    Unless one has an extremely powerful slingshot, cartridges are generally benign.

    It's the bullet that erupts from the cartridge that we have to watch out for.

    "Tactical" is a mindset, not an equipment list.

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    According to Webster;

    car·tridge
    noun \ˈkär-trij, dialect ˈka-trij\

    Definition of CARTRIDGE

    : a case or container that holds a substance, device, or material which is difficult, troublesome, or awkward to handle and that usually can be easily changed: as a: a tube (as of metal) containing a complete charge for a firearm and usually an initiating device (as a primer) b: a case containing an explosive charge for blasting c: an often cylindrical container for insertion into a larger mechanism or apparatus

    bul·let
    noun, often attributive \ˈbu̇-lət also ˈbə-\

    Definition of BULLET

    1
    : a round or elongated missile (as of lead) to be fired from a firearm; broadly: cartridge 1a

    2
    a: something resembling a bullet (as in curved form) b: a large dot placed in printed matter to call attention to a particular passage

    3
    : a very fast and accurately thrown or hit object (as a ball or puck)
    Bullet

    Bullet would be the correct usage for the context.

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    Thank you all, yes, the bullet was what I meant, as the "end product", as it were.
    Those are actually older pics I resurrected to answer a thread on another forum, and were taken in winter of 2008, I think, notice the long sleeved sweatshirt. That's what we wear in an Arizona winter.
    I thought the redone product came out a little better than I'd hoped for. Notice the vz-58 has all original furniture, not quite how it looks today.



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    I like both.
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    I think the phrase is...

    "Common sense gun control," not sensible gun control. Other than that nit, I like them.

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    First one is pretty good!

    Why is it that as a Czechia inhabitant I'm craving the M-14 and not the vz.58?

    Is it because 58's are as common as dirt here, or what?

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    Loosed, I got that from a thread on another board where the anti used that exact phrase, so I used it back.

    Second gun is Czech as well, CZ P-01. cz-usa.com
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    Loosed, whipped this one up from another old pic, better?

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    Tie down holster is helpful, too
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    I like both of them.
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    First two = very good
    The first one is my favorite
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    needs hot ladies holdng the gun.

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    better?
    Yes, but I like them all.

    I think the main reason I like the third the best is that it implies SD use, not just range use. And as someone might have said: 2A ain't about target shootin'!

    Thanks.

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    AirForceShooter, my wife won't pose, and if I try to recruit other hot women, well, I don't have a couch, and the LazBoy chair really isn't that comfortable all night long. I don't have Oleg's access to great models, wish I did!
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    There's a similar thread over on THR. I'll provide a link. However, it has gotten somewhat derailed.


    http://www.thehighroad.org/showthread.php?t=639601
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    That's where I got the motivation. Nobody responded to the pics - I must on a LOT of ignore lists!
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    I must on a LOT of ignore lists!
    Naw. Too busy arguing over the meaning of the 2nd Amendment!
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