Skip to comments.Juan Williams: People Shouldn’t Have ‘Tremendous Automatic Weaponry’
Posted on 06/27/2015 1:12:59 PM PDT by rktman
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I want someone to build me a 7-barrel Gatlin-style Howiter with laser guided rounds.
Inside a big Mech robot.
Juan is nothing but another data point on the harvest of Affirmative Action!
Crew served weapons bring people together.
Juan spouting microagression
“Juan Williams: People Shouldnt Have Tremendous Automatic Weaponry
I agree, Juan. Only chipmunks should have ‘tremendous automatic weaponry’, not people. Foo!
True, however not every part of a functional weapon needs to be milled metal. Hence the 3D printer AND a milling machine, although I have seen some smaller caliber, all plastic handguns that have been quite durable. As for ‘gangsters’, I’ve worked with thousands and trust me, many are very tech savey. This would be nothing for them to do when it becomes a necessity.
I'm a bit flashier - I thought that "stupendous" armaments would be more apt.
That particular incident has been a police propaganda piece for years. I remember them wearing body armor and the newspapers talking about how the police couldn’t stop them with their weapons, AR15’s and riot guns.
The marksmanship on display by the cops was somewhere between embarrassing and pitiful. A hit on the body armor will knock the wind out of you, often break ribs, they never got hit by a whole bunch of cops. Put on a vest and try it for yourself. The firearms ignorant media tried to act like the armor was the problem.
Zip guns aren’t anything new. Milling sounds decent for actual combat weapons. Combat weapons involve firing thousands of rounds out of the gun. AKs are available on a parts basis on the black market. If anyone really wanted an AK, they could get all the parts cheap. The ammo sounds as if it could be on the market too.
As an example, the stock and grip aren’t necessarily milled metal, although I am sure a lot of people. I generally prefer metal for the barrel, for taking the pressure and heat of repeated firing. (Marksmanship and hunting)
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