Thursday, October 05, 2017

Kansas City Machine Gun Buying Guide

KMBZ offers some helpful legal advice for thousands of people stocking up amid rising stock prices. Checkit:

What to know about machine gun laws in the US

(LAS VEGAS)-- Investigators in Las Vegas are still combing through the blood-stained concert grounds and tracing the history of the cache of 23 guns found inside Stephen Paddock's 32nd floor suite.

16 Comments:

Anonymous said...

TOO MANY ERRORS TO LIST!

The Puckle Gun (if it was ever really made) was a Machine Gun? Let's see.. fire a round, turn a crank six or seven revolutions to unlock, pull a disk back a few inches by hand, rotate that disk by hand one space and push it forward, rotate the crank six or seven turns the other way by hand, fire another round. Beats the hell out of an M-60, doesn't it Vets?

General John T. Thompson, U.S. Army, responsible for the .45 ACP (Automatic COLT Pistol) cartridge, must be a surprise to the Colt Firearms Company!

Thompson's gun was the first SMG? Funny, I always thought the Italian Villar Perosa (1912) or the German MP18 (1916) predated his 1917 design.

ow, as far as the "legal matters",,,

Anonymous said...

Why are reporters so bad anymore, this information is easy to get but yet they managed to screw It up.

Anonymous said...

^^Who cares. @6:08AM=Boring!

Anonymous said...

^^^ Then don't read it moron.

Anonymous said...

^^^Then don't post it moron.

Anonymous said...

You both sound like little children

Anonymous said...

Do Not!

Anonymous said...

This is what happens when bureaucrats start writing laws instead of congress. This is a total fuck up by the ATF in regulation writing. Any fucking moron can watch and hear these converted weapons operate and know they are rapid fire just like an automatic weapon. In fact you can not name a single gun owner who would buy a bump stock without the goal of achieving automatic fire. The idea that the ATF would sanction holsters they don't like and let this stock modification fly as legal is a clear example of another clusterfuck created by the jackass leadership of the ATF - clearly asleep at the wheel.

my butt hurts said...

I like bump stock's. I get stiff, and have a gungasm. When I shoot. It make's me feel sooo macho !!! I know the lady's, are impressed, but I dont care. My gun's ar my lover's. THey are prettier, then Dana Lash. Sexyer to. And just as loud. And I have a real education, about gun's. And stuff. Becuase guns ar so cool !!! None of this lib education, with book's. About litterature. Or math.

Anonymous said...

12:03 is another one of those Deplorables. Hillary and Tim Kaine are absolutely right, banning silencers would've prevented the Las Vegas massacre, along with preventing every single murder in Chicago. Claire is right, we need "common sense gun safety", although we have no idea what laws to propose. We just need to ban all guns, all of our law-abiding citizens will comply; the criminals will turn-in their guns if we offer them enough money in gun buyback programs.

Anonymous said...

^^^Nah. False equivalency dope. We are way past those stale arguments and stupid retorts. Nobody needs a silencer, nobody needs a bump stock and nobody needs a high-capacity magazine. They are going to be banned, as they should be, and no amount of name calling by repubtards and in-bred gun-nuts like you can change that.Face it.

Anonymous said...

^^^ what an unintelligent post. "Nobody needs a high-capacity magazine."? How do you define "high capacity"? 50 rounds? 30 rounds? 15 rounds? 10 rounds?

All your so-called fixes won't have any real effect on preventing mass murders, let alone on the much more common single murders. No amount of name calling by out-of-touch leftist dreamers like you can change that. Face it.

Anonymous said...

Every body can use a butt stock

Anonymous said...

@1:19 are you some sort of ra-tard? Who considers 10 rounds high capacity? the rest of us intelligent people know what a high-capacity magazine is. Just because YOU say that these "so-called fixes" won't have any real effect on preventing mass murder is not a valid excuse not to ban it. How do we know they won't? We haven't tried. We will now.

Anonymous said...

^^^ 2:44 - you truly are a leftist moron. "Who considers 10 round high capacity?" Uh, Bill Clinton did. The 1994 law that Clinton supported banned magazines with more than 10 round capacity. Yeah, you're one of the "intelligent people". LMAO

"How do we know they won't (prevent mass murder)? We haven't tried." That's the same logic as Nancy Pelosi saying that the Obamacare law had to be passed in order to find out what was in it.

Anonymous said...

Leftist response is to punish the tens of millions of good honest people for the act of one crazed individual. I personally own guns and love shooting them but I never thought the bump stock was a good idea, just my personal feelings on the subject