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NRA controlled by gun, ammo manufacturers
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http://www.floridatoday.com/article/2013...ck_check=1

This 1st quote is utter BULLSHITE IMHO. I would like to know what % of donations are from folks like us and what % are from these evil gun and ammunition manufacturers.
Quote:............One fact Mr. Keene omitted is that while the NRA once was a true sportsman’s organization, today it is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the gun and ammunition manufacturers. Its mission is to expedite the sale of as many guns and ammunition, of any type, for any purpose, as their fear-mongering can achieve..............

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Call them cop killer bullets and then they MUST BE. Thank the stars that all those other bullets are only COP "GET THEIR ATTENTION" BULLETS.
Quote:........The true nature of the NRA became crystal clear when it pushed the legal sale of “cop-killer” bullets............

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I know for a fact that our donations are taxable.....I do not know for sure about these companies. Does any one know for sure? I suspect that this too is utter CRAP!!!
Quote:It’s time the IRS recognizes that the NRA is a for-profit lobbying corporation and treats contributions/payments to the NRA from gun and ammunition manufacturers and vendors (not to be confused with membership subscriptions) as corporate taxable income
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#2
Another Pro-2A hunter who doesn't understand the 2nd.Shrug Real surprise there.
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billamj;62477 Wrote:Another Pro-2A hunter who doesn't understand the 2nd.Shrug Real surprise there.

YEP
He made sure to let us know that he is being reasonable he should be taken seriously because of his cred's:
Quote:I have owned rifles and shotguns and hunted deer in Maryland nearly every year when I lived there, so I certainly have no reservations about gun ownership for legitimate sport, although at no time did I consider myself “a well-regulated militia.”
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#4
I am sick of these Fudd's. If we get past this month without losing our rights we should go Liberal on them: Start a campaign of marginalizing and demonizing them. Just keep the pressure on them until they either side with us or disappear into irrelevance. They're the only obvious weak point in the firearm community and we need to shore it up. What general firearm owners did to that liberal rag in New York, to the bitch Piers Morgan and the rest of the anti-liberals needs to be done to Fudd's.

This issue should have been nipped in the butt years ago. Rant over. Angry
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#5
Anytime someone qualifies their support for the 2A hey lose credibility in my eyes.

I am not a pro 2A hunter
I am not a pro 2A target shooter
I am not a pro 2A sportsman

I am unconditionally pro 2A


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#6
I just call hunters who feel the way he does, hypocrites.

You don't NEED to hunt when you can buy food at the grocery store, so they must do it because they like the 'sport' of killing. They're the ones who should NOT have guns, because they prove every year that they only have one so that they CAN kill--for fun and their own personal enjoyment. They plan these outings, they drink to celebrate them and spend thousands on equipment to track and lure their prey. I tell them that they're more like Adam Lanza than I am...my 'assault rifles' only shoot at paper, their hunting rifles actually invoke death on their target and then they celebrate the kill with pictures they share to their friends and with hanging heads and skins on their walls as a 'trophy'.
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Camper;62494 Wrote:I just call hunters who feel the way he does, hypocrites.

You don't NEED to hunt when you can buy food at the grocery store, so they must do it because they like the 'sport' of killing. They're the ones who should NOT have guns, because they prove every year that they only have one so that they CAN kill--for fun and their own personal enjoyment. They plan these outings, they drink to celebrate them and spend thousands on equipment to track and lure their prey. I tell them that they're more like Adam Lanza than I am...my 'assault rifles' only shoot at paper, their hunting rifles actually invoke death on their target and then they celebrate the kill with pictures they share to their friends and with hanging heads and skins on their walls as a 'trophy'.

That's how I feel. I remember going out shooting for my first time about 6 years ago, I went with a hunter to the State Gaming Land Range on Route 6. Everything he owned was a bolt or pump action save for a double action 357 revolver and a Colt Series 70, everything he owned held 10 or less rounds. He would go out into the woods just to kill things, he never ate the meat. When I got my first 22 Rifle (An M&P 15-22) he called it a useless, waste of ammo. Yet something is wrong with me because everything I own holds 10-30 rounds and is semi-automatic, I use them to shoot paper and defend my home. They never killed anything.

Tell me why I should go to bat for these people when they take great glee in letting me twist in the wind as the politicians try to strip me of my rights? If this month goes bad for me the hunters of this country can go to hell. At that point I will no longer have any skin in the game and would then take great joy in watching politicians tear them asunder down the road. Dodgy
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#8
Remember that there are true 2A supporters among hunters as well. You can't lump them all into one group. I, and all the guys I hunt with fall into the pro-2A category. I hate Fudds as much as you guys do.

I had a discussion with one awhile back that couldn't believe it when I told him an AWB would likely include his beloved 10/22. Part of it is about education and part of it is about exposure. We'd have a lot less Fudds in this state if semi-auto rifles were legal for hunting.

That's why we're getting the push for AWB. Fewer of us own them which makes us easier to marginalize. Take a Fudd semi-auto shooting. Point out that his hunting brethren use semis to hunt in other states. Show them repeated examples in history where gun-grabs didn't stop once started.
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unclejumbo;62504 Wrote:Remember that there are true 2A supporters among hunters as well. You can't lump them all into one group. I, and all the guys I hunt with fall into the pro-2A category. I hate Fudds as much as you guys do.

I had a discussion with one awhile back that couldn't believe it when I told him an AWB would likely include his beloved 10/22. Part of it is about education and part of it is about exposure. We'd have a lot less Fudds in this state if semi-auto rifles were legal for hunting.

That's why we're getting the push for AWB. Fewer of us own them which makes us easier to marginalize. Take a Fudd semi-auto shooting. Point out that his hunting brethren use semis to hunt in other states. Show them repeated examples in history where gun-grabs didn't stop once started.

I completely understand where you're coming from but I am really getting tired beating my head against the wall full of Fudds that don't want to hear, or experience, anything about semi's. They are just evil in their little minds and no one is going to change that.Angry
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unclejumbo;62504 Wrote:Remember that there are true 2A supporters among hunters as well. You can't lump them all into one group. I, and all the guys I hunt with fall into the pro-2A category. I hate Fudds as much as you guys do.

I don't, I reserve my 'you disgust me' tactic for hunters that out and out hate semi's and think nobody should own one.

I'm also quick to remind them, that if they're so concerned with the safety of the children, if they realize that by removing AR15s (for example) they will force these killers to use higher powered hunting rifles to do their killing which could result in more death because YOU wouldn't use a .223 like these AR's use to take down a deer, would you??
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