This AR is no toy.
Posted Today, 04:39 PM
good to see hunting + fishing front-footing their response
Hunting & Fishing, which has more than 30 stores nationwide, pulled what it described as "military-style assault weapons" from shelves on Friday.
Chief executive Darren Jacobs said this week it supported a Government ban on sales of the weapons, as well as an investigation into a national firearms register.
"On Friday, we requested our stores across New Zealand to remove all military-style assault weapons from our shelves. As far as we are concerned, they will never return,"
if posts offend .. or even too hard
Posted Today, 05:43 PM
Erice, unfortunately some racism is manufactured the version that KM is pushing is male pale and stal
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Posted Today, 05:59 PM
We've been doing a SI circumnavigation and Chch happened the day after we blew thru. The views on it all down this way do seem to be pretty simple.
We will all now lose and lose a lot because of one whack job. The whack job won.
I think they are right.
Posted Today, 06:01 PM
Posted Today, 06:38 PM
No semi automatic weapons.
No vicarious gun violence on tv.
A close look at the connection of these wack jobs and violent computer internet gaming.
Care to indulge me.
Posted Today, 06:44 PM
erice, yep unfortunately often the case
There is nothing, absolutely nothing, half so much worth doing, as simply messing about in boats
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