Assault rifle with Bible verse to repel Muslim terrorists unveiled in Apopka

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  1. steve knight macrumors 68020

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    when you combine guns and religion stupidity follows.
    well then why did you do it? why did you use something from the crusades? that was a christian horror in it's self.
    http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news...sts-gun-attack-prevention-20150902-story.html
     
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    it's called marketing, do you think the Tennessee shooter would have bought it?
     
  3. steve knight thread starter macrumors 68020

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    of course but claiming you don't want to offend anyone is a blatant lie. but it will work so I guess thats all that matters.
     
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    of course that is all that matters, look at all the media exposure they are now getting, bet you these things are selling quick.
     
  5. jerwin macrumors 65816

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    Truly, a weapon worthy of Anders Behring Breivik himself.
     
  6. FieldingMellish, Sep 3, 2015
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    205 mass killings in the U.S. So far? Just this year?

    Someone tell Hassan to join Macrumors and post a link.
     
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    How much is the mark-up? You could bring your AR to just about any machine shop and have it engraved with anything you want.
     
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    too much & you scratch the anodizing . I got my Spikes Zombie lower like the one shown & the price was the same as a regular lower
    [​IMG]
     
  9. juanm, Sep 4, 2015
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    "How do you keep Zombies from using our guns? You etch something that would make a lightning bolt hit them the minute they use it"*

    Genius.

    *(reference to the video in the article, which I recommend not watching, it's appalling)

    Edit: That said the safety indications are very confusing (read: unsafe) in case someone not interested in zombies were to ever put their hands on this weapon.
     
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    Peace, War, and God Wills It on the trigger switch? A model for women called Pure Estrogen?

    This place is too much. Frankly, at this point, I don't know why CAIR cares. The shop isn't anything more than a novelty store, making crap and selling it for too much because some idiot will think it's funny.
     
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    don't like it? don't buy is, not sure why something so simple is that hard to understand.
     
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    I'll put you down for a couple of my "Piss Christ" bumperstickers. See how long America's broadminded tolerance for edgy religious artwork keeps you safe.
     
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    see, things are that simple, I don't like it so I wont buy it, I am agnostic borderline atheist, so religious verses do nothing for me. can't remember when was the last time I had a sticker on any of my cars.

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  14. nbs2 macrumors 68030

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    Um. I agree?

    My point was that of this was Bushmaster engraving at the factory, I could see a reason for CAIR to comment. Them worrying about these guys is like NOW throwing a fit about a beachstand selling Big Johnson shirts.
     
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    not sure it matters if bushmaster was doing it at the factory.
     
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    "Edgy religious artwork?" Don't make me laugh.

    Robert Mapplethorpe was a genius.

    Andre Serrano is a cheap hack.
     
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    At the factory, CAIR makes a comment, says, "wow, that's really uncool. You are really offending a whole lot of people, and economically, they may have been your customers." It makes sense for an advocacy org to get involved.

    The little shop on the corner, you get a Streisand Effect. How many of these would have sold if nobody worried about it? Maybe a handful (probably the same suckers that buy the Super Special Limited Editions advertised in American Rifleman - did you see that Charleton Heston commemorative whatever-it-was a few months ago). Now? Every "Muslim terrorists everywhere" crackpot, and then some, will come out in support against the forces of evil.

    Let's compare it this way - should the SBC get involved if Target starts stocking shirts that read, "Baptists are stupid"? Of course. Should they get involved if Johnny Atheist gets one made at the shirt-print cart in the mall? It isn't worth it.
     
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    IT would not bother me is target did such a thing, freedom of speech.
     
  19. jnpy!$4g3cwk macrumors 65816

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    "******":

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...4-mass-shootings-and-204-days-in-2015-so-far/

    On the 204th day of the year, it was, coincidentally, 204.

    http://shootingtracker.com/wiki/Mass_Shootings_in_2015

    "Today is Saturday, September 5th, 2015. It is the 248th day of the year."

    And, 255 mass shootings.

    To first order, as we say, one per day.
     
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    A mass shooting occurs anytime two or more rounds are fired in succession from the same gun.
     
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    The Mass Shooting Tracker does use slightly different definitions than the previous FBI Mass Murder metric:

    So. no. I would imagine that the number of events meeting the description you listed would run into the tens of millions (if counting normal range firing of weapons) - to the mere thousands - if counting the the times that random shots rang out in public, without necessarily striking anyone.
     
  22. jnpy!$4g3cwk macrumors 65816

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    "Hilarious"

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    My personal definition is as valid as any other random anti-gun web site's definition.
     
  24. vrDrew macrumors 65816

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    The Economist, June 19, 2015 in response to the killing of nine people inside a Charleston church.
     
  25. citizenzen macrumors 65816

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    Here's the FBI definition:
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