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Well…um…this is concerning.
My cat really doesn’t like his new toy.
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Typical. You can’t come up with facts or logic so you have to disrespect people’s sexuality.
EDIT: in fact, it’s because of hateful people like you they deserve to be armed
What happens if my GF has her own AR-15? Is she my boyfriend?
Or because I have my own as well, are we lesbians?
Lel, anti gun guys really have nothing but bottom of the barrel tactics to support their arguments.
Someone tell me I have a small penis already.
If you need a murder weapon to feel like a person of any sex, you must have something wrong in your head. But then, hey, neurodivercity!
Oh yes, because a rifle that doesn’t look like it was designed in the goddamn 1900’s only has the purpose of murdering people.
Those are for personal defense, I don’t care what you think I need to compensate for (whether its manhood/womanliness) because with one of those nobody would be coming to commit hate crimes on my household.
As I said in a post down, my referral to it as a murder weapon basically boils down to me wishing. Anyway, the weapon depicted looks like something only the army would have access to.
Why? Again, because it doesn’t look like it was designed on the 1900’s?
It’s all on the looks, there is literally no difference in the operation between hundreds of other civilian rifles in layman’s terms. Unless you want me to get into specifics, the principle of operation has been the same for decades and it doesn’t change if you put wood furniture on it.
Bullet is fired, gasses push on a bolt (either through direct impingement, short or long stroke piston), bolt goes back, extracts spent casing, recocks hammer, stripes new cartridge from magazine. Repeat.
All of the above are the same rifle. All of them legal (on longer barrel versions) in my country. However I suspect that they might be banned/hard to obtain in US states like NY or California because of the “assault features”.
Do you recognize the rifle? It’s pretty much the same as the one on the silhouette of the image above.
Imagine that it had wooden furniture.
Tell me again that it’s something only the Army has access too when it’s the same exact internal parts dressed up in a different lower receiver.
I was referring to the apparent heatsink around the barrel, if is gives off that much heat then it must be more powerful than others. Anyway, why are we arguing? I’m biased because the limit of legality where I’m from is an air rifle that shoots Bisley pellets, and my only motive for calling it a murder weapon is wishful thinking.
Its a quad rail. While it has ventilation its connected to the delta ring and the front sight base, not the barrel per se. The reason it looks like a heatsink is because 20mm rails are spaced to serve as a locking slot and neutralize heat expansion of the rail itself.
Many weapons do have heat shields to protect hands from burning but that do not have enough contact with the barrel to cool it. Today most rails for the AR are free-floating and minimize contact to not disturb barrel harmonics.
The AR15 is actually sensitive to heat buildup just like most rifles. Machine guns often have heavier barrels and quick change features. If an AR is fired more than a few times per minute in prolonged combat it is very likely to fail.
There’s more powerful guns than the AR15 (Eugene Stoner was asked to make it fire a smaller caliber than his AR10 design) and they don’t have heatsinks.
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50 ducks invaded a CVS in New York, but they were extremely well behaved.
and they all want sun chips
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