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  • The AR-15 IS The Musket Of Our Day

    Democrats are on the warpath.

    After 49 innocent people were slaughtered by a semi-auto style weapon that was NOT an AR-15, the anti-gun left is out to get rid of the AR-15…again.

    They claim many things, but mostly it’s just scary looking. A recent liberal reporter, Gersh Kuntzman, shot one as a case study.

    From Daily News:

    It felt to me like a bazooka — and sounded like a cannon.

    But mostly, I was just terrified.

    The recoil bruised my shoulder, which can happen if you don’t know what you’re doing. The brass shell casings disoriented me as they flew past my face. The smell of sulfur and destruction made me sick. The explosions — loud like a bomb — gave me a temporary form of PTSD. For at least an hour after firing the gun just a few times, I was anxious and irritable.

    The lies spread by this reporter are confusingly dumb and terrifyingly ridiculous!

    Here’s a picture of the 7 year old girl from the video shooting an AR-15.

    She’s not suffering from PTSD or grimacing about her shoulder being bruised by the cannon she’s just fired. She’s having FUN!

    7YO shoots

    The truth is the AR-15 is one of the most loved and most purchased weapons in America. It is financially attainable and viable for a plethora of uses.

    In a piece titled 10 Reasons To Own An AR-15 from America’s 1st Freedom:

    America’s Rifle 

    While those who hate guns would have you think the AR-15 is nothing more than a murder machine, in truth it’s the musket of our day—everyman’s rifle, proudly owned by patriotic men and women of all ages, colors and interests. As Dom Raso said in his recent video: “I guarantee you, if the Founding Fathers would have known this gun was going to be invented, they wouldn’t have rewritten the Second Amendment, they would have fortified it in stone. Because they knew the only way for us to stay free is by having whatever guns the bad guys have. This firearm gives average people the advantage they so desperately need and deserve to protect their life, liberty and happiness.”

    Regardless of why we, as Americans, choose to own AR-15 rifles, we will always face the scoffers—Second Amendment deniers who would be happy to take away our right to own any gun. In the end, we don’t need to puzzle for answers to anyone who rudely asks us, “Why do you need an AR-15?” Instead, we should simply ask our own question: “Why should the government be able to deny us the constitutionally protected right to own one?”

    Owning an AR-15 is as uniquely American as baseball, apple pie and the Second Amendment. It’s a classic example of American exceptionalism, independence and ingenuity—all the things that make us the land of the free and home of the brave.

    And the Top 10 Reasons To Own An AR-15 are:

    Self-Defense

    Fun/Recreation

    Teaching/Learning

    Hunting

    Tinkering

    Farm/Ranch Use

    Competitive Shooting

    Disaster Preparedness

    Bringing Women Into Shooting 

    The AR-15 truly is the musket of our day because all those points are true. The AR-15 is super easy to train people with, it shoots accurately at reasonable distances and doesn’t pound your shoulder.

    It is effective for home and ranch protection because it can rise to meet any type of threat, be it a pack of coyotes on your sheep herd or couple thugs out rape, kill or rob you, the AR-15 is up to the challenge.

    And yes…people really do hunt with the AR-15. Many people love it as a varmint rifle, but it is also a solid deer gun.

    The number one reason American’s love the AR-15 is that is a joy to shoot. Smiles are what spread when shooting an AR-15.

    Also, the fringe benefit of scaring the ever-living-crap out of your liberal friends on Facebook when you post a picture of yourself shooting an AR-15 is very satisfying.


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