Chardon School shooter is not liked by Anti Gunners

He did not use an AK 47 with 100 round banana clip. Instead he used this:

which comes with a 10 round magazine.

Seriously, how are they going to do their Blood Tap Dancing & Fund Collecting with such a puny un-scary gun?

 

14 Replies to “Chardon School shooter is not liked by Anti Gunners”

  1. By the time they get done with that Ruger Mk 2 it’ll have a suppressor, extended magazine and a night vision scope.
    Oh, and don’t forget the “cop-killer” Teflon bullets….




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    1. Are those the same “cop killers”that can stop a bulldozer or speeding semi truck?(in Hollywood).




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  2. I wouldn’t be surprised to see them use the angle of “.22LR is ridiculously inexpensive and available in bulk through your friendly neighborhood Walmart.”




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  3. I put walnut grips on my Ruger Mk II just so it wouldn’t be feared as an “eeevil black gun”.




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  4. I notice that most of the anti-rights cultists went peculiarly quiet on Twitter once the news came out that the firearm was legally procured (by his grandfather – the shooter stole it) and that it was nothing more than a piddling .22.

    So much for “ZOMG EVIL ASSAULT WEAPON” or somesuch nonsense.




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  5. It’s certainly a gun that tries really hard to meet the Brady requirements. The manual of my 22/45 actually tells me that at one step in field stripping, I may need a hammer.




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  6. Ol’ Jean was giddy that a teacher WITH OUT A GUN got the kid. Yea, well the kid prolly ran out of ammo (you know, those TEN round mags) and the courageous teach got damned lucky.




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  7. It’s hard to overstate how poorly suited a .22 round is for people. That teacher stood a pretty good chance, even if the shooter had a few rounds left.




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