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A couple months ago I said I don`t show my guns. Some one said why not. I decided to show my trucks instead. A few weeks ago I read a small piece in Shooters Illustrated put out by the NRA. It said Google, Facebook and others are taking all gun photos, blowing them up and trying to see a serial number. Recording that number putting it with a face.

In 2003 I did a Google search on FEMA Camps. I got over 250 hits, some in Canada. I continued doing this every two years. Every year there were less and less. The last one I did was about 2015. It said there are no FEMA Camps in America. Since Google pointed out 250 of them in 2003 they lied to me so they are no better than democrats.
 
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My wish would be to lock the usual gun-hating libs in that room and let them shriek in instantly-acquired PTSD terror while simultanesouly soiling themselves. Then let them sit in their own sausage gravy for hours and hours...
They have all had PTSD since middle school and at just what point did they ever stop soiling them self. The government don't just tell these people when to wipe but how many ply when doing the wiping. But no matter how many times it brakes through and gets on their finger. They still have better luck trusting the government. Around here we call em democRats. Ya can't live with em and ya can't kill em, yet.
 
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Yes, I said "man" because if you're not into guns or don't know how to handle one, you aren't a man!
I must respectfully disagree. A woman can learn to handle a weapon just as well as can a man. I saw a photograph taken in Iraq of a young female American soldier escorting an aged Iraqi woman down some street in some town most likely destroyed by the US Marines-- the destruction was that complete. The young lady was sportin' an M249 Minimi, and you can be dam-ned sure she knows how to use it...
 
I must respectfully disagree. A woman can learn to handle a weapon just as well as can a man. I saw a photograph taken in Iraq of a young female American soldier escorting an aged Iraqi woman down some street in some town most likely destroyed by the US Marines-- the destruction was that complete. The young lady was sportin' an M249 Minimi, and you can be dam-ned sure she knows how to use it...
It was more of a sarcastic remark than anything my friend. I know some women that can out shoot me. I was more smashing on the liberal, afraid of guns crowd. ;)
 
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A few weeks ago I read a small piece in Shooters Illustrated, put out by the NRA. It said Google, Facebook and others are taking all gun photos, blowing them up and trying to see a serial number. Recording that number putting it with a face.
I've known for years that you should never put the serial number of a gun into a photograph. Don't know when I began to know that, but I never allow the number to appear in a photograph that will be made public. What I do is remove the portion of the image and drop a similarly-toned image onto the white area created by removing the serial number. Just blackening-over the S/N will not do it; a good image-manipulator can remove the black layer and expose the serial number...
 
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I must respectfully disagree. A woman can learn to handle a weapon just as well as can a man. I saw a photograph taken in Iraq of a young female American soldier escorting an aged Iraqi woman down some street in some town most likely destroyed by the US Marines-- the destruction was that complete. The young lady was sportin' an M249 Minimi, and you can be dam-ned sure she knows how to use it...
Don't you mean child. I know I was hunting when I was 12 and all my grandsons know there way around a rifle and pistol as do my three girls.
 

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