The Q&A is funny!
I have a large capacity automatic assault caulk gun under my desk.
But what about the magazine? Time, Oprah, Glamour, MAD magazine?
Made my day!!!
Yesterday, while listening to localized reports about the ferry crash in NYC, I made a comment in the live thread that all floatation vehicles MUST have black boxes, so in the future, we will know the causes of crashes, explosions, etc.
After seeing this Assault ‘Weapon,’ I want to revise and extend my previous remark (I listened to way too much CSPAN Congressional coverage in former times):
All Assault Weapons MUST have black boxes.
This way, we will have better information about what happened, should such a weapon be used in an unseemly manner.
single shot, but no kickback and easily concealed....like!
Q: I forgot to ask if you will accept payment in imitation crab meat.
A: I am Asian, so yes I would consider it.
Current bid is US $265.00
The tape measure was a nice touch
Are you positive that it is a real AR15-Assault-Rock-/190781941697?
I have a couple Semi-Auto Assault Glock Rocks, that are very similar to what you say is AR15-Assault-Rock-/190781941697
Laugh of the day - thanks for sharing!
“The Weapon, Selectable Fully-antimatic, Semi-antimatic, Rock, Assault, Caveman-AR15, Paleolithic, is a non-gas-operated, air-cooled, non-belt-fed, antimatic inertial rock that is operated from the no-bolt configuration. As with all such weapons, it can be used with an overhand or underhand throw, or retained in the hand, and can be hidden behind the back before use.”
DO NOT step on the rock.
DO NOT boil the rock.
DO NOT rub bear fat on the rock.
DO NOT attempt to eat the rock.
For further information, see Technical Manual (TM-1).
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Cute...proceeds go the NRA.
I confess that this one was mine:
“Since the item has “rock” in the description, does this imply that it can double as a loud musical instrument? Thanks in advance!”
That looks like the assualt rock I got from Crazy Horse in South Dakota. I do believe they have quite a stach of those assualt rocks there.
Technically, I don’t think that meets the definition of an assault rock, because it doesn’t have the hardware for an optional bayonet attachment.
It does have a built-in silencer, since masonry is naturally good at muffling sound waves.
Notice its in the Hunting category!