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To: 2ndDivisionVet
Because we are spied on incessantly by our own paranoid gummint we cannot train, drill, or communicate nevertheless, like antibiotic resistant bacteria, we are the strongest, largest army in the world. The American. With literally hundreds of millions of firearms in the hands of a third of us we have an advantage no one can take away. As it has been said, on opening day the State of Pennsylvania fields the largest army in the world. It scares the crap out of the corrupt politicians. It is supposed to.

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9 posted on 05/03/2014 10:38:12 PM PDT by wastoute (Government cannot redistribute wealth. Government can only redistribute poverty.)
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They talk about that here:

What Good Can a Handgun Do Against An Army?

10 posted on 05/03/2014 10:40:13 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet (I will raise $2M for Cruz and/or Palin's next run, what will you do?)
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To: wastoute
As a Potential Domestic Terrorist, I stand proudly ready to defend my Country against all enemies, foreign and domestic.

This is #1 of 78 videos on the subject. It might be an idea to download them all considering what happened at the Bundy Ranch this past week.<

SNIPER 101 Part 1 - Introduction - Rex Reviews

Snipers, hunters, target shooters, ladies and gentlemen... Finally, Rex Reviews releases this long awaited free online long range shooting / sniper tutorial. TiborasaurusRex will walk you through everything you will need to know about sniper ammunition and cartridge selection, rifle and equipment options, basic and advanced external ballistics, making effective ballistic charts, rangefinders and distance determination, long range marksmanship, shooter / spotter team dynamics and communication, choosing a FFP, making the shot, spotting the shot, and much more.

This course goes far beyond what is covered in the U.S. Army FM23-10. So, if you can't make it to Quantico or the AMTU to learn these long range shooting skills, this video tutorial series will have you covered. We will get you set up to make amazingly accurate first round shots at 1 mile and beyond. Do you want to be able to zap that white tail buck at 1,275 yards and be confident it will be a nice clean kill? Watch this series!

All law abiding men and women in the free world who treasure their rifles MUST have these long range shooting skills for the continuation of our shooting culture and for the future preservation of our wonderful nation! Peace is beautiful, insure it by sharing these marksmanship skills with your friends and families to exponentially increase our nations already robust defense stature against. Stay clean, obey the law, and keep smiling.

I think everyone needs a hobby and I'd like to suggest one that may just possibly become a popular patriotic one - learning to shoot at long range targets. Have you ever wished you could hit a small target that is 3000 feet away? Yes, 1000 yards seems like a long distance but it does not require that you spend $5000 on your equipment. 1,000 yard BUDGET RIFLE! .243 at 1,021 yards - REX Reviews

Do you want a real budget rifle? How about a target that's 944 yards away. Nail it with a M91 Mosin Nagant - using 7N1 Sniper Ammo and no scope! That's right just IRON SIGHTS!

Look at the course that Rex has designed for everyone. Here are some of his video titles on Long Range Shooting.

SNIPER 101 Part 1

SNIPER 101 Part 2
Cartridge Dynamics

SNIPER 101 Part 3
Cartridge Selection

SNIPER 101 Part 4
Bullet Dynamics

SNIPER 101 Part 5
Bullet Selection

SNIPER 101 Part 6
Equipment OVERVIEW

SNIPER 101 Part 7
Rifle Vibrations & Harmonics EXPLAINED

SNIPER 101 Part 8
Semi Automatic Sniper Systems

SNIPER 101 Part 9
Bolt Action Design and Barrel Selection

SNIPER 101 Part 10
Fluted Barrel Rigidity and Cooling Dynamics

SNIPER 101 Part 11
Trigger Options

SNIPER 101 Part 12
Rifle Selection (1/2)

SNIPER 101 Part 13
Rifle Selection (2/2)

SNIPER 101 Part 14
Scopes for Extreme Long Range Shooting

SNIPER 101 Part 15
Scope Turrets (1/2)

SNIPER 101 Part 16
Scope Turrets (2/2)

SNIPER 101 Part 17
TOP Sniper Scopes in History Overview

SNIPER 101 Part 18
Variable vs Fixed Magnification Scopes

SNIPER 101 Part 19
Scope Magnification Values

SNIPER 101 Part 20
Effective Reticles and Objective Lens Sizes

SNIPER 101 Part 21
Scope Quality by Brand

SNIPER 101 Part 22
Scopes - Rex's BEST Picks

SNIPER 101 Part 23
Sniper Field Kit and Peripheral Equipment

SNIPER 101 Part 24
Sniper Field Kit and Peripheral Equipment Part B

SNIPER 101 Part 25
Ballistics Overview

SNIPER 101 Part 26
BASIC External Ballistics

SNIPER 101 Part 27
Classic Application of Ballistics

SNIPER 101 Part 28
Temperature Corrections

SNIPER 101 Part 29
Humidity Corrections

SNIPER 101 Part 30
Barometric Pressure & Altitude Corrections

SNIPER 101 Part 31
Wind Corrections (1/2)

SNIPER 101 Part 32
Wind Corrections (2/2)

SNIPER 101 Part 33
Angle of Fire Corrections

SNIPER 101 Part 34
Advanced Internal Ballistics Introduction

SNIPER 101 Part 35
Sequence of Internal Ballistic Events

SNIPER 101 Part 36
Bore Axis Shifts Due to Internal Rifle Vibration Issues

SNIPER 101 Part 37
Chemical Bore Erosion EXPLAINED

SNIPER 101 Part 38
Thermal and Mechanical Bore Erosion

SNIPER 101 Part 39
Moly Coating and Bore Erosion

SNIPER 101 Part 40
Coppering and Powder Fouling

SNIPER 101 Part 41
Rifle Cleaning Objectives for ELR Precision Shooters - 4 MAIN POINTS

SNIPER 101 Part 42
Cleaning Equipment

SNIPER 101 Part 43
Barrel Break In Procedures Compared

SNIPER 101 Part 44
Cleaning Your Extreme Range Rifle

SNIPER 101 Part 45
Copper Removal Issues in Long Range Precision Rifles

SNIPER 101 Part 46
Factory Ammunition Discussion

SNIPER 101 Part 47
Reloading Equipment

SNIPER 101 Part 48
Case Resizing Tips

SNIPER 101 Part 49
Primer Pockets & Case Trimming

SNIPER 101 Part 50
Priming Your Cases

SNIPER 101 Part 51
Powder Measure and Scale Tutorial

SNIPER 101 Part 52
Bullet Seating and Crimping

SNIPER 101 Part 53
Load Development for Extreme Range Shooting

SNIPER 101 Part 54
Bipods and Monopods

SNIPER 101 Part 55
Muzzle Brake Pull Off Effect (repaired version)

SNIPER 101 Part 56
Muzzle Brakes for Long Range Rifles

SNIPER 101 Part 57
Scope Mount and Rings Installation & Discussion

SNIPER 101 Part 58
Ballistics Tables Muzzle Velocity Variation (1/2)

SNIPER 101 Part 59
Ballistics Tables Muzzle Velocity Variation (2/2)

SNIPER 101 Part 60
Suppressors, Brakes, and Transitional Ballistics

SNIPER 101 Part 61
Intro to Advanced External Ballistics & Tables

SNIPER 101 Part 62
Zero Your Rifle in 3 SHOTS

SNIPER 101 Part 63
Ballistic Tables - Excel TEMPLATES Intro

SNIPER 101 Part 64
JBM Ballistics Intro

SNIPER 101 Part 65
INTERPOLATION Don't skip this one!

SNIPER 101 Part 66
External Ballistics: Pressure & Gravity

SNIPER 101 Part 67
Bullet Stability

SNIPER 101 Part 68
Bullet Balance Issues EXPLAINED!

SNIPER 101 Part 69
Bullet RPM & Overstabilization

SNIPER 101 Part 70
Aerodynamic Stability

SNIPER 101 Part 71
Magnus Effect & Spin Drift

SNIPER 101 Part 72
Spin Drift Corrections MADE EASY!

SNIPER 101 Part 73
Coriolis Effects on Rifle Bullets

SNIPER 101 Part 74
Coriolis Drift (Questions Answered)

SNIPER 101 Part 75
The TRANSONIC ZONE & Maximum Effective Range

SNIPER 101 Part 76
G1 vs G7 Drag Functions & Ballistic Coefficients

SNIPER 101 Part 77
Calculating FIRING SOLUTIONS for Various Applications of Fire

SNIPER 101 Part 78
Ballistic CALCFORMS How to Use / Introduction

I hope everyone on this forum decides they want to become an expert shooter and learn how to hit a 5 gallon bucket at 1000 yards with their first shot. It a challenge that's worth your time. That I'll guarantee you.

17 posted on 05/04/2014 1:32:45 AM PDT by B4Ranch (Name your illness, do a Google & YouTube search with "hydrogen peroxide". Do it and be surprised.)
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