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  • Why Should You Own A Gun? [Lib whiner]

    10/11/2010 6:25:01 PM PDT · by smokingfrog · 136 replies
    deathandtaxesmag ^ | 11 Oct 2010 | Colleen Shuffledbean
    The Machine Gun Shoot Competition happened at the Knob Creek Gun Range in Kentucky this weekend in which hundreds of machine gun dealers, owners and enthusiasts showed up to fire four rounds at random appliances and vehicles. The Knob Creek Gun Range websites describes this event with similar giddiness and rhetoric of a 13-year-old at a “Return of the King” premiere, stating: “..The charges are set off by the impact of the bullets. Creating large and small mushroom clouds and fire balls from hell!” It’s true. Astute men, women and judging from the FAQ sheet on their website inquiring what...
  • Trigger happy (Knob Creek hit piece)

    06/11/2004 7:36:54 PM PDT · by Dan from Michigan · 19 replies · 193+ views
    Scotsman ^ | 6-3-04 | ALEX MASSIE
    Trigger happy ALEX MASSIE THE Israelis don’t bother with the safety catch. They use duct tape to keep it turned off. But it’s a good idea for you to use it." I nod in agreement as Bob Hurley carefully explains how to handle an Uzi 9mm automatic submachine gun without killing myself. Or him, for that matter. I don’t know if you’ve ever fired an Uzi, but it’s the gun made famous by Arnold Schwarzenegger in The Terminator. The Terminator didn’t bother with the safety catch either, but there are moments for emulating Hollywood stars - smoking like Humphrey Bogart,...
  • Trigger Happy

    10/15/2003 1:02:20 AM PDT · by archy · 59 replies · 513+ views
    The Wall Street Journal ^ | Wednesday, October 15, 2003 | MARK YOST
    <p>WEST POINT, Ky.--A casualty list from the Knob Creek Gun Range, which hosted one of the country's largest machine-gun shoots this past weekend, would look something like this: Two dozen old appliances. A dozen junked cars. Tens of thousands of rounds of spent ammunition. Zero people.</p>