" my bill that I've introduced dealing with the caliber weapon, I've held an AR-15 in my hand, I wish I had it. It is as heavy as 10 boxes that you might be moving and the bullet that is utilized, a .50-caliber, these kinds of bullets need to be licensed and do not need to be on the street," she said recently on Capitol Hill. (My bolding)
Shelia: An AR, with a loaded magazine, only weighs about 8 lb. and its round is .226 cal., not .50. Your superbly, brilliantly ignorant remark tells me you've never either held or fired an AR. Indeed, the only weapons of over .50 cal. you can buy today are either shotguns or replicas of various flintlock and percussion weapons of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
I would like to see one of them thar caliber weapons no one ever asked a store clerk, ever.
This stupid, ignorant, vapid female creature used to be a judge too.
Does that 50 caliber AR-15 come with a high magazine clip?