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caching a Papoose .22, and an sks, if they were canned, and I could see owning a BAR, if lots legal hunting of really big game was your bag(and you are so weak that you just can't STAND not-scoring with a ccw pistol). 308 for normal stuff, or 300 win Mag is you are stupid enough to live in open country. 308 just aint got enough REALISTIC more "reach" than 223 (on men) to be worth bothering-with. The extra 20% velocity of the 300 mag really DOES translate into 20% more effective range.

The 9 lb, gas op BAR, with the BOSS comp, has LESS felt-recoil and muzzle-jump than does a 7 lb bolt action 308. You will have to reload for the 300, in order to shoot it enough, and if you want much better than 1.5 MOA, you'll have to spend a lot of money (like nearly $500) smithing the BAR, and you have to live where it's easy to get 600+ yds to practice in, waste a lot of time and money on such pointless bs, get a REAL rangefinder, spotting scope, a motorcycle to go check the targets with, etc. :) All just so you can be stupid, be in the open in daylight, not have a can, not fire the GI rd, not have a .22 unit, not have a concealable rifle, and so on. Duh.
 

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Yawwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwn!!!
 

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caching a Papoose .22, and an sks, if they were canned, and I could see owning a BAR, if lots legal hunting of really big game was your bag(and you are so weak that you just can't STAND not-scoring with a ccw pistol). 308 for normal stuff, or 300 win Mag is you are stupid enough to live in open country. 308 just aint got enough REALISTIC more "reach" than 223 (on men) to be worth bothering-with. The extra 20% velocity of the 300 mag really DOES translate into 20% more effective range.

The 9 lb, gas op BAR, with the BOSS comp, has LESS felt-recoil and muzzle-jump than does a 7 lb bolt action 308. You will have to reload for the 300, in order to shoot it enough, and if you want much better than 1.5 MOA, you'll have to spend a lot of money (like nearly $500) smithing the BAR, and you have to live where it's easy to get 600+ yds to practice in, waste a lot of time and money on such pointless bs, get a REAL rangefinder, spotting scope, a motorcycle to go check the targets with, etc. :) All just so you can be stupid, be in the open in daylight, not have a can, not fire the GI rd, not have a .22 unit, not have a concealable rifle, and so on. Duh.
Where do you come up with these stupid requirements? A good spotting scope can see the targets out to 600 yards and beyond. I have a real range finder (several, in fact) and a spotting scope (several in fact). I've never needed nor used a motorcycle to check my targets. Never. A bolt action .308 can have the BOSS, if they even still make them, it can have a muzzle brake. It can even have a suppressor. An AR-10 can have a brake or a suppressor. None of which forces anyone to be in the open in daylight, unless they choose to be. The .308 IS a GI round. But I wouldn't be shooting ball ammo to begin with.

The .22 unit is your dumb requirement. I'd never cripple my fighting weapon with one if there was even the remote possibility of hostilities. If you had half a brain, you'd know why. (why not write down each step you have to go through to swap a BCG and a magazine. Now imagine doing this on the run or while a bunch of people are shooting at you. if you are honest with yourself, you'll see why this is a very bad idea.)

You are so scared of recoil that it makes you sick to know other people aren't - it shows with each bizarre requirement you invent for shooting a .308

it makes you look less than stellar.

My days of not taking you serious are certainly coming to a middle.
 

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The other firearms he listed were actually owned by his previous wife Patricia and were some of the items stolen from her off premises storage unit before he cut and ran on her.

Ain't love grand or maybe grand theft in this case.

I hope Wifey has a separate nest egg Melvinous Felonious can't get his sticky fingers on.
 

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The other firearms he listed were actually owned by his previous wife Patricia and were some of the items stolen from her off premises storage unit before he cut and ran on her.

Ain't love grand or maybe grand theft in this case.

I hope Wifey has a separate nest egg Melvinous Felonious can't get his sticky fingers on.
wow, that's pretty sad. Given some of the comments he's made about the current wife, I don't give them too much hope of making it...
 

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wow, that's pretty sad. Given some of the comments he's made about the current wife, I don't give them too much hope of making it...
Yeah he claimed he bailed on her because he alleghd she was either using or wanted to use him for some real estate loan scam.
Personally I think that's a crock of 💩 considering his past.
If I could remember how her maiden name was correctly spelled I'd try to see if she got busted for any sort of fraud but I doubt it.
I really think the problem was she was the major bread winner not him. Plus well being married to Shrek's twin sister probably didn't help.
It's becoming obvious that he's always tried to bullshit and use women then cut and run.
No telling what horse shit he fed the gal he was shacked up with when busted in Oklahoma.
No wonder why he had to go half way around the world to find someone to marry him.
 
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