Todays pop quiz is for you to name this gun:
Yeah, yeah.....Been there, done that (and so has anyone else that has ever served in the ground side of the military).oh but I have. Have YOU, however, tried to conceal one, or sound suppress one, or use it one handed, or tried to quietly forage with it, or quietly remove a guard dog or a sentry with it? Have you ever humped it and several hundred rounds, in mags, along with 35-40 lbs of other survival gear, 20 miles a day, for say, a week or more, in rough terrain?
A few things you need to understand about this expert:Unregistered said:in most states, if you jump thru the hoops. In fact, you can even have them in states where they are technically forbidden, if you are a cop, or if you are a Class 3 dealer. Concealment of a rifle is a real good idea, to prevent upsetting the neighbors, to prevent alerting theives that you have such items, to keep cops off of your ass when riding a bike, motorcycle, ATV, in a boat, etc. If you are ever confronted with a riot or a big storm, quake, etc, you can EASILY (AND LEGALLY) need to hump a fighting rifle and ammo for many miles. I've had to silence quite a few dogs, in my day, too. Sometimes it's not his NOISE that's the issue, it's his dangerous attacks. Just because a neighbor LOVES a pos dog doesn't mean that shooting him isnt the right thing to do. Of course, a "meatball" full of busted glass suffices ok, too.
The discussion was about RIFLES. what other RIFLES does the military issue, hmm? a FEW hundred 308's, world wide, maybe. YOU didn't get issued any such, that's a 100 to 1 good bet.