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Old Today, 10:07 AM
 
Location: Colorado Springs
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And politicizing a tragedy is okay?

In tragedy, there is profit. Same for politicians trying to get votes.

I donít hide it.
Your politicizing it right now gleefully celebrating gun sales.
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Old Today, 10:07 AM
 
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Just picked up a new CZ 2 days ago.......loving it.


I have a nice CZ bren I really like- .223 in compact almost sub gun format. Really fun.


I have the CZ Scorpion, BMT 9mm, and H&K MP-5 which are pretty fun as well. Put an Eotech and laser sight on them and they are really fun.


Libs don't understand that gun sales are up, as people want to protect themselves. Liberals need an unarmed, defenseless population, as they are easier to control.
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Old Today, 10:08 AM
 
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Agreed with moneill. It is pretty sick you are "enjoying" additional profits from gun sales caused by a couple of mass shootings. Maybe we should have several mass shootings every day, I'm sure you'd be filthy rich then.
It makes sense that after a shooting some people feel like purchasing a gun for protection. We can argue whether or not that gun will provide protection.
Then others will buy a gun because of hearing about plans to restrict access to buying guns in the future. It becomes a "better act now before supplies run out" sales frenzy.

This happens after every shooting. The gun manufacturers are probably quite happy financially with all the rhetoric after the shootings.
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Old Today, 10:10 AM
 
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Just picked up a new CZ 2 days ago.......loving it.

Picked up an Extar EP9, a couple of stripped AR lowers, and a bunch of high capacity magazines for various firearms. Prices low at the moment...it will change though.
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Old Today, 10:11 AM
 
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And politicizing a tragedy is okay?

In tragedy, there is profit. Same for politicians trying to get votes.

I donít hide it.
Its very good that you dont hide that youre a detriment to the good of the country.
Good thing youre a dying breed.
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Old Today, 10:14 AM
 
Location: East Lansing, MI
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Gun sales surging...


Of course they are. It happens EVERY TIME folks get scared that "they're coming to take away your gunz!!!!".


Not much of a prediction, there, Nostradamus.
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Old Today, 10:15 AM
 
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Gun sales surging.

Liberals will never learn.

Thank you for the profits I will be enjoying.



What a thoroughly disgusting and deplorable sentiment.
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Old Today, 10:16 AM
 
Location: Eastern NC
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Gun sales surging.

Liberals will never learn.

Thank you for the profits I will be enjoying.
You better get them because Trump and Republicans are coming to get them.
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Old Today, 10:17 AM
 
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[quote=T-310;55881650]Gun sales surging.

Liberals will never learn.

Thank you for the profits I will be enjoying.[/QUOTE

What guns are selling most?
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Old Today, 10:18 AM
 
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Spoken as a true lib.


We would be far better off banning cars and swimming pools if you wanted to reduce deaths in America. Automobiles are a far more deadly weapon than firearms, yet libs don't seem to care about traffic deaths, as it is not a political hot button issue.


Dream on. We have a Constitution to protect us from fascists (liberals), so despite the heartfelt desires of every lib to limit the rights of everyone in the nation, they cannot do so. This is why libs hate the Constitution, as it is an impediment to their totalitarian goals.


T-310 is a gun dealer, so he makes a profit by gun sales. Why do you think this is so terrible? Do you hate auto dealers? Knife dealers? How about the people who make milkshakes that liberals throw on people?


Liberals and liberal politicians encourage violence against conservatives as a matter of course. So when violence occurs, why are you surprised? Perhaps libs should clean up their own act and stop fomenting violence and committing assault against everyone they disagree with. That would be a great start.


Remember, it was dems who were burning down buildings in the 60s and setting off bombs. It was dems who used dogs and water cannon against civil rights marchers. It was dems who imprisoned Japanese Americans in WW2. It was dems who used lynching as a means of "justice". It was dems who had many politicians in the the KKK. Dems now have ANTIFA and BLM as "shock troops" to commit acts of political violence.
A rant based on feelings and narratives in your head.

I don't think it is terrible that he makes a profit by gun sales. That's 'not what I said. Reading comprehension is a skill sorely lacking on these message boards.

And you may not have read or understood if you had read my other posts. I'm not a big advocate of gun control legislation. I'm no expert on guns and usually will not espouse any control measures because i don't know enough about them. I am for dialogue because I think we can both learn lots from those that are concerned about losing their right to own a gun and those that are concerned about the crazies having guns...but there is nothing in there that says I want to take guns away.

Creating a post to celebrate increased sales as a result of so many dead people is disturbing..even if quietly the OP is thinking that. The fact that this happens shows you how the divisiveness in this country has warped our thinking.

I can see him posting that the fear of mass shootings and the fear of losing access to some guns always seems to increase business is a statement acknowledging increased sales without seeming to celebrate the tragedy.
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