A message to the U.S. government (sic). You can’t stop people arming themselves, any attempt is futile.


If I were living in the U.S.A., I would purchase this:

http://www.ima-usa.com/british-sterling-smg-mk-iv-parts-set-w-barrel-magazine.html

And one of these:

http://www.deactivated-guns.co.uk/deactivated-guns/modern-deactivated-guns/deactivated-sterling-mk4-smg-l2a3/prod_1405.html

Perfect for close quarters home defense. 😉

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7 thoughts on “A message to the U.S. government (sic). You can’t stop people arming themselves, any attempt is futile.

  1. Anonymous

    Your right again Hadley my mistake I got mixed up, it is a 9mm from experience still not my weapon of choice its ideal for cadet training,Cooks,Medics etc. Danny La Roo.

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  2. Anonymous

    No not at all the stirling and 303 are not in use now Ive fired thousands of rounds from a stirling before we handed all our munitions over to a certain country all though never fired a 303 not as old as an old bugger like you now off you pop go play in a mine field, Danny La Roo.

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  3. Anonymous

    Gri££in Watch, Re: .303 kicking like a mule – agreed – the sharp-edged Lee-Enfield brass buttplate isn’t kind and no joke to the shoulder – as for the myth that a .303 bullet being incapable of piercing a wet blanket – well, it’s exactly that – a myth – I for one wouldn’t substitute a heavyweight bullet-proof vest with a wet blanket to try stopping a .303 bullet fired from a mile off – if you don’t trust me with nothing else, you trust little ol’ Fly on this score.Fly On The wall – Professor of Triggernometry (8

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