Images of the Antis: GREAT JOB!

The stupid is impressive!


First up, the Aurora shooter had a clean background and could legally buy anything he wanted.

Still of those things he did NOT buy:

an AK-15 Rifle….because there is no such rifle. Also all firearm purchases were made through a gun shop with a background check. See also the handguns and shotgun.

Tear Gas Canisters: Nope, they were just smoke markers.

Bullet Proof Vest: Nope it was just a “Tactical” vest with no ballistic protection.

Try harder next time guys! You almost got it all wrong!

There are three kinds of people in the gun debate. The people born pro-gun, the people born anti-gun, and the people who study the facts and are pro gun.

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17 Responses to Images of the Antis: GREAT JOB!

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  2. Pyrotek85 says:

    Is body armor even illegal to buy and posses anywhere? As far as I’ve heard it was only illegal to use it in commission of a crime, basically just an additional charge to throw at you if you did something naughty.

    • HSR47 says:

      I certainly didn’t have any trouble getting plates a few months ago, and I don’t imagine that soft armor would be any more difficult to obtain.

      • Weerd Beard says:

        There is no federal law against plates or armor vests. Some states outright ban them, others simply charge criminals who add them to their kit, and most states simply don’t care one way or the other.

        • Skeptical_Realist says:

          While not illegal at the federal level, they are regulated under ITAR. In order to purchase a real ballistic vest, one has to provide photo ID that proves US citizenship. Some places will only sell to military and police, and require proof.

          • HSR47 says:

            I bought my plates online, and I don’t recall giving them anything other than my name, address, and card info.

            I have made purchases at the company’s brick and mortar store in the past though, so perhaps they have that information on file.

        • ParatrooperJJ says:

          There is a federal law that bans body armor possession by a felon.

  3. Brad says:

    Maybe those “Moms” instead of demanding “Action” should demand some brains!

  4. Miguel says:

    They fixed the poster, now it says AR 15

    • Weerd Beard says:

      Hence why I saved my own copy on my blog here! I almost direct linked it where they could change it.

      Hilarious it took them that long…given that this is ALL that they do!

  5. Sigivald says:

    6,300 rounds of ammo.

    Which he didn’t shoot hardly any of, or carry around.

    Because that’s really heavy.

    But more importantly, “one click to buy an arsenal” is simply a damned lie.

    No online store (or brick and mortar one!) will sell you a gun without an FFL being involved.

    Period. It’s a Federal felony.

    I’d think the “Moms” would know that. I’d be tempted to offer even odds on “liars” vs. “completely ignorant”, but by now people have to have told them…

    • Weerd Beard says:

      Not only that, but he bought all his guns through an FFL and had a clean background…so even the laws they propose wouldn’t have done anything.

      Which is why we can never give them an inch, because they are ALWAYS looking for MILES, and they don’t care if it works or not!

      • Archer says:

        They must get nothing. Period. Full stop.

        It will NEVER be enough. Anything they get will always be “a first step”. Hell, even the unenforceably draconian “NY SAFE Act” was touted as “a modest first step”. (emphasis added)

        “MODEST!?” THAT’S what they call “MODEST”!?!?

        They must not get their inch, because given the choice, they’ll take that inch right out of our proverbial jugular.

    • HSR47 says:

      “6,300 rounds of ammo.

      Which he didn’t shoot hardly any of, or carry around.

      Because that’s really heavy.”


      A good metric for calculating the weight of 5.56x45mm ammo is that 100 rounds weighs roughly 3 pounds. Using that figure, we see that 6,300 rounds would weigh roughly 190 pounds not including magazines or packaging. Once you factor in the necessary packaging to hold that many rounds, and some magazines, you’re easily over 200 pounds.

      Given that he was also carrying a shotgun and multiple pistols, I doubt that he was carrying even 500 rounds of 5.56.

  6. Eugenie Martell says:

    Timely article – I was fascinated by the specifics . Does someone know if my business could obtain a sample 2012 ATF E-Form 3310.4 example to use ?

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