- Feb 16, 2009
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You are the victim of mis-information, Clay.because you seek to to be a mean person, and be berate others for whatever reason, you fail....
Because you can earn a paycheck does not mean you know what your doing, or that what you do actually know, that your any good at it. This may not even be you... but that's why professional liability insurance exists.
This is just cover to show that you have excuse for your hateful comments? Is this supposed to prove something?
The real answer is.... Semi-automatic guns CAN and DO slam fire, in-fact the last assault training I did we covered it extensively along with other things like squibs and other safety factors that need to be "not overlooked" as an operator.
Additionally, I would like to advise the professional gunsmith to get an education of 6 years, so you can understand English vernacular to the point that... a commonly overlooked problem, is not misconstrued as... a common problem as you have done.
My statement was made out of people who own and shoot guns, and may allow others to do so with a weapon that is unfamiliar. IE. a child with an AR-15... (they slam-fire.... BTW) they load up the magazine, and hand it over... never thinking an bent firing pin may malfunction causing a full auto unload of the magazine, and the death and injury resulting from it. Because of holly-er-than-thou people like you , who don't consider that it CAN HAPPEN, on even a rare case. So, it is commonly not considered and overlooked...
If you will recall, there was a time not so long ago, that the ATFE would have had people believe that a person of destructive mentality would be capable of downing an airliner at cruise altitude with a model rocket.
AR's DON'T slam fire. An SKS can, IF you don't clean it. And much more common than slam-fires, are doubles. Those are the fault of the shooter, not the weapon.
Please don't buy into the anti's campaign of mis-information. The only people that helps are those deliberately spreading said mis-information.