.22 vs .223? Yeah sure, we can go with that! Here we have my: 1) Ruger 10/22 (.22lr)
2) Custom built AR-15 (.223/5.56)
3) Core15 AR-15 (.223/5.56)
4) Marlin 101 (.22lr)
I think I need more ARs and .22s... fun fact: I've wanted to take this pic for a few days, but needed the scope for the Marlin to come in. It did, and the scope mount didn't work (my fault, I needed dovetail and didn't pay attention), so I had to wait for that to ship. Can't wait to get back to the range! Happy #Sundaygunday
I hate the term "assault weapon" because it implies that the object doing so has the ability to do so by itself. This is an small portion of SB5050 in Washington state to legally change the definition of an "assault weapon" and its is total bullcrap. This bill does not require that I give up any of my current firearms but that isn't the point. Making it harder for the People to exercise the rights granted to us by the Constitution is unpatriotic, un-American and unbelievably stupid. Also with the magazine capacity restriction these idiots throw around words like "high capacity" if you have ever bought an AR15 they come standard with a 30 round magazine. That makes 30 rounds standard, anything less is low capacity and anything more is high capacity(for that specific firearm) not that I am in favour of any sort of magazine restriction. While we're at it if you support a bump stock ban you're no better than the gun control advocates. I do not care for bump stocks but it is not my right or the right of the government to tell the People in which ways they should exercise their rights.