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Posted: 9/19/2001 11:56:22 AM EST
http://www.nationalreview.com/01oct01/seckora100101.shtml
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Link Posted: 9/19/2001 12:27:27 PM EST
Nice Quote how about a link... [url]http://www.nationalreview.com/01oct01/seckora100101.shtml[/url] BISHOP
Link Posted: 9/19/2001 6:10:15 PM EST
Interesting how these pillars of academic integrity will lie and manipulate data to support their false theses. Maggots.
Link Posted: 9/19/2001 11:45:30 PM EST
Originally Posted By BISHOP: Nice Quote how about a link... [url]http://www.nationalreview.com/01oct01/seckora100101.shtml[/url] BISHOP
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How's about a quoted link.
[url]http://www.nationalreview.com/01oct01/seckora100101.shtml[/url]
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Link Posted: 9/20/2001 12:20:28 AM EST
This guy must have come from the Arthur "43 times more likely" Kellerman school of falsified research, where anti-gun researchers are 43 times more likely not to have verifiable data.
Link Posted: 9/20/2001 3:10:07 AM EST
You'd either be (1) pretty stupid to base your whole argument on probate records from the distant past, or (2) promoting a political agenda that has nothing to do with history. If, and I only say [b]if[/b], there are few if any weapons mentioned in probate records from [u]any[/u] period of time in America, it results more from a common custom we have, than from any lack of arms in the hands of ordinary citizens. The common custom? Well, my grandfather was a doughboy in World War I, and an avid hunter and outdoorsman his entire life. When he died in 1962, at the age of 68, he had no weapons of any sort in his estate! Why? He had simply given all of his weapons away to his children and grandchildren during his lifetime! I would imagine that's the same all over our Country, when a man who's hunted all his life and enjoyed the great outdoors suddenly ceases to be as active, whether through age or illness, he desires to see his children and grandchildren carry on with the pleasures which he has so enjoyed. And he wants to see the look in a grandchild's eyes when he gives that child his first rifle or shotgun! The way it was with my grandfather (any my father) and the way it will be with me! So if you want to know what weapons I owned and used in my lifetime, don't be poking around my probate records! Ask my children and grandchildren! Eric The('Course,You'dBetterBeSmilingWhenYouAsk'Em­!)Hun[>]:)]
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