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Poll: Can a better 1927A1 be made for same price? (38 member(s) have cast votes)

Can a better 1927A1 be made for same price?

  1. Kahr makes the best gun for the price. If the quality were increased they would not make any profit (without raising the cost). (2 votes [6.25%])

    Percentage of vote: 6.25%

  2. For the same price someone else could make a higher quality firearm and still make a profit. (30 votes [93.75%])

    Percentage of vote: 93.75%

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#41 Walter63a

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Posted 13 November 2003 - 09:35 PM

MP40, I believe that we are 'on the same page', as regards the 'Crime Bill'- 'Crime Law', whatever you happen to call it. I call it a, 'Crime Law ', because that is what it is, "a law", in effect. The 'officials' may call it a 'Crime Bill', but is it not,it is a law. If there were only more of us to vote the 'libs' out of office!!! ohmy.gif biggrin.gif laugh.gif cool.gif I do sincerely hope that the '1994 Crime Bill' sunsets!! biggrin.gif biggrin.gif smile.gif cool.gif Regards, Walter
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Posted 13 November 2003 - 09:47 PM

ABSOLUTELY!!! But.....very unlikely! due to the "pin-heads" over at handgun control..oops, "The Brady Campaign" or the nazional coalition to ban handguns, oops, i mean Violence prevention center whatever they call themselves this week. it still bodes ill for our Thompsons and all of our other guns as well!
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#43 Walter63a

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Posted 13 November 2003 - 09:52 PM

MP40, all I can say is that, truly, you are a brother or comrade, (not in a communist sense, but in a military sense-'comrades in arms'). biggrin.gif smile.gif cool.gif Thank-you, Walter
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Posted 13 November 2003 - 10:03 PM

Hey, no problem! it's nice to disscuss this topic with people that understand the fight that we have ahead of us.......verbally, not with force of arms! did they march into battle!

Mark

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#45 Walter63a

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Posted 13 November 2003 - 10:14 PM

Kudos MP40, into the fray we march!!! biggrin.gif ohmy.gif smile.gif cool.gif
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Posted 13 November 2003 - 11:59 PM

"Glory, Glory Hallelujah,
Glory, Glory Halleujah,
Glory, Glory Hallelujah,
His Truth Is Marching On"

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Posted 14 November 2003 - 01:32 AM

On Sunday, October 16, 1859, between the hours of 1O:OO and 11:00 P.M., John Brown, of Kansas notoriety, entered the town of Harpers Ferry, Virginia, with eighteen men, took hostage some of its prominent citizens, and captured the federal arsenal. His intention, as he later made clear, was to liberate the slaves in the surrounding territory and form them into an army which would then free the Negroes throughout the South. Without an efective and detailed plan of action, Brown's "army" was surrounded on the afternoon of October 17 by local militia. After a brief skirmish, it was captured on the morning of October I 8 by marines under the command of Colonel Robert E. Lee, of the United States Army. Though Brown and some of his followers fought courageously, the raid, for all practical purposes, was a fiasco resulting in the death or capture of the insurgents, but its long-range effect on both northern and southern emotions far exceeded the wildest dreams of those who planned it. Accounts of the raid and the subsequent trial and execution of John Brown attracted national attention, nd the event became a symbol to both sides in the Civil War.

John Browns body lies a molder'n in his grave "His Truth is Marching On"

Arthur, could you please explain your "fascinating"reference to John Brown?

Chris, this might be a good time to move this to the non-related posts....And sorry Norm, for "high-jacking" your post!

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#48 Walter63a

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Posted 14 November 2003 - 05:37 AM

Really Arthur, what is with this American Civil War fixation? Are you trying to confuse the issue? The issue is, I believe that there would be a market for a quality 'replica' Thompson (full-auto), if the 1986 Crime Law is repealed or declared unconstitutional!! biggrin.gif smile.gif rolleyes.gif cool.gif Regards, Walter

P.S. Large (important) things often have small beginnings!
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