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Well, you get the best of both worlds with a removable box magazine - you can often reload the mag with stripper clips through the receiver or insert a fresh mag, if you have one loaded. Most trained soldiers in WW1 could reload their SMLE rifles as fast with clips as by changing the 10rd mags. If you could engineer a reliable 40rd en-block clip I think you'd make some good sales.
Because of the lighter recoil.A more fair comparison would be rate of fire from an M14 and a Garand, no?
I really hate the way the debate has been framed with this term 'Hi Capacity Magazines' arbitrarily set at the number 10. The term implies that anything over ten is some evil after-market addition and not the norm. I regularly shoot an FN GP35, which was designed in 1935 to hold a 13 round magazine. It seems to me a more correct phrasing would be a ban on standard capacity magazines.
^ What is your position on barrel shrouds?
Just the hi-capacity assault beds. Sporting futons should be except.
On a lighter note: http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/cjis/ucr/crime-in-the-u.s/2010/crime-in-the-u.s.-2010/tables/10shrtbl08.xls http://www.nationmaster.com/graph/mor_fal_inv_bed-mortality-fall-involving-bed
Wow Iwasmatt sounds like Barbara Boxer in this thread. Weird.
PMag bling is the new gold, apparently:
I lean closer to GT now we are talking about negligence with a firearm. In my state it is a crime to allow an unsupervised minor access to a firearm - I agree with this and think it should be a felony in such cases of gross negligence as this example.
Brownells sells 3.5 years’ worth of magazines in 72 hours http://www.guns.com/2012/12/20/brownells-sells-3-5-years-worth-of-magazines-in-36-hours/
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