The proud history of gun control

The historic background.

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8 Responses to The proud history of gun control

  1. Lyle says:

    Excellent all the way around. It lays the truth out, bare, and that will scare the shit out of the left. I might suggest having the model wear the full hood, face covered, for effect.

    • Oleg Volk says:

      This photo isn’t showing a model. This is a 1950s photo of a real Klansman!

      • J.R. Cox says:

        I found this info about the image via Wikimedia.
        ” In this photo shot October 1987 in Jackson County, Ohio. Farmer William Donta holds an M1 Carbine, he had a KKK ralley, and a cross burning on his private property in Jackson County, Ohio.(Photo/Paul M. Walsh)”

        He definately gives off the vibe of being a relic of the 1950s though.

  2. T.Stahl says:

    It must’ve been 15-20 years ago. I was listening to AFN and maybe it was black history month. They told a story about a town in the South where the black part of the population had a problem with the KKK. Unlike other places, the blacks had a leader with a different attitude. His solution to the problem with the KKK was:
    – found a shooting club
    – join the NRA
    – buy rifles through the CMP
    – get subsidized training ammo from the NRA

    The next time the KKK showed up they got what they deserved.

  3. Paul Koning says:

    One of the chapter’s in Tonso’s book “The gun culture and its enemies” also tells a similar story, as reported by a civil rights activist (and liberal) who discovered that being armed was critical for survival in that role, in the 1960s in the south.

  4. Jerry says:

    Hi Oleg, This was just too good not to use. I’ve posted a link to this particular article over at The Truth About Guns in response to this thread.

    Hope it brings you many good readers.


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