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America's New Flashlight - Now More Brutal than Ever
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thats pretty cool i'd want one but i want an infinity 1911 pistol more
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The next time that you wake up, Magpul Industries already ruled America by that time.
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memphit wrote:


Decade wrote:


ailina wrote:

lol im american, this thing was really sad and funny as hel* at the same time....
btw that would pretty much be illegal anyway. a machhine gun that folds into a flashlight?? do you really think the goverments gonna let people walk around witht that??


I don't think it qualifies with normal citizens. But, for Security Guards, it's a good thing. Police too.
Also, that can be assigned for the safety of malls and shops and such.
Like every weapon holder, you need a license to buy one. I don't think they'll just sell it.
Unless if it's from the Black Market though ^^


Not every weapon holder, if you are 18 you could probably walk into a store and buy a rifle or a shotgun with nothing more than an ID.


you still apply for a license, in which theu ask you to do perform various basic acts with the gun(safely reloading ect.), and run you through a background check.
Posted 4/5/08
uh.... i think thats crazy thogh...like having a flashlight that like moonlights as a gun...lol oh America...i am so ashamed to live here sometimes..lol but not all the time
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yost wrote:


memphit wrote:


Decade wrote:


ailina wrote:

lol im american, this thing was really sad and funny as hel* at the same time....
btw that would pretty much be illegal anyway. a machhine gun that folds into a flashlight?? do you really think the goverments gonna let people walk around witht that??


I don't think it qualifies with normal citizens. But, for Security Guards, it's a good thing. Police too.
Also, that can be assigned for the safety of malls and shops and such.
Like every weapon holder, you need a license to buy one. I don't think they'll just sell it.
Unless if it's from the Black Market though ^^


Not every weapon holder, if you are 18 you could probably walk into a store and buy a rifle or a shotgun with nothing more than an ID.


you still apply for a license, in which theu ask you to do perform various basic acts with the gun(safely reloading ect.), and run you through a background check.


You don't need a license in Michigan. The various basic acts are more for personal safety, and when you purchase the gun you fill out like 2 forms for FFL in front of the dealer, then unless something comes up, if you clear the background check ( pretty much on the spot in most cases) you walk out of the store with the firearm.
Posted 4/5/08
wow..thats crazy.. XD
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Why is America more brutal than ever with this? That thing is fucking awesome.
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here is some info about the best state in the world Kentucky






*Firearms Ownership: unrestricted, no permit or license required

*Assault weapon ownership: unrestricted, no permit or license required

*Machine Gun Ownership: no state restrictions, compliance with federal law only

*Firearm law uniformity: preemption law, firearm laws uniform throughout state

*Right of Self-Defense: castle doctrine, right protected by statute

*Open carry: unrestricted in most public areas and generally accepted

*Concealed carry: licenses granted to residents on a "shall issue" basis; automatic
reciprocity for nonresidents with licenses from other states

*Vehicle carry and transportation: firearms (rifles, shotguns and handguns) may
be carried loaded and in plain view; loaded handguns may be carried in
the glove compartment (center console box carry is not allowed)




Kentucky requires a license to carry a firearm concealed on or about one's
person. The State Police issue such permits through the local sheriff of the
applicant's home county for a five year term. Kentucky does not grant permits to
nonresidents but will recognize any permit issued by another state. Kentucky
licenses allow the concealed carry of any deadly weapon by the permit.

A traveler without a permit may carry loaded firearms in a vehicle if the
weapons are in plain view. Kentucky allows anyone to carry a loaded handgun in a
visible belt holster or on the dashboard or passenger seat of one's car. Glove
compartment carry is also considered legitimate as long the compartment is of the
factory-installed variety on the passenger's side. Console boxes and seat pockets
are not legitimate areas for unlicensed carry. Carrying a handgun in one of these
areas is the same as placing the weapon under the seat. Both modes of carry are
limited to persons possessing carry licenses. Rifles and shotguns may be carried
loaded and in plain view. The weapons may be secured in gun racks, gun slings, or
commercial gun cases located anywhere in the vehicle except concealed about the person.

Travelers may carry loaded firearms in plain view while on foot in virtually any
public area of the state. Such carry is best limited to visible belt holsters secured on
one's hip. Kentucky's strong preemption law prevents this activity, as well as most
others involving firearms, from being locally regulated. Recently, employers were
further prohibited from preventing employees from carrying firearms in their vehicles
while the vehicles are parked on company property.
Posted 4/5/08
^ omg thats crazy...for reals...lol i dont want to live in Kentucky...they might kill me cuz im not pretty enough or something...
Posted 4/5/08
wow! i know wot to take on a plane night time!
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Posted 4/5/08

memphit wrote:


yost wrote:


memphit wrote:


Decade wrote:


ailina wrote:

lol im american, this thing was really sad and funny as hel* at the same time....
btw that would pretty much be illegal anyway. a machhine gun that folds into a flashlight?? do you really think the goverments gonna let people walk around witht that??


I don't think it qualifies with normal citizens. But, for Security Guards, it's a good thing. Police too.
Also, that can be assigned for the safety of malls and shops and such.
Like every weapon holder, you need a license to buy one. I don't think they'll just sell it.
Unless if it's from the Black Market though ^^


Not every weapon holder, if you are 18 you could probably walk into a store and buy a rifle or a shotgun with nothing more than an ID.


you still apply for a license, in which theu ask you to do perform various basic acts with the gun(safely reloading ect.), and run you through a background check.


You don't need a license in Michigan. The various basic acts are more for personal safety, and when you purchase the gun you fill out like 2 forms for FFL in front of the dealer, then unless something comes up, if you clear the background check ( pretty much on the spot in most cases) you walk out of the store with the firearm.


well that is another reason for us in ohio to dislike michiganians.... but all that aside the background check is done and with technology these days it can be done rather quickly

Posted 4/5/08
oh wow. you can see yourself killing others :L and it can fit in your back pocket. and the police will never know....-.-

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"if it gets nasty get to business" haha thats one badass flashlight
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wrote:


memphit wrote:


yost wrote:


memphit wrote:


Decade wrote:


ailina wrote:

lol im american, this thing was really sad and funny as hel* at the same time....
btw that would pretty much be illegal anyway. a machhine gun that folds into a flashlight?? do you really think the goverments gonna let people walk around witht that??


I don't think it qualifies with normal citizens. But, for Security Guards, it's a good thing. Police too.
Also, that can be assigned for the safety of malls and shops and such.
Like every weapon holder, you need a license to buy one. I don't think they'll just sell it.
Unless if it's from the Black Market though ^^


Not every weapon holder, if you are 18 you could probably walk into a store and buy a rifle or a shotgun with nothing more than an ID.


you still apply for a license, in which theu ask you to do perform various basic acts with the gun(safely reloading ect.), and run you through a background check.


You don't need a license in Michigan. The various basic acts are more for personal safety, and when you purchase the gun you fill out like 2 forms for FFL in front of the dealer, then unless something comes up, if you clear the background check ( pretty much on the spot in most cases) you walk out of the store with the firearm.


well that is another reason for us in ohio to dislike michiganians.... but all that aside the background check is done and with technology these days it can be done rather quickly


Or because MSU has a boss ass basketball team? PS. we like to be referred to as Michiganders.

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