The Long Arm Of Ron Latz

Joe Doakes from Como Park emails:

This pop-gun has a thumb hole stock.

That makes it an assault weapon, under the bill proposed by Democrats. Can’t be too careful.

You might think Joe’s being facetious.

If you do, you:

  1. don’t remember the 1994-2004 Assault Weapons ban
  2. Haven’t had kids in school in recent years.

13 thoughts on “The Long Arm Of Ron Latz

  1. And everyone thought the gun argument couldn’t get stupider. I thought we hit rock bottom, and then JD tosses us a shovel.

  2. OMG! That weapon has high speed corks, AND AN AMERICAN FLAG VIOLENCE SILENCER!!!!! It’s racist!!!

    AND…Emery is a high speed, mumbling twaat!

    So much chilling information on SITD this morning. I need a soothing soy chai latte to sooth my nerves.

  3. Existing statute 624.712, Subd. 7. Military-style assault weapon. “Military-style assault weapon” means . . . .

    Bill introduced by Democrats as HF 3022:

    Minnesota Statutes 2016, section 624.712, subdivision 7, is amended to read:

    (1) a rifle that has . . . one or more of the following:

    (i) a pistol grip or thumbhole stock;

    That’s all it takes, one extra hole in the stock, and suddenly we’re talking about the most fearsome weapons ever devised. I bought my grandkids their own military-style assault pop-guns last weekend, just in case the bill passes and we can’t buy them in the future. Can’t be too careful.

    [Those of you whose Google-fu is strong will see the creative license used to make the facetious claim. What I really want is for somebody to explain why one extra hole transforms an ordinary and acceptable firearm into an evil weapon of terror.]

  4. A friend who is interested in guns sent me this link. This is Brazil, a third world shithole, mind you. What do you think criminals in a wealthy top tier country like the US might do if law abiding citizens are unable to purchase or possess weapons?
    Yes, these are all genuine, fully automatic weapons commonly taken from criminals:

    (Look moderation bot, Latin!) Qui est quaerere inveniet

  5. I’ve always been happy that my children never set foot in a public school, other than for a caucus or two. I also appreciate that one year at their private school we devoted a week for students 13 and up to get their DNR firearms training and certification.

  6. NW, when addressing reprobate run public schools, the environment is so target rich, one scarcely knows where to begin.

    Uproar after New Jersey high school allegedly suspends students over gun-range photo

    Attend these facts: the kids were at a gun range, with their parents. The photo was not posted to a school linked account. According to the reprobates in charge of the school, they have the right to regulate what their students do anywhere, anytime.

    This is a cold civil war, friends. It’s a battle of words; truth and lies being fought in our schools, on our streets, on social media, in newspapers and television.

    I’m fully expecting to see Chuck Schumer pound the lectern on the Senate floor, promising to bury America.

    Praemature humanitatis hominis resistit humilibus barbara turba

  7. when addressing the outrages perpetrated against our kids in reprobate run public schools, the environment is so target rich, one scarcely knows where to begin.


  8. That pop tart suspension was upheld… sheesh. Apparently there are people who think Idiocracy was a how-to, not a satire.

  9. If the reprobates win, jdm, chewing a pop-tart into a gun will get a kid, and his parents sent to Room 101.

  10. Maybe some of those parents should follow these party apparatchiks around and video their activities. After all, Comrade, if you can monitor the actions of my children when they are on their own time, I should be able to monitor yours, right snowflake?

  11. If I, say, owned a replica Hawken black powder rifle, I’d want to put a new stock with a thumb-hole on it just for fun. :^)

    Really, the gun grabbers need to come to grips with the fact that there are tens of thousands of machine shops that can make serviceable parts for firearms, many of which are not readily identifiable as such.

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