Originally Posted by GunnyGene
It's all about definitions. Not that long ago a Kentucky long rifle was considered a "military" weapon. And even more recently, the Springfield and the M-1.
The anti's just don't like bullet launchers, period. Especially ones that look scary. They have no clue about marksmanship and weapons capability. They get their info from video games.
A real scary weapon is a Marine Expert/Distinguished marksman with a scoped bolt action hunting rifle; .270, 7.62, 30-06, .308, etc. w/ custom loads. That makes me pucker up, not the knucklehead with a cheap spray and pray.
What he said-one shot one kill- though I am an HE kind of guy