2 comments on “AR-15 NEVER Intended for CIVILIAN Use!

  1. Different world back then. No self-respecting hunter/shooter, would consider and cosmetic/stock, other than walnut. Today, walnut is extremely expensive, especially figured walnut stocks. That, is the only difference between what is considered a “friendly” firearm, and the “evil black gun”. Everything remains the same. Action, Barrel, all the same. Outlaw plastics, such as milk jugs, automobile parts, chromed plastic, because “plastic” is “evil”. You get a “B” for effort, but a “C-” for knowledge of content about firearms. The intent was, initially, that in Vietnam, constant humidity and rain, would be absorbed by conventional hardwood riflestocks, that would warp, twist, and render accuracy, nil. Plastic solved the problem. Period. Case closed. End of story. I own two plastic (not AR15) firearms because I hunt in rain and snow conditions, in the field, and on the ocean. Plastic is easier for me to maintain. Both firearms are not Blued. They are matte black coated to prevent rust. Both firearms, incidentally, are, black in color. It’s what is in the mind of the shooter, whether good or evil is intended. I hunt. Other persons may desire something, demented. My kids were taught gun safety at an early age, my son was eight year old when I bought him a rifle that he used strictly under my immediate and physical supervision. Never had any issues with my son, while he was growing up. None. Not a single one. Later, he wanted to “follow footsteps”, and became a Marine. He was in Iraq and Afghanistan. He still has that rifle. As I do, so does my son, he keeps it clean, unloaded, a trigger key lock, and locked in a gun safe, because he is concerned about safety.

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