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117545 No. 117545 ID: f5eda2
https://www.wsj.com/articles/multiple-people-shot-at-baptist-church-in-south-texas-1509910614

Fucking sad...At least a good guy managed to kill the fucker.
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>> No. 117547 ID: 9d76bd
>At least a good guy managed to kill the fucker.

Any idea what rifle he used? I hope it was an AR, though wouldn't be surprised if it was a .30-30 durr rifle.
>> No. 117548 ID: 13c0fc
And they say the Air Force can't shoot.
>> No. 117549 ID: 85023b
I keep thinking about this. As bad as the Vegas shooting was, we're a big city. The shooting was the equivalent of a few average months of homicides. life returned to normal in a couple weeks. 4% of this town's population was killed. Four fucking percent. A black cloud will hang over that place for a generation.
>> No. 117552 ID: df12a0
>>117547
AR

>>117548
He was dishonorably discharged, but, y'know, gun control "works" and all...
>> No. 117553 ID: 3e9aae
>>117552
He wasn't dishonorably discharged, just a bad conduct discharge.
>> No. 117555 ID: 3e627d
>>117553
For domestic violence. He should have never been able to pass a background check.
Also he had a string of other violent offenses after.
>> No. 117556 ID: 3e9aae
>>117555
Yeah the Air Force fucked up the paperwork and never added him to the federal databases.
https://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/06/us/texas-shooting-church.html
>> No. 117557 ID: ad6cdc
>>117556
>the government "accidentally" fixes it so their known lunatic ex-employees get access to guns with the inevitable result which allows the government to justify banning "african-american rifles"

maybe that justifies banning the government instead
>> No. 117558 ID: 3e843b
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117558
Supposed military veterans say ARs are bad because they are the same weapons used by the military......

When I served in Iraq, my unit and I would sometimes leave the base and head out onto the local highways. We each had a 20-round magazine in the well and a round in the chamber. After passing the front gate, our rules required us to switch off our safeties.

No matter the job (I was what infantry would call a base-sitting intelligence wimp) we kept our fingers on our triggers in the back of a half-ton Army truck. On base, the threat level is low and the tools of the trade, in my case, were a massive database of information and Microsoft Powerpoint. But outside the wire, in a combat zone, anything could and occasionally did, happen. Your M-16, M-4 rifle or M-9 handgun went from being weights around your shoulders to the only things that could keep you alive.

When I contrast that experience to the recent mass shootings involving rifles modeled after ones American soldiers use, it concerns me that we still allow civilians access to what are essentially weapons of war.

There is a reason people like me call semi-automatic rifles assault weapons. The Army trains soldiers to assault targets with them. When I learned small squad infantry tactics during a non-commissioned officer training course, we practiced ambushes and attacks with blanks in our M-16s. We did not assault objectives with bolt-action rifles or handguns; we assaulted them with our semi-automatic rifles and fired numerous rounds to defeat whoever stood in our way. Our weapons matched the tactics of combat.

http://www.newsweek.com/guns-texas-shooting-ar-15-assault-rifles-church-26-dead-devin-kelley-mass-703160

More in the link including the FUDD'y weapons are for hunting and saying assault rifles fire subsonic round (which sounds.....not correct, no expert like this guy though).

I have......concerns. I'm no soldier nor do I play one on tv but there seems to be some factual errors that even some rear echelon hobbit motherfucker would not fuck up.

As far as I know 20 round magazines have not been used in modern US military M16 derivatives since atleast Vietnam. Fingers off triggers is more or less a unbreakable rule especially in a bumpy vehicle packed with your buddies. The M35 Duece and a Half has been mostly phased out of US service save some Reservist and Guard units.

Anyone with military experience know whether this guy sounds legit or like a poser?
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117560
Funny how you could immediately tell that the shooter was white because Trump didn't immediately shit a brick on twitter.
>> No. 117562 ID: 3e9aae
fuckin' chairforce
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/post-nation/wp/2017/11/07/as-texas-town-mourns-details-emerge-on-gunmans-methodical-tactics-in-church-massacre/
>The gunman who killed more than two dozen people in a small church outside San Antonio on Sunday had a string of troubling episodes in recent years, including an escape from a mental health facility in 2012 after he was caught sneaking guns onto an Air Force base “attempting to carry out death threats” against military superiors, according to a police report.

>Police in El Paso, reported that five years before the church massacre, officers were dispatched to a bus terminal after Kelley escaped from a nearby behavioral facility. Officers wrote they were told Kelley, who was serving in the Air Force, “was a danger to himself and others” at the time and “was also facing military criminal charges.” While it is unclear why Kelley was at the behavioral facility and whether he ever faced military discipline for the threats, he was court-martialed that same year and convicted of abusing his wife and stepson.

>But the Air Force has acknowledged that it did not tell federal authorities about the domestic violence conviction, which should have prevented him from buying firearms, and the revelations about Kelley’s stint in a mental health facility and making threats against his superiors raised new questions about the service’s handling of Kelley and his discharge.
>> No. 117563 ID: 60a628
>>117558
More likely an Anti-Gunner that tries to sound like a concerned Vet. Clearly he tries to justify in a cheap-ass way why AR´s are bad.
>> No. 117565 ID: b430d1
black rifles?
more like niggerifles if you ask me


captcha: calle stadio
when the fuck opchan gold accounts going to be for sale?
>> No. 117566 ID: da203f
>>117558
>What is the point: a tool meant for combat situations is widely available in civil society for no apparent reason other than to let civilians feel like they are soldiers. So we wind up with men carrying a legally-purchased weapon of war. No, they are not designed exactly the same, but when the bullet leaves the barrel at subsonic speeds to shred bones and organs, the results are often the same.

'You don't need that penis enhancer' plus 'subsonic velocities' spells 'fucking retard who willingly shills for the opposition.'
>> No. 117567 ID: 278cbe
>>117557
>known lunatic ex-employees get access to guns
>maybe that justifies banning the government instead
Question: after you do that, who is going to ban lunatics from access to guns?

>>117566
>spells 'fucking retard who willingly shills for the opposition.'
Or maybe "a fucking smart man who deliberately looks like retard", which is normally called "straw man". Yet, straight to the point.

>There is a reason people like me call semi-automatic rifles assault weapons. The Army trains soldiers to assault targets with them. When I learned small squad infantry tactics during a non-commissioned officer training course, we practiced ambushes and attacks with blanks in our M-16s. We did not assault objectives with bolt-action rifles or handguns; we assaulted them with our semi-automatic rifles and fired numerous rounds to defeat whoever stood in our way. Our weapons matched the tactics of combat.
This is a fair point. Soldiers from war zones are (sometimes) not very compatible with civilian life. Yet, this fair point doesn't outweigh the rest of deliberate mistakes in that text. So why would you insert those obvious mistakes in otherwise comprehensive text?

Combining 2 and 2, I get that the message of the article is "this is not the fault of the government misdirection, nobody is responsible, it is an issue of society at large", so please carry on with your pointless controversial "gun control" bullshit as usual.
>> No. 117573 ID: 90573a
http://nypost.com/2017/11/09/texas-killer-allegedly-practiced-by-shooting-dogs-idolized-dylann-roof/

>Texas church killer Devin Kelley once told a former Air Force colleague that he bought dogs on Craigslist to use as “target practice,” according to a report.

>Jessika Edwards, who told CNN she worked with Kelley at Holloman Air Force Base in New Mexico from 2010 to 2012, said Kelley made his sick admission on Facebook in 2014 after they reconnected as civilians.

>Kelley also spoke glowingly of Dylann Roof, who killed nine people in a South Carolina church in June 2015, Edwards said.

>“He would say, ‘Isn’t it cool? Did you watch the news?'” Edwards told CNN. “He would say he wished he had the nerve to do it, but all he would be able to do is kill animals.”

>>117567
cool story sarah bradyvich


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