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Liberals Clutch Pearls at Thought of “Super-Gun Owners” September 22, 2016

Posted by Tantumblogo in Basics, family, firearms, fun, General Catholic, manhood, secularism, silliness, Society.
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I’d like to own a super gun. Isn’t that what got Dr. Gerald Bull killed by the Mossad, building the Baghdad Gun for Saddam Hussein?

Seriously, gun control advocates are now collectively hyperventilating – we are supposed to believe – over the fact that, it turns out, a relatively few people own an awful lot of guns.  Even more shockingly, a fair number of those are women.  Don’t these women know it’s their job to be helpless victims, after which they can be “empowered” by raging feminists demanding vengeance for their brutal rape-murders by getting federally-mandated child care?

Americans own an estimated 265m guns [I had read several places it was more like 350 million?], more than one gun for every American adult, according to the most definitive portrait of US gun ownership in two decades. But the new survey estimates that 133m of these guns are concentrated in the hands of just 3% of American adults – a group of super-owners who have amassed an average of 17 guns each[Oh goodness, how terrible, head for the hills, we must have a federal gun ban!  Actually, any serious hunter could easily run into that number of guns and not have anything but bolt actions and pump or single-action shotguns.  4 or 5 bird guns, maybe a turkey gun, one or two each for deer, varmints, elk, bear/moose, a revolver or two, and you’re at 17 quickly with just a hunting hobby.  These numbers are meant to scare, but don’t mean anything.  Also, I’m again saddened to learn I’m way, way below average.  If only I had the money to buy another 5 guns and come up to spec……hint hint] 

The unpublished Harvard/Northeastern survey result summary, obtained exclusively by the Guardian and the Trace, estimates that America’s gun stock has increased by 70m guns since 1994. At the same time, the percentage of Americans who own guns decreased slightly from 25% to 22%.[Do you think fewer Americans own guns now than before?  The biggest decrease seems to be among young men, fewer than ever seem interested in owning guns.  Of course, fewer than ever also seem interested in having a job, getting a married, raising a family, or doing anything other than playing video games, watching porn, and wasting time on 4Chan in mom and dad’s basement. Kidding aside (or was I?), the steady transition of populations from rural to urban tends to explain a lot of the overarching firearms ownership trends]

While there are an estimated 55 million American gun owners, most own an average of just three firearms, and nearly half own just one or two, according to the survey results. [Truth be told, before Obama came along, I only owned 3 guns. Now I have lots more]

Then there are America’s gun super-owners – an estimated 7.7 million Americans who own between eight and 140 guns. [Yay, I’m a super-owner!] 

This kind of concentrated ownership isn’t unique to guns, firearms researchers noted. Marketing experts suggest that the most devoted 20% consumers will typically account for 80% of a product’s sales.

You know what they really wanted to say…….You filthy mouth breathing bitter clingers.  Don’t you know NO ONE needs 8 or 11 or 27 or 55 of 112 guns?!?  How dear you invade nice liberal dreams at night with the knowledge that people like you, people different from us, exist!  Just crawl under a rock and die, Trumpistas.

Turning the snark around, perhaps they could fix this horrible awful gun inequality by getting the federal government to “even the playing field” by distributing a hundred million or so firearms to the “underserved” public?

Can you spot the reasons this guy is my (secular) hero of the week?

Sergeant Brian D. Richardson, a 29-year-old crew chief for Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 265 (Reinforced), 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit, and a native of Leesburg, Fla., fires a 7.62mm GAU-17/A weapon system at enemy targets from a UH-1Y Venom helicopter during live-fire training as part of Exercise Koolendong 13 here, Sept. 2. Three Venom helicopters and four MV-22 Osprey aircraft are operating from an expeditionary airfield 300 miles inland, supporting the battalion-sized element conducting the exercise. Koolendong demonstrates the operational reach of the 31st MEU and why it is the force of choice for the Asia-Pacific region. Also participating in the exercise is the Marine Rotational Force - Darwin and soldiers of the 5th Royal Australian Army. The 31st MEU brings what it needs to sustain itself to accomplish the mission or to pave the way for follow-on forces. The size and composition of the 31st MEU makes it well suited for amphibious operations, which includes raids, assaults, evacuations and humanitarian assistance operations.

Sergeant Brian D. Richardson, a 29-year-old crew chief for Marine Medium Tiltrotor Squadron 265 (Reinforced), 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit, and a native of Leesburg, Fla., fires a 7.62mm GAU-17/A weapon system at enemy targets from a UH-1Y Venom helicopter during live-fire training as part of Exercise Koolendong 13 here, Sept. 2. Also participating in the exercise is the Marine Rotational Force – Darwin and soldiers of the 5th Royal Australian Army. The 31st MEU brings what it needs to sustain itself CHECK FRONT LEFT POCKET Dang right he brings what he needs to sustain himself.  You probably can’t find a good snuff in Australia!

All real men……..all. real. men.

Comments»

1. docmx001 - September 22, 2016

We need to procure some swag. Hats, shirts, bumper stickers. III percenter and molon labe are so 2012. We need stuff that says “Bitter Clinger” and “Super Owner”. Oh, and I barely meet the minimum for super owner, so clearly a trip to my gun shop is in order!

2. Baseballmom - September 22, 2016

SuperOwner here…. And a deplorable….

Tantumblogo - September 22, 2016

So what do you have in your collection BBM? I’d like to know. What do you favor, and why?

3. c matt - September 23, 2016

Man, I am such a slacker. I need to remedy that before the election.


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