California Democrat Discovers Ghost Gun That Fires A '30 Magazine Clip' In Under 30 Seconds

When I first purchased a couple of 50 round magazines for my SKS, I loaded them up, fired them off, and then immediately regretted blowing $75 for less than a minute of thrill.

I can only imagine how it feels to waste so much expensive ammo in a half the time...

(Hat Tip: IHateTheMedia)

Posted by: DMartyr at 10:49 AM

Comments

1 When this guy is about to be eaten by 'zombies' he will wish he had a firearm. Any firearm. Or better yet, an armed and trained friend. But he probably doesn't know anybody like that.

Posted by: Erowmero at January 21, 2014 01:53 PM

2 Maybe it turn out that.... sending State Senator de Leon to the...."BARNEY FRANK FIREARMS TRAINING AND BATHHOUSE CAMP" at public expense last summer just another tax payer rip off?

Posted by: KIM at January 21, 2014 02:02 PM

3 This dirtbag's constituents are nothing but Mexican gangbangers and their supporters, and DeLeon doesn't want any innocent victims being able to defend themselves from his Homies. He spends all his time on trying to take away guns from us lawful citizens.

Muera La Raza y mandalos por El Diablo

Posted by: mikeh420 at January 21, 2014 02:40 PM

4 I trust this "honest" and "knowledgeable" idiot implicitly with my Civil Rights. Don't you? His knowledge and grasp of his subject is Da Vinci like.

Posted by: nadadhimmi at January 21, 2014 02:57 PM

5 What do you think was going on in the cops mind that was standing behind this fucking moron? Was he thinking: I'm supposed to risk MY life illegally confiscating guns at the orders of this Goddamn stuttering fool?

Posted by: nadadhimmi at January 21, 2014 03:02 PM

6 It's the old "undetectable plastic gun" story that got Glock off to such a good start.

Had to look it up on ABC "news":






The "ghost guns" that can slip through metal detectors and be assembled
at home without safeguards are spurring efforts in California and
elsewhere to bring these weapons and their owners out of the shadows.

A state lawmaker proposed legislation Monday to make background checks
and gun registrations requirements for anyone who builds plastic
firearms on a 3-D printer at home. The bill by state Sen. Kevin de Leon
also would apply to anyone who buys parts that can be assembled into a
gun.

It's part of a growing effort across the country to pre-empt the spread of these undetectable guns.

Posted by: Storm Saxon's Gall Bladder at January 21, 2014 04:55 PM

7 Oh, and 30 rounds in half a second is 3600 rpm.
Am m42 goes up to 1500 per minute, which i think makes it the fastest hand-held single barrel firearm.

All this asshat has done is make me really really really WANT ME A GHOST GUN!!!

Posted by: Storm Saxon's Gall Bladder at January 21, 2014 04:59 PM

8 He's making the wild claim that the thing can fire 30 rounds in half a second, not half a minute, DMartyr. I think A-10s can do that. Not much else though. Certainly not that gun.

Posted by: Kevin at January 21, 2014 05:50 PM

9 If there were a familiarity/competency test issued to every politician before they could legislate on a subject, we'd have almost no new legislation. This idiot proves the point.

Posted by: gork at January 21, 2014 07:07 PM

10 Cop staring at bad rug man thinking: If that azzhole points that damn thing anywhere near me, I'm shooting him myself.

Posted by: Kafiroon at January 21, 2014 08:20 PM

11 M61A1 fires 6000 rpm, which is …. carry the two…. 100 rounds per second. Or 16 rounds per barrel per second. The M61A2 is rated for 6600 rpm. Which means you're "Winchester" just about …. now.

Posted by: Fox2! at January 21, 2014 11:03 PM

12 Ahhh- California--
C-CS

Posted by: C-Christian Soldier at January 22, 2014 03:23 PM






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