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December 19, 2012


R.J. Godlewski

Here we go again with the "high-powered" description. Does every gun making the news tend to be high-powered? The 5.7 is basically a .22 bullet with a little more kick behind it.

"High powered" does not start until you get to, say, a .308/7.62 NATO rifle cartridge.

The FN gains a bit of notoriety because it can pass through vests, but so can most high-speed rounds.

(Rhino!) CBPO Jon A Underwood, CBP, Ret.


As "we" already know, "high powered" and "high speed or velocity" rarely can describe the same round of ammunition.

The press is so ignorant of anything firearms based as they will do anything, to include the repeating of erroneous descriptions and so called facts in support of the Liberal desire to rid true Americans of the capability to defend themselves from a government takeover.

I have had to educate our local TV NBC Affiliate here in Yuma, Arizona, several times on the subject.

Always On Watch

Deafening silence from the msm. Of course.

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