A Very Dangerous Weapon

I visited my 83 year old friend last night in Fort Collins, and she pulled out a gun I had never seen before. It is a 17th? century musket in mint condition. This thing would blow somebody’s head right off.

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Democrats have been saying that the 2nd Amendment only applies to muskets, but they would try to get them banned too if they actually knew anything about them.

Using their logic, the First Amendment only applies to movable type printing presses, and Obama’s jurisdiction only applies to the thirteen original colonies.

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15 Responses to A Very Dangerous Weapon

  1. grayman says:

    That is a beautiful Blunder Buss. 17th century shotgun. No gun grabber would turn that down to have in their home.

  2. squid2112 says:

    That is awesome! .. and I’m not even a gun nut… 🙂

  3. kbray in california says:

    BO would love to turn that one into a vase:


    It has the perfect taper at the muzzle.

  4. gator69 says:

    Don’t let Biden near it and a door. Better yet, straight jacket and ball gag for Joe Shotgun.

  5. Otter says:

    I could have sworn that read ’83-year-old girlfriend‘……….. but then it hasn’t been the best of days.

  6. Pathway says:

    Only print journalist are protected by the first amendment and using the lefts logic they need to be registered with the government and they must pay for their own background check and they must not print more than 15 words.
    They cannot pass their printing press along to their heirs and they can be prosecuted if their words cause any harm.
    These people in Colorado are completely off their rocker. The gun bills are before the Colorado Senate today.

  7. phodges says:

    We used to build stuff like that when I was a “kid”, homemade gunpowder and all. You can really juice up your homebrew with a little thermite…

    For a 10th grade history class project I made up some gunpowder and was amazed when the teacher encouraged me to light it. I guess those days are long gone. Hell most of the stuff we did back then would now be illegal.

    It is also not too difficult to make up homemade fuel-air devices and napalm…balloons and garbage bags can be wonderful toys 😉

  8. Yeah, a blunderbuss, strictly speaking. If a musket was the period’s equivalent of an assault rifle, this is the equivalent of a sawed-off shotgun!

  9. Robert Austin says:

    The nice thing is that you can make your own gunpowder and load it up with assorted nuts and bolts for a nice post- apocalypse zombie slaying weapon.

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