It could be worse--Aimpoint apparently does not demand that buyers be "Only Ones," as some makers of tactical equipment, including "assault backpacks," do. Nor is it as offensive as selling one precision rifle for law enforcement/military work, with the rest of us limited to another version, deliberately made less capable (but still costing over $10,000). It's certainly less disgusting than using an FBI political hitman to hawk their wares.That's today's St. Louis Gun Rights Examiner. Please give it a look, and tell a friend.
Still, though, promoting the idea that effective fighting arms and equipment belong more naturally to government enforcers than to we who are "necessary to the security of a free state" is offensive, and should not be allowed to go unremarked. [More]
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