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Discussion in 'Military Surplus' started by milsurp2.0, Oct 18, 2012.
Interesting commercial. I was scared this was going to be another thread about owning a gun that could have killed someone.
What you meant to say, a gun that was on the forefront of committing unspeakable atrocities in the hands of the most evil organization in the history and you have no business "owning" it, right?
yes. you hit the nail on the head.
Just like people should boycott all things Japanese because they cowardly sneak attacked Pearl Harbor and beheaded allied POW's for pleasure as well as working then to death just like the Nazi's right? And boycott all those Mosin Nagant's because Stalin's regime committed as much murder in their own time right?
Yes. You hit the nail on the head.
Don't try to trivialize this. Know your history - understand what stands for what.
If you want to collect Japanese memorabilia because of the "beheadings" - shame on you; if you want to have a Mosin because it was Stalin's gulag tool - shame on you. If you can come up with a good reason to own a swastika covered overpriced POS that has no family history - shame on me.
Oh so anyone who collects K98's is a closet nazi huh? And what makes you think this of me? And how did I know you would be in here whining?
Swastika covered POS. A k98 has maybe two tiny firing proofs with microscopic swastika's on it.