Semi-automatic technology is over 100 years old! Semi-automatic(aka Self loading)tech is not machine gun full-automatic tech, some firearms merely look similar. Civilian ownership of such firearms are a right, not a privilege.
Current "laws" suppressing ownership are blatant infringements. Having a semi automatic heart means you represent the unique freedom & liberty of America, and are standing watch over those sacred rights. I have this heart: How about you?
Thursday, October 18, 2012
200 Semi-Automatic Rifles issued to Forest Rangers to fight Poachers, save animals
-Semi-Auto Rifle handed over in ceremony-
You really want to save the animals? Then Arm your Forest Rangers with modern weapons! This report unfortunately does not give details on the make, model, caliber, etc of the semi-automatic/self-loading rifles to be issued to the Assam Forest Protection Force. The photo is undetermined, but by my eye, may be Indian made INSAS rifles, which are similar to the famous FN-FAL . The super rich phonies, especially the anti-gun & Hollywood crowd, have the resources to save thousands of rare animals, but draw the line at using firearms to do it (Hypocrites!). These poachers are vicious well-armed criminals that will not hesitate to kill a man who interferes with their ruthless profiteering slaughter. These Forest Cops need all the help they can get because, make no mistake about it, this is a war, a real shooting war, and needs to be treated like one. - (S9)
Kaziranga staff gets self-loading rifles to fight poachers
With rhino poachers giving sleepless nights
to forest guards manning the Kaziranga National Park (KNP), the Assam
government has armed the Assam Forest Protection Force (AFPF) personnel
with 200 SLRs (Self-loading rifle) besides dispatching additional force
to the wildlife protection area that is recognised as a World Heritage
Site by the UNESCO. Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi on Tuesday ceremonially handed over 50 SLRs to the AFPF personnel in
Guwahati. Gogoi expressed confidence that reinforcement of forces, armed
with sophisticated weapons, would further strengthen security in all
the 152 camps inside the Kaziranga National Park (KNP). "The
forest personnel with their sophisticated weapons will be able to match
the firepower of poachers and help to protect the rhinos in their
natural habitats," he said. Poachers have killed 13 rhinos in the KNP
this year, while twenty-eight rhinos have perished in three waves of
flood that deluged the park since June this year...