2Aers... Anyone into starting a well regulated militia?

Guess those 61 mass shootings in Chicago alone were the scary right wing loons on SSRI’s and MAOI’s huh?

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Ruby Ridge was the site of an eleven-day siege in 1992 in Boundary County, Idaho, near Naples. It began on August 21, when deputies of the United States Marshals Service initiated action to apprehend and arrest Randy Weaver under a bench warrant after his failure to appear on firearms charges.


Cause they entrapped him in to sawing off a shotgun barrel for them in the first place. Then murdered his son and wife. And then we sent the sniper who killed Vicki Weaver (Lon Horiuchi) to Waco to shoot at Branch Davidians on the last day of that siege. He was pretty clearly a sheet dipped Delta Force guy.


I’m really not trying yo mske a client party… just a goup tp get the anti 2A to shut up.

May be completely wrong, it is just an idea.

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Explain please.

During his trial the gov’t interfered with a bunch of mundane requests for evidence of his military service. He went to West Point, served as an infantry officer for the minimum active duty time on his contract, and has like nothing else in his file. Coupled with the HRT being a known limited hangout for Delta and SAS, it’s a solid bet he’s on the dark side.


According to Wikipedia, he was Army SF.

After graduating from Jefferson High School in 1966, he attended Iowa Central Community College before dropping out in 1968 after enlisting in the United States Army during the height of the Vietnam War and joining the Green Berets.

He also died in the last couple weeks.

I meant the sniper Lon Horiuchi. Randy Weaver’s life is an open book after all that happened.

Sounds like the Civilian Marksmanship Program

Fair enough. That’s why I was confused. :joy:

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Well the militia is the people so they kinda are, mixed with i identify as a well regulated militia.

lol at the undercover guy tryin to entrap and bust us all.

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Laziest ATF agent ever…

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Now do the 14th amendment.

Cannons existed, and private ownership was not prohibited.

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More over, why exactly did the British march on Lexington & Concord, and why did the Minutemen rise up in the middle of the night to stop them?

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I have seen this video pop up and the arguments being made with it are retarded.

For one marines can have weapons in their barracks for a few reasons but one major reason why this can be done is that they literally have other marines doing guard duty and other things. Do we as citizens have armed forces standing outside our house stopping anyone unauthorized from entering? No.

Also we know that if a military person is forced to sleep outside or whatever where they dont have a base set up and attack is something that can happen they will have their weapons.

Also the guns they use are not their own. The government owns them so its not really their guns. I own my guns. The military and regular folk aint the same.

Lol the Alpharius pointing at it eachother is a great fucking touch and will go un noticed in this thread by most people and its fucking shame.

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“A well-regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state” is a lamentation of a necessary evil, not a prerequisite for the exercise of a right.

A synonym for “well-regulated” at the time would be “dependable.”

A state could dependably raise a militia if its people were free to keep and bear arms.

The idea that the Founders gave the national government the ability to control individual ownership of guns based on whether the state had a sufficient number of rules in place regarding militias is patently absurd. This would imply that the national government would be in the position to judge whether a state had sufficiently “regulated” its militia, and obviously the Founders did not intend that. They were quite wary of a national government becoming tyrannical.

Also, if the colonial generals had had the option to give every colonist (or at least every pro-independence colonist), or every state resident after the resolution, an AR-15 to keep at home for hunting, self defense, and to bring if called into service, they would not have hesitated to do so. Such an armed citizenry would have meant no War of 1812.

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