The ORIGINAL gathering place for a merry band of Three Percenters. (As denounced by Bill Clinton on CNN!)
“As the broadcast was momentarily interrupted by applause, Winston Churchill turned sadly and angrily away from the mike and said: ‘But I do not know what we shall fight them with,’” Edwards related.
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NOPE - they would never get to the folks that truly need them - like farmer Martin so why should I waste a perfectly usable firearm when I might need it myself? Under current (notso)Great Britain, it would even be useless to send a knife over........
Land of the hopless boringSmotherer of the freeHow shall we escape theeWe who yearn for libertySung to the tune of "Land of Hope and Glory"Kiwi III[Hint: Leave for the Colonies!]
my great-grandfather gave his prized Springfield that he carried in WW1, and my great-grandfather gave 3 Mausers he captured while with the Roughriders in Cuba. they signed paperwork that guaranteed the return of the rifles upon cessation of hostilities. they were never returned.my grandfather had the paperwork framed and hung on the wall. "never trust an Englishman's word. EVER. a Scot or an Irishman, maybe, if he's not drunk. but never an Englishman."
You are kidding, right?
No. Why would you send a weapon to a enemy of your beliefs?
Not on a good day.
At this point, what with their being over-run with jihadis and having their private weapons melted and beaten into (plow-sheers?) or bicycle parts, they would better serve the world as an example of what NOT to do.
I'd send one or two. I'd send each with a little note. "Once you stop whatever threat to your country that there is, turn this on your govt. masters, and eliminate THEM. If you don't, they'll eliminate you, your children, your grandchildren, and the gun as well. LIVE FREE OR DIE!" Time for all true Englishmen and Women to take their freedom, and their country, BACK.
What would I be called if I sent a rifle to the Irish?
I'm 82 and remember the school telling us to ask our parents to do this and my dad said "no way". Glad he did
Yes and No.I would send tools, instructions and possibly some harder to make parts for simple arms. Think "four winds shotgun", SWD Terminator type shotgun, or "Luty BSP type SMG" maybe make a few and send those.But given what happened to what was sent last time they are not getting a quality built firearm from my family again.
I have an old beat up M44 that I've used and abused. And it returns the favor by kicking like a mule. I'd be glad to send that. But they have to provide their own ammo (7.62x54R).B WoodmanIII-per
I thought we already sent those British weenies firearms 75 years ago !No. I wouldn't send those effing idiots a box of Cracker Jacks ! Fool me once....
Not any more. They made their beds; may they have joy of the experience while it lasts.
ooops that should have been my great-grandfather with the Springfield, and his father (my great-great grandfather) with the mausers. sorry.my grandfather was actually in the Philippines as an engineer with the army on loan from GE when this all happened. we think he had something to do with the listening posts scanning japapnese military broadcasts,but he would never say.
Not until the British act like their ancestors did toward their Monarchy before the Magna Carta was written and signed by the then reigning King. Then I would do everything in my power to help them oust the muzzies from their land to include sending weapons parts for repair and manuals for the same. But not until we as Americans take care of the enemies within our own country to include the collaborators and the enablers within our government and NGO's like CAIR, SPLC, ADL etc.
Dad's comment on something similar..."What's the difference between an Englishman and a German?"A shrug of my shoulders.Dad's response: "An American soldier with a gun."JSW
NO FUCKING WAY! IS THAT CLEAR ENOUGH?
We sent them guns already. Let them use the first lot. For that matter, let them use their own guns. Any who were careless enough to be disarmed can suffer.
I heard just this week that 70% of Brits would not set foot in a church today for any reason. So my answer is "NO."
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