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MrCarton
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Well if you can't successfully fire more than a round or fire a round without maiming yourself, then what is the point?



i dont see that as an endstate. how many planes crashed before the first successful flight?






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aaronb023
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well the technology to readily manufacture your own plane has been around for a long time. not a lot of people go through the trouble and expense to do it though





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WikiTiger
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i dont see that as an endstate. how many planes crashed before the first successful flight?


It never ceases to amaze me on this site how many people truly lack vision. You would think they live in a static world.






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MrCarton
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well the technology to readily manufacture your own plane has been around for a long time. not a lot of people go through the trouble and expense to do it though



Trouble and expense are operative words. Essentially that is what the discussion is about.

There are hundreds of millions of guns in private ownership in America, I think that market is much greater than the assemble your own John Denver death machine market.






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MrCarton
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It never ceases to amaze me on this site how many people truly lack vision. You would think they live in a static world.


Yeah, it is annoying.






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