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  • Why I own an AK

    The Russian made AK is a very reliable weapon. It will fire until it catches on fire and then keep going. Also notice that the AK was repaired in the field by banging it against the table and it was able to fire again.

    ( the other AK tested was made in the US and not as good as the one made in Russia)

    I recommend that everyone should own an AR magazine fed semi auto rifle in 5.56x45 (223) for protection if there would be civil unrest in your area, or nationwide.

    But over 100 million AK's have been made and they are the ultimate in reliability. Our soldiers have picked AK's up on the battlefield that were made in 1950 and still operating perfectly. Plus the fact that they were being used all that time by farmers that knew very little about firearms and did no maintenance on them. They will operate without lube or cleaning; the AR requires both to operate.



  • #2
    I can hear the wives, "Boys and their toys..." :D That was fun to watch, and a very impressive showing for the AK.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Baruch View Post
      I can hear the wives, "Boys and their toys..." :D That was fun to watch, and a very impressive showing for the AK.

      Yes, the AK is so reliable and durable that one can not be caught on fire like this by a person without taking very unusual measures.

      Eric had welders gloves on that can take extreme heat. No one would be able to keep shooting an AK till it got that hot without them.

      I do not consider my AK a toy. It is a survival weapon.

      Psalm 144New International Version (NIV)

      Psalm 144

      Of David.

      1 Praise be to the Lord my Rock,
      who trains my hands for war,
      my fingers for battle.

      2 He is my loving God and my fortress,
      my stronghold and my deliverer,
      my shield, in whom I take refuge,
      who subdues peoples[a] under me.


      3 Lord, what are human beings that you care for them,
      mere mortals that you think of them?
      4 They are like a breath;
      their days are like a fleeting shadow.


      5 Part your heavens, Lord, and come down;
      touch the mountains, so that they smoke.
      6 Send forth lightning and scatter the enemy;
      shoot your arrows and rout them.
      7 Reach down your hand from on high;
      deliver me and rescue me
      from the mighty waters,
      from the hands of foreigners
      8 whose mouths are full of lies,
      whose right hands are deceitful.


      9 I will sing a new song to you, my God;
      on the ten-stringed lyre I will make music to you,
      10 to the One who gives victory to kings,
      who delivers his servant David.


      From the deadly sword 11 deliver me;
      rescue me from the hands of foreigners
      whose mouths are full of lies,
      whose right hands are deceitful.


      12 Then our sons in their youth
      will be like well-nurtured plants,
      and our daughters will be like pillars
      carved to adorn a palace.
      13 Our barns will be filled
      with every kind of provision.
      Our sheep will increase by thousands,
      by tens of thousands in our fields;
      14 our oxen will draw heavy loads.[b]
      There will be no breaching of walls,
      no going into captivity,
      no cry of distress in our streets.
      15 Blessed is the people of whom this is true;
      blessed is the people whose God is the Lord.


      Verse 11 is very appropriate today for the US

      I hope I never have to fight in a war. But everyone needs to be prepared for war so that they have the best chance to keep peace.

      Abraham, Moses, Joshua, Gideon, and David all had to fight wars.

      When Israel did not trust in The Lord as they should the Philistines conquered them. The first thing the Philistines did was enact sword, spear, an arrow control.

      No blacksmiths were allowed in Israel so that they could not make these weapons. Without weapons it was very difficult to fight for their freedom.

      Obama and Hillary are coping the Philistines and trying to take the weapons of the people away from them.

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      • #4
        Thank you for the very good comment, Lou. I agree, and temper my reaction to the video. I had never seen any purposely destroy a weapon prior to that, so I was focusing on the spectacle of the meltdown.

        Warfare is very serious, in the spirit and in the natural. The Lord shows mankind how serious spiritual warfare is by the violence of natural warfare.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Lou Newton View Post


          Yes, the AK is so reliable and durable that one can not be caught on fire like this by a person without taking very unusual measures.

          Eric had welders gloves on that can take extreme heat. No one would be able to keep shooting an AK till it got that hot without them.

          I do not consider my AK a toy. It is a survival weapon.

          Psalm 144New International Version (NIV)

          Psalm 144

          Of David.

          1 Praise be to the Lord my Rock,
          who trains my hands for war,
          my fingers for battle.

          2 He is my loving God and my fortress,
          my stronghold and my deliverer,
          my shield, in whom I take refuge,
          who subdues peoples[a] under me.


          3 Lord, what are human beings that you care for them,
          mere mortals that you think of them?
          4 They are like a breath;
          their days are like a fleeting shadow.


          5 Part your heavens, Lord, and come down;
          touch the mountains, so that they smoke.
          6 Send forth lightning and scatter the enemy;
          shoot your arrows and rout them.
          7 Reach down your hand from on high;
          deliver me and rescue me
          from the mighty waters,
          from the hands of foreigners
          8 whose mouths are full of lies,
          whose right hands are deceitful.


          9 I will sing a new song to you, my God;
          on the ten-stringed lyre I will make music to you,
          10 to the One who gives victory to kings,
          who delivers his servant David.


          From the deadly sword 11 deliver me;
          rescue me from the hands of foreigners
          whose mouths are full of lies,
          whose right hands are deceitful.


          12 Then our sons in their youth
          will be like well-nurtured plants,
          and our daughters will be like pillars
          carved to adorn a palace.
          13 Our barns will be filled
          with every kind of provision.
          Our sheep will increase by thousands,
          by tens of thousands in our fields;
          14 our oxen will draw heavy loads.[b]
          There will be no breaching of walls,
          no going into captivity,
          no cry of distress in our streets.
          15 Blessed is the people of whom this is true;
          blessed is the people whose God is the Lord.


          Verse 11 is very appropriate today for the US

          I hope I never have to fight in a war. But everyone needs to be prepared for war so that they have the best chance to keep peace.

          Abraham, Moses, Joshua, Gideon, and David all had to fight wars.

          When Israel did not trust in The Lord as they should the Philistines conquered them. The first thing the Philistines did was enact sword, spear, an arrow control.

          No blacksmiths were allowed in Israel so that they could not make these weapons. Without weapons it was very difficult to fight for their freedom.

          Obama and Hillary are coping the Philistines and trying to take the weapons of the people away from them.
          Truly, it is not Obama and Hillary that are taking the weapons, it is Satan that is taking the weapons. Though the weapons of carnal warfare may be taken by force, that is not true of spiritual weapons.

          Eph 6:11 Put on the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil.

          (Strong's taken from e-Sword)

          G3833
          πανοπλία
          panoplia
          pan-op-lee'-ah
          From a compound of G3956 and G3696; full armor (“panoply”): - all (whole) armour.

          G3956
          πᾶς
          pas
          pas
          Including all the forms of declension; apparently a primary word; all, any, every, the whole: - all (manner of, means) alway (-s), any (one), X daily, + ever, every (one, way), as many as, + no (-thing), X throughly, whatsoever, whole, whosoever.

          G3696
          ὅπλον
          hoplon
          hop'-lon
          Probably from the primary word ἕπω hepō(to be busy about); an implement or utensil or tool (literally or figuratively, especially offensive for war): - armour, instrument, weapon.

          pan·o·ply
          (păn′ə-plē)
          n. pl. pan·o·plies
          1. A splendid or striking array or arrangement: a panoply of colorful flags.
          2. Ceremonial attire with all accessories: a portrait of the general in full panoply.
          3. Something that covers and protects: a porcupine's panoply of quills.
          4. The complete arms and armor of a warrior.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Baruch View Post

            Truly, it is not Obama and Hillary that are taking the weapons, it is Satan that is taking the weapons. Though the weapons of carnal warfare may be taken by force, that is not true of spiritual weapons.

            Eph 6:11 Put on the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil.

            (Strong's taken from e-Sword)

            G3833
            πανοπλία
            panoplia
            pan-op-lee'-ah
            From a compound of G3956 and G3696; full armor (“panoply”): - all (whole) armour.

            G3956
            πᾶς
            pas
            pas
            Including all the forms of declension; apparently a primary word; all, any, every, the whole: - all (manner of, means) alway (-s), any (one), X daily, + ever, every (one, way), as many as, + no (-thing), X throughly, whatsoever, whole, whosoever.

            G3696
            ὅπλον
            hoplon
            hop'-lon
            Probably from the primary word ἕπω hepō(to be busy about); an implement or utensil or tool (literally or figuratively, especially offensive for war): - armour, instrument, weapon.

            pan·o·ply
            (păn′ə-plē)
            n. pl. pan·o·plies
            1. A splendid or striking array or arrangement: a panoply of colorful flags.
            2. Ceremonial attire with all accessories: a portrait of the general in full panoply.
            3. Something that covers and protects: a porcupine's panoply of quills.
            4. The complete arms and armor of a warrior.

            Amen to that Barry.

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