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Offline Kathyp

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Weapons choice by denomination
« on: October 16, 2023, 05:05:04 pm »
This is short and helps if you have a little theology background. 

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Re: Weapons choice by denomination
« Reply #1 on: October 16, 2023, 05:29:19 pm »
Q:Do you know what all Glock owners have in common? (Besides a new trigger, sights and other stuff)

A: They never shot an H&K

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Re: Weapons choice by denomination
« Reply #2 on: October 22, 2023, 01:24:35 pm »
Vid is Christian-only so how about these ?

ultra-Orthodox Jews : I use a flintlock because tradition dictates the observance of many rules and lots of steps before and after the shot, lots of work to maintain cleanliness, and an antiquated look.

Observant Jews : I use a caplock black powder because the appearance is not so important aside from the little cap, but observance of rules and all the work to maintain cleanliness is.

Reform Jews : I just use whatever's popular in my area.

Messianic Jews : I use a black powder-to-cartridge-conversion and claim it's not a modern gun.

Hindu : I use many guns for different purposes, but have a favorite that varies from person to person.

Agnostic : I'm nut sure about guns, so after much thought, I use whichever one is handy.

Atheist : I don't believe in Guns, so I use bullets and don't admit they came from a  gun.

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