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      12-19-2012, 07:02 PM   #81
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Originally Posted by carve View Post
The same way it primarily happened the first time: Geurilla warfare. Those tactics were a handful for our military in Iraq, where we had fewer qualms about bombing buildings and running people off the road and the population had far fewer weapons. Those tactics wouldn't be acceptable here.

MteK: Mags vs. clips wasn't an insult- it's pointing out a fact. What part was insulting? It's just not something you generally here someone with any firearms experience say. If it bothered you so much you could've always...you know...focused on the actual points I'm making instead of focusing your entire reply on the aside.
Yes, geurrilla warfare tactics were key parts of winning the Revolutionary War, but that was a very different time. I just don't see how it would happen in our modern society, with untrained citizens having to face our military if such a revolt were to occur. It would be different than the Iraq example, as it would be an uprising within our homeland.
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