The guns — Glock and Sig Sauer handguns, as well as a Bushmaster .223-caliber assault rifle — The Bushmaster is a type of semi-automatic weapon that was first used by American troops during the Vietnam War and which can fire up to six bullets a second. According to firearms expert Ronald Scott, a former head of the Massachusetts State Police’s firearms lab, the rifles can be obtained relatively easily by “people with the legal right to buy them,” but said the weapons are designed for combat. “There’s really no other use for them,” Scott said. [Source]Gun Source
The Glock, made in Austria, and the American-made SIG Sauer can fire up to five bullets a second at a velocity of 1,200 feet a second.Weapons
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“Ron Johnson represents Nobody” – Chris Mathews
Ron Johnson threatens to take the comment made by by Chris Mathews of MSNBC after the Benghaz hearings to new levels. Johnson embarrassed himself and the state by his inappropriate and unstudied statements when questioning then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. He had not done his homework, admitting that he had not read the report on the incident before launching into a pointed attack against Clinton. Now, he stands with the Senators who threaten to deny the parents of the fallen Newtown children and the vast majority of Americans who support background checks, a vote. He will choose to avoid debate on the issue of gun violence and block an up-or-down vote.
After Chris Mathews aired the clip of the exchange between Johnson and Hillary, he reiterated an evaluation which, no doubt, struck a cord that Wisconsin progressives have been chewing on since November 2010 – “how do these guys get elected?”. And Chris doesn’t know the 10th of it, since his national focus spares him the weekly workings of Johnson’s doppelgänger Scott Walker. Mathews final comment in the video speaks to the political stature of both winners of the 2010 election of fools – “they don’t represent anyone”.