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In article<>,
 BTR1701<no_email@invalid.invalid> wrote:

> The gun gurus at USA Today attempted to explain, for some reason, not only
> the features of the Ruger AR-15 used by the demented coward responsible for
> the Texas church massacre, but the "possible modifications" one can make to
> an AR as well. Including, naturally, the ever-popular chainsaw bayonet.
> Wait. What?
> Yup. This actually happened. See USA Today's video below, followed by a
> small sampling of the internet's hilarious, meme-laden response...
> To be fair, chainsaw bayonets do actually exist. I mean, they're an $800
> gag gift movie prop but, much to everyone's surprise, somebody did really
> design one and does [attempt to] sell them.
> Anyway, on to the memes!
> t/
> (I particularly like the detachable blame thrower.)

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