Welded up corner number 3.
Had a back and forth with a Facebook friend today about guns. Thanks to the major media, this person was confused about the term assault rifle and how they have no place in target practice or hunting. This was my response: Assault rifles are RAPID-FIRE, magazine-fed AUTOMATIC rifles designed for military use. They are NOT AVAILABLE for the general public. My AR-15 is a semi auto...meaning one bullet per trigger pull - great for target practice and I don't "blow my targets apart" with it. It is also a useful home defense tool. AR does NOT stand for Assault Rifle, as is commonly believed. AR stands for the original company that manufactured it, ArmaLite. ArmaLite sold their rights to the AR-10 and AR-15 designs in 1959 to Colt. 74,92,60,0,B,0