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Don't be silly Bob. Nixon was not a Muslim. The Nazi Muslim Brotherhood, which the CIA had taken control of in circa 1960 did it and did his brother, obviously.
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Ever had sniper training Slim?

You'd have to ask the dozens of deer and elk I've killed over the years if I'm a proficient shot. To save meat my father pretty much insisted on head shots. I hunted avidly from 10 to 24. I was never trained as a sniper, but I have a famous relative who was one.
30.06's were used in Viet Nam by US snipers. That is my favorite weapon. Smile



So this is a long no. Hunting, no matter how avidly for a while 25 years ago in no way equates to sniper teaining. Famous relatives not withstanding.
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Snipe hunting and snipering aren't the same thing.
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Amazing how when Slim needs to make a point he has some famous relative who agrees with him.

Most of that stuff is not genetic. But I am sure Slim has a famous relative who says it is.
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On Oct 1, 2014, Dannydoyle wrote:
Ever had sniper training Slim?

You'd have to ask the dozens of deer and elk I've killed over the years if I'm a proficient shot. To save meat my father pretty much insisted on head shots. I hunted avidly from 10 to 24. I was never trained as a sniper, but I have a famous relative who was one.
30.06's were used in Viet Nam by US snipers. That is my favorite weapon. Smile


Why don't you ask your famous relative if that is an ammunition type or a weapon?
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On Oct 1, 2014, Slim King wrote:
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On Oct 1, 2014, Dannydoyle wrote:
Ever had sniper training Slim?

You'd have to ask the dozens of deer and elk I've killed over the years if I'm a proficient shot. To save meat my father pretty much insisted on head shots. I hunted avidly from 10 to 24. I was never trained as a sniper, but I have a famous relative who was one.
30.06's were used in Viet Nam by US snipers. That is my favorite weapon. Smile


Why don't you ask your famous relative if that is an ammunition type or a weapon?

Danny ...you drinking in a mexican cantina again?... I believe it's a measurement danny ... tequila ..Is that it?
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On Oct 2, 2014, Dannydoyle wrote:
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On Oct 1, 2014, Slim King wrote:
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On Oct 1, 2014, Dannydoyle wrote:
Ever had sniper training Slim?

You'd have to ask the dozens of deer and elk I've killed over the years if I'm a proficient shot. To save meat my father pretty much insisted on head shots. I hunted avidly from 10 to 24. I was never trained as a sniper, but I have a famous relative who was one.
30.06's were used in Viet Nam by US snipers. That is my favorite weapon. Smile


Why don't you ask your famous relative if that is an ammunition type or a weapon?

Danny ...you drinking in a mexican cantina again?... I believe it's a measurement danny ... tequila ..Is that it?


Posting your response twice doesn't make it make any more sense. You states that 30.06's were used by snipers and that they were you "favorite weapon." Does "30.06" refer to a weapon or to an ammunition type? There is a difference.
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Various companies make rifles. Any company can make a 30 caliber if the have the OK and ability. It's a measurement as I believe just like a 22 or a 32 or a 45.... How does this confuse you? It's a caliber .30.. I believe Springfield made it popular .. The 1906 model... hence .. I owned a 30 ought 6... I think that's it.
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The part that is confusing those of us whom are not the worlds foremost authority on absolutely everything is you referred to the 30.06 as your favorite weapon.

YOU are the one always wanting to use FACTS and I was curious as to if it was a weapon or an ammunition type. Then you start your childish personal attacks for some reason.

So name calling aside Slim is it a weapon or ammunition? Odd how someone who is such an authority on absolutely everything could make such a basic mistake.
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I think his point is that "30.06" is the gun users "shorthand" for a weapon that uses 30.06 caliber ammunition.

However, since I doubt that there's only ONE rifle that uses that caliber ammunition referring to a "30.06" as a "weapon" in the singular is wrong.
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Wrong again!!!! ha ha ha ha
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Then, of course, there's this bit of frequently overlooked evidence that directly connects Oswald with the Carcano used to shoot the President and Governor Connally:

The Shirt

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On the day Kennedy was killed, Oswald was wearing a shirt of dark blue, grey-black and orange-yellow cotton fibers over a white T-shirt, the same type of fibers that were recovered from the rifle after close examination by experts.

In the crevice between the butt-plate and the wooden stock of the rifle, a tuft of several cotton fibers of dark blue, grey-black and orange-yellow shades were found.

After tests of colors, shades, and weave patterns of the fibers found on the gun, Paul Stombaugh, a special agent of the FBI Laboratory's Hair and Fiber Unit, matched the fibers found on the gun to the fibers from Oswald’s shirt.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_F._Ken......le#Shirt

(The palm print found on the rifle was also matched with Oswald's.)
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Slim- Since you now acknowledge that 30.06 is a measurement, are you no longer claiming that it's your favorite weapon?

(And why the need to snidely opine that Danny must have been drinking tequila after he pointed out your obvious confusion between an ammo type and a weapon? If insults are the strongest arguments you've got, they're not worth listening to.)
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Insults seem to be his favorite weapon.
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It's Throwback Thursday. Danny once drank tequila in a Mexican bar years ago ... Sorry you missed the point. My bad!!!!!
I've owned a 30 ought 6 for the majority of my life. If you non-hunters have difficulty keeping up ... Not my problem.

But to get back on track. Where is the gun that supposedly killed Oswald? Where are the bullets? Where are the ballistics to prove how he was killed exactly?

(Almost as strange as the super bullet idea)..... BUT...Where is the evidence ... the gun... the bullets ...anything to really be re-investigated? Why is evidence disappearing? (Not to mention JFK's brain)
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You are the one not keeping up. Never drank Tequila ever and 30.06 is an ammunition.

Back on track Slim the magic bullet was substantiated many times. I would think a super sniper and ballistics expert such as yourself would know this already.
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Where is the gun? Where are the ballistics?

At least do some basic factual research, Slim. It's publicly available information. Oswald's rifle and pistol are now kept in a secure location within the National Archives and Records Administration Building in College Park, Maryland.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_F._Ken......_history

As to the ballistics, EXTENSIVE tests were done:

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In an effort to test the rifle under conditions that matched the assassination, the Infantry Weapons Evaluation Branch of the U.S. Army's Ballistics Research Laboratory had expert riflemen fire the assassination weapon from a tower at three silhouette targets at distances of 175, 240, and 265 feet (81 m).[65] Using the assassination rifle mounted with the telescopic sight, three marksmen, rated as master by the National Rifle Association, each fired two series of three shots. In the first series the firers required time spans of 4.6, 6.75, and 8.25 seconds respectively. On the second series they required 5.15, 6.45, and 7 seconds. The marksmen took as much time as they wanted for the first target at 175 feet (53 m), and all hit the target. For the first four attempts, the firers missed the second shot at 240 feet (73 m) by several inches. Five of the six shots hit the third target at 265 feet (81 m), the distance of President Kennedy from the sixth floor window when he was struck in the head.[66] None of the marksmen had any practice with the assassination weapon beforehand except to work the bolt.

CBS conducted a firing test in 1967 at the H. P. White Ballistics Laboratory located in Street, Maryland. For the test 11 marksmen from diverse backgrounds were invited to participate: 3 Maryland State Troopers, 1 weapons engineer, 1 sporting goods dealer, 1 sportsman, 1 ballistics technician, 1 ex-paratrooper, and 3 H. P. White employees. CBS provided several Carcano rifles for the test. Oswald's rifle was not used in this test. The targets were color-coded orange for head/shoulder silhouette and blue for a near miss. The results of the CBS test were as follows: 7 of 11 shooters were able to fire three rounds under 5.6 seconds (64%). Of those 7 shooters, 6 hit the orange target once (86%), and 5 hit the orange target twice (71%). Out of 60 rounds fired, 25 hit the orange (42%), 21 hit the blue portion of the target (35%), and there were 14 misses on the target (23%).

One volunteer was unable to operate his rifle effectively so the following statistics are based on the 10 remaining shooters. The average time of all 10 was 5.64 seconds. The mode was 5.55 seconds and the mean was 5.70 seconds. The average for the top five shooters was 5.12 seconds, and for the bottom five shooters 6.16 seconds. There was a high occurrence of jamming during the test. On average the rifles jammed after 6 rounds. The most rounds fired without jamming were 14, 11, 10 in a row. The least was 0 (back to back).

The first shooter to lead off the experiment was Al Sherman, Maryland State Trooper. The record of his effort: 5.0 sec: 2 orange, 1 blue / 6.0 sec: 2 orange, 1 blue / NT (jam at 3rd cartridge)/ 5.2 sec: 1 orange, 2 low / 5.0 sec: 1 orange, 2 blue. Sherman was able to fire 8 rounds before his rifle jammed. Of all shooters, the fastest times were: 4.1 sec, 4.3 sec, 4.9 sec, 5.0 sec. The best accuracy was 3 orange in 5.2 seconds. The rifles were oiled and allowed to cool down between shooters. CBS reporter Dan Rather attended this experiment.

During the investigation by the House Select Committee on Assassinations (1976–1978), the lead attorneys for the Committee, Robert Blakey and Gary Cornwell, were allowed to use WC-139 at an FBI firing range. The attorneys wanted to see how fast the bolt action could be operated. Blakey was able to fire two rounds in 1.5 seconds and Cornwell fired two rounds in 1.2 seconds. This was an experiment to test a possible theory that Oswald in his excitement may have pointed and fired, as opposed to aimed and fired. Some critics of the Warren Commission had claimed it was impossible to fire a Carcano rifle in less than 2.3 seconds. Both the CBS and HSCA tests proved conclusively that the claim was not accurate.


Try to keep up.
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BOB.....Please try to keep up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

But to get back on track. Where is the gun that supposedly killed Oswald? Where are the bullets? Where are the ballistics to prove how he was killed exactly?
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It's Throwback Thursday. Danny once drank tequila in a Mexican bar years ago ... Sorry you missed the point. My bad!!!!!
I've owned a 30 ought 6 for the majority of my life. If you non-hunters have difficulty keeping up ... Not my problem.

But to get back on track. Where is the gun that supposedly killed Oswald? Where are the bullets? Where are the ballistics to prove how he was killed exactly?

(Almost as strange as the super bullet idea)..... BUT...Where is the evidence ... the gun... the bullets ...anything to really be re-investigated? Why is evidence disappearing? (Not to mention JFK's brain)

SEE I'm talking about the cover up of the weapon that killed OSWALD!!!!!
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As to Kennedy's brain- no conspiracy there, either:

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/20......ain.html
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