postheadericon Why You Need A Semi-Automatic Rifle

You are at home enjoying yourself on the sofa. The TV is blaring the latest news about Ebola. The kids are all upstairs playing video games. Your wife is in the kitchen, humming to herself while she brews a cup of coffee. The bag of potato chips at your side still has plenty of the tasty little golden nuggets inside. Everything is quiet and peaceful…but it all ends. Quite suddenly, a volley of blows resounds off the slider in the family room behind you. The kids upstairs, plugged into their headphones, don’t hear it. Your wife thinks it’s something from TV. The shower of blows continues, and you leap up from the sofa in a panic just as the door yields up the ghost and three large men in black jackets come leaping in with handguns. You dart into the kitchen and tow your protesting wife up the stairs into the bedroom. You grab your semi-automatic AR-15 off of its hooks in the closet and crouch near the top of the staircase. You can hear the thugs, obviously drunk, singing songs and smashing things as they come towards the stairway. “Stop!” You yell. “Stop or I will shoot!” Shouting oaths, the thugs rush towards you, firing their guns. Your only hope of survival is to shoot back. Bang! Bang! Bang! With howls, the thugs drop down, severely handicapped. Your semi-automatic rifle has saved the day.

While you may never find yourself in a survival situation such as the one above, owning a semi-automatic rifle can be a very good idea, particularly in today’s world with so many shootings happening on a weekly basis. There have been many instances recently which demonstrate that the ownership of a semi-automatic rifle has saved lives.

Knowing how to safely care for a powerful weapon such as an AR-15 (one of the most popular semi-automatic rifles) is essential both to your well-being and that of your family. An exposed weapon serves as a temptation to curious children and potential thieves. Always keep your rifle stored in a case, preferably one with a lock.

After shooting your rifle, always wipe it down with an oiled rag. Applying gun oil to the metal parts is also a good idea.

If you are storing your rifle for a lengthy period, try to keep it in a hard gun case. Soft gun cases absorb moisture from the air and can transfer the dampness to your weapon.

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