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megimoo
09-21-2011, 04:02 PM
A Florida company is giving new clients a voucher to buy an AK-47 assault rifle to defend themselves from violent crime. .. Sarasota-based MerchantService.com is a business that provides small stores and businesses with cash machines and credit card processing services.

Its "No Merchant Victim" program now offers a voucher that can be used to buy a gun such as an AK-47 from a local gun dealer, or upgraded security camera equipment, when clients have had its services for three months.

"We encourage all merchants to stand their ground against attack with lethal force," company president Gino Kauzlarich told AFP...... "Hence our recommendation they buy a firearm such as a AK-47... (But) what the merchant chooses to do with the voucher payment cash is the merchants choice." ...... He charged that US federal government plans to increase early releases from prison, particularly in California, will likely fuel violent crime such as assaults on merchants.

http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id=CNG.5cc676d2b02da276cd06b20df22fe7f 6.961&show_article=1

Odysseus
09-21-2011, 04:50 PM
A Florida company is giving new clients a voucher to buy an AK-47 assault rifle to defend themselves from violent crime. .. Sarasota-based MerchantService.com is a business that provides small stores and businesses with cash machines and credit card processing services.

Its "No Merchant Victim" program now offers a voucher that can be used to buy a gun such as an AK-47 from a local gun dealer, or upgraded security camera equipment, when clients have had its services for three months.

"We encourage all merchants to stand their ground against attack with lethal force," company president Gino Kauzlarich told AFP...... "Hence our recommendation they buy a firearm such as a AK-47... (But) what the merchant chooses to do with the voucher payment cash is the merchants choice." ...... He charged that US federal government plans to increase early releases from prison, particularly in California, will likely fuel violent crime such as assaults on merchants.

http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id=CNG.5cc676d2b02da276cd06b20df22fe7f 6.961&show_article=1

I would think that they'd offer a voucher for the gun dealer so that the merchant can choose what weapon he/she would like. An AK-47 isn't a great weapon to keep behind a store counter, where restricted space is an issue. You're much better off with a handgun or a riot-type shotgun, which is easier to use effectively in close quarters.

megimoo
09-21-2011, 06:10 PM
I would think that they'd offer a voucher for the gun dealer so that the merchant can choose what weapon he/she would like. An AK-47 isn't a great weapon to keep behind a store counter, where restricted space is an issue. You're much better off with a handgun or a riot-type shotgun, which is easier to use effectively in close quarters.The best case is to train with a reliable handgun and become expert with it..

namvet
09-21-2011, 10:13 PM
car dealer south of me. buy a truck get an AK-47

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SarasotaRepub
09-21-2011, 10:30 PM
A Florida company is giving new clients a voucher to buy an AK-47 assault rifle to defend themselves from violent crime. .. Sarasota-based MerchantService.com is a business that provides small stores and businesses with cash machines and credit card processing services.

Its "No Merchant Victim" program now offers a voucher that can be used to buy a gun such as an AK-47 from a local gun dealer, or upgraded security camera equipment, when clients have had its services for three months.

"We encourage all merchants to stand their ground against attack with lethal force," company president Gino Kauzlarich told AFP...... "Hence our recommendation they buy a firearm such as a AK-47... (But) what the merchant chooses to do with the voucher payment cash is the merchants choice." ...... He charged that US federal government plans to increase early releases from prison, particularly in California, will likely fuel violent crime such as assaults on merchants.

http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id=CNG.5cc676d2b02da276cd06b20df22fe7f 6.961&show_article=1


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