Teachers Have No Chance With Handguns, AR-15 Bullets Are Faster Say Liberal Experts

Teachers Have No Chance With Handguns, AR-15 Bullets Are Faster Say Liberal Experts

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WOW! If you have ever wondered what exactly someone means when they use the term “A special kind of stupid” you have to watch the video below… If you don’t have a clear understanding what a special kind of stupid is after watching this, then… Well, you might just be a special kind of stupid. LOL

I don’t expect any of my readers to fall into that category though with exception of the trolls looking for an argument, or rather someone to sling insults and vulgar names at because they have no intelligent debate or argument to make.

The woman in this video, Stephanie Ruhle, starts out with her PowerPoint graphics giving you what she clearly thinks is an intelligent comparison of the AR-15 to a revolver and then a semi-auto handgun, explaining how each of them works in a manner that is supposed to make the audience think how stupid someone must be to think you could challenge someone with an AR-15 with a handgun.

When she is done with her PowerPoint presentation, just when you are thinking to yourself that this could get no more ridiculously stupid, she introduces some clown by the name of Malcolm Nance who is a “Navy veteran” and terrorism expert.

They then begin a discussion on how stupid it is for someone to think school teachers should be armed and even manage to bring Ivanka Trump into the mix by showing a clip of her being interviewed repeating what her father, President Trump has been saying… That if a teacher is well trained, adept at using a firearm, and WANTS to be armed then it should be an option they explore.

When Stephanie ask Malcolm what he thinks of that idea, his response is that it is the stupidest thing he has ever heard. He goes on to explain the reasons being that it is not like in the movies, the first thing you don’t expect is the loud noise of being shot at in a classroom, he says the noise is like being ice picked in the ear or something of that nature…

Well, for all the SWAT training he claims to have, he does not seem to take into the account of how adrenaline affects us in those circumstances… The fight or flight impulse takes over everything and when you are unable to flee, you fight or you die… When you find yourself in those situations, it can feel as if time stands still and the noise in the heat of the moment is the last thing on your mind when the survival instinct kicks in… You might be deaf when it’s over, but it will not be on your list of concerns at the time.

And the one HUGE factor they never mention is that in spite of all the risk one might be able to think of as to why a teacher, trained or not should not be armed, is that the situation is occurring like it or not and regardless of what is taking place, you are much better off with a gun when some kid comes rushing in your classroom intent on killing everyone that moves… I don’t know how many noticed, but everyone seemed to have the wherewithal to start filming the shooter with their cell phones… Imagine if all those lenses could fire a projectile… Even if it was slower than the one the bad guy was shooting. (Yes, there is some sarcasm in that statement. :-))

I don’t know how all you feel, though I would love to hear from you, but I would MUCH rather have a firearm in my hand when some crazed kid enters my classroom than a cell phone. Oh, and I know several Marines that have gone into teaching careers, so there plenty of qualified teachers out there that could be responsibly armed.

I suppose there will always be those that would rather die waiting for a police officer with the cojones to challenge the crazed kid shooting everyone… I’m not one… Are you?

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5 Comments

  1. Mark

    Automatic pistols have different speeds for different bullets, and there are bullets that can do more damage. A lot of the police officers prefer the .40 caliber pistol. I was in the service and carried a .45 caliber pistol. You are just putting up statistics for just two weapons, it is not sure what weapons are going to show up. They are talking about a qualified, trained teachers. They are not supposed to go after the shooter but to stay in the room, sit behind a desk and shoot if he comes in.

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  2. Donald Peterson

    177 BB (4.5mm) — 8 gr metal sphere, 280 fps, 1 ftlbs. Daisy Red Ryder
    typical plainsman bow and arrow — 500 gr chipped stone point, 150 fps, 25 ftlbs.
    31 caliber Colt 1849 Pocket revolver — .321″ dia. (8.2mm) 80 gr conical bullet at 700 fps, 87 ftlbs or 50 gr round ball at 850 fps, 80 ftlbs.
    36 caliber Colt 1861 Navy revolver — .375″ dia. (9.5mm) 124 gr conical bullet at 800 fps, 176 ftlbs or 80 gr round ball at 950 fps, 160 ftlbs.
    44 caliber Colt 1860 Army revolver — .454″ dia. (11.5mm) 220 gr conical bullet at 700 fps, 239 ftlbs or 140 gr round ball at 850 fps, 225 ftlbs.
    44 caliber Colt 1847 Walker revolver — .454″ dia. (11.5mm) 250 gr conical bullet at 900 fps, 449 ftlbs or 140 gr round ball at 1150 fps, 411 ftlbs.

    HANDGUN CARTRIDGES: ballistics are for the ammo I happen to have, velocity changes with different bullet weights, powder loads, and barrel length

    22 Long Rifle (5.68x16R) rimfire — 40 gr FMJ, 930 fps, 77 ftlbs. Winchester Super-X, 2.5 inch barrel (1100fps 107ftlbs 4.75″)
    22 Long Rifle (5.68x18R) rimfire — 32 gr JHP, 1010 fps, 73 ftlbs. CCI Stinger, 2.5 inch barrel (1200fps 102ftlbs 4.75″) (1500fps 160ftlbs 22″ barrel)
    25 ACP (6.35×15.5mm) — 35 gr Frangible, 1150 fps, 103 ftlbs. Glaser Safety Slug, 2.4 inch barrel
    25 ACP + P (6.35×15.5mm) — 50 gr TMJ, 850 fps, 80 ftlbs. Custom Cartridge
    6.5mm rimless Bergmann (6.5x22mm) — 65 gr FMJ, 780 fps, 94 ftlbs. DWM
    7.63mm Mauser (7.62x25mm) — 88 gr FMJ, 1215 fps, 289 ftlbs. Fiocchi, (85gr) DWM, 3 inch barrel
    7.62mm Tokarev (7.62x25mm) — 85 gr FMJ, 1550 fps, 453 ftlbs. Sellier & Bellot
    7.62mm Nagant (7.62×38.5R) — 97 gr FMJ, 900 fps, 175 ftlbs. Fiocchi
    32 ACP (7.65x18mm) — 73 gr FMJ, 900 fps, 131 ftlbs. Fiocchi, 3 inch barrel
    32 Extra Short (8x11R) rimfire — 60gr lead, 700 fps, 66 ftlbs. UMC
    32 S&W (8x14R) — 88 gr lead, 620 fps, 75 ftlbs. Remington, 2 inch barrel
    32 S&W Long (8x25R) — 98 gr FMJ, 705 fps, 115 ftlbs. Remington
    8mm Roth-Steyr (8.4x18mm) — 113 gr FMJ, 1090 fps, 306 ftlbs. Fiocchi
    8mm Pieper (8.4x40R) — 106 gr FMJ,1150 fps, 311 ftlbs. Remington
    380 ACP (9x17mm) — 95 gr FMJ, 1120 fps, 265 ftlbs. Fiocchi
    9mm Luger (9x19mm) — 124 gr JHP, 1120 fps, 341 ftlbs. Speer Gold Dot SOC (extra waterproof)
    9x19mm NATO (9mm Luger) — 124 gr FMJ, 1150 fps, 364 ftlbs. Federal M882
    9x19mm NATO (9mm Luger) — 124 gr FMJ, 1200 fps, 397 ftlbs. Winchester M882
    9mm Luger (9x19mm) — 147 gr JHP, 1000 fps, 326 ftlbs. Winchester Black Talon Deep Penetrator
    9mm Luger + P + (9x19mm) — 147 gr JHP, 1150 fps, 432 ftlbs. Custom Cartridge
    38 S&W (9x20R) — 146 gr lead, 686 fps, 152 ftlbs. Magtech
    38 Long Colt (9x26R) — 158 gr lead, 610 fps, 131 ftlbs. Black Hills, 3 inch barrel
    38 Special (9x29R) — 130 gr FMJ, 800 fps, 185 ftlbs. M41 is what the military used
    38 Special + P (9x29R) — 158 gr lead HP, 880 fps, 272 ftlbs. Fiocchi, old so-called FBI load
    357 Magnum (9x33R) — 158 gr JHP, 1120 fps, 440 ftlbs. Hornady XTP, 3 inch barrel
    41 Long Colt (9.8x29R) — 186 gr lead, 714 fps, 210 ftlbs. Black Hills, 3 inch barrel
    40 S&W (10x21mm) — 165 gr JHP, 1000 fps, 366 ftlbs. Federal Hydra-Shok
    38 WCF (10x34R) — 180 gr lead, 665 fps, 176 ftlbs. 3.25 inch barrel (mild load short barrel antique)
    44 Webley (11.07×17.5R) — 200 gr lead, 700 fps, 218 ftlbs. custom made
    45 ACP (11.43×23.5mm) — 230 gr FMJ, 869 fps, 386 ftlbs. M1911 ball
    45 Long Colt (11.48x35R) — 250 gr lead, 869 fps, 419 ftlbs. PMC

    RIFLE CARTRIDGES: projectile-bullet-width x powder-case-length in millimeters, R = rimmed cartridges

    5.56x45mm NATO (223 Remington) — 55 gr FMJ, 3240 fps, 1282 ftlbs. South African M193, 20 inch barrel
    5.56x45mm NATO (223 Remington) — 62 gr FMJ (steel core), 3020 fps, 1255 ftlbs. Winchester M855, 20 inch barrel
    6.5mm Swedish (6.5x55mm) — 139 gr FMJ, 2500 fps, 1928 ftlbs. Hirtenberger surplus
    6.5mm Swedish (6.5x55mm) — 144 gr FMJ, 2650 fps, 2425 ftlbs. PMC
    7mm Mauser (7x57mm) — 139 gr FMJ, 2650, 2168 ftlbs. surplus
    7.5mm Swiss (7.5x55mm) — 174 gr FMJ, 2560 fps, 2533 ftlbs. Ruag surplus
    7.62x39mm Soviet — 123 gr FMJ, 2300 fps, 1445 ftlbs. surplus
    7.62x51mm NATO (308 Winchester) — 147 gr FMJ, 2800 fps, 2560 ftlbs. surplus, M80 general purpose medium cartridge
    308 Winchester (7.62x51mm NATO) — 168 gr BTSP (soft points are used like a hollow point), 2880 fps, 3038 ftlbs. Hornady Light Magnum
    7.62x54R Russian — 150 gr FMJ (steel core), 2700 fps, 2429 ftlbs. surplus
    30-40 Krag (7.62×58.5R) — 180 gr FMJ, 2430 fps, 2360 ftlbs. Winchester
    30-06 Springfield (7.62x63mm) — 165 gr FMJ (steel core), 2800 fps, 2873 ftlbs. custom M2AP
    303 British (7.7x56R) — 174 gr FMJ, 2450 fps, 2224 ftlbs. surplus
    7.7mm Japanese Rifle (7.7x58mm) — 174 gr FMJ, 2493 fps, 2402 ftlbs. Norma and gun show loads
    8mm Mauser (7.92x57mm) — 154 gr FMJ, 2800 fps, 2582 ftlbs. surplus
    8x48R Sauer & Sohn — 196 gr FMJ, 2350 fps, 2404 ftlbs. Norma
    8x52R Siamese Mannlicher — 181 gr FMJ, 2250 fps, 2035 ftlbs. custom made
    8x56R Austrian Mannlicher — 206 gr FMJ, 2350 fps, 2527 ftlbs. surplus
    12GA (2 3/4″) — #8 game load, 400 lead pellets, 1.2 gr .090″ (2.29mm), 1290 fps, 1760 ftlbs. Federal
    12GA (2 3/4″) — 00 buckshot, 9 lead pellets, 53 gr .32″ (8.1 mm), 1325 fps, 1656 ftlbs. Wolf
    12GA (2 3/4″) — 480 gr rifled lead HP slug, 1600 fps, 2729 ftlbs. Winchester

    FMJ = Full Metal Jacket, jacketed lead, basic bullets. JHP = Jacketed Hollow Point, expanding tip opens when bullet strikes target creating larger wound cavity in an effort to incapacitate faster, at the expense of penetration. TMJ = Total Metal Jacket, lead free solid jacket. Frangible = jacketed compacted shards with minimal penetration. fps = feet per second. ftlbs = foot pounds of force. gr = grains of bullet weight. +P = powders and magnum primers.

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  3. Kenneth DEMENT

    Seriously! Fake news is evil news and supports Democrats agenda, of which is also evil, it all makes sense!

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  4. Ray barr

    God these Ppl are morons. I swear these liberal networks must spend millions on finding just that right person who will back them up & read from scripts.

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