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Comment: Re:Why do these people always have something to hi (Score 1) 288

by Bartles (#46794535) Attached to: VA Supreme Court: Michael Mann Needn't Turn Over All His Email
I'm not going to watch your 17 minute propaganda piece. The fact remains, scientists should not be trying to hide anything, whether it's original data used in modeled projections, emails involved in a libel case, or a decline in the size of tree rings in northern latitudes which would coincide with cooler temperatures in the same zones.

Comment: Re:Why do these people always have something to hi (Score 1) 288

by Bartles (#46794499) Attached to: VA Supreme Court: Michael Mann Needn't Turn Over All His Email
Cooch isn't on a fishing expedition. Mann is suing Mark Steyn for libel. Mark Steyn needs access to the information necessary to defend himself. When you sue someone you open yourself to discovery, and while this isn't specifically the discovery phase, the information should be open for review. If the research is strong, let it stand on it's own merits.

Comment: Re:Militia, then vs now (Score 1) 1573

by Bartles (#46772543) Attached to: Retired SCOTUS Justice Wants To 'Fix' the Second Amendment
Your AR15 cannot shoot 3" groups at 2000 yards. I know what I am talking about. Where in the article you posted does it say how to shoot 3" groups at 2000 yards with an AR15? I actually am a precision firearms expert, and a competitive shooter. I want you to show me anyone in the history of the world that has ever shot a 3" group, with a .223, out of an AR15 at 2000 yards.

Comment: Re:Militia, then vs now (Score 1) 1573

by Bartles (#46771339) Attached to: Retired SCOTUS Justice Wants To 'Fix' the Second Amendment

I own two AR15 rifles, one set up for very long distance match shooting, I can get a 3" grouping at 2000 yards with my rifle.

No you can't. I am very familiar with benchrest shooting, and even they aren't capable of that. If you could even get a 30" group at more than a mile, I'd be very, very surprised.

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