Meet Redneck Revolt, the radical leftist group arming working-class people so they can defend minorities

It is 9am on a Sunday, and a group of radical leftists are gathered at a shooting range in rural Long Island having target practice.

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  • ontario john

    Isn’t that kind of early to come out of their parent’s basements.

    • Ed

      The pudgy one with the beard. He needs a lot of work. Simple things, like drinking bottled water. (Corporate water), give him away, like the German spy in WW2 who didn’t know who won the World Series in 44…

      • Blacksmith

        Aww, he’s got a che badge on his jacket.

  • Brett_McS

    The handgun is the weapon of choice of “minorities”.

  • Hard Little Machine

    This is hilarious. Suffolk county, eastern Long Island, N.Y. has no rednecks and no communists. They have tons of MS-13 gang bangers since Suffolk is ground zero for heroin in America. Conservative? The county as is blue as New York City.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Also, getting ammo for that Mosin-Nagant, in the US isn’t very hard but it’s uncommon enough for sport shooters to be expensive.

    • canminuteman

      It used to be dirt cheap. That’s one of the reasons the piece of junk rifles were so popular. They were about the cheapest big bore rifles and ammo you could find.

      • UCSPanther

        7.62x54R is a bit rare because of the Russian sanctions these days, and Mosin Nagants are more expensive for the same reason.

        The price may adjust when ammo becomes rare and people start dumping Mosins because they are no longer cheap to feed.

        The same happened with the Steyr M1895 when surplus ammo left over from the Austro-Hungarian empire dried up. The rifles are dirt cheap, but 8x56R is pretty much a handloading only shell these days.

        • canminuteman

          I had an M44 Mosin Nagant carbine that I bought about 30 years ago. It cost me 40 bucks. The gun store had crates of them for that price. I also had a Finnish made M27 Mosin in unissued condition that I paid 60 bucks for. They were considered to be the best of all the various Mosin Nagant rifles. I sold them along with the rest of the guns I had when C68 became law. I have since acquired enough firearms to keep my home safe and a supply of food on the table if the SHTF.

          • UCSPanther

            My brother found an M1895 Stutzen (An original production carbine, not one that was made by cutting down a full length rifle) at a gunshow a couple years back for under $300. It still has its original wood, and looks like it would make a nice little brush carbine.

            Steyrs are interesting rifles with their straight-pull bolt action and Mannlicher clip systems (Where the shells are held by a steel clip that falls out the bottom of the rifle when the last round is chambered), but factory ammo is rare, original surplus is now regarded as collector’s pieces, and the bullet diameter is just oddball enough (Slightly larger than the bullet used in 8mm mauser) to make handloading a challenge without bullet casting.

          • canminuteman

            I don’t know why the Mannlicher clip system ever fell out of fashion. As long as you’re using a bolt gun it seems to be the fastest way to load.