Trevyon Martin Gun Range Targets [Pic+]

Submitted by: jamie76 5 years ago in

Now you can shoot at a menacing teen armed with skittles any time you want! More on the story in the credits link below.
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Male 3,612
wow that very "black"
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Male 340
Maybe this will teach a lesson to all the morons on both sides that made this case such a huge controversy, and a race war, instead of just letting the justice system decide the outcome, like it would have and did anyway. No laws are being broken, and one smart / douchey guy is making money off of it. Big whoop, just more media frenzy
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Male 5,413
If we wanted to make a profit, then he should`ve made a song about how he could`ve been the next President....oh wait.
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Male 14,832
I think it`s not so much about people wanting to inflict pain on the boy`s family, but the motives are flawed and uncaring.

The targets were produced by a mercenary and unethical person for pure profit.

They are bought by arseholes who want to make a political point about their right to bear arms and use them against the criminal underclasses who many of them see as being synonymous with blacks, specifically those that don`t wear suits and try to fit into the white man`s world.

For similar reasons, you can buy clay pigeons with Obama`s face on them (e.g. eBay item no 270916222418 ) I don`t think either the manufacturers, buyers or shooters actually mean it as a violent threat.
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Male 15,832
You should try the robotic version. First, it cold kokks you and breaks your nose, then it jumps on top of you and starts pounding your head into the concrete. The trick is to get your gun out shoot it before it kills you.

It`s good wholesome fun for the whole family!
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Male 1,810
vv this...
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Male 3,445
Jesus Christ, let the kid rest in peace.
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Male 1,448
I think I`ve seen those before it even happened.
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Male 154
enough.......he was in season.
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Male 38,477

jamie76, [quote]@ 5Cats ... funny how your logic works both ways." [/quote]
Not true! His logic only one way - In his favor.
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Male 2,345

5Cats
Male, 40-49, Canada
9879 Posts Saturday, May 12, 2012 11:18:40 AM
the seller said he wanted to profit from the controversy...not that different from looting the dead I would say.

See? Now @jamie76 has said something I don`t agree with!
Freedom!

Of cousre all those "I am Trayvon" Hoodies were NEVER sold for profit, eh?


you assume too much my dear 5cats bot. simply because I stuck with the issue at hand and did not address other such examples does not make me a supporter of them.

profiting off this in anyway shape or form is nothing more than looting the dead.

and I do agree, in a free country everyone has the right to do something like this and I would not pass a law to stop them.

but also have the freedom to express how ugly and distasteful this and put the word out to others.

funny how your logic works both ways.
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Male 267
I`ll take 10
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Male 286
now that`s what you call class!
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Male 1,558
Put the hood in hoodie!
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Male 261
Hell look at the failed thugs mother. She put patents out on phrases using his name.
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Male 38,477
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Male 38,477

Since Florida started the "Stand Your Ground" laws violent crimes are down 15%.

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Male 3,475
Thats just a little wrong. He doesn`t have a tuxedo on.
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Male 14,832
I wonder how much money IAB has made from ad revenue from pages associated with the case. I bet they could calculate and publish that. I bet they won`t.
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Male 37,774
[quote]the seller said he wanted to profit from the controversy...not that different from looting the dead I would say.[/quote]
See? Now @jamie76 has said something I don`t agree with!
Freedom!

Of cousre all those "I am Trayvon" Hoodies were NEVER sold for profit, eh?
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Male 37,774
Poor taste, I`d never want one.

However, it`s the price of freedom: someone might do or say something you don`t agree with!
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Male 2,345
the seller said he wanted to profit from the controversy...not that different from looting the dead I would say.

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Male 802
I guess you would want to use these targets only at point blank range though right?
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Male 802
Honestly this is no worse than all the media and activist groups using the incident to benefit themselves.
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Male 3,909
@zeebeedee - Yup, I`ve seen them before.

I love how the article says "seller admits he wants to profit off controversy!" Hahaha, at least he`s being honest unlike most who profit off sh*t like this and try to play it off like they`re doing it to "raise awareness" as they like to say!
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Male 1,754
Don`t see how it`s awesome, but it is tasteless. Must be proud.
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Male 613
If the reporters did their homework, they`d find that the `Hoodie` targets already existed, someone just added in the skittles & iced tea.
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Male 10,339
Awesome! Tasteless? Yes.
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Female 72
poo is messed up.
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Male 2,345
Link: Trevyon Martin Gun Range Targets [Pic+] [Rate Link] - Now you can shoot at a menacing teen armed with skittles any time you want! More on the story in the credits link below.
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