Kim Jong-Il Target Practice Outlawed In South Korea

South Korea will tell army training centres to stop using pictures of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il and his son as targets on rifle ranges, the defence ministry said.

Full story – HERE

Pretty funny that the Army was actually using targets like the one pictured. I like the idea, but when stuff like that leaks it obviously does nothing good for already rocky relationships.


6 responses to “Kim Jong-Il Target Practice Outlawed In South Korea”

  1. That one guy Avatar
    That one guy

    Smart move defence ministry. Smart move.

  2. armed_partisan Avatar

    How barbarous! Don’t these unenlightened members of the military industrial complex realize that murderous dictators have feelings, too? How hurtful! How abusive! Violence is certainly never the answer! When will these backwards, democratic republics with their dangerously under regulated economies stop discriminating against genocidal regimes?

  3. Antibubba Avatar

    See, the first thing I thought was “Hey! That means there must be a warehouse full of these things they can’t use now–how can I get a stack?”

    If I can order a pallet, these will be gold a gun shows.

    1. Dillankid Avatar

      This is true.

  4. lone survivor Avatar
    lone survivor

    Still waiting for the release of the WW2 m-1 Garands and 30 Carbine rifles form South Korea that Klit-ton blocked and President Evil blocked.

    1. That one guy Avatar
      That one guy

      I want some of them *drools*