I guess they didn’t get the memo about ‘Thou shalt not kill’.

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Trijicon Will Remove Secret Biblical Codes From Gun Sights Sold To US Military. 

A Michigan defense contractor will voluntarily stop stamping references to Bible verses on combat rifle sights made for the U.S. military, a major buyer of the company’s gear.

In a statement released Thursday, Trijicon of Wixom, Mich., says it is also providing to the armed forces free of charge modification kits to remove the Scripture citations from the telescoping sights already in use. Through multimillion dollar contracts, the Marine Corps and Army have bought more than 300,000 Trijicon sights.

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2 Responses to “I guess they didn’t get the memo about ‘Thou shalt not kill’.”

  1. Al Says:

    Thats so tasteless that its almost brilliant.

  2. captainjako Says:

    American irony?

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