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2012-12-19 02:52:06 PM  

Bullseyed: I also fail to see why killing kindergartners is so heinous but murdering babies is just fine.



Haha, that's awesome.
 
2012-12-19 02:56:22 PM  
Clearly the woman is a fine American - at least by NRA standards.
 
2012-12-19 02:57:51 PM  

Bilgewater: Clearly the woman is a fine American - at least by NRA standards.


0/10
 
2012-12-19 03:03:35 PM  

Begoggle: I thought an armed society was a polite society?
This doesn't seem very polite.


Would you tease this kid if you knew her mom was crazy enough to point a gun at you?

Me neither. See, we're getting politer by the minute!
 
2012-12-19 03:04:27 PM  

bowtiesheep: Abe Vigoda's Ghost: bowtiesheep: bigbadideasinaction:
 
For decades, the NRA fought to make sure anyone, anywhere could get an untraceable gun.
 
Now they argue that you can't ban guns because anyone, anywhere could have an untraceable gun.
 
They've encouraged more fear and death in America than Al-Qaeda.
 
 
Pour vous
 
Linking to a Progressive website to support a Liberal accusation? 
Shocking!

What a constructive comment. May I sit and bask in your magnificence or would you like to spin the wheel and play again?

/It's all just food for thought. Appetizers. No one's interested in your gourmet sh*t sandwich, buddy



I'm not your buddy, pal
 
2012-12-19 03:05:07 PM  
Crotchrocket Slim: WE GET IT YOU'RE A GIMMICK ACCOUNT


Is that the royal "we", the forum "we", or the more than one dude rattling around inside your skull "we"?
 
2012-12-19 03:12:17 PM  

Girion47: inner ted: amquelbettamin: inner ted: Girion47: inner ted: Girion47: inner ted: GAT_00: Carn: I had a convo with a pro-gun co-worker yesterday who I respect a lot. He tends to be very libertarian so I knew where he'd stand. The long and short of it is, he basically thinks that someone going on a stabbing spree with a knife is just as bad and has the same outcome as mass shootings. I submit that this is not a rational conclusion.

I don't understand people like that.  There are not mass knifings, and the ability to commit mass murder isn't even remotely the same.  It's like saying a single apple and an apple tree are the same thing.

surely this late in the thread, someone will have pointed out that little episode in china that happened on the same day

but, you know, it's in china

which isn't the u.s. or israel

so it doesn't count

right?

/do agree that high capacity semi auto rifles being widely available to the public doesn't help

High Capacity = well, if a hunting rifle is limited to what... 5-7 - then i think we can reasonably assume that 30 is high capacity
Semi-auto=majority of firearms - but the majority of firearms are not semi auto rifles with magazines capable of carrying 10+ rounds - do you see the difference between the entirety of what i said vs. you just parting out bits to take it out of context?
Rifle=hard to conceal if commission of crime is your goal.no it's not

or
perhaps pics are more your thing than words
[assets.bizjournals.com image 280x210]

I'm sorry a picture of a hunting rifle with plastic bits on it scare you.

i'm sorry you can't understand words, but i'll try again: the only bit that gives me pause is the high capacity magazine. and that it appears to be fitted with a suppressor.

unless you are saying the hunting rifle pictured can hold 20 - 30 rounds at a time

Of course the 30-06 semi can be used with a high-cap mag. Lots of choices for that

then it would be the same as the "scary rifle with plastic bits" & worthy of being h ...


jeebus
if you aren't even going to read the words i write, why would i go the next step and not only read your weak argument, but take the time to watch a video?

it's no wonder we as a nation don't get very far - if you can't understand words NOR pics - but i must endeavor to make it clearer:

furthermore: you are either trolling or not being genuine as you continue to avoid my questions and instead respond with childish remarks - but so we are all clear:

i believe that having high capacity magazines (10+rounds or more) in semi auto rifles available to the masses makes it far easier to cause massive destruction

is that clear enough for you?
 
2012-12-19 03:14:53 PM  

MythDragon: amquelbettamin: Think fast, which is more deadly?

Well, just from a brief glance at the magazine on that 'assualt style' weapon, I can tell it fires .22lr, which is *about* one of the least powerful and most common rounds on the market. A closer look at the ejection port confirms it.

The 2nd one is a little harder, but I am gonna guess it is chambered in 7.62x51 (or .308), which can bring down a goddamn water buffalo and punch clean through 1/4 inch steel plate. So I'd the the 2nd one, while less scary, is more deadly.

But then I've educated myself on firearms, so that I can know what I am talking about when the subject comes up.


if you are as educated about firearms as you would like us to believe, than you would acknowledge that even with a small caliber, enough of them can do plenty of damage to people.

nobody is hunting 1/4" steel plate.
 
2012-12-19 03:20:03 PM  

Bullseyed: SSRI meds cause people to do violent things. That is a fact.

 
 
Some people taking SSRI meds may already (not in all cases) have a tendency toward suicidal behavior. 
It varies from case to case. SSRIs are prescribed for many different symptoms, from mild anxiety, to clinical depression.
In other words, not all people taking SSRIs should be classified as violent, or potentially violent. Some younger users of SSRIs have had adverse reactions, so they should be monitored for abnormal behavior.
 
2012-12-19 03:26:13 PM  

Girion47: Here, just to help us all be educated, watch this video.

Link


That's a very good video. I wish everyone would watch it so we could all be using the same terms and everyone would maybe understand what the firearms being talked about actually are.
 
2012-12-19 03:40:26 PM  

Rapmaster2000: This wouldn't have happened with a bolt-action handgun.


They actually make those. It's more of a novelty as they only hold one round and they fire .17 round IIRC.
 
2012-12-19 03:42:55 PM  

inner ted: MythDragon: amquelbettamin: Think fast, which is more deadly?

Well, just from a brief glance at the magazine on that 'assualt style' weapon, I can tell it fires .22lr, which is *about* one of the least powerful and most common rounds on the market. A closer look at the ejection port confirms it.

The 2nd one is a little harder, but I am gonna guess it is chambered in 7.62x51 (or .308), which can bring down a goddamn water buffalo and punch clean through 1/4 inch steel plate. So I'd the the 2nd one, while less scary, is more deadly.

But then I've educated myself on firearms, so that I can know what I am talking about when the subject comes up.

if you are as educated about firearms as you would like us to believe, than you would acknowledge that even with a small caliber, enough of them can do plenty of damage to people.


Well....yes. That is the very purpose for which they are designed. These things don't fire flower petals here. Doesn't mean that you can't use them for not people-killing activities like target and sport shooting, or just collecting. Hell, unlike knives (which are tools that can be used as a weapon) a sword has only one function. To kill people. Of course you can still purchase one if you happen to like collecting swords or slicing watermelons in the coolest way possible.

nobody is hunting 1/4" steel plate.

No, it's usualy what's behind the plate that they are hunting.
When we went into Iraq we had no armor at all for our vehicles. We managed to find a couple of pieces of proper door armor (not that it would do much good when the enemy could shoot through the front glass or rear canvas). For the rest of our vehicles we spent a good amount of time and effort welding 1/8" plate steel where ever we could get it to stick. So we convoy up through Iraq. Not long after I got there, I ran into a couple of Rangers who ask "wanna see something cool?" And when a Army Ranger wants to show you something he thinks is cool, you damn well go see. (But you wear body armor and hide behind a tree until you figure out what the hell is gonna show you). Turns out they 'aquired' some AKMs (A newer AK-47 for you non gun types) and got curious about how well the 1/8" junk-armor would work. He points to some dents in the side of his HMMWV and says "That's were we shot it with an M-4". Then he points to a bunch of holes and says "And that's where we shot it with an AK" I look at the truck and say "Um....there are holes on the other side too." "Yep." He says " Punched clean through both sides. Cool, huh?"
 
2012-12-19 03:50:19 PM  

Fail in Human Form: Generation_D: The NRA needs to be closed down.  They've contributed to a culture of armed violence and blocked reasonable attempts to require registration and require gun safety and training.
 
Most of my gun owning friends agree.  None are NRA members, couldn't handle the derp.
 
I think responsible and well trained gun ownership is possible, but the NRA has made sure that instead we have an effing shooting gallery made up of untrained armed asswits.  It needs to stop. 
 
Shut the effing NRA down, then have a reasonable discussion on what can and cannot be done to fix the mess the NRA significantly helped to create.

Without the NRA the 2nd amendment would have been hollowed out a long time ago. Your friends sound like FUDDs.


God forbid anyone take away your right to carry a killing machine.
dreamcatchersforabusedchildren.com
 
2012-12-19 03:54:11 PM  

Abe Vigoda's Ghost: bowtiesheep: Abe Vigoda's Ghost: bowtiesheep: bigbadideasinaction:
 
For decades, the NRA fought to make sure anyone, anywhere could get an untraceable gun.
 
Now they argue that you can't ban guns because anyone, anywhere could have an untraceable gun.
 
They've encouraged more fear and death in America than Al-Qaeda.
 
 
Pour vous
 
Linking to a Progressive website to support a Liberal accusation? 
Shocking!

What a constructive comment. May I sit and bask in your magnificence or would you like to spin the wheel and play again?

/It's all just food for thought. Appetizers. No one's interested in your gourmet sh*t sandwich, buddy


I'm not your buddy, pal


I ain't your pal, guy
 
2012-12-19 03:54:46 PM  

kg2095: Fail in Human Form: Generation_D: The NRA needs to be closed down.  They've contributed to a culture of armed violence and blocked reasonable attempts to require registration and require gun safety and training.
 
Most of my gun owning friends agree.  None are NRA members, couldn't handle the derp.
 
I think responsible and well trained gun ownership is possible, but the NRA has made sure that instead we have an effing shooting gallery made up of untrained armed asswits.  It needs to stop. 
 
Shut the effing NRA down, then have a reasonable discussion on what can and cannot be done to fix the mess the NRA significantly helped to create.

 
Without the NRA the 2nd amendment would have been hollowed out a long time ago. Your friends sound like FUDDs.
 
God forbid anyone take away your right to carry a killing machine.
[dreamcatchersforabusedchildren.com image 612x612]

 
 
The killing machine was the person holding the weapon.
 
I understand people wanting to place the blame on an inanimate object. For most of us, it's hard to grasp the idea that a human can be capable of killing children. But at the end of the day, it was a very sick and twisted person that killed all those children. 
 
2012-12-19 03:56:55 PM  

letrole: Crotchrocket Slim: WE GET IT YOU'RE A GIMMICK ACCOUNT


Is that the royal "we", the forum "we", or the more than one dude rattling around inside your skull "we"?


Only kings, presidents, editors, and people with tapeworms have the right to use the editorial "we."~ Mark Twain
 
2012-12-19 03:57:13 PM  

kg2095: Fail in Human Form: Generation_D: The NRA needs to be closed down.  They've contributed to a culture of armed violence and blocked reasonable attempts to require registration and require gun safety and training.
 
Most of my gun owning friends agree.  None are NRA members, couldn't handle the derp.
 
I think responsible and well trained gun ownership is possible, but the NRA has made sure that instead we have an effing shooting gallery made up of untrained armed asswits.  It needs to stop. 
 
Shut the effing NRA down, then have a reasonable discussion on what can and cannot be done to fix the mess the NRA significantly helped to create.

Without the NRA the 2nd amendment would have been hollowed out a long time ago. Your friends sound like FUDDs.

God forbid anyone take away your right to carry a killing machine.
[dreamcatchersforabusedchildren.com image 612x612]


Your shiatty MSPaint collage doesn't help the argument one way or the other.
 
2012-12-19 04:01:02 PM  

MythDragon: inner ted: MythDragon: amquelbettamin: Think fast, which is more deadly?

Well, just from a brief glance at the magazine on that 'assualt style' weapon, I can tell it fires .22lr, which is *about* one of the least powerful and most common rounds on the market. A closer look at the ejection port confirms it.

The 2nd one is a little harder, but I am gonna guess it is chambered in 7.62x51 (or .308), which can bring down a goddamn water buffalo and punch clean through 1/4 inch steel plate. So I'd the the 2nd one, while less scary, is more deadly.

But then I've educated myself on firearms, so that I can know what I am talking about when the subject comes up.

if you are as educated about firearms as you would like us to believe, than you would acknowledge that even with a small caliber, enough of them can do plenty of damage to people.

Well....yes. That is the very purpose for which they are designed. These things don't fire flower petals here. Doesn't mean that you can't use them for not people-killing activities like target and sport shooting, or just collecting. Hell, unlike knives (which are tools that can be used as a weapon) a sword has only one function. To kill people. Of course you can still purchase one if you happen to like collecting swords or slicing watermelons in the coolest way possible.

nobody is hunting 1/4" steel plate.

No, it's usualy what's behind the plate that they are hunting.
When we went into Iraq we had no armor at all for our vehicles. We managed to find a couple of pieces of proper door armor (not that it would do much good when the enemy could shoot through the front glass or rear canvas). For the rest of our vehicles we spent a good amount of time and effort welding 1/8" plate steel where ever we could get it to stick. So we convoy up through Iraq. Not long after I got there, I ran into a couple of Rangers who ask "wanna see something cool?" And when a Army Ranger wants to show you something he thinks is cool, you damn well go see. (B ...


as awesome as your story sounds, sorry, i didn't read it all

why?

cause you are making my case - certain aspects of firearms are only for war fighting / hunting people & don't have a reason among the general public.
 
2012-12-19 04:05:24 PM  
Well so much for the AR - 15. It's like farking locusts descended on the gun stores. Every round of .223, every magazine, every rifle.... gone. Talked with the owner and he said he's not sure when he's new orders will be filled but he guarantees the price will be higher.

/We got to BSing and he said he was selling skids of .223 the same day they arrived
//Farking *facepalm*
 
2012-12-19 04:21:40 PM  

inner ted: MythDragon: inner ted: MythDragon: amquelbettamin: Think fast, which is more deadly?

Well, just from a brief glance at the magazine on that 'assualt style' weapon, I can tell it fires .22lr, which is *about* one of the least powerful and most common rounds on the market. A closer look at the ejection port confirms it.

The 2nd one is a little harder, but I am gonna guess it is chambered in 7.62x51 (or .308), which can bring down a goddamn water buffalo and punch clean through 1/4 inch steel plate. So I'd the the 2nd one, while less scary, is more deadly.

But then I've educated myself on firearms, so that I can know what I am talking about when the subject comes up.

if you are as educated about firearms as you would like us to believe, than you would acknowledge that even with a small caliber, enough of them can do plenty of damage to people.

Well....yes. That is the very purpose for which they are designed. These things don't fire flower petals here. Doesn't mean that you can't use them for not people-killing activities like target and sport shooting, or just collecting. Hell, unlike knives (which are tools that can be used as a weapon) a sword has only one function. To kill people. Of course you can still purchase one if you happen to like collecting swords or slicing watermelons in the coolest way possible.

nobody is hunting 1/4" steel plate.

No, it's usualy what's behind the plate that they are hunting.
When we went into Iraq we had no armor at all for our vehicles. We managed to find a couple of pieces of proper door armor (not that it would do much good when the enemy could shoot through the front glass or rear canvas). For the rest of our vehicles we spent a good amount of time and effort welding 1/8" plate steel where ever we could get it to stick. So we convoy up through Iraq. Not long after I got there, I ran into a couple of Rangers who ask "wanna see something cool?" And when a Army Ranger wants to show you something he thinks is cool, you damn wel ...


And the gun's he was describing? Yeah not legal here in the U.S.
 
2012-12-19 04:32:35 PM  

inner ted: cause you are making my case - certain aspects of firearms are only for war fighting / hunting people & don't have a reason among the general public.


And guess what...we don't have them. It takes some SERIOUS paperwork/background check/expenses to own a M-16 or an AK-74.
Now a single fire only weapon that LOOKS like a M-16 or AK varient is NOT the same thing as what it looks like. You can slap a Ferrari body kit on a Corolla, and while it now looks dangerous, it doesn't go any faster.
 
2012-12-19 04:36:52 PM  

MythDragon:  You can slap a Ferrari body kit on a Corolla, and while it now looks dangerous, it doesn't go any faster.

 
 
How about if you add a fart can?
 
2012-12-19 04:41:56 PM  

MythDragon: inner ted: cause you are making my case - certain aspects of firearms are only for war fighting / hunting people & don't have a reason among the general public.

And guess what...we don't have them. It takes some SERIOUS paperwork/background check/expenses to own a M-16 or an AK-74.
Now a single fire only weapon that LOOKS like a M-16 or AK varient is NOT the same thing as what it looks like. You can slap a Ferrari body kit on a Corolla, and while it now looks dangerous, it doesn't go any faster.


i realize this
but the point remains the same: certain aspects of firearms are reserved only for military / cops

currently it is limited as you point out

i suggest including high capacity mags to this

or, in car terms: you can take a corolla and add nitrous & indeed it goes faster
 
2012-12-19 04:45:13 PM  

Carn: This text is now purple: Carn: This text is now purple: Carn: Me either. Well, there are mass knifings, but as has been mentioned a lot, the outcome such as at the one in China last Friday, is much different. 22 Wounded vs 27 dead.

China had three separate school incidents in 2010 alone of knife attacks resulting in multiple fatalities.

How many, exactly?

Three.

Cute. How many deaths? How about this, you pick your four best school stabbings in the last 13 years and we'll compare that with the four US school shootings with the most victims and compare shall we?

VA Tech 2007 - 32 dead, 17 injured
Newtown 2012 - 27 dead (and his mother)
Columbine 1999 - 13 dead, 21 injured
Red Lake 2004 - 7 dead, 5 injured (also killed 2 others before the school)

Total: 79 dead, 43 injured. An average of 20 dead and 10 injured per incident over four shootings.


19 dead, 43 wounded, from March-May 2010 in China.

But if I'm going for straight body count, I'm using either explosives or the Russian army. Although the Pakistani army can rack up a body count, too.

Bombings: 87 dead, 241 wounded (last decade, schools only)
Russian army: 386 killed, 700+ wounded
 
2012-12-19 05:14:09 PM  

Abe Vigoda's Ghost: I understand people wanting to place the blame on an inanimate object. For most of us, it's hard to grasp the idea that a human can be capable of killing children. But at the end of the day, it was a very sick and twisted person that killed all those children.


If the only thing available to him was, say, a spoon, do you think he would have been able to kill as many people?
 
2012-12-19 05:28:12 PM  

WhippingBoy: Abe Vigoda's Ghost: I understand people wanting to place the blame on an inanimate object. For most of us, it's hard to grasp the idea that a human can be capable of killing children. But at the end of the day, it was a very sick and twisted person that killed all those children.

If the only thing available to him was, say, a spoon, do you think he would have been able to kill as many people?


we should ban spoons

then everyone will be safe
 
2012-12-19 05:38:16 PM  

inner ted: MythDragon: inner ted: cause you are making my case - certain aspects of firearms are only for war fighting / hunting people & don't have a reason among the general public.

And guess what...we don't have them. It takes some SERIOUS paperwork/background check/expenses to own a M-16 or an AK-74.
Now a single fire only weapon that LOOKS like a M-16 or AK varient is NOT the same thing as what it looks like. You can slap a Ferrari body kit on a Corolla, and while it now looks dangerous, it doesn't go any faster.

i realize this
but the point remains the same: certain aspects of firearms are reserved only for military / cops

currently it is limited as you point out

i suggest including high capacity mags to this

or, in car terms: you can take a corolla and add nitrous & indeed it goes faster


False analogy. The correct analogy is that you can put a bigger gas tank on a Corolla so it can drive farther.

And expanded mag doesn't make a gun more powerful. If I had a 2000 bullet mag for a 0.22, it won't shoot through steel plates.
 
2012-12-19 05:39:49 PM  

I drunk what: WhippingBoy: Abe Vigoda's Ghost: I understand people wanting to place the blame on an inanimate object. For most of us, it's hard to grasp the idea that a human can be capable of killing children. But at the end of the day, it was a very sick and twisted person that killed all those children.

If the only thing available to him was, say, a spoon, do you think he would have been able to kill as many people?

we should ban spoons

then everyone will be safe


Available to him is not the same as is legal to own. Guns are available whether they are legal or not.
 
2012-12-19 06:02:59 PM  
 
2012-12-19 06:04:19 PM  

Bullseyed: inner ted: MythDragon: inner ted: cause you are making my case - certain aspects of firearms are only for war fighting / hunting people & don't have a reason among the general public.

And guess what...we don't have them. It takes some SERIOUS paperwork/background check/expenses to own a M-16 or an AK-74.
Now a single fire only weapon that LOOKS like a M-16 or AK varient is NOT the same thing as what it looks like. You can slap a Ferrari body kit on a Corolla, and while it now looks dangerous, it doesn't go any faster.

i realize this
but the point remains the same: certain aspects of firearms are reserved only for military / cops

currently it is limited as you point out

i suggest including high capacity mags to this

or, in car terms: you can take a corolla and add nitrous & indeed it goes faster

False analogy. The correct analogy is that you can put a bigger gas tank on a Corolla so it can drive farther.

And expanded mag doesn't make a gun more powerful. If I had a 2000 bullet mag for a 0.22, it won't shoot through steel plates.


i think my analogy is just fine - but if it really hangs you up - fine.. a big gas tank

as to expanded mag =/= more powerful.... no shiat

what you & many others are refusing to acknowledge is that having increased mag capacity increases one's ability to easily wreak havoc.

if you can respond to JUST THIS, i'll be very interested in your take

if all you have is "o you are scared of mean looking guns" then my interest falls considerably
 
2012-12-19 07:35:16 PM  
Mass murder can be done with rocks and a little effort.
So then we must outlaw rocks.

"I was arrested for conspiracy to commit murder because I had a rock in my hand."
Yep, that would about do it.
 
2012-12-19 09:17:23 PM  

Abe Vigoda's Ghost: kg2095: Fail in Human Form: Generation_D: The NRA needs to be closed down.  They've contributed to a culture of armed violence and blocked reasonable attempts to require registration and require gun safety and training.

Most of my gun owning friends agree.  None are NRA members, couldn't handle the derp.

I think responsible and well trained gun ownership is possible, but the NRA has made sure that instead we have an effing shooting gallery made up of untrained armed asswits.  It needs to stop.

Shut the effing NRA down, then have a reasonable discussion on what can and cannot be done to fix the mess the NRA significantly helped to create.

Without the NRA the 2nd amendment would have been hollowed out a long time ago. Your friends sound like FUDDs.

God forbid anyone take away your right to carry a killing machine.
[dreamcatchersforabusedchildren.com image 612x612]


The killing machine was the person holding the weapon.

I understand people wanting to place the blame on an inanimate object. For most of us, it's hard to grasp the idea that a human can be capable of killing children. But at the end of the day, it was a very sick and twisted person that killed all those children.


Yes it was a very sick twisted person. But the gun enabled him to kill more people than he otherwise would have,

A gun is a machine, and its purpose is to kill - it is a killing machine.
 
2012-12-19 09:18:04 PM  

Girion47: kg2095: Fail in Human Form: Generation_D: The NRA needs to be closed down.  They've contributed to a culture of armed violence and blocked reasonable attempts to require registration and require gun safety and training.

Most of my gun owning friends agree.  None are NRA members, couldn't handle the derp.

I think responsible and well trained gun ownership is possible, but the NRA has made sure that instead we have an effing shooting gallery made up of untrained armed asswits.  It needs to stop.

Shut the effing NRA down, then have a reasonable discussion on what can and cannot be done to fix the mess the NRA significantly helped to create.

Without the NRA the 2nd amendment would have been hollowed out a long time ago. Your friends sound like FUDDs.

God forbid anyone take away your right to carry a killing machine.
[dreamcatchersforabusedchildren.com image 612x612]

Your shiatty MSPaint collage doesn't help the argument one way or the other.


Neither does your ill mannered comment.
 
2012-12-19 09:55:32 PM  

hinten: Watch all the gun nuts hone in on "semi-automatic" vs actually engaging in a constructive discussion and solution. And, yes, this situation does require a solution.


And the solution is arrest, trial and incarceration!
 
2012-12-19 10:34:55 PM  

kg2095: A gun is a machine, and its purpose is to kill - it is a killing machine.


So a machine gun is a machine of a machine that's purposed to kill?

/Confused
 
2012-12-19 11:06:09 PM  
Ban bullying.

Stop instigating these crackpots.
 
2012-12-19 11:34:47 PM  

Abe Vigoda's Ghost: kg2095: Fail in Human Form: Generation_D: The NRA needs to be closed down.  They've contributed to a culture of armed violence and blocked reasonable attempts to require registration and require gun safety and training.

Most of my gun owning friends agree.  None are NRA members, couldn't handle the derp.

I think responsible and well trained gun ownership is possible, but the NRA has made sure that instead we have an effing shooting gallery made up of untrained armed asswits.  It needs to stop.

Shut the effing NRA down, then have a reasonable discussion on what can and cannot be done to fix the mess the NRA significantly helped to create.

Without the NRA the 2nd amendment would have been hollowed out a long time ago. Your friends sound like FUDDs.

God forbid anyone take away your right to carry a killing machine.
[dreamcatchersforabusedchildren.com image 612x612]


The killing machine was the person holding the weapon.

I understand people wanting to place the blame on an inanimate object. For most of us, it's hard to grasp the idea that a human can be capable of killing children. But at the end of the day, it was a very sick and twisted person that killed all those children.


fark that. Sick implies you will get better.
 
2012-12-20 03:19:33 AM  
Why do these articles and the news always say SEMI-AUTOMATIC handguns? Just about all these guns now a days are semi-automatic.

An adjective for a handgun should only be used if someone was attacked with a black powder handgun. That would be adjective worthy.
 
2012-12-20 08:18:35 AM  

StoPPeRmobile: Ban bullying.


inadequate, ban anything that might cause our precious snowflakes to get their feelings hurt

ban reality

and since most of these parents are proving they are unfit to be guardians to anyone, ban reproduction
 
2012-12-20 09:47:02 AM  

inner ted: i think my analogy is just fine - but if it really hangs you up - fine.. a big gas tank

as to expanded mag =/= more powerful.... no shiat

what you & many others are refusing to acknowledge is that having increased mag capacity increases one's ability to easily wreak havoc.

if you can respond to JUST THIS, i'll be very interested in your take

if all you have is "o you are scared of mean looking guns" then my interest falls considerably


Yeah, it is marginally easier to have 35 bullets instead of 20. It takes what, 5 seconds tops to change a mag? So it would stop maybe 1 shot over the course of a rampage.

Unless you think the kindergartners were going to use that 5 second window to attack the shooter, it wouldn't have made any difference.
 
2012-12-20 10:15:27 AM  

Bullseyed: inner ted: i think my analogy is just fine - but if it really hangs you up - fine.. a big gas tank

as to expanded mag =/= more powerful.... no shiat

what you & many others are refusing to acknowledge is that having increased mag capacity increases one's ability to easily wreak havoc.

if you can respond to JUST THIS, i'll be very interested in your take

if all you have is "o you are scared of mean looking guns" then my interest falls considerably

Yeah, it is marginally easier to have 35 bullets instead of 20. It takes what, 5 seconds tops to change a mag? So it would stop maybe 1 shot over the course of a rampage.

Unless you think the kindergartners were going to use that 5 second window to attack the shooter, it wouldn't have made any difference.


ahhh - so you agree, we should limit mag capacity at no more than 10 - maybe even 5?

good to hear
 
2012-12-20 12:09:52 PM  

baronvonzipper: "Brandishing" is a crime no matter if it's a gun, knife, sword, or any other weapon.


Penis?
 
2012-12-20 01:30:55 PM  

Incog_Neeto: baronvonzipper: "Brandishing" is a crime no matter if it's a gun, knife, sword, or any other weapon.

Penis?


This is my weapon, this is my gun. One is for shooting, one is for fun.
 
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